After Test and Go, Sandbox and Optional Quarantine, the plan to expire on May 1, Thailand is now set to do away with the requirement of Thailand Pass for international tourists arriving in the country from June 01.

Thailand's Minister of Tourism and Sports, Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, said Thailand Pass registration is expected to be canceled on 1 June, with travelers announcing their vaccination details using their TM6 immigration form.

Minister further added that the cancellation of the Thailand Pass will lead to a more seamless travel experience and encourage more tourists to explore and visit the country and Public Health Minister Anutin Charanvirakul had already agreed to discontinue the Thailand Pass scheme.

With the abolition of the Thailand Pass, Thai embassies and consulates would be helpful in reducing their workload, as they worked to help clear the requisite paperwork.

If the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) approved the idea at its meeting next month, the need for a 'Thailand Pass' would be done away with.

According to Mr Phiphat, international travelers traveling to Thailand may be required to complete their vaccination records on the TM6 immigration form upon arrival, with the immigration agent confirming the form or the vaccine passport.


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