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I read in another thread that Thai Immigration is accepting 1 month  insurance for entry for people with re-entry permits. This is O visa holders I suppose, and regardless of the length of time the extension is valid.

Is this only Covid insurance or general health insurance?

What do informal reports suggest - this has become the norm?

What is the worst that can happen if the immigration officer decides 1 month insurance is not enough?

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So is the the new norm.,..as I was under the standing.. that When entry .on re-entry permit... COVID insurance have to cover the entire date till your extension expires. .

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4 minutes ago, yeahbutif said:

So is the the new norm.,..as I was under the standing.. that When entry .on re-entry permit... COVID insurance have to cover the entire date till your extension expires. .

I guess you could say is it the new norm. It seems nobody is enforcing a longer number of days now.

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