Those who are interested in coming have visited Thailand several times, know how it is, know what they want (eg play golf) and stay a long time.
In addition, they spend a lot of money, people from Europe are strong buyers. Group trips a la China tourists are in this context low budget.
The vast majority of stakeholders are in the groups: visiting family, friends, those who own a house or apartment and those who want to escape the winter at home.
These are not interested in paying for accommodation, spending time and feeling trapped in sandbox hotels, unnecessary pcr tests and covid19 insurance policies.
These groups are also long stayers, which thus contributes significantly to the economy.
It is difficult to understand that a fully vaccinated person would be less infected by staying in a special hotel instead of living in their own apartment.
If you want to get the tourists to return, you must also see from the tourist’s perspective.
There are few who are interested in sitting in a sandbox hotel for 1 week and then week 2 are flocking around to sights they are not interested in or have already seen.
Do as in Europe where the fully vaccinated are allowed to travel freely.
Flush the sandbox and let in fully vaccinated tourists so that beach chair renters, restaurant employees, taxi drivers, caddies on golf courses, etc. get their jobs back. And the stream of Thai baths from tourists to locals can flow.