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Thailand to lift quarantine for vaccinated visitors in November

Reopening starts with 10 nations, Prayuth says, likely including U.S. and China

Bangkok's skyline: Thailand maintains a curfew from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m., and restaurants are not permitted to serve alcohol.   © Reuters

BANGKOK -- Thailand will welcome vaccinated foreign visitors nationwide without quarantine requirements starting in November, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said Monday, so that the kingdom can accommodate as many people as possible for the year-end holiday season.

"Today, I would like to announce the first small but important step in decisively beginning the process of trying to restore our livelihoods," the prime minister said in a televised address.

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