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Thailand COVID-19 Cases April 1, 2022 Update

Thailand COVID-19 Cases April 1, 2022 Update

Thailand Ministry of Health reports 28,379 new COVID-19 cases and an additional 92 deaths since yesterday. The ministry also announced an additional 28,317 patients recovered from the COVID-19 virus.

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration confirmed that travelers arriving in Thailand will no longer require pre-travel Covid-19 tests. This came in effect today, April 1, 2022, for Test & Go Sandbox and quarantine programs.

Tourists arriving under TEST AND GO will be required an RT PCR Test at an SHA Extra plus hotel. They will stay in the room for the next 24 hours until the results are out. Those who tested negative may proceed to their local destination right after the 24-hour quarantine. The ones who tested positive will be checked by a medical doctor. The doctor will decide the severity of the case and recommend hospitalization or self-isolation. In case of hospitalization, the tourist will be brought to the hospital accredited by their insurance.

On the fifth day, they are required to take a monitored (at the hotel) ATK test and report the results. Those who are negative may proceed with their holidays. For those who are positive, they might be required self-isolation or an additional RT-PCR test.

Sandbox visitors must remain in their designated area for five days. Visitors in the quarantine scheme, including people caught entering the country unlawfully, will be kept in isolation for five days and have an RT-PCR test on the fourth or fifth day after arrival. As the country aims to declare COVID-19 endemic by July, there are more relaxations expected. Among them is replacing RT-PCR with ATK test by May.

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