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15 hours ago, Confuscious said:

Covid-19 insurance approved by the Thai government = 4800 thb.
 

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This is very valuable information, can you please share the full website address that this snip is taken from. Thanks.

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13 minutes ago, scorecard said:

This is very valuable information, can you please share the full website address that this snip is taken from. Thanks.

 

Thai General Insurance Association (TGIA) provides a platform where COVID-19 Insurance with the associated insurance companies can be bought online  (http://covid19.tgia.org/). Please note that the purchase from TGIA’s website is optional and insurance from other companies can still be accepted as long as it meets abovementioned requirement.

 

The list of ASQ Hotels is regularly updated and can be found at http://hsscovid.com/

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8 minutes ago, Confuscious said:

ai General Insurance Association (TGIA) provides a platform where COVID-19 Insurance with the associated insurance companies can be bought online  (http://covid19.tgia.org/)

And that site should also lay to rest the belief that you only need the insurance for the quarantine period. In red letters it says:

 

*The insurance must cover the whole duration of stay in Thailand.

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  15 hours ago, NanLaew said:

^^^ Good deal for 30-days cover but I think the insurance has to cover the duration of your planned stay in Thailand. For arguments sake, for at least for the duration of the O-A extension that you will be re-entering on.

According to the website, I only need to cover the 14 days in quarantine.

If I get Covid-19 AFTER the 30 days insurance, it will be on my expenses.
But after reading the website, I think that it would be wise to have a longer Covid coverage.
Not so expensive.

https://www.tipinsure.com/CovidRegional/product_detail

 

My visa expires on May 28, 2021.
So I would need a coverage of 6 months.
According to the site = 23,040 thb.


NOT IN RED, BUT READABLE TO EVERYONE WHO IS NOT BLIND!!!!!!!!!!!

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6 minutes ago, Confuscious said:

According to the website, I only need to cover the 14 days in quarantine.

I think that means your insurance must cover you for the first 15 days after entry. Some policies have a clause that states it does not cover you for the first 15 days after entering a country.

Your insurance will need to cover you until at least May 28th.

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8 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

I think that means your insurance must cover you for the first 15 days after entry. Some policies have a clause that states it does not cover you for the first 15 days after entering a country.

Your insurance will need to cover you until at least May 28th.

https://www.tipinsure.com/CovidRegional/product_detail

 

My visa expires on May 28, 2021.
So I would need a coverage of 6 months.
According to the site = 23,040 thb.

On the FIRST page of this thread!!!!.

 

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2 minutes ago, farang51 said:

I am not sure who you are replying to; however, the comment on the red text makes me think you are replying to me. This is a screenshot of the page where you choose country and period of coverage and it is the page before you see the price quote you posted earlier.

 

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Anyway, it seems you do not want to listen to advice and information on existing rules, and that you will rather listen to rumours and ideas that may never materialize (like the 10 day quarantine). Good luck with whatever you end up doing.

 

 

 

On the SAME PAGE, a few threads below, you can read:

 

https://www.tipinsure.com/CovidRegional/product_detail

 

My visa expires on May 28, 2021.
So I would need a coverage of 6 months.
According to the site = 23,040 thb.

Seems to me that YOU DON'T WANT TO LISTEN.

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If you leave for your important court case maybe you will get back in some time next year.

 

Good luck with that.

 

You have the wrong type of visa and do not qualify right now.

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11 minutes ago, Confuscious said:

On the SAME PAGE, a few threads below, you can read:

 

https://www.tipinsure.com/CovidRegional/product_detail

 

My visa expires on May 28, 2021.
So I would need a coverage of 6 months.
According to the site = 23,040 thb.

Seems to me that YOU DON'T WANT TO LISTEN.

You forgot to quote what you also wrote in that post:

 

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According to the website, I only need to cover the 14 days in quarantine.

If I get Covid-19 AFTER the 30 days insurance, it will be on my expenses.
But after reading the website, I think that it would be wise to have a longer Covid coverage.
Not so expensive.

 

No the website does not say you only need to cover the 14 days in quarantine.

 

Also, it is not a question if you think it would be wise to have longer coverage; the thing is that you NEED to have longer coverage.

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If there is any possible way you can avoid leaving please do so?

 

My friend left for the USA late June on the same extension of stay that you seem to have for retirement.

He has been trying everything possible to get back since then and has been unsuccessful!

 

Money is not the problem, but getting the COE seems almost impossible at this time.

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