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Is the covid insurance still needed if it's just transiting to another country?  What else is needed to transit?   This is very confusing.

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According to the Thai embassy web site which has a page dealing with all aspects of the Thailand Pass, if transiting and you don’t pass through immigration,

you don’t need to register for the pass but still need a policy showing Covid cover of  $US10,000.00

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A guy I know transited through suvbhaniphum last week and had to buy the covid insurance at check in at Heathrow before being allowed to travel.

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You seem to be referring to the requirements for travel to and through Thailand, let's move it to the correct forum. 

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The only thing required when transiting through Thailand is the $10,000 covid 19 insurance.

 

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On 5/25/2022 at 8:54 AM, ubonjoe said:

The only thing required when transiting through Thailand is the $10,000 covid 19 insurance.

 

Even transiting.  My God! 

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3 minutes ago, ilikethai said:

Even transiting.  My God! 

Buy a 1 day policy from WORLDTRIPS, and set the deductible to 5,000 USD.

Should come out to around $2.35 (depending on your age).

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On 5/29/2022 at 12:07 AM, ThaiVisaCentre said:

Buy a 1 day policy from WORLDTRIPS, and set the deductible to 5,000 USD.

Should come out to around $2.35 (depending on your age).

But the minimum coverage is $10,000.  How will this 1 day policy work?  Will it satisfy Thailand air transit rule?

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5 minutes ago, ilikethai said:

But the minimum coverage is $10,000.  How will this 1 day policy work?  Will it satisfy Thailand air transit rule?

World Trips minimum coverage for the policy I am speaking about is $50,000 USD (which is well over the requirement).

There are not rules related to a maximum deductible.

Insurance Deductible = a specified amount of money that the insured must pay before an insurance company will pay a claim.

 

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