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Thailand to update entry rules for tourists from June 1

According to The Thaiger, Thailand will update the entry rules from June 1, but no fundamental changes in sanitary protocols are expected.

For example, the Thailand Pass has been preserved – it is a prerequisite for entry for foreign tourists. At the same time, the authorities promise that from June 1, the document will be issued faster – the tourist will receive a QR code automatically immediately after applying (at the moment, the waiting time is 48 hours).

In addition to the Thailand Pass, vaccinated tourists will need a vaccination certificate and insurance covering $10,000 to enter.

Unvaccinated guests of the country who did not have time to pass a PCR or rapid test before flying to Thailand will be able to be tested at the airport upon arrival, otherwise, they will have to undergo a five-day quarantine. The unvaccinated will also need insurance.

In addition, from June 1, nightclubs will open in Thailand in safe zones in terms of COVID-19 – in the “green” (14 provinces) and the “blue” (17 provinces). Bars, pubs, nightclubs, massage parlors, and karaoke bars will be open until 24:00.

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