Thailand further eases entry rules, but travel is still restricted

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By Linsey McNeill
04/04/2022
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Thailand has removed the need for foreign visitors to provide a negative PCR test, but the entry rules are still quite complicated.

Adults must be fully vaccinated for quarantine-free entry and they must apply for a Thailand Pass to travel under the Test & Go or Sandbox schemes.

They’ll need to take a test on arrival and pre-book accommodation where they must wait until they receive a negative result.

They must also have insurance cover for at least US$20,000 medical expenses.

Arrivals must also still take a COVID test on day five and report the result.

Under 18s don’t need to be vaccinated if travelling with a fully vaccinated adult.

Unaccompanied teenagers must have received at least one dose of a COVID vaccine while under 12s must be fully vaccinated, according to the latest advice from the Thai Embassy.

If travellers aren’t fully vaccinated but have recovered from COVID within the past year they can also enter under the Test & Go or Sandbox schemes as long as they have had at least one dose of the vaccine.

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