Thailand resumed visa services for Pakistanis on Wednesday, after the imposition of new limitations by newcomer COVID-19.
According to reports citing reliable sources, Pakistanis who want to go to the Southeast Asian nation would be allowed to seek for visas since the country has lifted all travel restrictions against them.
According to a statement released by the Thailand Embassy in Pakistan, visa services in Pakistan have been restored, however residents of Thailand must remain in isolation for 14 days before to their entry in the country.
Passengers have been urged to follow rules while visiting tourist destinations such as Samui, Phuket, and other destinations.
After five months, the United Kingdom chose to remove Pakistan off its no-fly list for international travel, which was announced on Friday.
It was decided to remove eight nations from the travel warning list. These countries include Pakistan, Turkey, and the Maldives. Additionally, testing was made more convenient for visitors visiting the United Kingdom.
The Philippines and Bahrain have already lifted all restrictions on incoming visitors from Pakistan and nine other nations, making them the latest countries to do so.
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