Thai Bits: All Expats Can Register For COVID-19 Vaccine On June 14, A Vaccine Passport For Thais and Expats, Are Provinces in Lockdown or Not?

All Expats Can Register On June 14 for Vaccine

The website previously only accepted registrations from foreigners in Thailand over 60 and those with underlying health conditions.

From June 14, all foreigners will be able to register.

“Those interested in receiving Sinovac or AstraZeneca can begin receiving them from June 14, 2021 (sic).

Registration will be open from 14:00 to 18:00 each day, according to the website.

In addition, the number of hospitals where vaccinations will be administered will be increased nationwide.

Before, the website only listed hospitals in Bangkok and Chonburi.

Foreigners are advised to register for vaccinations two weeks before the intended vaccination date.

Walk-in registration will not be available.

Several provinces in Thailand will also launch their own vaccine registration platforms for foreigners in the coming weeks, in addition to Intervac.

A New Thai Vaccine Passport Book

Passport for vaccines.

Parts of passports titled “International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis” are in English for international travel.

Thais who have been vaccinated will receive one.

On his Facebook page, Thai Health Minister Anutin promoted Thai hashtags translating to # Thais must be safe and # together we can recover the country.

The minister stated that the opening of Thailand was “coming soon” and that all would be “relatively normal” for Thais soon.

Quarantine Only For Expats From High-Risk Areas

The Thai government requires visitors from so-called ‘high-risk’ areas to undergo a 14-day quarantine.

According to erroneous reports on social media, no province is currently in lockdown. In fact, government officials have repeatedly said there are no plans for a provincial or national lockdown (this is correct at the time of posting).

People traveling from Bangkok, Pathum Thani, Nonthaburi, Samut Prakan, and Nakhon Pathom may be required to undergo some form of quarantine or to take a rapid COVID-19 test.

Some provinces, however, are only requiring quarantine for travelers who visited high-risk venues, such as The Krystal Club, Ekkamai Beer Bar, The Cassette Music Bar, or other places where clusters have been confirmed.

It is recommended that you seek the latest information regarding your destination province before you set off on your journey if you plan to still travel.

You should get up-to-date information before your departure since the situation is fluid and ever-changing.

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