Thailand’s Test & Go quarantine-free entry to restart on 1 Feb

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On 20 January, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration announced that Thailand will resume the ‘Test & Go’ entry scheme for vaccinated arrivals from 1 February, after being suspended in December in the wake of the Omicron variant of COVID-19.

Test & Go (T&G) program or Exemption from Quarantine exempts fully vaccinated (at least with 2 jabs) tourists entering Thailand by air from the mandatory quarantine.

TEST & GO scheme resumed from 1 February 2022

Test & Go will reopen for registration on the Thailand Pass system from 1 February 2022. As far as we know, preliminary information is below, although it is subject to change once published in the Royal Gazette:

  1. Test & Go program will now allow entry from any country
  2. 2 PT-PCR Covid-19 tests are required after arrival: one on Day 1 and another on Day 5 after arrival
  3. Example of mandatory document:
    – A Certificate of COVID-19 Vaccination/Recovery
    – A Medical Certificate with an RT-PCR lab result indicating that COVID-19 is not detected issued no more than 72 hours before travelling
    – Proof of prepaid booking of SHA (Amazing Thailand Safety & Health Administration) Extra Plus or Alternative Quarantine hotel that has a partner hospital for 2 seperate nights: on the 1st day (with prearranged transfer from the airport to the hotel) and the 5th day after arrival
    – Proof of prepaid 2 RT-PCR tests in Thailand
    – Foreigners need to provide medical insurance with a minimum treatment coverage of 50,000 USD or equivalent for the entire duration of stay in Thailand
  4. It should be noted that if the result on the 1st day is negative, a visitor can stay anywhere and only have to come back to a SHA/AQ-approved accommodation (can be either the same or different from the 1st day) on the 5th day after arrival in Thailand

 

Kindly note the information is to serve as reference only and is subject to change without prior notice. It is especially important to check in regularly on www.tatnews.org to stay current on what remains a very fluid and fast-changing situation.

 

In case of inquiry, travelers from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Hungary and Montenegro, are advised to consult with the Consular department of the Royal Thai Embassy in Budapest.

Address: 1025 Budapest, Verecke ut 79., Hungary

Tel : +36-1-438-4020

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09.00-12.00 & 13.00-17.00 hrs.

Email for consular inquiries: consular@thaiembassy.hu

Website: https://budapest.thaiembassy.org/

 

Travelers from Romania and Bulgaria are advised to consult with the Consular department of the Royal Thai Embassy in Bucharest.

Address: 12 Vasile Conta Street, Sector 2, Bucharest 020953

Tel : + 40 21 311 0031

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09.00 – 12.00 hrs. & 13.00 – 14.30 hrs.

Email for consular inquiries: consular.BUH@mfa.mail.go.th

Website: https://bucharest.thaiembassy.org/

 

Meanwhile, travelers from Serbia are advised to consult with the Consular department of the Royal Thai Embassy in Athens.

Address: 25 Marathonodromou Street, Paleo Psychico, Athens 15452, Greece

Tel : +30 210 6710 155, +30 210 6749 065, +30 210 6756 978

Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 09.00-13.00 and 14.00-17.00 hrs

Email for consular inquiries: thai-con@otenet.gr

Website: https://athens.thaiembassy.org/

 

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