It appeared in the Bangkok Post this evening and will likely force many travelers to cancel their Thailand trips.
Travellers to Thailand have to now show authorities a health certificate, issued no more than 72 hours before travelling, confirming that they have been tested and are free from the virus.
They must also present an insurance policy showing minimum coverage for coronavirus of not less than US$100,000.
That is why people need medical certificates and health insurance to enter Thailand,” Gen Prayut said.
The requirement of providing a health certificate including a Corona Test not older than 72 hours will be a challenge for many (as it’s probably designed to be).

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