The National Committee on Communicable Diseases has approved the use of vaccine passports in Thailand, Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul announced on Monday.
As more than 250 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine Vare inoculated around the world, it has increased immunity and reduced infection. The meeting agreed to reduce the quarantine days in 3 cases.
- Foreigners who have documented vaccination for at least 14 days, not more than 3 months prior to departure. A document certifying the COVID-free 72 hours before departure. And tested again in Thailand Reduce the quarantine date to 7 days, except those coming from Africa to quarantine 14 days.
- Thai people traveling from abroad, have at least 14 days of COVID vaccination certificate, not more than 3 months, no COVID-free certification. Two test results in Thailand were not found. To reduce the quarantine days to 7 days.
- Foreign nationals do not have documents certifying COVID vaccination. Only a certificate of COVID-free 72 hours before departure. Reduce the quarantine date to 10 days, which will start operations from April 2021 onwards, and the next phase from October 1, 2021.
Meanwhile, the communicable diseases committee expects Covid-19 restrictions to be lifted once 70 per cent of the population has been vaccinated. It also announced plans to procure another 10 million doses of vaccine.