Non-Thai citizens who are eligible to enter Thailand During the COVID-19 situation

You must be one of these categories.

  • Guests of the Government
  • Members of diplomatic missions or international organizations or representatives of foreign governmental agencies
  • Spouse, father, mother, children of a Thai citizen
  • Holder of Certificate of Residence issued by the Royal Thai Police Immigration Bureau
  • Holder of a valid Work Permit, including spouse and children
  • Pupils or students in government or certain private Thai educational institutions
  • Patients (not COVID-19 patients) who need certain types of medical treatments in Thailand
  • Holders of Long Stay Visa Type O-A or O-X
  • Non-Thai citizens from countries in the COVID-19 low-risk groups according to the Ministry of Public Health of Thailand are eligible to apply for a Single-Entry Tourist Visa (TR) for the purpose of tourism.

In order to receive the Certificate of Entry (COE) from the Royal Thai Embassy, please submit the following documents to e-mail:

1. Air ticket of one of these Airlines, namely:

Emirate Airlines
Qatar Airways
Ethihad Airways
EVA Air (from 25 October 2020)
Cathay Pacific
Austrian Airlines (from 18 October 2020)
Lufthansa (from 17 October 2020)
Swiss Air (from 18 October 2020)
KLM (Start date to be confirmed)
Air France (Start date to be confirmed)
Singapore Airlines (from 16 October 2020)
Thai Airways (Start date to be confirmed)

2. Confirmation of Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ). The updated details of ASQ as of 29 September 2020 is in the link below

3. Health Insurance Policy covering all expenditures of medical treatments, including COVID-19 worth at least 100,000 USD

4. Declaration Form

The above-mentioned documents should be submitted to the Royal Thai Embassy at least 5 days before the departure date. The passengers are also required to have the COVID-19 PCR test with negative result and Fit to Fly certificate, issued within 72 hours before the departure, otherwise the Airlines could deny the boarding or the Thai authorities concerned could deny the entry into Thailand of the passenger.

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