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  1. There are two different requirements depending on what visa/extension you require. The 3m baht covid insurance and the 400/40 in/outpatient one. This is not new any more.
  2. The MFA said it's "approximately on 1 November" so may even be 2nd, 3rd or 4th.
  3. Different holiday. 21st in that post is a Buddha Day so no drink forecast.
  4. It covers up to a year if that's when you've got your return booked for on the same ticket.
  5. Can still get one through Grab Shopping at a Family Mart.
  6. Maybe not going by the current thread regarding it not being marked as an international transfer and the workarounds required.
  7. I wouldn't gloat about that. iPhone fingerprint ID was compromised since about day 1.
  8. It would not come to light unless immigration were to investigate, and it would appear you did not try to renew based on these same (removed) funds as it was your last year.
  9. Below the text in the link is a graphic that says insurance is still required.
  10. I'm sure someone related on here that they went below the limits, for example, 4 months after being issued their extension. At renewal they were told they were on 8 months overstay as the extension became void once they failed to meet the criteria.
  11. AZ did not apply for Emergency Use Authorisation. It'll likely get full approval when the time comes.
  12. I think you've put 2 and 2 together and got the square root of a boiled egg as a result. Nothing in my post was about the seriousness of Covid.
  13. No mention of insurance, hotel, flights or passport/visa status. Sounds like PR waffle or they really are loosening the shackles.
  14. 100% agreed. I flew last week for precisely that reason. He was in the UK following a bereavement and then unfortunately came down with Covid, otherwise would have returned then too.
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