Thai embassies and consulates are issuing a Certificate of Entry (COE) for all travellers to Thailand, including those in the visa exemption list, as well as 60-day tourist visas and special tourist visas (STV).
Foreigners entering Thailand are required to have an ASQ hotel reservation and Covid-19 insurance.
At present, only semi-commercial flights are allowed to land in Thailand.
Foreigners allowed entry include diplomats and foreign workers, including their families, business representatives and experts invited by the government, permanent residents, foreigners with Thai families, students and their guardians, medical tourists and their attendants, business visa holders, Thai Elite Visa holders, APEC cardholders, STV and tourist visa holders, non-immigrant O retirement visa, non-immigrant OA and OX holders and migrant workers with official documents.
All foreigners are required to get in touch with their local Thai embassy to apply for a COE and for more information.
Until September 30, 2021, Thailand will allow a limited number of long-stay tourists under the STV programme. This long-stay visa is open to foreign nationals travelling to Thailand with the intention of staying long-term as a tourist.
Those eligible can get in touch with the Tourism Authority of Thailand Office or Thai embassy in their current location for more information.