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Click here to read the latest Club Newsletter issued on 19 July 2021 which has all the information available on that date.




UPDATE FOR BELOW INFORMATION: According to a website linked from the US Embassy website:

" Starting 1 August 2021, this registration site will be migrated to our new and improved site.

Therefore, this site will be closed from 31 July 2021 (6:00 pm.) in order to prepare for the smooth migration."

That new website has the url: http://expatvac.consular.go.th/


Ministry of Public Health COVID-19 Registration site for the first dose for foreigners. The site is apparently available for Expats and other foreigners of all ages, but it that those aged 60 and over or with one of the underlying medical conditions will be given priority notes the following:

Foreign residents in Thailand who have never received COVID-19 vaccination before.


Past vaccination record is stored in the medical database. Should medical record show previous COVID-19 vaccinations, you will be denied inoculation on-site.

Please note that priority is given to foreign residents aged 60 years and above and to those with pregnancy (at least 12 weeks) and those who have one of the 7 underlying medical conditions below:

     1. Chronic respiratory diseases

    2. Cardiovascular diseases

    3. Chronic kidney diseases

    4. Cerebrovascular diseases

    5. All types of cancer during chemotherapy, radiotherapy and autoimmune therapy

    6. Diabetes

    7. Obesity (weighing more than 100 kilograms or BMI more than 35 kilograms per square meter)

Emails acknowledging your registration and advising the assigned date and site of your vaccination will be sent to you after completing your registration process.

Click here for the registration page. Expats should select the form for Foreign residents with non-immigrant visas (all categories), work permits and dependents.

UPDATE:  The US Embassy has provided additional information which indicates the above link will be changed to another link which currently shows "Opening Soon" - it is supposed to be available beginning at 00:01 on 1 August 2021. Click here to register using this link.  Any registration on the first link is supposed to be merged with the data obtained by the new link.



We have just received this information, 29 July 2021

The British Club is pleased to notify Members that the BCCT has received approval from the Department of Disease Control (DDC) for 1,200+ AZ vaccines for delivery in Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket and Khon Kaen.

This follows the mail-out to BCCT and Club Members some two weeks ago – since that time, however, many of those signed-up have already been vaccinated which is good news but BCCT now need to urgently augment the list with anyone of any nationality over 60 years of age or those with one of the 7 stated illnesses. Obesity is defined as more than 100 kg in Thailand.  

If you know of anyone in this demographic who needs a vaccine please register on this link: 


Best Wishes & Regards,

The British Club Bangkok



The following hospitals are currently taking registration for Expats - they open and close quickly.  BNH was open when we announced it on the morning of 28 July 2021, but all available vaccines were fully booked and no longer available by early afternoon.

Only for people aged 60+ or meet one of 8 criteria:

1-Severe Chronic Respiratory Diseases (CRDs). 2-Coronary Artery Disease (CAD). 3-Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) (5th stage). 4-Cerebrovascular disease. 5-Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy. 6-Diabetes. 7-Obesity (weight > 100 kg or BMI > 35 kg/m²). 8-Pregnancy > 12 weeks

Source: https://thailandintervac.com/   The site also lists other hospitals in Bangkok and in Thailand that have opened registration.  For Expats seeking the vaccination, we suggest you may want to monitor this source on a continuing basis.  As mentioned, when they open for registration, they get booked up quickly.


Thailand Intervac - Covid-19 Vaccination Request Form


No longer available.


Thailand Intervac - Covid-19 Vaccination Request Form


Click here for Registration Form.

The Thailand Intervac site lists the following hospitals in Chonburi Province that will be announcing the availability to register for the vaccine.

- Samithivej Sriracha Hospital, Chonburi (The pre-registration system will be announced soon)

- Synphaet Serirak Hospital, Chonburi (The pre-registration system will be announced soon)

The following information was received after issuance of the Newsletter:

For those residing in Bangkok or neighboring provinces, aged 60 and over, can now register for COVID-19 vaccination (neighboring provinces: Nakhon Pathom, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Samut Prakarn, Samut Sakhon).  Click here to register.


Click here for additional information for foreigners age 75 and over being able to “walk in” at Bang Sue Grand Station for free vaccination – article is from 21 July Pattaya Mail.


UPDATE: Click here for a person posting their recent experience at Bang Sue Grand Station - Note: The poster mentions that the program for those 75+ to walk in would end on 31 July 2021.  Click here for Thai PBS World article - Walk-in vaccination at Bangkok’s Bang Sue Grand Station to end on July 31st.


Expats aged 75 and over can still get the AstraZeneca vaccine at Bang Sue Grand station. Click here for the Pattaya Mail article. NOTE: Hours have changed: Elderly people would be inoculated in the morning and people of the two other groups would receive vaccines from 1pm to prevent crowd gatherings. Click here for the Mcot news article.


Click here for NNT news article - Vaccine registration for people over 18 starts tomorrow  - Extract: The COVID-19 vaccination center at Bang Sue Grand Station in Bangkok will allow people over 18 years old to make a vaccination appointment via four telecommunication networks, starting tomorrow (July 29). This morning, many people, including the elderly, again arrived at Bang Sue Grand Station to receive their jabs.

The first gate of the vaccination center in Bang Sue is open to the elderly, pregnant women, and people weighing over 100 kilograms. The second, third and fourth gates are for people who have registered on the Mohpromt platform and mobile networks.

Chonburi Province has been re-designated as a Dark Red Zone effective Tuesday, 20 July 2021. There will be a curfew in place from 9pm to 4am in the Province which includes Pattaya and surrounding area.  Other restrictions including closures and hours of operation for certain business will also be in place.

Click here to read the latest Club Newsletter issued on 19 July 2021 which has all the information available on that date.  

The following information was received after issuance of the Newsletter:

Click here for The Pattaya News article issued late on 19 July 2021 - Chonburi Governor releases new provincial orders for change to maximum control/dark red zone.

Subsequent articles adding more restrictions:

Click here for a later article issued on 21 July 2021 - Chonburi Governor releases more Covid-19 related restrictions and closures, effective until further notice.

Click here for further restrictions ordered by the Chonburi Governor on 22 July 2021 reported by The Pattaya News – Chonburi governor releases more Covid -19 closures and restrictions, including beach closures, effective until further notice. Extracts: No one is allowed to use beaches and reservoirs in Chonburi except for the normal occupation of local fishermen. There is no exception for exercise, the beaches will be completely closed and off-limits. This includes swimming.  Playgrounds and places with playthings for kids, indoor or outdoor.

If you plan inter provincial travel from Pattaya, click here to read The Pattaya News article - Pattaya authorities clearly explain what you need to travel between provinces right now as a maximum control zone.

Other announced restrictions:

 Private and public bus services nationwide canceled – Click here to read The Pattaya News article.


Pattaya Provincial Waterworks Authority suspends all in-person transactions until at least 2 August – Click here for The Pattaya News article.

We will update here for any changes between now and the issuance of the next Club Newsletter. 


Bangkok Hospital Pattaya - Moderna Vaccine Survey

The vaccination questionnaire is for a survey of numbers only. They contact you by using the  name and phone number you provide as noted in the announcement below.

You can scan the QR code or CLICK HERE to complete the form.


Effective 18 April 2021 until further notice, the Governor of Chonburi Province (includes Pattaya) has banned meetings in conference rooms, banquet halls, or anywhere people gather.


Although we have had several ask when Club meetings will return, at this time it is something we are unable to answer. 

The current COVID-19 outbreak continues without significant slowing in the number of infections.  The Government while relaxing some restrictions continues to recommend against any large gatherings except under very strict control.  COVID-19  vaccine for Expats in Pattaya is promised but it is unknown when doses will be made available.  Until the "picture" becomes clearer, it is currently not possible to predict when Club meetings may resume.

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The Meeting Room is on the Mezzanine Floor and opens at 9am. The Meeting Program begins at 10:30am.

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Although Non-Members are welcome to attend, Non-Members will need to either purchase a breakfast from Holiday Inn, which benefits our continued use of their facilities at no charge to the PCEC, OR pay an admission fee that will enable the Club’s continued operation as a non-profit social organization. If you are a non-member and purchase a breakfast, please obtain and show your receipt at the Membership Table upon entry into the Meeting area. Members are requested to show their current membership card.

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Living in a foreign country is definitely not the same as visiting it on holiday. There are many things you need to consider. Using the cumulative experience of the Pattaya expat community, we have endeavored to provide information on many topics that should be beneficial for Expats living in Pattaya or considering doing so. Select a general topic from the listing at the top of this page, which will also have a drop down menu for specific areas.

During the Open Forum at the Club meeting, which follows the speaker presentation, members and guests can make announcements or ask questions and receive answers about Expat living in Thailand, Pattaya in particular.

  • EMERGENCY - Listing of telephone numbers for police, fire brigade, & ambulance service - Click here
  • BUSINESSES - Listing of various businesses recommended by Expats living here - Click Here
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  • HEALTH CARE, BANKING, & DRIVING - Information is provided under the Living in Thailand tab.  If any questions or clarification needed, contact us at info@pcec.club.
  • EMBASSIES - Information for Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK, & USA - Click here.  Pattaya Mail listing of all Embassies - Click here.

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