November 1 re-opening of Thailand – The Fine Print

And now for some of the nice print, answering questions you might have had about re-entry to Thailand from next Monday, November 1.
Travellers shall be categorised into three groups…

• The first are totally vaccinated guests from forty six international locations (

They should keep one night in both a SHA+ certified resort or an ASQ lodge for a RT-PCR check and anticipate the end result.
Then they can travel wherever in Thailand.
• The second group is fully vaccinated visitors from nations NOT on the listing of 46.

They must keep in SHA+hotels for 7 nights in a “sandbox” area… which can embody 17 provinces, together with the unique Sandbox, Phuket. As nicely as Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chon Buri and Krabi.
• The third group is unvaccinated, or not totally vaccinated, travellers.
They are required to stay in ASQ hotels for 10 nights. When they pass the second Covid-19 take a look at they are able to journey to different places in Thailand.
(A link to further details below)

All international travellers should apply for a Thailand Pass which will be formally introduced on November 1 at 9am (Thai time).
This replaces the Certificate of Entry.
Here’s the website for the Thailand Pass.

Here you can addContent required documents together with a vaccination certificates and medical insurance coverage with minimum protection of US$50,000.
It will take 1-7 days for approval of the traveller’s Thailand Pass. Once approved, a QR code is generated which the traveller can use as they enter Thailand.
Note that the approval course of shall be faster if the traveller’s vaccine certification is in a digital format.
So, if you need to enter Thailand in the first 7 days of November you’ll most likely want an present CoE.
International travellers can enter Thailand via 6 worldwide airports… Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Samui and U-Tapao airport in Rayong. Buri Ram airport may even be an choice, but just for charter flights.
Travellers need to current a unfavorable RT-PCR test outcome issued inside 72 hours earlier than travelling, and their Thailand Pass QR code as they move by way of health screening and immigration.
They must obtain the Mor Chana application on their telephones. The app will require them to evaluate their health situation every day whereas in Thailand.
From ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์ to their accredited ASQ or SHA+ resort, they want to journey in SHA+ autos, not in a standard taxi. Your motels will organise this for you.
The accredited hotel will provide the RT-PCR take a look at, along side a local hospital.
There shall be worth ceilings set for RT-PCR to keep away from any worth gouging.
Fully vaccinated native or overseas residents can’t quarantine in their homes for the first evening after they arrive in Thailand. They must keep in an approved SHA+ resort until they receive a adverse test end result.
If the result is positive, they will be despatched to a hospital or an ASQ hotel, at their expense (check the nice print on your Covid insurance).
Children beneath 12 years of age, travelling with their dad and mom, aren’t required to have a vaccine certificate.

For children older than 12, a vaccine certificate and medical insurance shall be required.
Only Thai nationals aren’t required to have medical insurance because any medical prices incurred by citizens shall be covered beneath Thailand’ common health care system.
The CCSA is working to extend that insurance coverage exemption to international residents who have already got medical and health insurance in Thailand. This may be introduced before next Monday.
Foreign travellers want to guarantee that their insurance coverage coverage doesn’t only specify Covid-19 health coverage, but other basic diseases and hospital bills.
Fully vaccinated travellers from the forty six listed countries and territories are required to have stayed no less than 21 days in one or more of THOSE international locations before travelling to Thailand.
But fully vaccinated local and overseas residents can journey to to one of the 46 countries for a shorter interval and then return. They aren’t required to remain a full 21 days in that nation.
But that exemption doesn’t apply to local and international residents who visit countries that aren’t on the listing of 46 eligible countries or territories.
For transit passengers passing through international locations that aren’t on the record forty six accredited nations or territories, they will proceed their trip to Thailand IF the transit interval does’t exceed 12 hours and in the event that they keep in the airport..

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