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Over 1,500 Thais cross over from Malaysia via Sadao checkpoint


On Thursday (April 2), more than 1,500 Thais working in Malaysia returned to Thailand through the Sadao border checkpoint in Songkhla province.

Over 1,500 Thais cross over from Malaysia via Sadao checkpoint Over 1,500 Thais cross over from Malaysia via Sadao checkpoint

Since the Emergency Decree was invoked on March 26, all Thais returning to the country are required to have a “fit-to-fly” medical certificate issued within 72 hours as well as a letter from the Royal Thai Embassy confirming the returnee is healthy for travel. In the case of the Thais who returned on Thursday, they would have had to get the required certificates from the Royal Thai Embassy in Kuala Lumpur or the Thai consulate in Kota Bahru or Penang.

Over 1,500 Thais cross over from Malaysia via Sadao checkpoint

Over 1,500 Thais cross over from Malaysia via Sadao checkpoint
The number of Thais arriving via Sadao was more than in previous days, and they had to undergo a strict screening process.

Over 1,500 Thais cross over from Malaysia via Sadao checkpoint Over 1,500 Thais cross over from Malaysia via Sadao checkpoint Over 1,500 Thais cross over from Malaysia via Sadao checkpoint Over 1,500 Thais cross over from Malaysia via Sadao checkpoint Over 1,500 Thais cross over from Malaysia via Sadao checkpoint

Published : April 02, 2020

By : The Nation Photo Credit: Nation Photo by Charoon Thongnual