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As such, people can’t travel to any of the country’s popular holiday destinations without needing to quarantine on their return.

Phuket island, a lively region on the left flank of the Malay Peninsula, would traditionally host millions of foreigners for weddings or holidays at this time of year.

Phuket’s roughly 10 million tourists per year make up 95 percent of its local income.

Without them, the economy has struggled, according to infectious disease nurse Bang-orn Rungruang, who told The Guardian it “collapsed” under the weight of Covid border restrictions.

When can we travel to Thailand?

Despite being one of many Brits’ favoured destinations in Southeast Asia, Thailand is not currently on the Covid green list.

Only one country in the region – Singapore – sits on the 11-strong green list.

Thailand is in the most populous amber group – a limbo where travel is not illegal but also not advised.

When can we travel to Thailand?

Despite being one of many Brits’ favoured destinations in Southeast Asia, Thailand is not currently on the Covid green list.

Only one country in the region – Singapore – sits on the 11-strong green list.

Thailand is in the most populous amber group – a limbo where travel is not illegal but also not advised.

Authorities could ask people to download a tracking app or don a GPS wristband during their stay.

They have already experimented with GPS wristbands on cruise-bound tourists entering Phuket in March this year.

Visitors will also have to abide by strict mask-wearing rules outdoors and won’t be able to drink amid national restaurant sales bans.

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