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Thailand’s reopening of the country has significant effects and plans to further open up its tourism industry

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[Thailand’s reopening of the country has a significant effect and plans to further open up the tourism industry]Thailand’s Prime Minister’s Office spokesperson Thanakon said on the 23rd that since the reopening of the country on November 1, approximately 90,000 international tourists have entered Thailand. 24 Ten thousand people have applied for a permit to enter Thailand through the online system of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, and about 190,000 of them have been approved. During this period, the number of new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in Thailand in a single day did not rebound and showed a gradual downward trend, indicating that the epidemic prevention and control work has reached the expected goal. (CCTV News Client)

The spokesperson of the Prime Minister’s Office of Thailand, Thanakorn, said on the 23rd that since the reopening of the country on November 1 and the reopening of international tourists, about 90,000 international tourists have entered Thailand, and 240,000 have applied for a pass to enter Thailand through the online system of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand. , Of which about 190,000 people have been approved. During this period, the number of new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in Thailand in a single day did not rebound and showed a gradual downward trend, indicating that the epidemic prevention and control work has reached the expected goal.

In addition, Thailand’s domestic tourism market is recovering. Statistics show that in the past month, 900,000 people have participated in the Thai government’s subsidy program to stimulate the recovery of domestic tourism, and hotel reservations, tourism consumption and other tourism-related consumption have all increased significantly.

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The spokesperson said that Thai Prime Minister Prayut is satisfied with this, and the cabinet meeting will discuss further opening up tourism, gradually increasing the tourist destinations open to tourists from the current 17 prefectures to 45 prefectures.

(Source: CCTV News Client)

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