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Thailand entry rules – What you need to know


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Thailand entry rules – What you need to know

Thailand Pass pre-registration scheme for foreign tourists, as well as the requirement for medical insurance of $10,000, will be abolished from the beginning of July for foreign tourists

From July 1, 2022, a certificate of vaccination against Covid-19 is enough to enter Thailand. Unvaccinated travellers must submit a negative PCR test or professional antigen test within 72 hours prior to travelling to Thailand.

Confirmation documents can be submitted in hard copy or digital format. Random checks will be conducted upon arrival at Thailand’s international airports or at land border checkpoints (in 22 provinces).

Unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated foreign tourists who will be subjected to random checks and are unable to show negative results from a test done prior to arrival must undergo a professional antigen test at the point of entry.

The Covid-19 Situation Center in Thailand approved the cancellation of the Thailand Pass registration scheme and the $10,000 health insurance requirement for foreign tourists starting July 1, 2022.

The Situation Center also approved the inclusion of Bangkok and 76 provinces in the Green Zone, which will allow the resumption of normal business operations and commercial activities across the country.

While maintaining prudent security measures and taking care of public health as part of universal prevention, the Thai government is preparing to announce a new set of guidelines as the country enters the post-pandemic period.

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