The Ultimate Guide to COVID-19 Travel Restrictions

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Last updated on July 1, 2020

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Thailand COVID-19 Travel Update

Travel Status

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COVID-19 Statistics

New confirmed cases: NA (NA)
Total confirmed cases: NA (NA)
Total deaths: NA (NA)
Stringency Index: NA (NA)

International Travel

Restrictions apply for inbound and outbound travel. See below for more details.

Inbound Travel: Who can travel into Thailand?

As of July 1, 2020, the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand has partially lifted the ban on international flights.

Aircraft carrying the following types of travelers may be permitted to enter and exit the country:

  • Thai nationals.
  • Non-Thai nationals who are the spouse, children, or parent of a Thai national.
  • Non-Thai nationals with a valid certificate of residence.
  • Non-Thai nationals with a valid work permit.
  • Travelers who have been granted special permission from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to enter Thailand, such as foreign diplomats and government representatives.
  • Other exceptions and conditions apply. Click here for more information.

Until further notice, all other foreign travelers will not be allowed to enter Thailand.

Outbound Travel: Who can travel out of Thailand?

  • Aircraft carrying the types of travelers mentioned above may be permitted to fly out of the country.
  • However, very few commercial flights currently operate out of Thailand and are subject to cancellation without notice. Contact your airline for advice.

For the most up-to-date international travel information, refer to the Department of Disease Control of Thailand and the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT).

Visa & Quarantine Measures

Travelers who enter Thailand will be subjected to the measures under the country’s communicable disease law. This may include a public health screening, 14-day quarantine in a state facility, and other regulations under the Emergency Decree on State of Emergency.

For more information on Thailand’s visa and quarantine procedures, refer to announcements made by the Department of Disease Control of Thailand and the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT).

Domestic Travel

Individuals are required to practice health and safety routines, including social distancing and wearing a mask in public.

  • Thailand has extended the nationwide state of emergency until July 31, 2020. This affects access to certain high-risk areas and entertainment venues.
  • Masks must be worn on public transport. Most shops have implemented the same rule.
  • Domestic flights have resumed with extra safety protocols. Routes between 14 provinces have been reinstated by Nok Air, AirAsia, Thai Lion Air, and Thai Vietjet Air.

For the most up-to-date domestic travel information, refer to the Department of Disease Control of Thailand and the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Newsroom.

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Sources

  1. Domestic flights resume with extra safety protocols: Nok Air, AirAsia, Thai Lion Air and Thai Vietjet Air were allowed to reinstate flights between 14 provinces after a month-long suspension now that the number of Covid-19 infections was falling.

  2. For the period of 1-30 June, 2020, Bangkok has allowed several types of businesses and activities to reopen.

  3. The state of emergency has been extended until July 31, 2020, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.

  4. From July 1, 2020, the international travel ban is expected to be lifted for nationals, residents, their families, diplomats, people with work permits, and people with special permissions.

  5. Certain airports are still operating, including Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok. Limited outbound flights available.

  6. Passengers will be subject to the measures under communicable disease law, such as a 14-day state quarantine and the regulations under the Emergency Decree on State Emergency.

Disclaimer

Advisories may change without warning. Please check official government websites for up-to-date information on travel restrictions prior to your journeys. This project displays information that is related only to COVID-19 travel restrictions and not to existing restrictions.

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