BREAKING: Test & Go registration closed indefinitely

Registration for Thailand’s Test & Go quarantine exemption scheme shall be closed indefinitely. And travellers, who’re already approved to enter Thailand underneath the Test & Go quarantine exemption program, have until January 15 to reach (although the reduce off date of January 15 was clearly introduced at yesterday’s CCSA briefing there has been a random walking again of that date by some officers late yesterday afternoon. But the CCSA will have to be making an announcement of clarification, not the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the TAT, or random bloggers).
At its common meeting at present, chaired by PM Prayut Chan-o-cha, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration decided to proceed with the suspension of the entry scheme until additional notice.
Those who’ve received a Thailand Pass QR code will be allowed to enter Thailand under the Test & Go program over the subsequent few days, and the last group of accredited Test & Go travellers will arrive on January 15. Unbelievable will need to undergo two RT-PCR exams, one on arrival and another by their seventh day in Thailand.
But a bit of fine information, more destinations were accredited to welcome tourists beneath the Sandbox entry program, together with Phuket, which has remained open to vacationers – Krabi, Phang Nga and the trio of islands off the Surat Thani coast (Koh Samui, Koh Pha Ngan and Koh Tao)are accredited for Sandbox schemes.
Uncharted , the CCSA urgently closed registration for the Test & Go and Sandbox schemes on December 21, with the exception of the Phuket Sandbox, following the emergence of the Omicron variant. Most of the initial circumstances involved travellers who had recently entered Thailand from abroad..

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