Thailand has scrapped its Thailand Pass system. Vaccinated guests will only be asked to show proof of vaccination while unvaccinated guests will need to show negative results from a COVID test. Otherwise, travel to Thailand is back to normal.
Along with these changes, it will no longer be mandatory to wear masks outdoors except for in crowded scenarios.
Steps for visiting Thailand:
Proof of vaccination
- Guests 18 and older must show a certificate of COVID-19 vaccination with an approved vaccine (WHO guidelines) at least 14 days before travelling to Thailand.
- Children 17 and under travelling with guardians are exempt from vaccine requirements
- Children 17-5 years of age not travelling with guardians must have at least 1 dose of an approved vaccine within 14 days of travelling to Thailand.
- Proof of vaccination
- Guests must show proof of a negative PCR test within 72h of arrival in Thailand or a professional ATK test.
- Children under 5 years of age who are travelling with guardians are exempt from the above conditions.
- Upon arrival in Thailand, guests must undergo screening procedures including a body temperature check and checking of required documents by immigration and health control officers.
- Once requirements are satisfied, guests are free to enjoy their holidays as normal!
- Guests are no longer required to wear masks in most public. Private businesses are still able to require guests to wear masks at their discretion, and they may still be required in crowded environments such as concert halls or public transport. Otherwise, it’s back to normal.
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