Bangkok : Entry requirements for travellers entering Thailand will be adjusted starting June 1, 2022, including the registration for Thailand Pass, which the CCSA said has been made simpler and more convenient.
In particular, from June 1, 2022, foreign travellers to Thailand, when applying for a Thailand Pass (via https://tp.consular.go.th/), will only need to provide the following information: Covid-19 vaccination certificates or Covid-19 test results; a minimum of USD10,000 equivalent of travel insurance that covers medical expenses related to Covid-19; and a copy of a valid passport.
Thailand's Centre of Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) on May 20, 2022 announced a series of Covid-19 updates both within the country, and for international travellers to note.
As shared by the CCSA, the Thailand Pass QR code will be auto-generated immediately after registration, and airlines are required to pre-check for the Thailand Pass QR code prior to issuing boarding passes to travellers.
Upon arrival in Thailand, travellers are required to go through a health screening process at the airport.
Foreign travellers are reminded to ensure they upload the correct documents and carry them along, in case they are required to show the documents for verification.