At the end of July,Thailand was ranked number one out of 184 countries for its ongoing COVID-19 recovery effort, according to the Global COVID-19 Index. It received an index score of 82,06, putting it on top of the global chart as an example of best practices in tackling the ongoing global pandemic.
As of August 7, the number of confirmed cases in Thailand stood at 3 298, with 129 currently being treated, 3 111 recovered and 58 having died.
As we know, the COVID-19 virus spread quickly and widely to many countries around the world. Thailand was able to control the spread of the disease thanks to the quick action taken by the Royal Thai Government and the whole-hearted support of the general public. One project in particular, initiated by the Tourism Authority of Thailand, was the Safety & Health Administration certificate, offering key protocols, enabling hotels to amend their services in accordance with the new normal and boosting tourist confidence. The results are obvious with the recent No 1 ranking in recovery!
In order to keep up to date with Thailand’s POST COVID-19 RECOVERY PLAN, we encourage you to register online with the THAILAND EXPERT portal http://www.thailandexpert.co.za
The platform is dubbed the ‘go-to’ resource for anyone wanting to learn more about selling this hugely popular holiday destination. Registration is quick and simple, offering regularly updated information. It is recommended that users complete the free Training Modules online, packed with vital knowledge about the ‘Land of Smiles’.
Once you’ve brushed up on your know-how, it’s time to unpack the Agent Toolbox, complete with brochures, sample itineraries, maps and a stunning image repository. Make your way to the Industry Offers section should you want to visit the destination yourself, following which you might want to take a look at the Thailand Expert Blog. Important trade gatherings are listed in the Events calendar, and the What’s New section gives the edge, jam-packed with details of the latest tourist hotspots.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand is represented in South Africa by Lesley Simpson Communications. For further information, please contact: tel: +27 11 463 8195, fax: +27 11 463 8196, email: firstname.lastname@example.org