Phuket, Thailand announced on Tuesday (April 20) that from April 21 to 30, people from 17 high-risk red zones of the epidemic will have to provide two items if they are flying or entering the government by land. A certificate of vaccination against coronary disease, and a certificate of negative nucleic acid test within 72 hours.
If you are unable to provide proof, you will need to undergo a 15-minute screening at Phuket International Airport or at the immigration checkpoint. Personnel transporting goods are not covered by this regulation, but they must still submit relevant documents for proof.
Thailand notified 1443 new confirmed cases on Tuesday, and the number of confirmed cases in a single day exceeded 1,000 for seven consecutive days. According to statistics, since the third wave of the outbreak in Thailand, there have been 16,322 confirmed cases and 14 deaths. The top three provinces with the highest number of new infections were Bangkok with 350, Chiang Mai with 16, and Chonburi with 82.
And Phuket Island, which is regarded by the government as the first immigration exemption demonstration house, has accumulated 204 confirmed cases since the third wave of the epidemic broke out in early April to the 19th.