Entry Scheme into Thailand through TEST AND GO (Revised measures effective from 1st March 2022)

ELIGIBILITY

  • Fully vaccinated (at least 14 days prior to departure)
  • Travelers from all countries/territories

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

  1. Passport
  2. Certificate of Vaccination
    – Aged 12-17 may be vaccinated with only 1 dose of vaccination
    – Unvaccinated children aged under 18 must register and travel with their parent or legal guardian
  3. Paid SHA Extra+ / AQ Hotel booking confirmation for 1 day including the fee for 1 RT-PCR test, 1 ATK self-test kit and airport transfer
  4. Insurance with minimum coverage of 20,000 USD for medical expenses
    – Not required for Thai nationals or foreign nationals who have Thai social security / confirmation letters from employer in Thailand

STEPS

  1. Register on Thailand Pass at https://tp.consular.go.th/
    *Processing time is 3-7 days
  2. Prior to departure, obtain RT-PCR test result issued within 72 hours before departure
  3. Upon arrival in Thailand, pass through designated checkpoints before proceeding to your hotel via a sealed-route (airport transfer arranged by hotel)
  4. Undergo a RT-PCR test and wait for test result at your hotel
  5. Take ATK self-test on Day 5-6 and report the test result as instructed by the Ministry of Public Health

Thailand Pass FAQs : https://consular.mfa.go.th/th/content/thailand-pass-faqs-2 For further inquires

PR Poster from Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Regulations on entering Thailand for non-Thai nationals from 1 February 2022 onwards

1. Travelers who enter Thailand must register with the Thailand Pass application (https://tp.consular.go.th) at least 7 days in advance of the departure date. Thailand Pass QR Code would be issued to the applicant after approval. Travelers need to present this Thailand Pass QR Code to airlines upon check-in and to the Thai immigration officials.

2. Requirement for PCR test prior to departure

  • The RT-PCR Test Certificate must be written in English and the test result must be printed out in hard copy.
    • Foreign travelers need to present an RT-PCR Test Certificate with a negative result, issued within 72 hours before departure for all schemes to enter Thailand.
    • Thai citizens entering Thailand under Test and Go and Sandbox schemes need to present an RT-PCR Test Certificate with a negative result, issued within 72 hours before departure.
    • Thai citizens entering Thailand under 7-day or 10-day Alternative Quarantine scheme do not need to present a negative test result before departure. 
    • List of the vaccines approved by the Royal Thai Government

3. Schemes for travelers to enter Thailand (for all nationalities)

  • Travelers who are fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to travel are eligible to choose between Test and Go, AQ and Sandbox options as follows:

      • Exemption from Quarantine (Test and Go)
        Travelers need to book and pay for the designated hotels on the 1st day of arrival in Thailand and on the 5th day to undergo the RT-PCR tests at the hotels. The total hotel booking confirmation should be at least 2 nights at the same hotel or different hotels. The two hotels can be located in different provinces in Thailand.
        If the RT-PCR test result on the 1st day at the hotel is negative, the travelers can travel across Thailand including other provinces and are required to stay at the designated hotel again on the 5th day to take the 2nd test of RT-PCR. If the test result is negative, the travelers can travel freely in Thailand.

          • List of required documents for registration on Thailand Pass system
            (1) Traveler’s passport
            (2) Traveler’s Vaccination Certificate of COVID-19
            (3) Fully Paid Confirmations of SHA Extra+/AQ/OQ/AHQ hotel reservation at least 2 nights at the same hotel or a different hotel. The 1st hotel reservation must include a package of airport pickup service and expense for RT-PCR test; while the 2nd hotel reservation must include expense for RT-PCR test.
            (4) Medical insurance with minimum coverage of 50,000 USD (expats residing in Thailand can use a social security card or certifying letter issued by employer)
      • Quarantine for 7 days at Alternative Quarantine (AQ)
          • List of required documents for registration on Thailand Pass system
            (1) Traveler’s passport
            (2) Traveler’s Vaccination Certificate of COVID-19
            (3) Fully Paid Confirmation of AQ hotel reservation for at least 7 days and the hotel reservation must include a package of airport pickup service and expense of RT-PCR tests for 2 times.
            (4) Medical insurance with a minimum coverage of 50,000 USD (expats residing in Thailand can use a social security card or certifying letter issued by employer)
      • Quarantine for 7 days in the following Sandbox Areas, including:
          • 1. Phuket Province, Krabi Province and Phang Nga Province
            2. Surat Thani Province (only Koh Samui, Koh Tao and Koh Phangan)
            3. Chonburi Province (Pattaya District, Bang Lamung District, Sriracha District, Koh Sichang, Sattahip District applied only with Na Chom Thian and Bang Saray Subdistricts)
            4. Trat Province (only Koh Chang)
          • List of required documents for registration on Thailand Pass system
            (1) Traveler’s passport
            (2) Traveler’s Vaccination Certificate of COVID-19
            (3) Fully Paid Confirmation of SHA Extra+/AQ/OQ/AHQ hotel reservation and the hotel reservation must be at least 7 days with the package to include expense of RT-PCR test for 2 times
  • Travelers who are not fully vaccinated need to quarantine for 10 days at Alternative Quarantine (AQ)
          • List of required documents for registration on Thailand Pass system
            (1) Traveler’s passport
            (2) Traveler’s Vaccination Certificate of COVID-19 (if any)
            (3) Fully Paid Confirmation of AQ hotel and the hotel reservation must be at least 10 days with the package to include airport pickup service and the expense of RT-PCR test for 2 times.
            (4) Medical insurance with a minimum coverage of 50,000 USD (expats residing in Thailand can use a social security card or certifying letter issued by employer)

4. Vaccination Certificate of COVID-19

 

Walailak University AZ second dose will be postponed

On September 19th, 2021, Division of Human Resources and Organization was informed by the coordinator of Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation on the reschedule of Astra Zeneca second vaccination for lecturers and staff of Walailak University. The first jab was taken on July 9th-11th, 2021 and was appointed to be vaccinated again in the next 3 months, which will be on October 1st-3rd, 2021 but it is to be postponed. However, MHESRI coordinator also said that the new schedule will be announce soon.

COVID-19 Vaccine “Sinopharm” Coming Soon

File Photo: REUTERS/Tingshu Wang

Division of Human Resources and Organization and Chulabhorn Royal Academy has agreed on dealing COVID-19 Vaccine “Sinopharm” to provide service for Walailak University staff and students

On September 17th 2021 the agreement has made between Walailak University and Chulabhorn Royal Academy to send more than 3 thousands doses of  Sinopharm to provide service and safety to Walailak University’s staff ad students. The vaccination schedule will be made within September 30th 2021.

Visa, Work Permit & 90 days report

Visa Work Permit 90 days report

Entering Thailand Update

Annual Health Check-up 2021

HR would like to inform the details of the annual health check-up as follow

Period : 18 June 2021 to 15 September 2021

Eligible Person : All contract lecturers including monthly temporary employers except enterprise employees daily workers (For those who are ineligible and the families of the employees, if you wish to be examined, you must pay for the examination cost with the same special rate as the staff.)

Number of service :  Approximately 40 people per day, providing services to those who pre-registered via the link provided. 

Special Examinations : For 3 special health check-up items, which are mammogram, upper abdominal ultrasound  and cervical cancer by Thinprep method, the WUH will determine the date of the examination later because it is examined by outside agencies. 

Regulation : In order to reduce the risk of contracting the Coronavirus (Covid-19), employees must maintain social distance in accordance with the surveillance and disease prevention measures according to the policy.

WU Bangkok Campus : Employees working at Walailak University, Bangkok, the university will determine the date of the examination and inform the details of the medical examination directly later.

For more information : Contact health check-up department, WUH,  call 73082, 73059, or Welfare section, Division of Human Resources and Organizations, call 73777.

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COVID-19 Insurance for employees and family

                  Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 both in Thailand and around the world, the university has concerned about our staffs and approved to provide the Corona virus Insurance (COVID-19) for everyone.

                  If you wish to have the COVID-19 insurance for your family, including parents, siblings, spouse, and children, you can apply by filling the name and details here https://forms.gle/aFCBU5LSCsCJ5FNRA. by 4.30 PM, April 2nd 2020. Please note that the insurance premium rate is at 150 THB per year/person. Please find the details in the link or picture below

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