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Thailand Pass



Non - Thai citizens willing to enter Thailand must obtain a Thailand Pass. This can be obtained on-line. To the best of our knowledge these are the current rules applying to Thailand Pass.

Travelers need: -

• An insurance policy with medical coverage of no less than US$20,000, covering any expenses associated with being infected with COVID-19, including in-patient hospitalization in Thailand. (Returning Thai citizens eligible for national health insurance are exempt from this requirement.)
• A vaccine certificate proving fully-vaccinated status (except for those travellers undergoing ten days in an Alternative Quarantine facility.)
• An official receipt from an SHA/SHA+ or AQ listed hotel, proving payment for accommodation, the required RT-PCR tests, and (if required) the Antigen Test Kit (ATK), along with a pre-booked airport transfer to the hotel.
• A valid flight ticket.
• A valid visa (if required.)

Anyone applying for the Thailand Pass, except those willing to undergo quarantine, must be fully vaccinated.
The Ministry of Public Health in Thailand currently accepts the following vaccines:

1. CoronaVac by Sinovac Biotech Ltd (2 doses required, 2-4-week interval)
2. AstraZeneca or Covishield by AstraZeneca/University of Oxford, SK Bioscience (South Korea), Siam Bioscience, and Serum Institute of India (2 doses required, 4-12-week interval)
3. Pfizer–BioNTech or Comirnaty by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech (2 doses required, 3-week interval)
4. Janssen or Janssen/Ad26.COV2.S by Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc. (1 dose required)
5. Moderna by Moderna Inc. (2 doses required, 4-week interval)
6. Sinopharm or COVILO by Sinopharm Co., Ltd. (2 doses required, 3-4-week interval)
7. Sputnik V by the Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology (2 doses required, 3-week interval)


I’m fully vaccinated—do I still need an RT-PCR test?

Yes. All travelers applying for entry into Thailand must have an RT-PCR test no more than 72 hours before departure and another RT-PCR test upon arrival in Thailand.

Do I still need a “Fit-to-Fly” Certificate?

No. A fit-to-fly certificate is no longer required for entry into Thailand.

Do children have to be vaccinated?

Children under 12 years old (under 18 years old if entering under the Sandbox rules) traveling with their parents or guardians are exempt from the vaccination requirement, but they must have an RT-PCR test before departure.

Can I travel around Thailand once I arrive?

If you enter Thailand under the “Test-and-Go” program, you are free to explore Thailand as long as you receive a negative result on your RT-PCR test.

Inbound Travel Insurance

As far as we are aware, and always subject to a travelers’ underlying health conditions, insurance to comply with the requirements of the Thailand Pass may be available as follows: -

• Age 1-75 years old available to buy from Tune and Axa insurance companies (Please contact Lambert Brothers to arrange)
• Age above 75 years old available to buy on live at https://www.tipinsure.com/CovidRegional/product_detail
Unfortunately, Lambert Brothers cannot provide this as online only product.

Contact Us Please feel free to contact us but always double check web-sites to ensure update information. Do not reply on this data which is for general assistance only.




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