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Mixed vaccinations


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Recently, I was fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in my home country of Canada. Having been vaccinated with Astrazeneca for my first shot and then Moderna for my second shot, should I have any issues entering Thailand?

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Possibly. The rule is that you have to be fully vaccinated with both shots + 14 days for a two shot vaccine. AZ is an exception where there's a one-shot loophole (I think on the assumption that you could get your second shot in country). I don't know whether there's a time limit on that or if having Moderna as the second shot is allowed. Best to check with the Embassy.

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Yes me too thinking about that about mixed vacations if Thai will allow it with people from Swedenwho  wanna go to Phuket this winter  ,hmmm.

Haven't found anything yet about it ,,crossing fingers :)

 

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problem is about WHO,

if they do not confirm mixed vaccination,

there could be much trouble around the world
even many countries are doing this mix
and accept mixed vaccination, but others will not

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