Covid updates: Vaccinated Tourists from the U.S. are allowed to enter Thailand & Japan

Covid updates: Vaccinated Tourists from the U.S. are allowed to enter Thailand & Japan
Covid updates: Vaccinated Tourists from the U.S. are allowed to enter Thailand & Japan

Although Thailand has been shuttered all kinds of public places like museums, shopping malls, libraries, theaters, gyms, parks, and other public venues all over the country, they will start foreign vaccinated against COVID 19, travelers from this month.

  • These travelers are allowed to visit popular places like Phuket, Samui without quarantine, a decision taken by the Thailand tourism sector this Friday. From the first of July, tourists can come to stay in the Andaman Sea.
  • But the visitors must have been vaccinated and with national approval from the government, they must be required to take PCR tests.
  • Just three months before Tokyo Summer Olympics Japan announced the third stage of emergency of COVID19, now they broke the restrictions a full lockdown for officials on whether the bars and restaurants could be open in new rules major city li,e Tokyo and some others.  
  • Without exceptional circumstances, Japanese foreign nationals denied permission for some countries and listed some areas that have to take 14days quarantine for landing.

One international news said, “the European Union says it will let vaccinated U.S. tourists visit the region this summer, after more than a year of barring all nonessential travel.”

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