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Thailand proposed a state of emergency on March 25th. This means that all entry of any person into the country will be suspended, except for returning Thai and diplomats with valid health certifications.
All land borders, airports and ports are being closed down for passenger traffic, which leads to many thousands of tourists being stuck in the Asian nation.
In addition, the government also banned public gatherings and urged vulnerable people to stay at home. Only weddings and family activities may be held under special circumstances.
The government will uphold the state of emergency until April 30. So far, the kingdom reported 827 cases of the coronavirus.
Thailand announced on Thursday, April 2, that they will impose a nationwide night curfew as of Friday, April 3 in order to mitigate the spread of the virus. The Prime Minister of Thailand declared this measure, stating that health is more important than personal freedom.
The night curfew will be active between 10 pm and 4 am and will run until further notice. This measure is to prevent the further spreading of the coronavirus in the country.
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Last validated on April 03, 2020:Thailand forbids entry to all people in an attempt to prevent the coronavirus from further spreading in the country. All entry points to the country will be closed and only diplomats and returning Thais with valid health certifications will be allowed back into Thailand.
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