Thailand travel advice update

Thailand quarantine
By Linsey McNeill
24/06/2022
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The Foreign Office has updated its advice for Thailand after the country announced that visitors will no longer have to request permission to enter via an online application form from 1 July.

The Thailand Pass is being ditched, but arrivals will still need to show proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours earlier.

From 1 July, visitors will no longer need US$10,000 of insurance for COVID treatment, but it is still ‘highly recommended’, said the Foreign Office (FCDO).

Children aged 17 and under can enter Thailand under the same scheme as their parents or legal guardian and do not need to show proof of vaccination if the adults are vaccinated. Children travelling with unvaccinated parents or guardians must provide a negative test.

Thailand has also dropped mandatory mask wearing, from 23 June, other than in public buildings.

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