Entry requirements for worldwide arrivals starting November 1

The Thailand Pass is ready to launch in 5 days, aiming to ease the process to get approval to enter Thailand. The entry necessities for worldwide travellers still require some hoops, however the authorities hopes this streamlining will assist welcome again much-needed tourism to the country.
The web site for the Thailand Pass has been created at tp.consular.go.th but it is not energetic yet, displaying a message that registration begins at 9 am on November 1. All at present issued certificates of entry will be honoured and travellers can request refunds from their resorts for the cost of lifted requirements.
Thailand Pass will open for registration on 1 November 2021 at 09.00 hrs. We recommend you to register for Thailand’s new electronic entry doc (Thailand Pass QR code) at least 7 days prior to your journey date. For travellers who’ve been granted COE (Certificate of Entry) and will arrive in Thailand from 1 November 2021 onwards, the COE stays legitimate for coming into Thailand. Economical can replace the approved COE with the revised phrases and condition of stay complying with new entry laws by downloading the new COE at the registration web site (coethailand.mfa.go.th) or the hyperlink from your COE approval notification email.
The Department of Consular Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have ready an infographic outlining the 5 steps of the entry requirements for Thailand beginning November 1.
 



 
“TEST & GO”: COUNTRIES THAT CAN ENTER WITHOUT QUARANTINE

 
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“LIVING IN THE BLUE ZONE”: SANDBOX FOR THOSE NOT FROM THE 46 APPROVED COUNTRIES

17 so-called “blue zone” provinces might be part of the reopening to vaccinated foreign arrivals during their first 7 days in Thailand. In addition to the identical testing necessities as Test & Go travellers, they may even be topic to a further check on day 6 or 7 after their entry. This take a look at might be carried out utilizing an antigen test kit, making it cheaper than PCR testing. The Bangkok Post reviews that from December, the “blue zones” will increase to 33 provinces and then forty five from January. To qualify as a blue zone, a province will must have vaccinated a minimum of 70% of its inhabitants.
 

“HAPPY QUARANTINE”: ENTRY FOR UNVACCINATED OR OUTSIDE THE BLUE ZONE

For those that are not fully vaccinated, or who don’t wish to Sandbox in one of many 17 provinces, the Alternative Quarantine System permits individuals to nonetheless travel to Thailand after the November 1 reopening. The ASQ plan follows the same testing and insurance requirements as Blue Zone entry..

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