Indians to get "Visa on Arrival" in Thailand

Indians to get "Visa on Arrival" in Thailand

Fully vaccinated travellers from Indian and 17 other countries will be given Thailand Visa on Arrival.
 
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The Thai Embassy said that the travellers will be required to apply for the Certificate of Entry (COE) for entering Thailand.

The visa-on-arrival facility came into effect from 1st October 2021.

Fully vaccinated travellers from 18 countries including India can now enter Thailand and also get Visa on Arrival. The Thai Embassy announced that the travellers will be required to apply for Certificate of Entry (COE) for entering Thailand.

The COE is a letter which is being used by Thai Embassy to allow a foreign visa holder to enter Thailand onboard a special repatriation flight, chartered flight, or semi-commercial flight. The travellers must note that the letter will be presented to the airline personnel before departure and to the immigration officer upon arrival in Thailand.

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The tourists will have to stay in a particular area for 7 days after arrival in Thailand and take a Covid-19 test. From 1st October, fully vaccinated travellers will be able to visit Bangkok and four other provinces without undergoing 2 weeks’ hotel quarantine. 21 more destinations will be added to the list including Chiang Rai, Sukhothai and popular seaside getaway Rayong.

The following guidelines need to be followed for travelling to Thailand:

  1. Fully vaccinated passengers will undergo quarantine for 7 days.
  2. The travellers must have been vaccinated with the vaccine approved by Thai authorities.
  3. They must have been vaccinated with CoronaVac (Sinovac Biotech Ltd.), AstraZeneca or Covishield (AstraZeneca & University of Oxford / SK Bioscience (Korea) / Siam Bioscience / Serum Institute of India (SID), Pfizer — BioNTech COVID-19 or Comimaty (Pfizer Inv., & BioNTech), Janssen or Janssen/Ad26.COV2.S (Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc.), Moderna (Moderna Inc.), Sinopharm or COVILO (Sinopharm Co., Ltd.), Sputnik V (Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology).
  4. Non-vaccinated travellers will be quarantined for at least 10 days.

(source:india.com)

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