Thailand Pass and Mask Policy to be Scrapped from July 1

Source: Thailand’s Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) 

Date: 1 July 2022 

Thailand’s Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) announced that the Thailand Pass for everyone visiting the country has been scrapped. The move is set to come into effect from 1 July.  

All tourists and visitors do not need to buy insurance. Vaccinated travellers are only required to show proof of a certificate of vaccination. Unvaccinated travellers can enter Thailand with a negative PCR or ART test administered by a medical professional within 72 hours of departure. Quarantine requirements have already been removed. 

Masks will still be recommended for the general public but will not be compulsory outdoors unless the area is crowded or not well ventilated. 

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