If you’re planning a vacation to Thailand, you may wonder if COVID-19 is required. Fortunately, there’s no need for a COVID test, at least if you’re planning on traveling to Ayutthaya or Kanchanburi. This article will help you decide if COVID-19 is a requirement for traveling to Thailand. You’ll also learn how to avoid any unnecessary hassle.
COVID-19 is a condition of travel to Thailand
Those travellers who have received a positive result for COVID-19 must seek appropriate medical treatment before departing. They must ensure that medical costs are covered by national health insurance and they must stay in hospital hotels or communities for at least 10 days. A COVID-19 medical certificate must be obtained to prove that you have recovered from COVID-19. If you are traveling to Thailand with a medical condition, you should consult your physician and health insurance provider for more information.
RT-PCR test is not required to travel to Thailand
A recent decision by the government of Thailand has rescinded the requirement for foreign nationals to undergo an RT-PCR test before they can travel to Thailand. The move was based on the recommendation of an emergency disease control panel and public health ministry academic committee. In other words, fully vaccinated tourists will no longer have to undergo an expensive RT-PCR test before they can travel to Thailand.
RT-PCR test is not required to travel to Kanchanburi
Starting next month, travellers to Thailand will no longer need to take an RT-PCR test before entering the country. This change was agreed upon at a meeting of the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) in Bangkok, Thailand. The goal of easing COVID-19 entry requirements is to encourage more tourists to the region. The test will no longer be required 72 hours before departure, but instead will be done on arrival. On arrival, travelers will be required to undergo a self-ATK test, and will no longer need a RT-PCR test. Travellers from Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar will also not need travel insurance in Thailand.
RT-PCR test is not required to travel to Ayutthaya
If you’re considering a trip to Thailand, you may be wondering if a RT-PCR test is necessary. While Thailand is not a ‘high risk’ country, it is advisable to get vaccinated before travel. The current status of COVID-19 in Thailand is quite concerning, with a high proportion of asymptomatic and mild cases. Consequently, a COVID-19 certificate can’t be issued without an RT-PCR test. Luckily, the new travel requirements are outlined below.
RT-PCR test is not required to travel to Pai
If you’re visiting Pai and plan to take an RT-PCR test, you’ll need to apply for one online. This test detects antibodies to the RNA of a virus 72 hours after exposure. A negative result will allow you to travel without a health concern. After April 2, you don’t need to take the test again. However, it is still recommended that you get the test before you leave.