Phuket, Thailand credit Arkady Lukashov on Unsplash
Visitors to Phuket from 18 Red Zone provinces will be required to show proof that they have received two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine before they are allowed to enter from 30th April.
Visitors will also be required to show proof of a negative PCR test issued within 72 hours of the time of arrival. They will need to download the Mor Chana mobile tracking application and share their GPS location throughout their stay on the island.
The measures have been announced following the recent increase in Covid cases throughout Thailand following the latest outbreak, including a further 224 cases on Phuket.
“Those who haven’t received two doses of the vaccine or have yet to have the RT-PCR Covid-19 test will be required to take an antigen rapid test upon arrival.” “The test costs 300 baht each, and the results will be known in 15 minutes.”Narong Woonciew, Chairman Phuket Communicable Diseases Committee
Source: Bangkok Post
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