Thailand Pass How to enter Amazing Thailand from May 1

April 23, 2022 By Richard
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Thailand Pass. The Thai government’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) on Friday approved ending the Test & Go scheme and opening the country to foreign travellers from May 1.

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Thailand Pass. From next month, those who wish to enter Thailand must follow the following steps.

1. For vaccinated travellers:

– Register for the Thailand Pass with a copy of your vaccine certificate and evidence of Covid-19 insurance with at least US$10,000 coverage.

– No test upon arrival required.

– Travellers are advised to take a rapid antigen test (ATK) while in Thailand. If the test is positive, they shall enter treatment covered their insurance.

– Those who come into high-risk close contact with infected people must isolate for five days and monitor their symptoms for another five days. ATK tests shall be taken on day 5 and day 10 after contact with Covid-19 cases.

2. For unvaccinated travellers:

– Register for a Thailand Pass and present a negative RT-PCR result taken within 72 hours of departure as well as evidence of $10,000 Covid-19 insurance, or

– Register for a Thailand Pass, present evidence of $10,000 Covid-19 insurance and book 5 days at an alternative quarantine facility.

– Upon arrival, remain in the alternative quarantine system and take an RT-PCR test on day 4 or day 5.

– Travellers advised to take an antigen test (ATK) while in Thailand. Those who test positive shall enter treatment under their insurance.

– Those who come into high-risk close contact with infected people must isolate for five days and monitor their symptoms for another five days. An ATK test shall be taken after day 5 five and day 10 after contact with Covid-19 cases.

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