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Travel Between Bangkok and Phuket Without Quarantine Allowed

Category: Tourism, Posted:13 Jan 2021 | 10:40 am

There is currently a lot of confusion on whether travel between Phuket and Bangkok is allowed, and whether a 14-day quarantine is required.

The Phuket Covid-19 Information Centre have posted in Thai language only that temporary visitation is allowed (not more than 14 days).

Those coming from the maximum controlled areas, high-risk areas and four districts in Bangkok, namely Nong Khaem, Bang Phlat, Bang Khae and Bang Khun Thian are subject to the 14-day quarantine. Those from other areas are not. (Please note there are 50 districts in Bangkok and the four are not located in highly commercial/tourism areas.)

Travelers must download the Mor Chana app, register on the Go Phuget website and complete an application. They must report to EOC offices in each sub-district within 12 hours of arrival.

There is no entry to crowded or highly public areas.

For those on day trips that are less then 12 hours, then no sub-district registration is required.

We suggest before you travel, checking with airlines on any updates before your trip but over the past few days we have confirmed that both business and leisure visits are being made between Bangkok and Phuket.

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