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Arrivals from ‘Red’ or ‘Dark Red’ zones

From Thursday, all arrivals from red or dark red-zones must be ‘fully vaccinated’ (or received one injection of the AstraZeneca vaccine) at least 14 days before arriving, or they must have been discharged from hospital from recovering from COVID-19 no more than 90 days before arriving.

However, from thursday, they MUST ALSO provide evidence that they tested negative for the virus through an RT-PCR test or a Rapid Antigen Test no more than seven days before travelling to Phuket.

There will be no exceptions, said Lt Col Kraisorn Chomchuen of the Wichit Police who was on duty at the Phuket Check Point yesterday (July 11). Of note, Wichit subdistrict has the highest number of local infections on the island, with 107 infections 



does this mean no vaccine no entry regardless of test results? 

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Sounds like it.  Unless you are a child, you must be vaccinated to fly into Phuket, now they are just "equalizing" the entry requirements.

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