Starting April 1, travelers visiting Thailand will no longer need to show a negative PCR test result in order to enter the country, the Center for Covid-19 Situation Management announced.

This measure will apply to international arrivals that are in the current entry schemes, which are TEST & GO, Sandbox and Alternative Quarantine (AQ).

However, TEST & GO and Sandbox travelers will be required to take an RT-PCR test upon arrival and an antigen self-test on day 5, and the period of stay in the testing area will be reduced to 5 days. Those who have Alternative Quarantine, this will be reduced to 5 days and must take an RT-PCR test on day 4-5.

The type of entry scheme is chosen according to the traveler’s vaccination status.

The TEST & GO program applies to fully vaccinated travelers from any country. It allows them to avoid quarantine and can travel anywhere in Thailand as long as they test negative for Covid-19 upon arrival and on the fifth day of their stay.

They must also have insurance that covers expenses for Covid-19 of at least $20,000.

Travelers must also download the mor chana app a tracking app where they will be reminded to take another antigen test on day five and record the results.

They must also have proof of vaccination (a booster is not required to enter this stage) and request a thailand pass before travelling. Travelers under the age of 12 are exempt from vaccination requirements, but will need to be tested.

The Sandbox program applies to fully vaccinated travelers; they must stay for five days in approved places in the country, such as Phuket, Krabi and Ko Pha-ngan, before being allowed to travel through the rest of the country.

Unvaccinated travelers can enter Thailand under the Alternative Quarantine program from the country . They must request a Thailand Pass take out insurance with a minimum coverage of US$50,000 and pay for your quarantine accommodation before traveling to Thailand, as well as your PCR tests.

They must quarantine for five days and take PCR tests on day four and five. When the quarantine period ends, travelers will be able to travel freely throughout Thailand.

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