Thailand is starting to ease interprovincial Travel restrictions around the country in order to boost domestic Tourism in the Country in the 4th Quarter of 2021.
Below Are the Requirements needed to be able to Travel to Phuket domestically from 1 October:
Traveler has to be able to prove one of the Following:
Option 1: Vaccination:
- Traveler have Received 2 Doses from Sputnik V, Sinopharm, or Sinovac. The Second does has to be taken at least 14 days before traveling.
- Traveler has received one dose of Sinvac and One dose of Astrazeneca. The Second does has to be taken at least 14 days before traveling.
- Traveler has received only one Dose of Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, and Astrazeneca Vaccines, at Least 14 days before traveling
Option 2: Recovered From COVID 19:
- Traveler has a Proof that he/she recovered from COVID 19 within 90 days from the date of Traveling.
In addition to That,
Travelers must have a negative result of either an RT PCR Test or a Rapid Antigen Test within 7 days before traveling
What about children?
- Children under 6 years old traveling with their parents, don’t need to show vaccination Proof nor a negative Test Result when traveling domestically to Phuket.
- Unvaccinated Children and Teenagers aged between 6 and 18 Years Old, Need to Show the Negative result of an RT PCR or Rapid Antigen Test within 7 Days before departure.
What Else Should be done before traveling domestically to Phuket?
All travelers must register their travel on www.gophuget.com in advance, and they have to be ready to show the registration to the Disease control officer when Entering Phuket.
Read More Details on Tourism Authority of Thailand News Website: TATNEWS.ORG