Thailand scraps arrival testing for fully vaccinated

Sunday, 24 Apr, 2022 0

Thailand officials confirmed no more arrival testing will be required on arrival for fully vaccinated travellers starting May 1. As expected the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration announced the new measures.

Unvaccinated travellers still have to supply a negative PCR test result before arrival. All arrivals still need to register for the online ‘Thailand Pass’ system and have health insurance that coversCovid-19 treatment.

“We rely on tourism, this will help move the economy forward,” Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said.

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