The changes announced last week begin 1 April.
In addition to the number of countries reducing or removing quarantine requirements for fully-vaccinated arrivals including Korea, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand, April also starts a month filled with several important holidays.
The slimming of border crossing restrictions means that many more people will be able to take holiday and get together with family. As always, holidays can restrict our access to the resources we need to deliver services. To note, holidays that may cause some disruption:
- Ramadan (April 1 – May 1)
- Easter (April 15 – April 18, depending on location)
- Songkran (April 13 – April 15 in Thailand)
Our recent webinar, What Does Sustainability Look Like in Asia?, was a good success and the recording is now available in case you missed it.
You can download a copy of this report here.