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Thailand – Coronavirus Disease Update

Vessels that called Chinese ports before Thailand must report any symptoms of crew / passengers on board, with intensive screening for those who were in China 14 days prior. Symptoms must be reported 24 hours prior arrival. 

Any ships from China, H.K, Macao, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Germany, France, Italy and Iran will be monitored by health control. Master of all ships must report temperature of crew on board every day, 7 days before arrival in Thai waters.  Authorities will attend on board to perform quarantine screening.  All crew must have thermal scans and fever condition checked. If any crew have fever or a suspected symptom, s/he will be placed under 14 days of quarantine and further check by hospital.  If individual is found to be infected with Covid-19 on board, that vessel is prohibited to enter the port until health authorities ensure that vessel is free from infection.

No crew change can be done in Thai ports.

Sriracha, Laemchabang, Maptaphut and Rayong

For vessel calling from critical infected countries (Italy, South Korea, Iran, China, Macao, Hongkong and Taiwan)

  • If less than 14 days, crew change is not permitted.
  • If over 14 days, the following docs to be submitted to Health Control via agent in advance before arrival in Thai water for Health Control’s consideration
    • Report of temperature of crews on board daily at least 7 days
    • The voyage memo (last ten ports)
    • Maritime information of Health (Tor 2)
    • Maritime Declaration of Health (Tor 3)
    • Information of Conveyance Arriving in Thailand (Tor 1)
    • Crew list with recording embarked date & place
    • Health certificate
    • Insurance coverage USD100,000 per person

Ranong, Songkhla and Sattahip 

Crew change is prohibited

Phuket and Prachuap

For vessel calling from critical infected countries (Italy, South Korea, Iran, China, Macao, Hongkong and Taiwan) and ongoing local transmission area (Austria, Belgium, Malaysia, Canada, Protugese, Brazil, Israel, Australia, UK, Pakistan, Finland, Turkey, Greece, Chile, Luxembourg, Polish, Ecuador, Switzerland, France, Spain, American, Nowegian, Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden and Germany.

  • If less than 14 days, crew change is not permitted.
  • If over 14 days, the following docs to be submitted to Health Control via agent in advance before arrival in Thai water for Health Control’s consideration and approval from governor
    • Report of temperature of crews on board daily at least 7 days
    • The voyage memo (last ten ports)
    • Maritime information of Health (Tor 2)
    • Maritime Declaration of Health (Tor 3)
    • Information of Conveyance Arriving in Thailand (Tor 1)
    • Crew list with recording embarked date & place
    • Health certificate
    • Insurance coverage USD 100,000 per person