Thailand COVID-19 Crisis Information
Vantage TEFL is committed to scientifically-based procedures and Thai government-mandated rules that will minimize any risks in contracting and transmitting the coronavirus.
How to Travel to Thailand in the Covid Era—2021
A 5 Step Process
The ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic has seen new measures introduced all over the world as countries seek to prevent and control the spread of COVID-19.
This includes actions to keep an influx of visitors to Thailand in check.
The good news is yes, it’s still possible to enter Thailand. However, foreign visitors who wish to come to Thailand must comply with these Covid measures.
To be sure, it’s more difficult to come to Siam than it was pre-Covid. At the same time, if you are coming to teach, a higher ‘entry bar’ means you will have less competition for good positions as there are fewer teachers actually coming into the country,
There are 5 easy steps to take to enter Thailand today from Thaiembassy.com.
Vantage Resources and Rules
You will need to wear a mandatory mask on our training premises and this is especially important when we teach offsite in Thai classrooms.
Additionally, Vantage maintains full lavatories with soap and water. Additionally, we provide hand sanitizer throughout our training center. Our center also employs frequent surface disinfection.
Social distancing is practiced.
Key Information Sources for Thailand's Coronavirus Crisis
Independent COVID-19 Tracker (the latest stats and figures)
Click image for great links to latest updates on entry and quarantine information.
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