Airline passengers to Phuket without COVID-19 document to be rejected for boarding
Phuket governor with the approval of the Communicable Diseases Committee of Phuket has issued a new announcement since May 28th, 2021. The new announcement emphasizes the screening measures for domestic passengers entering Phuket from June 1st. The new measures will complement the existing processes and ensure more streamlined entry into Phuket. The airline passenger must proceed as follows:
1. Must be vaccinated with 2 or full doses of COVID-19 vaccine or a dose of AstraZeneca vaccine, recovered from COVID-19 infection not more than 90 days, tested negative for COVID-19 by RT-PCR or Antigen Rapid Test not more than 7 days since the test date. Those who fail to present the evidence will be rejected for boarding by the airlines. However, children up to 5 years of age are exempted.
2. Download MorChana application on smartphone and set location sharing to always allow while in Phuket.
3. Register via www.gophuget.com to inform the entry information.
4. Self-monitor under COVID-19 prevention and control measures, as well as avoid access into a community or crowded area.
In order to comply with the regulations, the passenger is encouraged to check with the airline for the latest announcement from the destination before the scheduled flight.
CAAT News issue 22/2021 Date 31 May 2021
Corporate communications Division