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Thailand’s Test and Go scheme day 5 pre-paid hotel and RT-PCR no longer required

The former mandatory PCR on day 5 will be changed to unsupervised self-administered ARTs (Antigen Rapid Test).

Most of the countries in Asia are racing to the finish line! Ever so eager to re-open borders and reboot their economy, trade and tourism. But the finish line is just the beginning of a whole new race and Thailand is set forth to take the lead in fully reopening with less and less restrictions.

Applicable for arrivals starting from the 7th of March with applications done from the 1st of March, Thailand government will no longer require second RT-PCR test on Day 5. The former mandatory PCR on day 5 will be changed to unsupervised self-administered ARTs (Antigen Rapid Test). Likewise, the required insurance with minimum coverage of US $50,000 will be reduced to $20,000.
 

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