Thailand Allows Singaporeans with a vaccination to enter without quarantine starting Nov. 1, 2021

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Prayut Chan-o-cha, Thailand’s prime minister, said the country will open its doors to fully vaccinated travelers from Singapore and at least nine other nations starting Nov. 1, 2021.

Here’s what Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said: “From Nov 1 onwards, Thailand will start reopening without quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated persons who travel to the country by air from what we classify as low-risk countries.”

PM Prayut said at least ten countries are on the list, including China, the United Kingdom, Germany, and Singapore.

“I have instructed the CCSA (Centre for Covid‐19 Situation Administration) and the Ministry of Public Health to urgently consider within this week to allow, as of Nov. 1, international visitors to enter Thailand without any requirement for quarantine if they are fully vaccinated and arrive by air from low-risk countries,” Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said.

The results of a PCR test will be required from travellers as well as another test upon arrival.

Currently, Singaporeans visiting the United States must serve quarantines of at least seven days if they are vaccinated, or ten days if they are unvaccinated.

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