‘Thailand Pass’ requirement lifted for all travellers

Posted by David Henning on 22 June 2022

Thailand will be removing its ‘Thailand Pass’ requirement for all travellers entering the country from 1 July. Previously, travellers had to register for the pass and an insurance policy of no less than $10 000.

'Thailand Pass' requirement lifted for all travellers

From 1 July, travellers will only be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours prior to departure. Authorities will have random checks at international airports and land border checkpoints.

Unvaccinated travellers who are unable to provide proof of a pre-arrival test at these checkpoints will be required to undergo an antigen test.

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