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COVID-19 government response timeline for Thailand

Find out what policies Thailand has implemented to combat the pandemic.
Mar 2nd, 2020Mar 02
Level 1 of 3
H2: Testing policy - only those who both (a) have symptoms AND (b) meet specific criteria (eg key workers, admitted to hospital, came into contact with a known case, returned from overseas)Details
Thailand's Department of Disease Control announces: patients with pneumonia who were treated and have not improved, have unknown cause of illness, are in critical condition, or are fatal cases with unknown causes, they will be tested for COVID-19 infection. https://ddc.moph.go.th/viralpneumonia/eng/file/news/news_no37_020363.pdf
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Mar 3rd, 2020Mar 03
Level 1 of 2
H3: Contact tracing - limited contact tracing; not done for all casesDetails
Thailand's Department of Disease Control starts reporting information on coronavirus close contacts, but there are no details on whether a limited or comprehensive contact tracing is at place. https://ddc.moph.go.th/viralpneumonia/eng/file/situation/situation-no60-030363.pdf. See also: https://ddc.moph.go.th/viralpneumonia/eng/file/news/news_no37_020363.pdf
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Mar 5th, 2020Mar 05
Level 0 of 4
C8: International travel controls - no restrictionsDetails
Recommend self quarantine for travellers from risk countries. https://ddc.moph.go.th/viralpneumonia/eng/file/situation/situation-no62-050363.pdf
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Mar 6th, 2020Mar 06
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
self quarantine for travellers from at risk countries. https://ddc.moph.go.th/viralpneumonia/eng/file/situation/situation-no63-060363.pdf
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Mar 6th, 2020Mar 06
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
Gov's Information Center for COVID-19 Response Measures set up. Gives daily press briefing. https://thailand.prd.go.th/ewt_news.php?nid=9101&filename=index#.XmHxyeqhRnk.twitter
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Mar 7th, 2020Mar 07
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 8th, 2020Mar 08
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 9th, 2020Mar 09
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 10th, 2020Mar 10
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
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Mar 10th, 2020Mar 10
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 11th, 2020Mar 11
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 12th, 2020Mar 12
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 13th, 2020Mar 13
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 14th, 2020Mar 14
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 15th, 2020Mar 15
Level 1 of 3
C1: School closing - recommend closingDetails
Mar 15th, 2020Mar 15
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 16th, 2020Mar 16
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
Buri Ram province: All activities gathering more than 50 people in one venue banned for 30 days. https://www.bangkokpost.com/learning/easy/1880165/buri-ram-province-locked-down
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Mar 16th, 2020Mar 16
Level 3 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings between 11-100 peopleDetails
Buri Ram province: All activities gathering more than 50 people in one venue banned for 30 days. https://www.bangkokpost.com/learning/easy/1880165/buri-ram-province-locked-down
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Mar 16th, 2020Mar 16
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 17th, 2020Mar 17
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
Mar 17th, 2020Mar 17
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 18th, 2020Mar 18
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 19th, 2020Mar 19
Level 3 of 3
C1: School closing - require closing all levelsDetails
"Schools and universities across the country will be closed for two weeks from Wednesday, Prayuth said." [ https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-thailand/thailand-closes-schools-bars-puts-off-holiday-to-fight-coronavirus-idUSKBN2140VB]
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Mar 19th, 2020Mar 19
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 20th, 2020Mar 20
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 20th, 2020Mar 20
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
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Mar 21st, 2020Mar 21
Level 1 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - recommend not leaving houseDetails
"The prime minister has asked people to stay home. In this period, we would like Thai people to stay at home. https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/1883195/govt-asks-people-to-stay-home
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Mar 21st, 2020Mar 21
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Mar 22nd, 2020Mar 22
Level 2 of 4
C8: International travel controls - quarantine arrivals from some or all regionsDetails
Health certificates & insurance required for all visitors to Thailand & self-quarantine for travellers from risk countries. ***** So scale goes from 2 to 1 BUT Thailand acutally EXPANDED travel control. https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/1882315/health-certificates-required-of-all-visitors
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Mar 25th, 2020Mar 25
Level 0 of 2
C5: Close public transport - no measuresDetails
9 Thai airlines stop services during Covid-19 crisis. However as this is not really public transport I have left this as no policy. [ https://thethaiger.com/coronavirus/9-thai-airlines-stop-services-during-covid-19-crisis]
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Mar 25th, 2020Mar 25
Level 1 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - recommend not to travel between regions/citiesDetails
Mar 25th, 2020Mar 25
Level 4 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban on all regions or total border closureDetails
Mar 26th, 2020Mar 26
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
Thais began living under a state of emergency on Thursday – with social gatherings and foreign travellers banned, domestic travel restricted, and only essential services provided https://www.scmp.com/week-asia/politics/article/3076985/coronavirus-thailand-braces-life-under-state-emergency-prayuth
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Mar 26th, 2020Mar 26
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
Thais began living under a state of emergency on Thursday – with social gatherings and foreign travellers banned, domestic travel restricted, and only essential services provided https://www.scmp.com/week-asia/politics/article/3076985/coronavirus-thailand-braces-life-under-state-emergency-prayuth
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Mar 26th, 2020Mar 26
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
From 26 March governments gives one daily announcement/press briefing, which will include a situation report and recommendations for the public to follow, as Thailand enters the state of emergency. https://thailand.prd.go.th/ewt_news.php?nid=9193&filename=index#.XnwSnLseYfs.twitter
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Mar 30th, 2020Mar 30
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
Phuket: bans people and vehicles from leaving and entering the province, effective until 30 April or further notice. https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/1888860/phuket-lockdown-until-april-30
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Mar 31st, 2020Mar 31
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
Apr 1st, 2020Apr 01
Level 2 of 2
E1: Income support - government is replacing 50% or more of lost salary (or if a flat sum, it is greater than 50% median salary)Details
Cash support of THB 5,000 for 3 months starting Apr to Jun 2020 for labor, temporary workers, freelance not registered under Social Security System (SSS). Individuals under SSS will received 50% of previous salary if the employer temporary halt employment https://home.kpmg/xx/en/home/insights/2020/04/thailand-government-and-institution-measures-in-response-to-covid.html
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Apr 1st, 2020Apr 01
Level 2 of 2
E2: Debt/contract relief - broadDetails
The government approved 17 billion baht (US$520 million) in remedial measures by reducing water and electricity bills by three percent. Certain businesses such as hotels will have their period of electricity payments extended. https://www.aseanbriefing.com/news/thailand-issues-incentives-counter-covid-19-impact-phase-one/
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Apr 3rd, 2020Apr 03
Level 3 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for all-but-essential workplaces (eg grocery stores, doctors)Details
Apr 3rd, 2020Apr 03
Level 2 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - require cancellingDetails
Thailand has banned all public gatherings to stop the spread of the new coronavirus. Family gatherings at residences and civic activities carried out according to safe social distancing guidelines are allowed. https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20200403/p2g/00m/0in/102000c
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Apr 3rd, 2020Apr 03
Level 3 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings between 11-100 peopleDetails
the exact number is not clear, but assuming from this "Thailand has banned all public gatherings to stop the spread of the new coronavirus. Family gatherings at residences and civic activities carried out according to safe social distancing guidelines are allowed." it could be 10-100. https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20200403/p2g/00m/0in/102000c
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Apr 3rd, 2020Apr 03
Level 1 of 2
C5: Close public transport - recommend closing (or significantly reduce volume/route/means of transport available)Details
Apr 3rd, 2020Apr 03
Level 1 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - recommend not leaving houseDetails
"The prime minister has asked people to stay home. In this period, we would like Thai people to stay at home. The convenience stores and retail stores are prohibited from selling goods from 10 P.M – 4 A.M https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/1883195/govt-asks-people-to-stay-home
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Apr 4th, 2020Apr 04
Level 1 of 3
H2: Testing policy - only those who both (a) have symptoms AND (b) meet specific criteria (eg key workers, admitted to hospital, came into contact with a known case, returned from overseas)Details
Apr 8th, 2020Apr 08
Level 3 of 3
C1: School closing - require closing all levelsDetails
'The Thai cabinet on Tuesday (April 7) decided to re-open schools from July 1 instead of May 16, to avoid the Covid-19 outbreak.' [ https://www.thestar.com.my/news/regional/2020/04/08/thai-schools-to-only-reopen-on-july-1-no-songkran-celebrations-for-now]
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Apr 8th, 2020Apr 08
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
Public transport bus ticket sale suspended until 30 April. https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30384845
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Apr 14th, 2020Apr 14
Level 2 of 2
H3: Contact tracing - comprehensive contact tracing; done for all identified casesDetails
Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin, spokesman of the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), identifies contact-tracing as the most cost-effective and efficient means for finding infections, for Thailand cannot afford mass screening to uncover new infections due to limited resources. https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30385921
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Apr 18th, 2020Apr 18
Level 3 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for all-but-essential workplaces (eg grocery stores, doctors)Details
Selected districts are under lockdown, which is limiting people's employment opportunities. Link: https://ddc.moph.go.th/viralpneumonia/eng/file/situation/situation-no92-040463.pdf
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Apr 18th, 2020Apr 18
Level 3 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings between 11-100 peopleDetails
the exact number is not clear, but assuming from this "Thailand has banned all public gatherings to stop the spread of the new coronavirus. Family gatherings at residences and civic activities carried out according to safe social distancing guidelines are allowed." it could be 10-100. https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20200403/p2g/00m/0in/102000c
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Apr 18th, 2020Apr 18
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
Apr 18th, 2020Apr 18
Level 1 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - recommend not leaving houseDetails
"The prime minister has asked people to stay home. In this period, we would like Thai people to stay at home. The convenience stores and retail stores are prohibited from selling goods from 10 P.M – 4 A.M https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/1883195/govt-asks-people-to-stay-home
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Apr 18th, 2020Apr 18
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
The provincial governor of Yala ordered to close two additional districts, two sub-districts, 11 villages, and prohibited entry-exit. https://ddc.moph.go.th/viralpneumonia/eng/file/situation/situation-no92-040463.pdf
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Apr 18th, 2020Apr 18
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
Daily Press Briefing on COVID-19: https://web.facebook.com/watch/thailandprd/
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May 1st, 2020May 01
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
Possibly wrong and to revise: Bangkok's public transportation is up and running, however, there might be other local governments requiring public transport closure.
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May 1st, 2020May 01
Level 3 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban arrivals from some regionsDetails
Given the sources attached in the previous change of policy registered, I am pretty sure that it was a 3 all along, not a 4. The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has issued a temporary ban on all international commercial flights into the country until June 30, excluding repatriation flights. The Thais who do return on these flights are put into quarantine facilities for 14 days. https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/thailand-international-tourists-covid/
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May 1st, 2020May 01
Level 2 of 3
H2: Testing policy - testing of anyone showing Covid-19 symptomsDetails
Testing is expanded to asymptomatic people in vulnerable groups, and to some random testing of the general population. However, it is still not generally available. https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-thailand/thailand-to-expand-coronavirus-testing-as-new-cases-dwindle-idUKKBN22J0HG
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May 1st, 2020May 01
Level 2 of 2
H3: Contact tracing - comprehensive contact tracing; done for all identified casesDetails
May 3rd, 2020May 03
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
May 3rd, 2020May 03
Level 3 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings between 11-100 peopleDetails
Exact numbers are not given. Since the government has allowed businesses to reopen, but it will disperse large crowds, the number should lie between 10 and 100 people. http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/coronavirus-thailand-begins-easing-lockdown-measures
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May 5th, 2020May 05
Level 2 of 2
E1: Income support - government is replacing 50% or more of lost salary (or if a flat sum, it is greater than 50% median salary)Details
May 17th, 2020May 17
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
May 17th, 2020May 17
Level 3 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings between 11-100 peopleDetails
May 17th, 2020May 17
Level 2 of 2
C5: Close public transport - require closing (or prohibit most citizens from using it)Details
May 17th, 2020May 17
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
May 17th, 2020May 17
Level 2 of 2
H3: Contact tracing - comprehensive contact tracing; done for all identified casesDetails
Malls reopen and people have to check-in and check-out when entering this place of possible contagion. https://www.voanews.com/east-asia-pacific/thailand-malls-reopen-temperatures-taken-masks-worn
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May 18th, 2020May 18
Level 1 of 2
C5: Close public transport - recommend closing (or significantly reduce volume/route/means of transport available)Details
Update on 28 May: I still do not agree with the "2T" which was inputed previously. I think that there is no conclusive primary data in English, but from current reports it is possible to assume that in some parts of the country public transportation was recommended to close. https://thethaiger.com/coronavirus/survey-finds-bangkoks-public-transport-lacking-when-it-comes-to-safety-measures https://thethaiger.com/coronavirus/thailand-transport-company-plans-to-restart-16-routes-from-may-18-onwards
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May 18th, 2020May 18
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
It is definitely possible to travel across regions, but regional restrictions remain. https://thethaiger.com/coronavirus/thailand-transport-company-plans-to-restart-16-routes-from-may-18-onwards
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May 19th, 2020May 19
Level 3 of 3
C1: School closing - require closing all levelsDetails
Thailand will extend its state of emergency until the end of June, despite the country’s dwindling number of Covid-19 cases and a gradual easing of lockdown measures. The emergency decree grants broad powers to limit gatherings, order businesses to close, impose curfews and censor the media. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-05-26/coronavirus-update-covid19-australian-news-brazil-vaccine-may-26/12284540
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May 19th, 2020May 19
Level 2 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - require closing (or work from home) for some sectors or categories of workersDetails
Disagree with previous inputed data Thailand will extend its state of emergency until the end of June, despite the country’s dwindling number of Covid-19 cases and a gradual easing of lockdown measures. The emergency decree grants broad powers to limit gatherings, order businesses to close, impose curfews and censor the media. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-05-26/coronavirus-update-covid19-australian-news-brazil-vaccine-may-26/12284540
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May 19th, 2020May 19
Level 2 of 2
E1: Income support - government is replacing 50% or more of lost salary (or if a flat sum, it is greater than 50% median salary)Details
May 19th, 2020May 19
Level 2 of 2
H1: Public information campaigns - coordinated public information campaign (eg across traditional and social media)Details
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May 19th, 2020May 19
Level 2 of 3
H2: Testing policy - testing of anyone showing Covid-19 symptomsDetails
Seemingly no changes
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Jun 6th, 2020Jun 06
Level 1 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - recommend closing (or recommend work from home)Details
All workplaces open since June 1st (Section 9 Emergency decree) but operating under a curfew and strict prevention measures (including limited capacity). Source: http://www.mfa.go.th/main/contents/files/news3-20200609-103205-480323.pdf
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Jun 6th, 2020Jun 06
Level 1 of 2
C3: Cancel public events - recommend cancellingDetails
Opening of exhibition centres, theaters and concerts form the 1st of June, but operating under strict guidelines and limited capacity (Section 9 Decree Emergency - subsection 2i and 1b). Source: http://www.mfa.go.th/main/contents/files/news3-20200609-103205-480323.pdf
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Jun 6th, 2020Jun 06
Level 2 of 4
C4: Restrictions on gatherings - restrictions on gatherings between 101-1000 peopleDetails
As per Section 9 Emergency Decree (effective from 1st June), a maximum of 200 people is allowed in playhouses, theatres and cinemas. http://www.mfa.go.th/main/contents/files/news3-20200609-103205-480323.pdf
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Jun 6th, 2020Jun 06
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
6 June In section 9 of Emergency Decree to be effective from the 1st of June, relaxation restrictions of cross-provincial travel was announced. Individuals will still need to comply with disease prevention methods. Regional restrictions remain. Source: http://www.mfa.go.th/main/contents/files/news3-20200609-103205-480323.pdf
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Jun 15th, 2020Jun 15
Level 2 of 3
C1: School closing - require closing (only some levels or categories, eg just high school, or just public schools)Details
From June 15, schools with less than 120 students are allowed to reopen, as Thailand's lockdown is gradually becoming more relaxed. https://archive.vn/LbdBO
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Jun 26th, 2020Jun 26
Level 1 of 2
C5: Close public transport - recommend closing (or significantly reduce volume/route/means of transport available)Details
July 6th UK FCO Domestic air travel options within Thailand are opening up but remain more limited than before Bus, train and boat routes are opening up but may be subject to restrictions. https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/thailand/coronavirus
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Jun 26th, 2020Jun 26
Level 1 of 3
C6: Stay at home requirements - recommend not leaving houseDetails
An emergency decree is currently in place until 31 July 2020. A phased lifting of lockdown measures across Thailand is underway. The Thai authorities have advised the elderly (over 70 years), children (under 5 years) and those with pre-existing medical conditions (diabetes, hypertension, respiratory diseases, lung diseases) not to leave their home except for essential purposes, such as buying groceries, conducting business transactions, going to a hospital or filing complaints to the police. Details of the measures may differ between different provinces. Source: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/thailand/coronavirus
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Jun 30th, 2020Jun 30
Level 2 of 2
E1: Income support - government is replacing 50% or more of lost salary (or if a flat sum, it is greater than 50% median salary)Details
June 30 World Bank: Thailand’s combined COVID-19 response packages amount to 12.9% of GDP, focused on providing relief to vulnerable households and affected firms. Source: https://www.worldbank.org/en/country/thailand/publication/thailand-economic-monitor-june-2020-thailand-in-the-time-of-covid-19
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Jul 1st, 2020Jul 01
Level 0 of 3
C1: School closing - no measuresDetails
July 1 Reuters- Thai schools reopened on Wednesday for the first time since mid-March, with precautions in place to guard against the coronavirus, ranging from temperature checks to installing makeshift cubicles for social distancing in classrooms. Chulalongkorn University reopening :As of July 1, 2020, its workplaces within and outside the Bangkok Metropolis be opened and operated as normal’. Coded as a 1 as this indicates universities are able to reopen, therefore, all levels of schooling and university able to open as of July 1. Reuters Source: https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-thailand-school/schools-reopen-across-thailand-with-temperature-checks-masks-idUKKBN24253A University Source: http://archive.vn/WE9u4
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Jul 1st, 2020Jul 01
Level 1 of 3
C2: Workplace closing - recommend closing (or recommend work from home)Details
July 1 Taweesin Wisanuyothin, a spokesman for the government's Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration said pubs, bars and karaoke venues will be able to reopen starting from Wednesday 1st July. Coded as recommended closing because restrictions on opening times (must close at midnight) remain in place, alongside social distancing rules, so not possible to say ‘no measures’ in place. Source: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/06/500000-dead-coronavirus-live-updates-200628233313992.html Source: http://archive.vn/kVkmh
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Jul 1st, 2020Jul 01
Level 3 of 4
C8: International travel controls - ban arrivals from some regionsDetails
July 1 Thailand will allow international flights starting from July 1 for people meeting certain criteria (such as those in need of medical treatment, students, and those with resident permits). It issues an International Permit Flight effective from July 1 to give this access. Travellers will still be subject to mandatory mask wearing on flights, thermal scans and temperature checks on arrival. Six of Thailand's international airports are also reopening on July 1st, handling both domestic and international arrivals. (Don Mueang, Phuket, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Chiang Rai, and Suvarnabhumi). Coded as a 3 as this still does not permit everyone who may wish to, to enter. Media source: http://archive.vn/5V2IV Government Public Relations Department Source: http://archive.vn/r8E1Q
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Jul 1st, 2020Jul 01
Level 1 of 2
E2: Debt/contract relief - narrow relief, specific to one kind of contractDetails
Most measures expire in June. Unable to find evidence of their renewal besides this: “In addition to the refund, the MWA announced it would reduce water bills by 3% for users in Bangkok, Nonthaburi and Samut Prakan for three months, from May to July 2020”. Source: http://archive.vn/91omp This source mentions “An earlier subsidy, which lowered monthly power bills from March to May, had helped those struggling with increased living costs during the lockdown and work-from-home period”, but does not suggest this was extended into July. http://archive.vn/IgYsz Coded as a 1 from July as can only find evidence of narrow relief from July.
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Jul 6th, 2020Jul 06
Level 2 of 2
C7: Restrictions on internal movement - internal movement restrictions in placeDetails
July 6th UK FCO Provincial authorities may enforce measures which are stricter or different to those in other areas, including closing borders or imposing internal travel restrictions. You must not travel to high risk areas. Source: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/thailand/coronavirus
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Data is collected from public sources by a team of over one hundred Oxford University students and staff from every part of the world. Please note: not all countries are equally up to date; for certain countries, some indicators will be missing for some days.
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