COVID-19 Measures

Entry Measures from 1 July 2022


Thailand Pass is not required.

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Upon arrival, please present one of these documents:

  • a certificate of vaccination in English (proof of vaccination can be in any forms; certified document or authorized mobile application from your country.),

  • a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test result issued within 72 hours before departure,

  • a professional negative ATK COVID-19 test result issued within 72 hours before departure.

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Medical insurance is no longer required. However, delegates are highly recommended to have it, while just in case, you have to conform to the measures of Ministry of Public Health.
(Hospital admission and medical treatment for 7-10 days before leaving Thailand at your own expenses.)


For more information, visit https://consular.mfa.go.th

As you all are international guests of Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok, please visit the hotel website at
Thailand COVID-19 Medical Coverage | Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts
and fill in the form
HERE (your eligibility will be verified and confirmed by email to you directly after filling the application form).

For more information regarding the hotel offers on COVID-19 medical coverage at no additional charge, please contact the hotel directly.

*Fully vaccinated = those who have received all required doses of a vaccine registered with the Thai FDA, or approved by WHO or Thai Ministry of Public Health, no less than 14 days before departure.

Source : https://warsaw.thaiembassy.org/en/page/entry-requirements-covid-19?menu=5fac43bedf58b341de3d8672



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COVID 19 Measures during the Congress

If the delegate has tested positive for COVID-19 infection during the Congress, he/she must be self isolated. The necessary medications are provided as appropriate, such as paracetamol, cough medicines, nasal decongestants, etc., and medical supplies, such as a thermometer and pulse oximeter to monitor body temperatures and oxygen levels, which can be reported daily to healthcare personnel through telemedicine services.

Sources : Department of Disease Control,

Bangrak District Office