As of October 1, travelers visiting Thailand will no longer be required to present a complete vaccination schedule against Covid 19, nor a negative ATK test result, the Thailand Covid 19 Situation Management Center announced.
This decree is given because Thailand reclassified Covid 19 from a “dangerous communicable disease” to a “communicable disease under surveillance”.
From July 2021, Thailand began to gradually open up to tourism through various programs and later phases of reopening.
However, the full opening of Thailand was in July 2022 with the requirement of proof of vaccination against Covid 19 or a negative result of an ATK test done within 72 hours prior to travel.
And now, as of October 1, travelers will no longer have to comply with any regulations due to Covid 19 in order to enter the country.
In addition, a few weeks ago, Thailand approved extending the period of stay to 45 days for travelers from countries or territories entitled to visa exemption, and to 30 days for those travelers eligible for a Visa on Arrival or Visa on Arrival. This measure will be in force from October 1, 2022 to March 31, 2023.
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