Thailand’s government is imposing stricter rules on international travel that require people arriving from all countries to have health certificates stating they do not have the coronavirus, along with medical insurance covering the disease.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand on Thursday night issued the new guidelines covering arrivals, saying they would come into effect at midnight Saturday night Thai time.
Read more on the new measures here. And here from Bangkok Post.
How the airports actually will implement the new regulation and how such a certificate shall look like is not known. We can only hope that the doctors abroad will have time to check and issue a certificate to all the stranded Thai and foreign nationals abroad in the current crisis.
Source: Associated Press, 19 March 2020.