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IMPACT – HIGH
The Thai government has announced that it will reopen its borders to fully vaccinated travelers from 46 countries and change its Certificate of Entry (COE) procedure.
Additional Information: To enter the country on or after Nov. 1 travelers must have a valid visa or re-entry permit, a COE or Thailand Pass, proof of vaccination (if applicable), COVID-19 health insurance, flight confirmation, confirmation of an Alternative State Quarantine hotel booking (if applicable) and a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure.
BAL Analysis: Travel to Thailand will be more widely available on Nov. 1. Individuals should note that the Thailand Pass is replacing the COE and must be used to enter the country. The response to the COVID-19 pandemic continues to develop, and BAL will provide additional updates as information becomes available.
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