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I am a fully vaccinated US citizen, tentatively planning a 5 month multi-country trip (tourism) beginning in November. November in Brazil, December in Colombia, and January thru March in Thailand. I know the situation is changing almost every day, but I have some questions:

1) Are fully vaccinated US tourists allowed to enter Thailand via Colombia at this time?

2) Are any additional vaccinations required for people entering Thailand from Colombia? I recently found out that a yellow fever vaccination is required to enter Colombia from Brazil, so I want to be sure.

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YES you can enter from colombia but not via sandbox.

you will have to go for full 14 days ,

 

yes you need yellow fevr vaccine if you come from colombia or brazil.

 

for more info check IATA site. or skyscanner.com

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At the current time, anyone entering Thailand needs a COE (Certificate of entry). Whether this will still be the case in January and, if so, the conditions that would apply at the time to acquire the COE is a complete unknown. At this point. It is not even totally sure what the requirements will be two weeks from now.

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On 9/19/2021 at 3:32 AM, leosmith said:

1) Are fully vaccinated US tourists allowed to enter Thailand via Colombia at this time?

Interesting.  What flight directly from Columbia without first stopping in the US?  Just wondering.

This may help you. Enter your departure countries to get a visual of restrictions.
https://www.kayak.com/travel-restrictions?&origin=CO

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7 minutes ago, ArcticFox said:

What flight directly from Columbia without first stopping in the US?  Just wondering.

I you sure there are flights that could be arranged for transiting through the US. Or through Europe to here.

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19 hours ago, ArcticFox said:

This may help you. Enter your departure countries to get a visual of restrictions.
https://www.kayak.com/travel-restrictions?&origin=CO

That's interesting. There's not much explanation on that map - does it just mean I need to route through the US, for example, or does it mean since my trip will originate in Colombia I can't go regardless?

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35 minutes ago, leosmith said:

That's interesting. There's not much explanation on that map - does it just mean I need to route through the US, for example, or does it mean since my trip will originate in Colombia I can't go regardless?

That map is only for entering the countries shown on the map. I am not sure up to date that map is.

You can travel from Cambodia to here and enter the country. You will apply for the COE to the embassy in Lima, Peru.

Checked on the COE webstie and I can only select a AQ when using Colombia.

Site is here. https://coethailand.mfa.go.th/regis/step?language=en

 

 

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I have another question regarding entering Thailand. Below is a list of things they say must be on the certificate of vaccination, and one of the items, passport or ID number, is not on mine (there is not even a blank for that). Everything else is on there - will they accept my certificate? (edit - what I have is a CDC card, standard US issue covid vaccination certificate)

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The will accept it without your passport number on it. Other have had the same problem and it was accepted.

I suspect very few countries put passport number on the certificates.

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