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No more PCRs for vaccinated tourists in Thailand

Starting tomorrow, May 1, vaccinated tourists will be exempt from all test and quarantine requirements. Unvaccinated travelers can forgo quarantine by presenting a PCR test

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Boat on the beach at Phuket Island, Tourist attraction in Thaila
Phuket, Thailand. Photo: 123rf

Thailand continues to ease its entry requirements, and as of tomorrow, May 1, vaccinated travelers will no longer need to do a PCR test before their flight or upon landing in the country. The quarantine requirement is also scrapped for travelers presenting a valid digital vaccination certificate.

Partially vaccinated or unvaccinated tourists are still required to present a negative PCR test performed up to 72 hours before the flight.

Issuing a Thailand Pass is still mandatory for all travelers. However, the process has been simplified – all you need to do is upload your flight details, digital vaccination certificate, and travel insurance with corona coverage in the amount of at least $10,000. Here’s the link to issue your Thailand Pass quickly and free of charge.

Dov Kalmann, the Marketing & PR Representative of the Thailand Tourism Authority in Israel: “As of this Sunday, Thailand is de facto open without restrictions. Since Thailand gradually reopened in July 2021, Israel once again became one of the top countries in the number of tourist arrivals to Thailand, not just relative to size but in absolute numbers.”

For complete and up-to-date information on travel restrictions and issuing the Thailand Pass, visit the Thailand Tourism Authority website.

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