In a Facebook post, the Royal Thai Consulate posted the updated regulations on the quarantine period for foreign visitors to Thailand, which will take effect from Oct. 1.
According to the report, the quarantine period for travellers entering Thailand from tomorrow, October 1, will be reduced to the following:
- Not less than 7 days for visitors who are in possession of a vaccination certificate of vaccines approved by the Ministry of Health of Thailand (as of September 22) this concerns the following vaccines: CoronaVac or Sinovac; AstraZeneca or Covishield; Pfizer of Comirnaty; Janssen or Janssen/Ad26.COV2.S (Johnson & Johnson); modern; Sinopharm of Covilo; and Sputnik V.
- Foreign visitors must be fully vaccinated more than 14 days before the travel date and must present the certificate to officials at the arrival airport.
- No less than 10 days for travellers without a vaccine certificate or for foreigners who have not received two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.
The quarantine period will be determined by Health Control officials upon each visitor’s arrival in Thailand.
- Travellers entering the Kingdom from October 1 with a COE (Certificate of Entry) before September 28 may use the current COE to enter Thailand.
Health control officers will review the vaccine certificate and determine the quarantine period based on the regulations at the time.
For more information, please contact [email protected] or call 202-684-8493 or 202-431-0882.
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