The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) decided on Thursday to resume the Test & Go scheme next month but with modification.
According to CCSA, the modified Test & Go scheme will restart on February 1 to all foreign tourists from all countries. They will be required to book a hotel room for at least five nights, and the booking receipt is required as evidence when applying for Thailand Pass.
The booked hotel must have the Safety and Health Administration (SHA) Plus certification or be allowed to serve as Covid-19 alternative quarantine facilities.
The CCSA said that two RT-PCR tests will be done; one on the first day of arrival, and again on the fifth day. If they test negative, they are allowed to go to their destination.
Health insurance of at least US$50,000 coverage is still in place, and tourists must have a negative RT-PCR test result within 72 hours before departure. Children under 6 who travel with their parents will be exempted from the test.
Additionally, tourists are still required to present a certificate that they are fully vaccinated or medical certificates that they have contracted and recovered from Covid-19 when they apply for entry via Thailand Pass.
Source: The Nation
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