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Foreigners In Thailand Will Continue To Stay Until July 31 Without Having To Apply For An Extension

The Thai government has automatically renewed visas for foreigners staying in the country due to the Covid-19 epidemic. 

Accordingly, visa holders who expire from March 26 will continue to stay until July 31 without visa extension.

According to the Vietnam News Agency, on April 21, the Thai government approved the automatic extension of visas for foreigners for another 3 months in an effort to prevent the long line of people waiting in the import and export centers. To prevent and spread the epidemic of acute respiratory infections Covid-19 .

This is the second time the Thai government has applied an automatic visa renewal policy for foreigners stuck in the country due to the epidemic. Earlier, Thailand also automatically renewed visas for foreigners until April 30.

Thai Government spokesman Narumon Pinyosinwat said foreigners whose visas expired from March 26 will be allowed to stay in the country until July 31 without having to apply for an extension. Up to now, Thailand has recorded 2,811 cases of COVID-19, including 48 deaths.

As of 6h on 22/4, according to the Worldometers statistics page, the world recorded 2,552,491 people infected with the acute respiratory tract infection Avvid-19 caused by the new strain of corona virus (SARS-CoV-2), of which There were 177,234 deaths and 688,430 people recovered.

The United States has the highest number of infections and deaths in the world, with 816,385 people infected (up 23,626 cases in the past 24 hours), while the number of deaths increased by 2,660 to 177,234.

On April 21, President Donald Trump said he would enact a 60-day ban on entry to the United States and would reevaluate it after the deadline to prevent the Covid-19 epidemic from spreading.

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