Bangkok, 11 November, 2021 – According to the Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health, there were a total of 30,538 visitor arrivals to Thailand at all international airports during 1-10 November, 2021.
The top 10 countries were:
- USA – 3,864 arrivals
- Germany – 3,274 arrivals
- UK – 1,785 arrivals
- Japan – 1,713 arrivals
- South Korea – 1,296 arrivals
- Russia – 1,140 arrivals
- Switzerland – 1,116 arrivals
- Sweden – 1,041 arrivals
- France – 923 arrivals
- UAE – 810 arrivals
The 30,538 arrivals included 19,949 visitors under the Exemption from Quarantine (TEST & GO) entry scheme, 9,072 under the Living in the Blue Zone (17 Sandbox destinations) programme, and 1,517 under the Happy Quarantine requirement (comprising 453 arrivals with a 7-day quarantine and 1,064 arrivals with a 10-day quarantine).
These arrivals entered Thailand through the international airports in Bangkok (both Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang), Phuket, Samui, and Chiang Mai.
Meanwhile, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Thailand Pass web-based system has received a total of 147,503 applicants as of 11 November, 2021. Having already received approval were 92,920 applicants, including 35,872 auto-approved.
The Thailand Pass is to support the “Ease of Travelling” policy, allowing foreign travellers to fill in their travel and health information and upload the related documents before travelling to Thailand.
Thailand is now welcoming fully vaccinated visitors from around the world via two specially-designed entry schemes: TEST & GO Exemption from Quarantine and Living in the “Blue Zone” (17 Sandbox destinations). Partially or unvaccinated visitors are also much welcomed via the Happy Quarantine requirements.
The Exemption from Quarantine (TEST & GO) entry scheme is currently only for travellers from 63 approved countries and territories. The list of approved countries will be expanded later to cover the entire world from 1 January, 2022.
See a user-friendly checklist of points covering before, during, and after travelling to Thailand under thethree key entry schemes: Exemption from Quarantine (TEST & Go), Living in the “Blue Zone” Sandbox, and Alternative Quarantine (AQ) at https://www.tatnews.org/thailand-reopening/ or https://www.tatnews.org/entry-thailand-frequently-asked-questions/.
This statistic will be changed regularly once new information becomes available. Kindly check in on www.tatnews.org to stay current on what remains a very fluid and fast changing situation.
*Source: Ministry of Public Health and Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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