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DOCUMENT OVERVIEW
The Thailand Pass is a travel document that must be filled out by visitors of all nationalities before their arrival in the country. The purpose of the form is to help the Thai government to manage the risks related to travel during the ongoing pandemic.

The Thailand Pass does NOT replace a visa in any way. If your nationality requires a visa to visit Thailand, you still need to get one. Apply now for your Thailand Pass with iVisa.com

WHO CAN ENTER THAILAND WITH THIS DOCUMENT
The Thailand Pass is required for all nationalities without exception. The Health Declaration does not replace a visa, so be sure to get one if your nationality needs a visa to enter Thailand. You can check this information on our Visa Checker tool at the top right of this page.

See the FAQs for other required documents for entering Thailand.

All citizens eligible can apply for the document here.

OBTAIN THE THAILAND PASS
You can fill in the application for the Thailand Pass online with iVisa.com at any time. However, all travelers must register for the Thailand Pass online at least 7 business days before departure. On the application, you’ll have to provide personal information and details about your intended stay in Thailand as well as health information. Applicants are required to have a confirmed flight ticket before submitting the form, you can check the list of documents needed to apply in the following FAQs.

Once the pass is approved, travelers will be emailed a QR code and must be ready to present the accompanying QR code on their mobile device or as a printed copy on arrival.

Visit the application page to complete the Thailand Pass.

DISPLAY THE FORM
After applying online with us, travelers will be sent a confirmation email with a QR code, it is important to save this and print it out just in case you are asked to show both on arrival to Thailand.

Visit the FAQs below to view the quarantine rules for Thailand.

ABOUT COVID-19 SELF-TESTING
Don't waste vacation time searching for a COVID-19 test center. Even if you don't need to take a test to enter Thailand, you will need a negative COVID-19 test result to enter the US. Simplify testing by ordering the eMed self-testing COVID-19 kit online. Pack the test in your suitcase and self-test no more than 3 days prior to your flight back to the US. Check the FAQs to learn more about our trusted testing partner.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Passport Personal Details Scan

  • Proof of Travel Medical Insurance (if applicable)

  • Medical proof of COVID-19 vaccination (if applicable)

  • Passport Personal Details Scan (Minor) (if applicable)

  • Negative pre-departure PCR COVID-19 test result (if applicable)

Important Instructions
  • US RESIDENTS ONLY: To return to the US you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test the day before your entry date. Don’t waste time looking for a test lab in Thailand. Simplify travel with the purchase of an eMed test kit. Order yours now and pack it in your luggage. Then follow the Certified Guide’s online instructions to take the mandatory test 24 hours before your journey back to the US.

  • All travelers to Thailand, including Thai citizens returning from abroad, are required to have a Thailand Pass.

  • Your passport must be valid for 6 months beyond your planned arrival date.

  • The Thailand Pass is part of the required documentation you will need to enter Thailand, it DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your visa when you enter Thailand. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you visit your local embassy.

  • Unvaccinated travelers arriving without pre-departure testing are required to show on arrival: a pre-booked quarantine hotel reservation.

  • All travelers must have proof of health insurance with at least 10,000 USD coverage for medical treatments in Thailand (for non-Thais only).

  • Proof of yellow fever vaccination is required if you are traveling from a country with a risk of yellow fever transmission.

Remember to check your country's safety recommendations before traveling, for a better travel experience

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Full vaccination is not mandatory to enter Thailand, however, if you display your COVID vaccine passport or vaccination certificate, you won't need to present a negative PCR test nor to follow a quarantine.

Accepted vaccines are Sinovac, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Sinopharm, and Sputnik V.

You are considered vaccinated if all doses of a vaccine against SARS-Cov-2 have been administered at least two weeks before traveling.

  • COVID test prior to arrival: PCR within 72 hours before departure for unvaccinated travelers
    • COVID test exemptions: Fully vaccinated travelers.

The eMed self-test COVID-19 kit includes 6 rapid antigen tests that meet major US airline's entry requirements- perfect for travelers on round-trip journeys from the United States!

Order your test kit before your trip and it will be delivered to your home address for easy testing, anywhere, anytime. The Certified Guide will help you get results in 15 minutes on the NAVICA app. Get the eMed self-test COVID-19 kit for $150- that’s only $25 per test.

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Option 1 - exemptions from quarantine for unvaccinated travelers:

  • Travelers with a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before departure.
  • Travelers must have proof of insurance with at least 10,000 USD coverage for medical treatments in Thailand (for non-Thais only.)

Option 2 - for unvaccinated travelers who cannot undergo an RT-PCR test result within 72 hours before traveling:

  • Alternative Quarantine (AQ) hotel confirmation for 5 days (including 1 RT-PCR test.)
  • Travelers must have proof of insurance with at least 10,000 USD coverage for medical treatments in Thailand (for non-Thais only.)
  • Take a PCR test on days 4 - 5 in Thailand during the mandatory 5-day quarantine at AQ hotel.

NOTE: Fully vaccinated travelers are exempted from quarantine requirements.

Here you can check the Approved List of AQ Hotel.

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This declaration is a measure to contain the spread of COVID-19 in Thailand. By submitting the Thailand Pass, health officials can verify if the traveler is fit to enter the country. In addition, if any traveler is infected with coronavirus or has symptoms, the information provided in the declaration registry will enable the relevant organizations to communicate with those affected and follow a series of protocols.

The Thailand Pass is a single entry pass, valid for 14 days and can only be used once.

Yes, All nationalities must apply for this declaration, including Thai citizens who are returning to Thailand.

Fill in the Thailand Pass here.

Depending on the processing option you choose, prices will vary, as follows:

  • Standard Processing Time: 7 days - USD 26.00
  • Rush Processing Time: 5 days - USD 45.50
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 3 days - USD 78.00

You can pay with a valid credit or debit card.

All travelers must register for the Thailand Pass online at least 7 business days before departure. Make sure you calculate the time you have before your trip and choose the processing option that best suits your needs.

Apply right now and get your document asap!

iVisa.com requires the following information to submit your application:
  • Passport - which must be valid for at least 6 months after your arrival date: The image format of your passport scan must be in PNG, JPG or JPEG.
  • Credit/debit card for payment: The payment must be made online.
  • Thai Visa (if required)
  • Certificate of Vaccination
  • Paid AQ hotel reservation confirmation
  • Medical insurance with minimum coverage of 10,000 USD

The documents you must present upon arrival at the airport in Thailand will depend on two points that we present below:

For Foreigners: You must have:

  • A health certificate stating that you do not have Coronavirus disease (it must be issued within 72 hours before the arrival date.)
  • A health insurance policy that shows a minimum medical coverage of 10,000 USD in Thailand and expenses related to COVID-19 treatment.
  • The QR code on the Thailand Pass.
  • Approved visa, if your nationality requires one.

For Thai citizens: You must have:

  • A health certificate indicating that you are fit to travel.
  • A letter issued by the Royal Thai Embassy, Royal Thai Consulate-General or Ministry of Foreign * Affairs or Kingdom of Thailand certifying that you are a Thai national returning to Thailand.
  • The QR Code on the Thailand Pass

You can fill out our quick and easy application form from any device connected to the internet. You will be required to provide us with all the information mentioned above. Have all the required documents at hand when applying. Once you submit your application and it is approved, the Thailand Pass will be emailed to you with a QR code, that you must show upon arrival to Thailand.

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Applying will not take you more than 15 minutes.

It is only valid for one single entry and up to 14 days of travel.

Apply right now and get your documents as you need them.

You must check with your local Government before travel if it is safe to travel from your origin country. This information is subject to constant change.

With iVisa.com we charge a service fee and the total price you pay depends on the processing speed you choose. We highly recommend you using iVisa.com and our user-friendly platform. Our expert agents will verify your information before submitting the form to the immigration officials! It will be less time consuming, and our experts will help you make sure everything is correct before approving the application.

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Because of the pandemic, the world is suffering from countries that have taken more stringent ways to protect their citizens from the spread of the disease, and those measures include demanding medical declaration forms or health declaration forms from a person who wants to enter their territory. Countries like Thailand fear an outbreak of COVID-19, and that is the reason why the Thailand COVID-19 Declaration was put into practice. There is no way to understate the importance of applying strict rules for entry into a country. It is common knowledge that the SARS-CoV-2 virus (the pathogen causing COVID-19) is easily transmitted from one human to another. This particular virus, which is the second coronavirus to cause severe acute respiratory syndrome or SARS, causes mucus to thicken especially in the air sacs or alveoli of the lungs where oxygen from the air is being absorbed. This prevents oxygen from being absorbed in an amount that is necessary to sustain organ function. Human systems cease to function and will cause eventual death if not treated. COVID-19, as the disease is known, first appeared out of Wuhan, China. The area, which is known for its exotic foods, also has large numbers of bats being sold in its markets. Bats are, at the moment, still the only known host for the virus before it actually starts infecting humans. No other animals have been known to transmit the disease into humans. Visitors coming from Wuhan did not know that they had the disease until after they left due to the relatively long incubation period of the virus, which can last up to two weeks. By then, tourists and visitors have left the area and spread the virus. After just a few weeks, the infection became a global threat and a pandemic. The virus is formally known as severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2. It is also known by the acronym SARS-CoV-2. It is transmitted easily through touch or by air, owing to its relative resilience to the elements. Out of all the viruses which caused severe respiratory diseases in human history, only SARS-CoV-2 spread throughout the known world, primarily due to the ease of entry of immigrants and tourists into other countries. This means that countries with the most number of visitors and immigrants have the most deaths on record. Europe, Italy in particular, has been hit hard by the disease. Several thousand deaths have been attributed to COVID-19 on a daily basis. The number of infected is overwhelming and hospital capacities and resources are stretched by the sheer volume of cases they are handling. There is not much difference elsewhere, with thousands of cases every day and hospital beds still housing those who are suffering from the disease. As if that’s not enough, even healthcare workers fall victim to the disease through constant contact with the infected day in and day out, reducing the number of available health professionals that can attend to patients. It is true that the disease is a great threat to the health and wellness of people, even with a lower mortality rate than its predecessors. The risk comes from the ease by which it can spread from one person to another. Just being in contact with an infected person can pass on the disease to a healthy person. The demographic most at risk are the elderly and children, but even healthy adults can succumb to the disease and die, even with treatment. The lack of a vaccine only exacerbates the risk and people are now taking note of the seriousness of the situation and prompting them to adhere to strict measures to control the spread of COVID-19. There is no doubt that wearing a mask when in public is one of the most effective measures that can be taken. The virus can infect people through their noses and mouths and masks limit the contact between the air and exposed limbs, and passageways into the lungs. This prevents the entry of the virus into the body and the infection begins. Besides the Thailand COVID-19 Declaration, as an additional safety measure, people avoid getting into within a meter of each other, fearing that if they do, they may contract the disease through aerial transmission. However, there is no denying that quarantining is the best safety measure that has been implemented, especially for areas where the population density is high. People staying at home do not expose themselves to others and the threat of the virus. This is why people who follow quarantine policies have the lowest infection rates. But they can’t stay at home forever. They will need to go out for supplies and this is where the risk factor goes up when they are in close contact with other people who may be carriers of the disease. Still, the risk can be managed by maintaining social distancing and carrying a disinfectant at all times. Why is the Thailand COVID-19 Declaration mandatory? Medical declaration forms or health declaration forms are legally-binding documents that state that the bearer is free of COVID-19. In addition, it also obliges the bearer to submit to testing if there should ever be doubt about the declaration on the document. In some entry points, self-declaration forms may be required in lieu of a health declaration form but it may not be as effective since the threat of legal action is absent in self-declaration forms. Seaports and airports routinely accommodate large numbers of people at any one time. This increases the risk of travelers infecting one another owing to the mode of transmission of the COVID-19 virus. The threat of being taken into litigation can ensure the accuracy of the information provided on health declaration forms, thereby protecting the entrant and the population of the country they are about to enter. This makes it very important for the host country to require health declaration forms from immigrants and visitors wishing to enter their territory. Keep yourself safe. Travel with the required documents in hand and enter Singapore without any issues. Get your Thailand COVID-19 Declaration right here. Go to www.iVisa.com for more information.
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