The Royal Thai Consulate-General on Wednesday posted on Facebook updated regulations on the quarantine period for international travelers starting on October 1.
The quarantine period for foreign visitors effective from October 1, according to the post, will be reduced to the following:
— Visitors holding a certificate of vaccination approved by the Public Health Ministry of Thailand (as of September 22) will be quarantine NOT less than 7 days. They are CoronaVac or Sinovac; AstraZeneca or Covishield; Pfizer or Comirnaty; Janssen or Janssen/Ad26.COV2.S (Johnson & Johnson); Moderna; Sinopharm or Covilo; and Sputnik V. Foreign visitors must be fully vaccinated more than 14 days before the travel date and must present the certificate to officials at the port of arrival.
— Visitors without a certificate of vaccination or those foreigners who have not completed the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
The quarantine period will be determined by Health Control officers upon each visitor’s arrival in Thailand.
– Travellers entering the kingdom from October 1 with a COE (certificate of entry) prior to September 28 may use the current COE to enter Thailand.
Health Control officers will review the vaccine certificate and determine the quarantine period based on regulations at that time.
For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-684-8493 or 202-431-0882.
Source: The Nation
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