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ASEAN tourism on the road to business as usual

Thailand to relax mask and alcohol rules; Indonesia drops mandatory insurance

BANGKOK -- Almost all Southeast Asian countries have thrown their doors open to tourism again, with Thailand dropping its last COVID-related entry requirement from July 1, as governments hope that the sector will help to boost their beleaguered economies.

Thailand, one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world, will abolish online registration on its Thailand Pass system for those entering the country, the cabinet decided on Tuesday.

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