Yes, the news is correct that Thailand has closed the entry of all Indians who have not fulfilled the following protocols implemented by the Thai government.

With the Thai government considering a travel ban on international travelers, the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has announced new guidelines for international arrivals and requires all travelers to present a complete vaccination certificate upon arrival in Thailand from January 09, 2023. is required.

The aviation authority has informed in a circular issued to all airlines around the world that all passengers over the age of 18 will be required to provide proof of full vaccination for flights arriving in Thailand on or after Monday, January 9.

Updated Guidelines For Indian Travellers

1. Travelers over the age of 18 traveling to Thailand are required to present a vaccination certificate or a letter from a doctor stating that they have recovered from COVID-19 within the past 6 months (180 days).

2. Travelers arriving from countries with measures in place to prevent people infected with COVID from returning must also have health insurance covering COVID treatment for the duration of their visit to Thailand. Expatriates with Thai Social Security are exempt from this requirement.

3. Thai passport holders are exempted from presenting vaccination and health insurance documents. Passengers in transit are also exempted from producing these documents.

4. Airlines are responsible for checking the required documents and should deny boarding to passengers who are unable to produce them.

5. Airlines should also follow guidelines such as requiring passengers to wear masks throughout the journey except during meals or in emergency situations.


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