COVID-19 Situation in Thailand

ข้อมูลภาษาไทย:สถานการณ์ COVID-19 ในประเทศไทย

COVID-19 Situation in Thailand

COVID-19 Information:

Source: Department of Disease Control |
Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA):


Travel to Thailand during the COVID-19 pandemic

Announcement from Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand about travelling to Thailand: Passengers will no longer be required to present COVID-19 related documents to enter Thailand, starting from October 1, 2022



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Visa to Thailand

From 18 February 2021, visa applicants in the United States are required to apply online through the website For instructions on the Thailand e-visa, please check the User Manual or watch the Video User Manual.

Attention: For Medical visas scheme (Tourist MT or Non Immigrant – O), the applicants are strictly advised to contact the Royal Thai Embassy/Consulate General for authorization prior to their e-Visa application submission. Any unauthorized application submission under Medical visas scheme would be rejected and non-refundable.
Attention: From 26 September 2021, 11.00 PM (UTC), it is no longer required for e-Visa applicant to submit his/her passport and original supporting documents in person at the Royal Thai Embassy/Consulate. After the e-Visa application has been approved, a confirmation e-mail will be sent to applicants. It is kindly requested to print a copy of the confirmation e-mail to present to airline and Thai Immigration officials to carry out checks when travelling to Thailand.

Tips: Travelers simply need to show proof of either a vaccine certificate or Pro-ATK/RT-PCR results (for unvaccinated persons, within 72 hours of travel) to the airline staff at check-in and once again upon arriving in Thailand. The insurance requirement for COVID treatment for foreign travelers is also no longer mandatory but is still highly recommended.

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