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UPDATED 21  May 2022

The Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) determines the restrictions to be in place for Thailand. These restrictions are recommended to the Thai cabinet which generally approves them and, where needed, publishes them in the Royal Gazette.

Please note that Provincial governors and disease committees can alter these rules if they wish and provinces should wait for final orders from these groups.

We will publish the latest information we have here including a section on orders by the Chonburi Governor which includes Pattaya and surrounding areas following the general announcements.

The CCSA has recommended the following changes to take effect on 1 June 2022 (upon approval of Thai Cabinet and publication in the Royal Gazette if needed).

Click here for The Pattaya News article.  Click here for the Pattaya Mail article.


The provinces in the yellow zone or the high surveillance zone are now 46 provinces; 14 of them are now in the Green Zone or the surveillance zone: Chainat, Trat, Nakhon Panom, Nan, Buriram, Phichit, Ang Thong, Maha Sarakam, Yasothorn, Lampang, Surat Thani, Surin, Udon Thani, and Amnat Charoen.

The Blue Zone (tourist areas) provinces are now 17 including Krabi, Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Chanthaburi, Chonburi*, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Nakhon Ratchasima, Nonthaburi, Narathiwas, Pathumthani, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Phang Nga, Phetchaburi, Phuket, Rayong, and Songkhla.

* includes Pattaya


Entertainment venues including bars, pubs, soapie massage parlors, karaoke lounges, and similar establishments in the provinces/areas in listed above for the Green Zones and the Blue Zones.

Such establishments are allowed to sell and serve alcoholic beverages as well as operate their businesses no later than midnight. Glasses must not be shared and both employees and customers must prevent close contact and be wearing facial masks.

Employees, musicians, singers, and related personnel must be fully vaccinated including the booster dose and management must conduct ATK tests. They must conduct an ATK test perform a risk assessment of their employees.

Customers must present a vaccination document that indicates that they are fully vaccinated, before using the services. Both employees and customers must follow preventive measures under Universal Prevention (UP) at all times.

The CCSA has recommended the Thai Government extend the Emergency Decree  until 31 July 2022.    Click here for The Pattaya News Article. Note: Thai Cabinet will need to approve the extension of the emergency decree which is expected. 

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