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TAT welcomes first volunteer from ‘First Mover Oceania Market’ project

Australian gap year student, Ms. Louise Pollard, will teach English in Hua Hin after quarantine

Bangkok, 31 March, 2021 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to welcome the first volunteer from the “First Mover Oceania Market” project, Ms. Louise Pollard, who arrived in Thailand on 27 March and successfully entered quarantine.

Her travel to Thailand was facilitated by the TAT South Asia and South Pacific Market Division, including coordinating with the alternative state quarantine (ASQ) hotel, the Gold Orchid Hotel in Bangkok, for the mandatory quarantine period. TAT also made sure that her entry followed procedures in compliance with all public health requirements according to regulations set by Thailand’s Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA).

The First Mover Oceania Market project is a collaboration between the TAT Sydney Office and Global Work & Travel Company, one of the world’s leading work and travel brands, to bring to Thailand volunteers who can make constructive contributions to Thai society at large.

The first volunteer under the project, Ms. Pollard is an Australian gap year student who will teach English in Hua Hin after quarantine.

The project will also help promote several TAT’s projects including the Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration (SHA) certification, to build confidence of the international travel community in the kingdom’s strict safety and hygiene protocols for the prevention and control of COVID-19.

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