Thailand is easing restrictions for fully vaccinated young travellers from, currently, 63 countries, including those from the Nordics and the Baltics, and unvaccinated children under 18 years.
The Royal Thai Government Gazette has officially announced the further easing rules for travellers entering Thailand under the Exemption from Quarantine (TEST & GO) entry scheme, effective from 16 December 2021.
- Children aged under 6 years travelling with parents are exempted from taking an RT-PCR test 72 hours before departure.
- Children aged 12-18 years do not need to present a certificate of vaccination if they are travelling with their parents. If they are travelling alone, they need to show a certificate of vaccination at least 1 dose of the accepted vaccine.
- Those who have recovered from Covid-19 must present a certificate of recovery together with a certificate of vaccination showing 1 dose of an accepted vaccine.
- Those infected and who have recovered no less than 14 days but no longer than 3 months may present a certificate of recovery in case the RT-PCR test result is positive.
- Children aged under 18 travelling with parents should register for Thailand Pass QR Code together with their parents or guardians and not separately.
TEST & GO: Travel to Thailand quarantine-free
- Fully vaccinated travellers against COVID-19 from the current 63 nations including Nordic and Baltic to visit Thailand.
- Proof of COVID-19 vaccination
- Health insurance covering COVID-19 during the total stay in Thailand. A minimum coverage of 50,000USD
- A negative RT-PCR Test 72 hours before departure.
- From 16 December, children under 6 years old will no longer need to show a negative RT-PCR test 72 hours before departure. They need to do a saliva test upon arrival.
- Fully paid confirmation at SHA ++ Hotel for at least 1 night, evidence of payment of RT-PCR Test and one ATK-self kit as well as transfer (within 5 hours to your hotel). A list of SHA++ (SHA Extra Plus) Hotels can be found here.
You can read more in detail here
For regular updates on the tourism-related COVID-19, visit TAT, Stockholm office, official website The Colours of Thailand, www.thecoloursofthailand.com
Kantara S. Olofsson
Public Relation & Communication Coordinator
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)
Drottninggatan 33 GF
111 51 Stockholm Swedenhttps