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Current list of who can fly into Thailand starting Wednesday
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When Thailand’s ban on international flights lifts this Wednesday, a confusing array of rules will limit who can fly into the country again – and who cannot. The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand last night announced the ban would be lifted July 1 after health officials made a series of revisions to whom could obtain permission to travel, and what conditions and rules airlines and passengers will be expected to follow.

Earlier on Monday, officials expanded the list of foreigners who may enter the kingdom – which included expats with Thai families, business people, medical tourists and those with work permits or residency in Thailand – to include their families and other groups.

As the aviation authority notes, all travelers must comply with immigration and health laws, which for now mandate two weeks of quarantine at the traveler’s expense.

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