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Table summary of travel restriction and quarantine information

CountriesTravel Restrictions and Quarantine Information
Brunei Darussalam

More information available at: https://www.bruneitourism.com/covid19-travellers-advisory/

Entry Travel Pass Applications To Enter Brunei Darussalam
Beginning from 15th September 2020, Entry Travel Pass will be issued for inbound travelers of foreign nationalities arriving in Brunei Darussalam. The Entry Travel Pass may be issued for the following individuals:

  • Essential business travel (including official travel)
  • Students
  • Individual primarily here for the purpose of medical treatment
  • Compassionate and other special circumstances, such as parents, spouse, or other immediate family members of Brunei Citizens or Residents

Applications will be reviewed for considerations on a case-to-case basis by authorities.

Important note for eligibility of Entry Travel Pass:

  • Travelers must have remained within the country of departure for the last 14 days prior to departure for Brunei
  • Transit while en-route to Brunei is only permitted in a country with an equivalent or lower risk category as per Ministry of Health risk assessment. The traveler may not leave the airport while in transit.
    • Applications must be submitted at least 8 working days before intended date of travel by the sponsoring (receiving) agency or sponsoring family member in Brunei Darussalam on behalf of the traveler via Entry Travel Pass portal. The contact person of the sponsoring agency or sponsoring family member must be available to be contacted at all times.
    • If the traveler is intending to make official travel to Brunei Darussalam, the sponsoring agency being a national authority or government agency must submit a supporting letter from the Permanent Secretary or Head of said agency.
    • If the traveler is intending to make business travel to Brunei Darussalam, the sponsoring agency being a private company must obtain and submit a letter of endorsement from the relevant Brunei Darussalam authority or government agency.
    • Upon arrival, travelers will be required to undergo self-isolation at hotel accommodation for a period of between 2 to 14 days depending on the self-isolation notice that is given upon arrival as determined by the Ministry of Health’s risk assessment. Accommodation for the duration of post-arrival self-isolation must be selected from the drop down menu on the Entry Travel Pass application page. It is the responsibility of the traveler or Sponsoring agency to book directly with hoteliers and secure such accommodation before arrival. It is advised to make a minimum booking duration of 6 days stay at the hotel and to refer to respective hotels on their refund/cancellation policies. Change of hotel during the determined isolation period is not allowed.
    • The guidelines of the Entry Pass applications to enter Brunei Darussalam can be accessed on The Prime Minister’s Office website www.pmo.gov.bn/travelportal.

Pre-Departure Covid-19 Test

  • Travelers are required to undertake pre-departure COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (SARS-COV-2 RT-PCR) testing within 72 hours prior to departure at a designated medical center that is recognized by the government of the country of departure. Travelers should refrain from leaving their place of residence for non-essential reasons during the period of time between undergoing the PCR test and departing the country for Brunei Darussalam.
  • Travelers should obtain a negative SARS-COV-2 RT-PCR test result from the authorities designated by the respective governments, before travelling to Brunei. The test result certificate must clearly state ‘RT-PCR’ in order to be authenticated. Where there are circumstances that the traveler is unable to obtain such test, the sponsor must obtain an exemption letter from Ministry of Health, Brunei Darussalam via e-mail at health@moh.gov.bn
Cambodia

    Latest COVID-19 Updates
    Starting from 30th November 2021, Cambodia will reopen for fully vaccinated tourists starting from the safe destination such as Preah Sihanouk City and Koh Rong city if Preah Sihanouk province and Dara Sakor Tourist resort in Koh Kong province, followed by Siem Reap province in January 2022. More information about Cambodia’s reopening is available at: https://tourismcambodia.org/official-activities/notice-on-reopening-for-vaccinated-tourists

  1. All visa exemptions, visas on arrival and e-visas are suspended. This does not apply to passengers with a diplomatic visa (Visa A) or an official visa (Visa B) issued by Cambodia (tourist visas are still on suspension).
  2. JC International Airlines will resume its flight from Kunming-Phnom Penh on 2nd September 2020 weekly every Wednesday.
  3. For foreign travellers who are investors-businesspersons, company staffs, experts, skilled workers, technicians and family members, who are sponsored
    1. Before arriving in Cambodia,
      Foreign travellers must have the following documents:
      1. Medical Certificate issued by health authorities, recognized and certified by the Government of his/her home country indicating that he/she is COVID-19 negative for 72 hours prior to the departure.
      2. Validation Certificate on Payment Guarantee which is issued and approved by the RGC.
      3. Valid visa
      4. Letters or documents confirming hotel reservation (Proof of Online Booking) for accommodation, in which the reservation must be made at least three (3) days prior to the departure.
      5. Proof of Health Insurance package for COVID-19 treatment purchased by travellers, with a cost of USD90 and is valid for 20 days
    2. While arriving at International Airports in Cambodia
      • b.1: Foreign travellers shall:
        1. Present all document above to authority
        2. Have the right to use Special Priority Lane, after having the above-mentioned required documents inspected, to receive the COVID-19 medical examination, facilitated by health officials before being transported to the reserved hotels.
      • b2: In the event that the foreign travellers have to be quarantined for 14 days, the sponsor must be responsible for all expenses. The sponsor is required to:
        • Pay in full to the hotel for all expenses based on the actual invoice, for the 14-day hotel accommodation expenses, within the 7-day stay.
        • Pay to the MOH for the fees of the following-up COVID-19 medical examination tests at the end of the 14-day quarantine period.
      • b3: In the event that the foreign travellers have contracted the COVID-19 virus during their stay in Cambodia, the sponsor is required to cover all medical expenses until the patient is fully recovered, and to pay to the public hospital where the patient has been admitted for treatment.
  4. For foreign travellers who are investors-businesspersons, company staffs, experts, skilled workers, technicians and family members, who have not been sponsored but invited:
    1. Before arriving in Cambodia Foreign travellers shall have the following documents:
      1. Medical Certificate issued by health authorities, recognized and certified by the Government of his/her home country indicating that he/she is COVID-19 negative for72 hours prior to the departure.
      2. The Validation Confiscate of invitation which is issued and approved by RGC which is done by online.
      3. Valid visa
      4. Proof of Health Insurance package for COVID-19 treatment purchased by travellers, with a cost of USD90 and is valid for 20 days.
      5. Letters or documents confirming hotel reservation (Proof of Online Booking)
    2. When arriving at International Airports in Cambodia Foreign travellers shall:
      1. Present all document above to authority
      2. Deposit USD2,000 to cover hotel accommodation costs while waiting for COVID-19 test result, medical examination fees, local transportation cost from the international airport to reserved hotel and expenses during quarantine period, in the case that any fellow travellers are tested positive for COVID-19
      3. Have the right to use Special Priority Lane, after having the above-mentioned required documents inspected, to receive the COVID-19 medical examination, facilitated by health officials before being transported to the reserved hotels.
    3. Noted: everything will be made by online. Furthermore, travellers are advised to seek more clarification from the Royal Embassy of Cambodia or consulate in their country to ensure their documents will be accepted for entry to Cambodia.
Indonesia
    The COVID-19 Pandemic situation in Indonesia had shown improvements, the Indonesian Government has relaxed the travel restrictions by allowing a number of foreign travel groups to enter Indonesia. The following foreign travelers may enter Indonesia under the new regulations:
  1. Diplomatic and Official visa holders
  2. Diplomatic and Official stay permit;
  3. Holders of Indonesia Temporary Residence Card (KITAS) and Indonesia Permanent Residence Card (KITAP). Visit https://izintinggal-online.imigrasi.go.id/ for more information;
  4. Visitor visas, including but not limited to:
    • ​​​211 A Visa; This visa includes tourist, emergency, business, film, medical visit, official visit, yachters and G20 or the 144th International Parliamentary Union (IPU) meetings.
    • ​211B Visa; This visa includes foreign workers in probation.
  5. Limited stay visa, including but not limited to:
    • C312 Visa (work visa);
    • C313 Visa(1-year foreign investment projects in Indonesia);
    • C314 Visa (2-year foreign investment projects in Indonesia);
    • C316 Visa (educational visits);
    • C317 Visa (family reunification)
  6. All non-immigrant crew members or cabin crews arriving any vessel or aircraft from any port or place outside Indonesia.Asia-Pacific Economic Economic Cooperation (APEC) Business Travel Card holder; and
  7. Traditional Border Crossing pass/card holder

  8. Visa on Arrivals (VoA) are still suspended until further notice.

Lao PDR
  1. Flights to Lao PDR are suspended until 30 September 2020. This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac and repatriation flights.
  2. Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative COVID19 test result issued at most 72 hours before departure.
  3. A completed health declaration form must be presented upon arrival.
  4. Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days.
  5. Airline crew are subject to medical screening and quarantine until their next flight.
  6. Also off-limits are traditional border crossings, which will remain closed with the exception of freight transportation.
Malaysia
  1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Malaysia, except:
    • Nationals of Malaysia.
    • Permanent residents of Malaysia with a MyPR card.
    • Passengers with an official passport on a diplomatic mission.
    • Students with an immigration approval.
    • Passengers with a sticker label visa in their passport specifying that they are spouses or children of nationals of Malaysia.
    • Passengers with a Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) with a printed entry permission from Immigration Department of Malaysia
    • Citizen under Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) and Periodic Commuting Arrangement (PCA) programme (Subject to terms and condition)
  2. Passengers are subject to medical screening and subject to quarantine at government monitored facilities for 14 10 days, at their own expense. Individuals who have undergone the COVID-19 RT-PCR screening within 72 hours prior to departure, will be quarantined for 7 days from the day of arrival. (Amendment: 13 December 2020)
  3. Beginning on the 15th of November 2020, all foreign citizens who are allowed to enter Malaysia are REQUIRED to make the payment online via MySafeTravel or MyQr application (by MYEG) for their quarantine cost and COVID-19 test prior to their departure. The online payment system can be accessed via https://safetravel.myeg.com.my/. Malaysian citizens who wish to return to Malaysia after the date above are also encourage to pay via the system prior to their departure. You are only required to disclose the proof of payment during the clearance process at the International Entry Point in Malaysia
  4. Passengers must install ‘MySejahtera app’ in their smart phone and must present a Letter of Approval (Entry Permit) issued by a Malaysian representation, to carriers prior to departure and to immigration upon arrival.
  5. Individuals who are subject to quarantine orders will be referred to as Person Under Surveillance (PUS). The government has determined that, PUS will be quarantined in a hotel that has been gazetted and scheduled as a Quarantine Station on the day of arrival OR choose to be quarantined in a hotel that offers premium services. For that purpose, PUS needs to confirm the selection of Quarantine Station three (3) days before the departure date via MySejahtera mobile application.
  6. Airline crew are subject to quarantine until their next flight; and must install ‘MySejahtera app’ in their smart phone. Transfer from an international flight to a domestic flight is not allowed. This does not apply to nationals of Malaysia traveling to Sabah or Sarawak.
Myanmar
  1. In order to contain the spread of COVID-19 in Myanmar effectively, the National Central Committee of Prevention, Control and Treatment of COVID-19 has decided to further extend the suspension of all international commercial passenger flights from any of its airports until 30 November 2021.This does not apply to medevac flights. Relief flights, all-cargo flights and special flights approved by the Myanmar Department of Civil Aviation are also exempted. A limited schedule of domestic flights is operating.
  2. In order to protect from the risk of importation of COVID-19, the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar has extended the existing travel restrictions until 30 November 2021. The Myanmar Government suspended all types of visa (including social visit visas), and visa exemption for visitors of all countries until 30 November 2021. Temporary suspension for all new e-visa applications takes effect on 20 March 2020 till 30 November 2021. Visa on Arrival (VOA) operation has suspended to travellers from (55) countries at three international airports: Nay Pyi Taw, Yangon and Mandalay.
  3. Ministry of Health lifts temporary travel bans to residents of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and travellers who had visited these countries during the last 14 days, from visiting Myanmar to prevent spread of the new SARS-CoV-2 Variant starting from 31 August, 2021.
  4. Ministry of Health lifts temporary travel bans to residents of the Republic of India and the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and travellers who had visited these countries during the last 14 days, from visiting Myanmar. The temporary restrictive measures take effect starting from 24 September 2021.
  5. Ministry of Health has announced that due to the decline rate of infected people and effective control of COVID-19 pandemic, people residing in (50) townships of regions and states are removed from the Stay-at-Home program on 28 October 2021.Basic Education Schools, Private Schools and Monastic Schools in areas of declining COVID-19 infection are reopened on 1 November 2021 with the COVID-19 Prevention Program.
  6. As stated by the National – Level Central Committee for Prevention, Control, and Treatment of COVID-19, it is instructed that foreign nationals in urgent need for implementing the projects, businesses, constructions and official matters that cooperate with the Myanmar Government, wishing to enter Myanmar must present Laboratory Evidence of Absence of COVID-19 Infection (Real-Time RT-PCR Nasal Swab Result ) taken 72 hours with the way of Fast Track before departure from their current destination.
  7. Travellers must submit health declaration card and present laboratory evidence of absence of COVID-19 infection (RT-PCR) to Health officials present at the airport upon arrival to Myanmar. Thermal screening would be carried out in respect of all the passengers by the Health officials present at the airport. The travellers found to be symptomatic during screening shall be immediately isolated and taken to medical facility as per health protocol.
  8. Quarantine requirements for travellers are:
    All incoming Myanmar nationals shall be subjected to 10-day facility quarantine or hotel quarantine on arrival.
    All foreigners shall be subjected to 10-day hotel quarantine on arrival.
    All diplomats accredited to Myanmar and United Nations officials shall be subjected to home quarantine for 10 days on their arrival in Myanmar. (As per Ministry of Foreign Affairs classification on diplomatic and UN status.)
  9. All travellers have been tested for COVID-19 by RT-PCR on Day 3 and Day 7 during their quarantine period and shall be required to pay for testing. Travellers who tested positive for COVID-19 shall be immediately isolated and taken to a medical facility as per health protocol and shall bear the medical cost and other costs related to isolation and treatment in designated health facilities.
  10. With a view to preventing the spread of COVID-19, the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar has temporarily suspended entry of any foreign nationals through any border check point being opened between Myanmar and its neighbouring countries. The entry and exit of local population on both sides of the border through the existing check points concerned will not be restricted. All passengers arriving to Myanmar will be subject to health check and temperature screening at the entry of the border check points.
  11. Wearing mask is obligated in all public places.
  12. Myanmar’s COVID-19 positive cases have been declining to 2.55% reported on 21 November 2021 according to the Ministry of Health. COVID-19 vaccine is being injected to those of priority groups in regions and states for prevention and control of the disease. Up to 20 November 2021, a total of 15.39 million people have been vaccinated. Of them, 10.47 million people have been vaccinated two times and 4.9 million people once.
  13. For more information, please visit
    Ministry of Hotels and Tourism- www.tourism.gov.mm
    Ministry of Health- www.mohs.gov.mm
    Ministry of immigration and population- www.mip.gov.mm
    Global news light of Myanmar- www.gnlm.com.mm
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs- www.mofa.gov.mm
The Philippines

Based on the Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) Resolutions No. 52, 56, 57, and 60, the following are allowed to enter the Philippines upon completion of the conditions as set by the IATF:

  • Filipinos
  • Foreign spouse and minor children of Filipinos*
  • Children with Special needs (regardless of age) of Filipinos*
  • Foreign parent of minor Filipinos*
  • Foreign parent of Filipino children with special needs (regardless of age) *
  • Accredited foreign government and international organizations officials and their dependents
  • Foreign airline crew members
  • Foreign seafarers with 9(c) visas
  • Foreign nationals with the following long term visas:
    • Section 13 series of Commonwealth Act No.613, as amended
      • 13 Quota, 13(a), 13(b), 13(c), 13(d), 13(e), 13(g) visas
    • RA 7919 visa
    • EO 324 visa
    • Native Born visa
    • Temporary Resident visa relative to Section 13 of CA 613, as amended

*Those without an existing valid visa (including those who previously enjoyed visa-free privileges) must apply for an entry visa at the nearest Philippine Foreign Service Post

Additional requirements for arriving foreigners:

  • Must have valid and existing visa at the time of entry
  • with pre-booked accredited quarantine facility
  • with pre-booked COVID-19 testing provider
  • Subject to the maximum capacity of inbound passengers as set by the National Task Force for COVID19
Singapore Latest COVID-19 Updates
  1. Travelling to Singapore via SafeTravel Lane arrangement

    As the global situation evolves, Singapore will continue to adjust border measures and any changes to border measures will be updated on the SafeTravel website. Singapore has arranged Safe Travel Lanes with various countries/regions to facilitate shorter term entry into Singapore.

    Travellers approved for entry should refer to the specific requirements and process for the respective Safe Travel Lanes they are entering Singapore on and be prepared to be subjected to the prevailing border measures upon entry. Please visit https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/arriving/overview to find out which SafeTravel Lanes you can use to enter Singapore.


  2. Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) Scheme

    For the latest updates and details on Singapore’s Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) Scheme, please visit https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/vtl/requirements-and-process

    This webpage details the VTL travel and application requirements for fully vaccinated travellers seeking entry into Singapore. All travellers must be fully vaccinated for at least 2 weeks before arrival in Singapore, and must have a valid proof of vaccination issued in any VTL country/region or Singapore. Unvaccinated children aged 12 and below in this calendar year of 2021 can travel to Singapore via the VTL if accompanies by a fully vaccinated VTL traveller.


  3. Travellers planning to visit Singapore should also visit the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) webpage for the latest information on the latest COVID-19 updates in Singapore. The health control requirements would also be stated as conditions of entry approval where relevant.
  4. SG Arrival Card (SGAC) e-Service – Health Declarations

    Travellers must submit their health declaration to ICA (Immigration & Checkpoints Authority) before arrival via the SG Arrival Card (SGAC) e-Service or via the mobile application. This does not apply to travellers transiting/transferring through Singapore without seeking immigration clearance.


  5. COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction Test (“PCR Test”) & Stay-Home Notice (SHN)

    In general, travellers under SHN are required to take a mandatory COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction test (“PCR Test”) onwards the end of their SHN. Travellers can check their required SHN duration and required COVID-19 tests on the individual SafeTravel Lanes pages. Travellers approved for entry into Singapore should refer to their Entry Approval Letter or SafeTravel Pass for details on whether they are required to serve their SHN an COVID-19 test to take. The Stay-Home Notice (SHN) is a legal notice issued under the Infectious Diseases Act that requires travellers to remain in their place of residence or SHN Dedicated Facility (SDF) for a stipulated period. Failure to comply with any SHN requirement is punishable under Singapore laws and can amount to an imprisonment term and/or fine. For more information on PCR testing, SHN and SDF, please visit: https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/health


  6. Mandatory COVID-19 Travel Insurance

    With effect from 11.59pm on 31 January 2021, short-term visitors applying to enter Singapore via the Air Travel Pass (ATP) and Reciprocal Green Lanes (RGLs) will need to have Travel Insurance for their COVID-19-related medical treatment and hospitalisation costs in Singapore, with a minimum coverage of S$30,000. The travel insurance will help them pay for the costs of their medical treatment in Singapore. Visitors should purchase travel insurance prior to travelling to Singapore. Travel insurance may be purchased from Singapore-based or overseas insurers. A list of available insurance products can be found at: https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/health/travelinsurance


  7. Safe Travel Concierge

    Travellers are encouraged to register for a Safe Travel Concierge (STC) account (registration is free), which is a one-stop portal launched by Changi Airport Group (CAG) for passengers flying to Singapore amid COVID-19.This online concierge service allows passengers to book their on-arrival COVID-19 PCR test and check if they have completed all the pre-travel requirements to enter the country. It also provides easy access to the information and forms (e.g. Immigration and Checkpoints Authority’s (ICA) electronic arrival card and health declaration form) for the passengers instead of searching different websites to apply for pre-travel documents.


  8. IATA Travel Pass

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed Singapore’s acceptance of pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test results on the IATA Travel Pass.From 1 May 2021, passengers traveling to Singapore will be able to use the IATA Travel Pass to share their pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test results upon check-in with their airline (where applicable), as well as on-arrival at the immigration checkpoints at Changi Airport. This is part of an ongoing collaboration between the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and IATA to facilitate seamless and efficient travel through digital certificates of COVID-19 tests.

For more information, please refer to: https://www.iata.org/en/pressroom/pr/2021-04-06-01/

*This information is accurate as at 31 October 2021. Please visit the respective websites for the latest updates.

Thailand

Latest Info Thailand Reopening

From 1 November 2021, Thailand is welcoming fully vaccinated visitors from around the world via two specially-designed entry schemes: TEST & GO Exemption from Quarantine and Living in the “Blue Zone” (17 Sandbox Destinations). Partially or unvaccinated visitors are also much welcomed via the Happy Quarantine requirements.


Exemption from Quarantine (Test & Go)

Before You Arrive

Requirements:

  • Travel by air from the approved countries/territories where travellers must have stayed for 21 days or more.

  • Returning Thais and foreign residents, who previously travelled from Thailand, are exempt from this requirement.

 

Required Documents:

  • A Certificate of Vaccination (fully vaccinated) with an approved vaccine at least 14 days before travelling.

  • Those previously infected within 3 months must have received 1 dose of an approved vaccine at least 14 days before travelling.

  • Travellers under 12 years of age, travelling with parents or guardians, are exempt from the vaccination requirement.

  • A Medical Certificate with an RT-PCR lab result indicating that COVID-19 is not detected issued no more than 72 hours before travelling (all travellers).

  • A confirmed payment for a 1-night stay at SHA+, AQ, OQ, or AHQ accommodation, and 1 RT-PCR test.

  • An insurance policy with coverage no less than US$50,000.

 

Applying for a Thailand Pass

(1) Register for a Thailand Pass at https://tp.consular.go.th/ (available from 1 November, 2021). Until then, apply for a Certificate of Entry (COE) at https://coethailand.mfa.go.th/.

(2) Upload the required document (along with the valid visa/re-entry permit, if required), and allow 3-5 working days for the approval process. Wait for the approval of the Vaccine Certification and paid accommodation, including the RT-PCR test.

(3) Confirm the approval, and receive a Thailand Pass QR Code (or COE).

 

 

Arrival in Thailand

 

(4) Present the Thailand Pass QR Code (or COE) to the Health Control to carry out checks, then proceed through the Immigration procedures.


(5) Undergo the RT-PCR COVID-19 test at the reserved accommodation, or the pre-arranged test centre. (Children aged under 6 years have a saliva test.)

(6) Proceed to the hotel by the pre-arranged airport transfer. (Distance from the airport within 2 hours.)

(7) Download and install the MorChana application at the hotel.

During Your Stay

(8) Wait for the test result within the hotel room.
(9) If testing negative for COVID-19, you will receive an Antigen Test Kit (ATK) for COVID-19 self-testing on Day 6-7.
(10) Get an alert for the self ATK testing on Day 6-7, and to record the result in the MorChana application.
(11) Practice the D-M-H-T-T-A precautions: – Distancing, – Mask wearing, H – Handwashing, T – Temperature check, T – Testing for COVID-19, and A – alert application.

 

 

When You Are Leaving

(12) Free to go anywhere in Thailand or leave Thailand to other countries. However, travellers are advised to follow the guidelines and measures announced by the respective province/country of their destination.

For more information, please visit: https://www.tatnews.org/thailand-reopening/.


*Remark: Kindly note the information is subject to change without prior notice.


Living in the “Blue Zone” (17 Sandbox Destinations)

Before You Arrive

Requirements:

  • Travel by air from any country around the world.

  • Stay the first 7 nights within one of the 17 Blue Zone Sandbox destinations if planning to continue the journey to other destinations in Thailand.

Required Documents:

  • A Certificate of Vaccination (fully vaccinated) with an approved vaccine at least 14 days before travelling.

  • Those previously infected within 3 months must have received 1 dose of an approved vaccine at least 14 days before travelling.

  • Travellers under 18 years of age, travelling with parents or guardians, are exempt from the vaccination requirement.

  • A Medical Certificate with an RT-PCR lab result indicating that COVID-19 is not detected issued no more than 72 hours before travelling (all travellers).

  • A confirmed payment for SHA+ accommodation, and RT-PCR test.

  • An insurance policy with coverage no less than US$50,000.


Applying for a Thailand Pass

(1) Register for a Thailand Pass at https://tp.consular.go.th/ (available from 1 November, 2021). Until then, apply for a Certificate of Entry (COE) at https://coethailand.mfa.go.th/.

 

(2) Upload the required document (along with the valid visa/re-entry permit, if required), and allow 3-5 working days for the approval process. Wait for the approval of the Vaccine Certification and paid accommodation, including the RT-PCR test.

(3) Confirm the approval, and receive a Thailand Pass QR Code (or COE).

Arrival in Thailand

 

(4) Present the Thailand Pass QR Code (or COE) to the Health Control to carry out checks, then proceed through the Immigration procedures.

(5) Undergo the RT-PCR COVID-19 test at the reserved accommodation, or the pre-arranged test centre. (Children aged under 6 years have a saliva test.)

(6) Proceed to the hotel by the pre-arranged airport transfer. (Distance from the airport within 5 hours.)

(7) Download and install the MorChana application at the hotel.

(8) Wait for the test result within the hotel room.


During Your Stay

(9) Stay at least the first 7 nights within one of the 17 Blue Zone Sandbox destinations if planning to continue the journey to other destinations in Thailand.

 

(10) If staying less than 7 nights, you must leave Thailand immediately on a direct flight to another country. *All travellers are subject to 2 required COVID-19 tests: the first test upon arrival by an RT-PCR method, and the second test on Day 6-7 by self-testing ATK. (Effective on 1 November, 2021 onwards)


(11) Practice the D-M-H-T-T-A precautions: D – Distancing, – Mask wearing, H – Handwashing, T – Temperature check, T – Testing for COVID-19, and A – alert application.

 

 

When You Are Leaving

 

(12) After having completed a 7-night stay in one of the 17 Blue Zone Sandbox destinations, you are free to go anywhere in Thailand or leave Thailand to other countries. However, travellers are advised to follow the guidelines and measures announced by the respective province/country of their destination.

For more information, please visit: https://www.tatnews.org/thailand-reopening/.

 

*Remark: Kindly note the information is subject to change without prior notice.

Vietnam
  1. Passengers are not allowed to enter Vietnam, except:
    • Nationals of Vietnam.
    • Passengers with a diplomatic or an official passport.
    • Passengers traveling on business as experts, business managers or high-tech workers.
  2. Suspension of visa exemptions for nationals of Belarus, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea and Russian Federation with a normal passport.
  3. Certificates of Visa Exemption issued to residents of China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Republic of Korea, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom are no longer valid.
  4. Suspension of visa on arrival facilities.
  5. A Health Declaration Form must be completed before arrival. The form can be found at https://tokhaiyte.vn/
  6. Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days.
  7. Airline crew must make a medical declaration and are subject to quarantine until their next flight.
  8. Passengers traveling on business, as experts, must have an international medical insurance or guarantee that the hosting company will pay if there are COVID19 treatment costs; and have a Coronavirus (COVID-19) test taken by Real time-PCR technique, between 3 to 7 days before arrival, in a laboratory approved by the Vietnamese government or under the laboratory system of the World Health Organization.

*Disclaimer: The current information has been collected by ASEAN Secretariat directly from Members States. The information is correct to the best of ASEAN Secretariat’s knowledge at the time of publication is being reviewed and updated on an ongoing basis as the pandemic evolve. 

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