Thailand lifts all entry restrictions due to coronavirus
Date: January 9, 2023 Time: 16:55:35
Thailand removed the requirement to present a vaccination certificate for tourists arriving in the country. This was stated by the Minister of Health Anutin Charnvirakul. South China Morning Post writes about it.
The minister pointed out that unvaccinated visitors will be able to enter without restrictions. That is, the results of the PCR test are not needed either.
Charnvirakul referred to the sufficient level of immunization against COVID-19 in China and around the world. In addition, it would be inconvenient to require proof of vaccination from visitors, she noted.
Repeated covid entry restrictions were in place in Thailand for less than a day. The country’s Ministry of Transportation indicated that from January 9 and at least until the end of the month, arriving passengers must present vaccination or disease certificates when boarding a flight.
Let’s remember that as of October 11, Japan lifted the restrictions on entry into the country. The restriction on the daily number of entrants, the issuance of short-term visas and the ban on individual tourist visits to the country will be lifted.