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Covid recovery and 1 dose of vaccine 4 months ago - what is accepted?


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Hi, 

 

Has anyone received their Thailand pass with recovery + 1 dose of vaccine? I had covid July 2021, and 1 dose of vaccine 2 months later in Septemeber 2021. Applying for Thailand pass now, for trip in beginning of February 2022. Is that accepted? 
My Thailand pass got rejected due to "uploading only 1 dose of vaccine certificate" even though I filled out the recovery medical certificate + 1 vaccine. Wondering if they maybe do not accept the timeline of 4 months ago?
Does anyone have experience with similar situation?

Thank you!

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 I’m not sure what country your from or if one actually must upload the certificate of Covid recovery as opposed to just filling out a certification form! . Hopefully someone here will have more details.

“Travellers with a history of COVID-19 infection who have recovered by medical treatment, and travellers who have received at least 1 dose of an approved vaccine after post-infection must have a certificate of COVID-19 recovery“

https://www.tatnews.org/2022/01/thailand-reopening-exemption-from-quarantine-test-go/

Good luck

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A one dose upload for all vaccinations with MAYBE the exception of the J&J is likely the culprit.

Take a look at "Documents - Certificate of Vaccination

I suspect you were rejected for the reason of not having 2 doses, unless you took the J&J (not sure if they are still honoring the one shot J&J dose)... Also take a look at the General info tab. There it discusses the use of a recovery certification, but only in the context of evidence that you were positive and have recovered, but are still testing positive. 

Edit: there is this, under the mixed vaccination tab, regarding "fully Vaccinated" and to answer my own question regarding J&J one dose is all that is needed... J&J is the only exception.

Thailand fully recognizes mixed vaccination. However, your second dose needs to be administered based on the recommended timeframe for each vaccine type (first dose), as follows;
- 1st dose (Sinovac) = 2nd dose after 2 weeks
- 1st dose (AstraZeneca) = 2nd dose after 4 weeks
- 1st dose (Pfizer-BioNTech = 2nd dose after 3 weeks
- 1st dose (Moderna) = 2nd dose after 4 weeks
- 1st dose (Sinopharm) = 2nd dose after 3 weeks
- 1st dose (Sputnik V) = 2nd dose after 3 weeks
- 1st dose (Covaxin) = 2nd dose after 4 weeks
- 1st dose (Medigen) = 2nd dose after 4 weeks
*To be considered fully vaccinated, your 2nd dose must be administered at least 14 days before your travel.
*Those vaccinated with Janssen (Johnson&Johnson) vaccine do not need to receive their 2nd dose to be considered fully vaccinated.

https://consular.mfa.go.th/th/content/thailand-pass-faqs-2

Also there is this... 

Was your 1 dose of vaccine post-infection?

  • Travellers with a history of COVID-19 infection who have recovered by medical treatment, and travellers who have received at least 1 dose of an approved vaccine after post-infection must have a certificate of COVID-19 recovery.

https://www.tatnews.org/2022/01/thailand-reopening-exemption-from-quarantine-test-go/

 

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