Buakaew informs 8 African countries to suspend registration through Thailand Pass to enter Thailand
Date 29 Nov 2021 time 19:50
Travelers from 8 African countries wait before the Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs them not to accept registration via Thailand Pass to enter Thailand temporarily due to the toxic Omicron strain. Thai people can come but have to quarantine for 14 days with strict examination.
On November 29, Mr. Thani Saengrat, Director-General of the Department of Information and spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, revealed that the Thailand Pass system will temporarily suspend registration. For those who have arrived from eight countries – Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe – after the COVID-19 outbreak. New strains of Omicron species in African countries Individuals from those 8 countries who have already received the Thailand Pass QR code, if arriving in Thailand before December 1, 2021, will be required to quarantine for 14 days and pay the cost. myself If it is scheduled to arrive in Thailand from 1 Dec. onwards, travel to Thailand will not be permitted.
In this regard, Thai people residing in the aforementioned 8 countries Able to travel back to Thailand from their country of origin with Ethiopian Airlines. The airline will provide flight ET608 to Thailand every Wednesday. Throughout the month of Dec. It leaves Addis Ababa at 00.10 (Ethiopia time) and will arrive in Bangkok at 13.10 (Thailand time) on the same day. All travelers in this case must be quarantined for 14 days.
For Thai people and foreigners with a history of residence or traveling from other countries In the African region during the 21 days before entering Thailand In addition to the list of 8 countries, the Thailand Pass system will accept registration and authorization of entry into the Kingdom. Only in the form of Alternative Quarantine (AQ) only. Sandbox registration is not allowed, and those who enter Thailand from December 6 onwards must quarantine for 14 days and test for infection by RT-PCR 3 times. For those who enter Thailand between 15 Nov. – 5 Dec. 2021, in addition to having to comply with the conditions that have been registered to enter. Must have a follow-up officer to observe until 14 days or according to the number of days of stay in the case of less than 14 days. To detect infection by RT-PCR method