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**Updated 5 July 2022


Entry Measures for Thai and Foreign Nationals (From 1 July 2022)

- Thailand Pass not required

- Certificate of vaccinations (at least 2 doses) These can be in a print or digital format. Random checks will be made on arrivals at Thailand’s international airports or land border checkpoints (in 22 provinces).

or a negative RT-PCR / Professional ATK COVID-19 test result issued within 72 hours before departure. 

- Medical insurance is not required

- Airlines will check your documents


Following reports that a number of applicants have received FAKE and SCAM emails, Thailand Pass wishes to inform and advise the following:

  • DO NOT respond or click on any attached links in the emails
  • Emails from Thailand Pass regarding your applications will only be sent out from one official account ([email protected])
  • The system will not ask for any personal information nor request applicant to amend the application by email.

Please note that all registration processes are done solely on the Thailand Pass website only.




At present, Thailand does not set an expiry date for vaccination; as long as the last dose was administered at least 14 days before departure, the certificate of vaccination can be used for entering Thailand regardless of whether the vaccines were administered a year or two years ago. A booster shot is not required.

To be considered "fully vaccinated", the travellers must have a certificate of vaccination that meets the following criteria:

  1. Certificate of Vaccination must be issued by a government authority, containing personal information of the travellers and information of the vaccine (name, batch number, dates). 
  2. Accepted vaccinesSinovac (2 doses, at least 2 weeks apart) / AstraZeneca (2 doses, at least 4 weeks apart) / Johnson & Johnson (1 dose) / Pfizer (2 doses, at least 3 weeks apart) / Moderna (2 doses, at least 4 weeks apart) / Sinopharm (2 doses, at least 3 weeks apart) / Sputnik V (2 doses, at least 3 weeks apart) / Covaxin (2 doses, at least 4 weeks apart) / Novavax/Covavax (2 doses, at least 3 weeks apart) / Medigen (2 doses, at least 4 weeks) / TURKOVAC / ERUCOV-VAC (2 does, at least 4 weeks apart) 
  3. The last dose must be administered at least 14 days before travelling.
  4. If the duration between two doses are less than that set by the manufacturer, the certificate of vaccination may be rejected.
  5. Combination of different vaccines is accepted provided that the period between the 1st and 2nd dose was in accordance with the period set by the manufacture of the first dose.
  6. Those infected and have recovered may present certificate of recovery together with evidence of 1 dose of vaccination administered after infectionWithout any vaccination, the person will not be considered as fully vaccinated, even if they have certificate of recovery. 
  7. Children from the age of 5 but less than 18,  will be considered "fully vaccinated" if they can present a certificate of vaccination showing 1 dose of vaccination administered at least 14 days before travelling.






***The information provided here is subject to change without prior notice***

REMARK: The visa application must be submitted online (Evisa) not less than 3 weeks prior to the expected date of departure. The Royal Thai Embassy will ONLY consider a complete application and reserves the right to ask for further documentation. 

Please note that the Royal Thai Embassy shall not be liable or responsible in any manner whatsoever for any delay in processing or grant or rejection of the visa application of any applicant.