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#105 – THAILANDS REOPENING CONFIRMED, Bangkok ready, Jo Ferrari, Visa Insurance, Phuket News!

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O-A non-immigrant visa applicants required to have ฿3m health insurance
Foreigners applying for non-immigrant (O-A) visas for stays in Thailand of up to one year are now required to have a health insurance policy with minimum coverage of three million baht for in-patient medical fees, instead of the previous 400,000 baht.
Source – Thai PBS World

Initial nod for long-stay visas
The cabinet has approved in principle a program that has the goal of attracting 300-billion-baht worth of foreign investments in exchange for granting long-stay visas.
Source – The Bangkok Post

Bangkok prepares testing protocols as reopening looms
With the Nov 1 reopening looming, Bangkok is preparing protocols for testing tourists outside the airport, at hotels, or ‘swab hubs’ to avoid congestion on arrival.
Source – The Bangkok Post

Thailands Reopening Plan – Provided by the Tourism Authority of Thailand

Hundreds of customers arrested at restaurant
More than 200 customers were arrested in Khon Kaen when police, administrative, drug suppression, and health officials raided a restaurant serving alcohol in the small hours of Wednesday in defiance of Covid 19 restrictions.
Source – The Bangkok Post

Court rules suspect in Nakhon Sawan police custody died of deliberate suffocation
The Nakhon Sawan provincial court ruled today (Wednesday) that the drug suspect, who was seen in video footage with his head covered by plastic bags while in police custody at Muang district’s police station, died of suffocation.
Source – Thai PBS World

Wichit Na Ranong steps in over Soi Paniang wastewater
Wichit Na Ranong, often referred to as the ‘Father of Phuket Tourism’, has offered Rassada Municipality use of private land to help monitor wastewater levels flowing into the Soi Paniang area, which for years has raised serious health concerns over the foul stench emanating from the canal that feeds into Samkong on the north side of Phuket Town.
Source – The Phuket News

Phuket get ready, says Governor
Officials across Phuket have been told to prepare the island to welcome foreign tourists from Nov 1, in line with the expected reopening of the country to receive vaccinated tourists without, and to make sure that their respective areas are clean and to make sure that tourists are not ripped off or are treated in any other deceitful way.
Source – The Phuket Xtra News

Phuket candidates register for OrBorTor election
A total of 17 candidates have registered their intent to vie for the seats as chiefs of the five Tambon Administration Organizations (OrBorTor) in Phuket in the upcoming elections to be held on Nov 28.
Source – The Phuket News

00:00 – Daily COVID numbers
01:27 – New insurance requirement for Non O-A
03:18 – New long-stay visas on the agenda
05:21 – Bangkok prepares for the grand reopening
07:41 – Thailands reopening confirmed – entry requirements
14:15 – restaurant-goers arrested for drinking
15:44 – Jo Ferrari case continues
17:49 – The Phuket sandbox daily news
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