“It depends on conditions like flights, the opening of airports and the readiness of the people” entering the country, she added.
Thailand will also submit a bid to continue hosting MotoGP for five more years, with the government paying for half of the 50 million euro ($56 million) copyright, Traisuree said.
The sleepy northeastern city of Buriram hosted its first MotoGP race in 2018.
Besides attracting thousands of motorsport fans to Thailand, it brought in three billion baht ($96 million) each of the last two years it was held, according to official figures.
Thailand has recorded around 3,100 COVID-19 cases since the start of the year — a low toll given it was the first country outside of China to detect the disease.
This year’s virus-delayed MotoGP season will finally begin on July 19 at the Jerez circuit in Spain.