Travel Insurance to Enter Thailand
With Thailand very slowly reopening to visitors, one of the latest requirements for visitors is the mandatory COVID-19 insurance plan for foreigners that covers the traveler for a minimum of $50,000 (the Thai policies generally cover 3.5 million Thai baht). In addition to all the requirements, the traveler needs to obtain a certificate of entry (COE) and a valid visa. This health insurance is another level of security to make sure that the traveler can cover all costs in case they are diagnosed with or die from COVID-19 during their stay in the kingdom.
What duration should I purchase?
The insurance coverage period needs to match your entire stay in Thailand, at least.
How To Purchase COVID-19 Travel Insurance?
This insurance is required to be allowed into the country so you will be purchasing this before you travel. The easiest way to buy your policy is online from one of providers who will then provide you with the all-important certificate of coverage to present to the authorities when you arrive (and you will also need to present it to the airline before they will allow you onboard). You can choose your length of policy from 30 days to one year. Be sure that the policy covers the entire period that you are planning to stay in Thailand or you may be refused entry.
You must ensure that you retain the certificate of insurance as this will need to be shown to prove that you have the coverage, without it, you will not be granted entry into the country. Also, it should be noted that this policy will be in addition to any general health insurance policy that you may require to obtain your visa or retirement extensions.
More information here: https://www.thaiembassy.com/travel-to-thailand/covid-19-insurance-for-thailand
Please note, Emirates, Singapore airlines are just some companies that offer complimentary COVID-19 travel insurance for their passengers. We suggest checking the official website of each airline for more information.