Vaccination Passport Thailand: How to Get It

Vaccination Passport Thailand: How to Get It

iVisa | Updated on Nov 22, 2021

If you’re dreaming of traveling, we’ve got good news for you: it is possible nowadays. It might be difficult to enter some countries due to the risk with the coronavirus, but since ‘vaccine certificates’ are getting popular, little by little we’ll be getting back to normal.

These ‘vaccine certificates’ are popular in many countries like Thailand. That’s why you might have heard the term ‘Vaccination Passport Thailand’. This document is the same as the ‘health declaration’, but with the difference that it can also be used to inform the authorities that you’ve been vaccinated against coronavirus.

We can help you get this document easily and fast. To learn more about the process to obtain it, we recommend you read the information in the questions below.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a ‘vaccine certificate’ and what other items are necessary to apply for it to travel to Thailand?

The ‘Vaccinatio n Passport Thailand’ is what we know as a health certificate to confirm you’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19. However, this document can also be used to verify you’ve been tested negative for this virus. It works the same as a ‘health declaration’ or ‘T8 Form’, with the only difference that the vaccine passport might be more related to the coronavirus vaccine and other updates.

However, we’re happy to announce that we can offer you this certificate online. Please remember that you must have all of these items before entering Thailand:

  • The Health Declaration, available on our website.
  • Your valid and current passport.
  • Your valid email address so that you can obtain the updated information.
  • Your credit/debit card, or your Paypal account to pay for the document fees.

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Will I have to quarantine once I arrive in Thailand?

On April 29, the Thai government announced that all travelers must quarantine for the full 14-day period as the country battles a third wave of the virus. We recommend you stay alert to our website for more upcoming information about it.

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How much does this certificate cost and when can I get it?

We told you before that the Vaccination Passport Thailand is the same as the Health Declaration, so the prices are also the same. In case there are changes related to this information, we’ll let you know through our FAQ Page.

  • Standard Processing Time: 7 days - USD 20.00
  • Rush Processing Time: 5 days - USD 35.00
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 3 days - USD 60.00

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How to get a vaccine certificate for Thailand

It’s quite simple to obtain a Thailand Health Declaration with our services. We remind you that this health declaration works the same as a vaccinate certificate, and it can be useful not only for the coronavirus pandemic, but also to not only to check you’re not infected with coronavirus but also to confirm you haven’t been infected with other diseases like Malaria and Yellow Fever.

To apply within a few minutes with us, you have to follow this 3-step process:

  • The first step is to complete the online questionnaire and select a processing speed according to your travel plans.
  • The second step is to check all the information you previously wrote to ensure they’re correct. After that, follow up with the payment by using your debit/credit card or Paypal.
  • The third step is to upload and add all the necessary items to the form so that you can complete the process successfully.

That would be all the things to do! After you’re done, wait for your document via email inbox!

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Is iVisa.com safe?

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Where can I obtain more information about the Vaccination Passport Thailand?

Do not stress if you still have questions to solve! We’re ready to help you understand the ‘Vaccination Passport Thailand’ better. For that, we invite you to check our FAQ page at any time. You’re also free to contact us online if you prefer to obtain personal assistance.

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Get your vaccine certificate now and get ready to explore this fabulous country!

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