Thailand is Shortening Quarantine for Vaccinated Travellers
Travellers who can show that they have been vaccinated against the coronavirus must be quarantined in Thailand for a week, instead of the usual ten days, in a government-approved hotel.
Travellers from some African countries where virus variants are circulating have to be quarantined for two weeks.
The quarantine will be shortened for those with a certificate proving that they have been vaccinated with vaccines from, for example, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Moderna or China’s Sinovac, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bangkok.
Tourism accounts for more than 10 percent of Thailand’s national income, which has been hit hard by the pandemic.