Since July 1st, trips to Thailand are again conditionally possible for foreigners, mainly for:
- People who are married to Thais or are parents of Thai children.
- Family members of people with a work permit in Thailand.
- Students from certain schools.
- Business travelers from certain countries.
For actual information, we recommend to contact your next Thai embassy.
As a review:
On April 1 2020, the international airports and all Thai borders were closed.
Before the international airport closed, travellers were required to have a health insurance with coverage of at least USD 100,000 and a negative COVID19 test not older than 72 hours before boarding.
This was followed by a 14-day self-quarantine with a tracking app from the Thai government to check the self-quarantine.
The self-quarantine was later converted into a 14 days quarantine in one of the governmental approved and restricted hotels under police surveillance. Only for emergencies it was possible to leave the hotel.
Since May 1st, restaurants can be visited again after a one-month ban and alcohol can again be bought again in supermarkets also a after a month's ban.
The destinations Pattaya and Phuket as well as other provinces remained closed for several weeks and it was not possible to enter.
Since June 1st, massage parlors have been allowed to reopen under special conditions.
National flight connections have been resumed since June 1st.
On June 15, the curfew has been lifted and alcohol could again be consumed in restaurants. However, bars, pubs and nightclubs remained closed until July 1st.
Facemasks are compulsory throughout the country in public and also when in the car.
In supermarkets and shopping centres there is also a strict mask requirement and you have to log in and out in every store electronically with a QR code or manually with telephone information.
Entertainment in amusement parks, zoos, tours, etc. is possible to a limited extent and social distancing is still very much practiced.
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