Thailand to drop ‘Thailand Pass’ and medical health insurance requirement


From July 1, 2022, international visitors are only required to indicate proof of either a certificate of vaccination or a negative RT-PCR or skilled ATK test result inside 72 hours of travel in print or digital format. Random checks can be made upon all international travellers’ arrivals at Thailand’s international airports and land border checkpoints in 22 provinces. Unvaccinated visitors and people not fully vaccinated who’re unable to indicate proof of a pre-arrival negative test can be required to undergo an expert ATK test at their point of entry.

“We’re thrilled to announce the removal of the ‘Thailand Pass’ and $10,000 medical health insurance requirements for international visitors starting July 1, because it further simplifies the flexibility for all to experience the colourful culture, cuisine and natural fantastic thing about Amazing Thailand,” said Santi Sawangcharoen, Director of the TAT Latest York Office and Acting Director of the TAT Toronto office. “We’re hopeful that easing the arrival process will encourage travellers to plan their visits, leading to a lift to Thailand’s tourism. The ‘Land of Smiles’ is raring and excited to welcome travellers to experience all of the beloved destinations across Thailand just as easily as they used to.”

Bangkok, together with 76 other provinces, have been approved by the CCSA as green zones, thus allowing businesses to resume recent normal businesses and activities nationwide.

For Thailand’s current entry requirements and more details go to Travellers are encouraged to also inquire at their nearest Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate for the newest updates.


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