There are several mosquito borne diseases found in Thailand, both viral and parasitic. During the first 10 months of the year the Bureau of Epidemiology published the following numbers:
Through Nov. 8, Thai health officials reported a total of 107,563 cases from 77 provinces, including 106 deaths.
The top five morbidity rates were from Rayong, Petchburi, Rachaburi, Uthaithani and Prachinburi.
From the beginning of the year through Nov. 7, a total of 5,231 cases were reported from 68 provinces, including 5 fatalities.
The top five morbidity rates were from Tak, Maehongsorn, Ubolrachathani, Ranong and Kanchanaburi.
through the first 10 months of 2015, Thailand saw a total of 15 cases were reported from 7 provinces. No deaths were recorded.
From 1 January 2015 – 31 October 2015, a total of 8 cases of the parasitic infection, filariasis were reported from 7 provinces. No deaths were reported.
Japanese B encephalitis
A total of 13 cases of the viral infection were reported from 6 provinces during the first 10 months of 2015. No deaths were reported.
There is no risk of yellow fever in Thailand. The government of Thailand requires proof of yellow fever vaccination only if you are arriving from a country with risk of yellow fever.