In some districts, entertainment venues will be allowed to stay open until 2 a.m., while in others, they will be allowed to close at 1 a.m. International travelers can report their symptoms on the Thailand Pass website if they feel ill while in Thailand. When additional information becomes available, we’ll keep you informed. The 77 provinces of Thailand will be certified as “Green” zones (or monitoring regions), allowing entertainment establishments to open across the country. After the modification takes effect, the CCSA will send out another message. According to Dr. Taweesilp Visanuyothin, wearing a mask in open, outside conditions is optional in Thailand.

The CCSA met with Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and the Ministry of Public Health this afternoon to discuss the Thailand Pass, “zones,” closing hours for entertainment venues, face masks, and temperature checks. Random document checks will be undertaken at the airport, according to the CCSA, and anyone without the right documents will be subjected to a professional ATK test. According to the CCSA, the Thailand Pass will be phased out fully on July 1st. According to the CCSA, high-risk persons and the elderly should continue to use masks as a precaution. The CCSA recommends continuing to wear a mask in crowded situations when maintaining social distance is difficult, such as congested marketplaces, public transit, or venues with large audiences or swarms.

The Thailand Pass will continue to exist after July 1, but it will serve a completely different purpose. After July 1, travelers entering Thailand will be asked to show proof of immunization history. Travelers will no longer require Covid-19 insurance. According to the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, Thailand’s Covid-19 rules have lately experienced substantial revisions (CCSA). Temperature measurement devices are no longer required at all places in Thailand. They may still be used in select “high-risk” situations.

When this goes into effect, the CCSA will make a formal announcement, although we expect it to be July 1st. All amusement establishments had to close at midnight previously. A negative “Professional” ATK test result is required for those who have not been vaccinated. On July 1st, it is expected to go into effect. Travelers without confirmation of vaccination history or a negative ATK test result can still enter Thailand, but they may be subjected to an ATK test once they arrive. Travelers of any nationality will no longer be required to obtain a Thailand Pass to enter the country beginning July 1.

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