Thailand said when it will completely lift the pandemic and all covid restrictions

Thailand announced when it will completely lift the pandemic and all covid restrictions

The official schedule for the lifting of coronavirus restrictions was presented in Thailand. The main thing is that the authorities of the kingdom expect to declare the Covid-19 pandemic itself an endemic disease by July 1. While testing, mask-wearing and social distancing measures are ongoing, this will not be for long.

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha Covid-19 said Covid-19 is still a pandemic and relevant departments have been ordered to closely monitor the Omicron BA.2.2 sub-variant that was recently discovered in Thailand. “Before moving to the endemic phase, a thorough review and assessment should be carried out,” the prime minister said.

The “schedule” for canceling the pandemic is as follows: from April to May, a “plateau stage” has been declared, at which, as Thai experts hope, the number of new cases of Covid-19 infection will remain stable, without bursts of incidence. This will be followed by a “Declining Stage” with a decrease in infection and mortality, and then this stage will already move into the “Post-Pandemic Stage”, when Covid-19 will be considered endemic, not pandemic.

“Hopefully from the first July and beyond, and if everything goes well, and the numbers and the situation go as planned, we will move on to consider the coronavirus as an endemic disease,” Thai experts said.

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