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As I am vulnerable to respiratory infections my doctor says I am prioritized for covid-19 vaccination. About when can we expect to enter Thailand?  By the way I own a condo my retirement plans ha

That, plus 10 baht, will buy you a bottle of M150 energy drink at 7/11.   Seriously, at this point nobody knows if and when a certificate of vaccination will replace quarantine at an ASQ hot

I assume these are serious questions. The answer to them all is unknown. BTW ease up on how vaccine will roll out and subsequently effect international travel. While quarantine remains in pl

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21 minutes ago, VIPinLanna said:

What brand of vaccination will be approved for Thailand

Not known at this time.  Thailand signed a deal with AstraZeneca.   Also "without quarantine" unknown at this time.

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It is a serious question and I have been following the RTE site closely. Going to hotel, ventilation situation unknown, orrisome than staying home. In the US the Pfizer vaccine is now being shipped in large quantities according to news reports. Assume that one is to be available hope it is accepted by Thai customs and immigration, coming in. I have a yellow vaccination card my MD initials.

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I'd say taking into account developments over vaccine and assuming authorisation that 1 year from now Quarantine will end

That puts it a year earlier than my original thoughts

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1 hour ago, VIPinLanna said:

In the US the Pfizer vaccine is now being shipped in large quantities according to news reports.

I have heard Pfizer and Moderna are the ones leading at the moment with 90% success rates, although Thailand recently signed up with AstraZeneca who's shares took a tumble the other day as their test results came under scrutiny.

 

Self isolating won't be happening as others have said.

 

If you haven't an urgent need to come back, suggest you wait for the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, by then, as long as you can prove you have had the jab, I am sure Thailand will welcome you in with open arms, might even try to convince you to get a shot of AstraZeneca while your here as a booster a year later, at your expense of course 🙂

 

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Was there ever any talk about people who had Covid and were cured?

This would be as good as a vaccine and if they plan to let vaccinated people into Thailand without quarantine, then they could start with those people now already?

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The AstraZeneca numbers are under scrutiny because a focus group got half a dose and then a full dose of the vaccine. Surprisingly they actually had a better reaction than the group that got the full dose twice.

The AstraZeneca vaccine is a lot easier to store than Pfizer and Maderna.

Unless you are going to pay for your inoculation I doubt you will be able to choose which vaccine you are given.

It will be based on your need.

Some countries are working on a system called the common pass where it will log what vaccine you have had and when.

Until/if this is agreed the quarantining will stay in place.

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7 hours ago, VIPinLanna said:

As I am vulnerable to respiratory infections my doctor says I am prioritized for covid-19 vaccination.

About when can we expect to enter Thailand?  By the way I own a condo my retirement plans have been on hold since early this year I can self isolate at home, with community support.   What brand of vaccination will be approved for Thailand I want to be sure to get the correct injections.?

 

 

Bit premature to want to know  all those possibilities ,perhaps ask again in Feb-March 2021

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8 hours ago, Phillip9 said:

The Thai PM has already stated that Thailand won't be getting rid of the quarantine until the Thai population is vaccinated.  That won't be for another year or two in my opinion.  Until then, whether you are vaccinated or not will not matter.

 

Even the best vaccine is only 95% effective.  If they just opened the country to anyone who is vaccinated, many vaccinated but still infected people would arrive daily.

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10 hours ago, Phillip9 said:

The Thai PM has already stated that Thailand won't be getting rid of the quarantine until the Thai population is vaccinated.

 

Of course he also said that there wouldn't be a coup.

 

 

And he says a lot of things.

 

 

 

But yeah, can't see quarantine going away anytime soon, maybe end of 2021, so don't plan on it.

 

Also can't see a vaccination certificate from another country being acceptable - too easy to fake - for entry, and a waiver of quarantine.

 

 

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