Vaccinated travelers: Thailand has a new plan for you


As the borders are opening slowly, the travel rules for vaccinated travelers are changing too. Thailand is one of those countries that has come up with a four-stage plan for the travelers entering the country after getting vaccinated.
The country has come up with this plan as they are handling the coronavirus exceptionally well and have been shut for travelers since March 2020. Now that the vaccine is introduced, they are planning to open the borders and revive their economy
The 1st part of the four-stage plan will start from 1st April; in this plan, tourists who are vaccinated can enter the country through Krabi, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Phang Nga Pattaya. Once they enter the country, they will have to get tested and have to download the tracing app, and follow all the government guidelines.
The passenger will also have to show a proof organization that has been approved by the WHO and shows a coronavirus certificate which shows you are negative. The certificate should be provided 72 hours before their departure.
Passengers traveling to Phuket and have received both the doses of vaccine will have to undergo quarantine for seven days 1st July onwards. In the third phase, during October, the passengers entering the cities mentioned above will be allowed to enter provided they are fascinated thoroughly.


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