UPDATE: Talk of Test & Go cutoff date, permitted travellers can’t reschedule flights

UPDATE: At the conclusion of a Cabinet meeting this morning, a spokesperson for the Thai PM famous that Prayut Chan-o-cha helps extending the current suspension of the Test & Go program. The PM also indicated support for a January 10 sundown date for presently approved Thailand Pass purposes – those permitted earlier than December 21 and for these purposes made earlier than December 21 and have been since permitted.
In Mold announced that they would suspend the Test & Go AND Sandbox programs (excepting Phuket) until at least January four. In the present discussions about extending the suspensions there has not been any mention made from the future of the Phuket Sandbox.
It shall be up to the CCSA to make a last announcement about any of those proposals earlier than they can be handled as ‘official’ but, as PM Prayut heads up the CCSA, and has this morning indicated his support of extending the postponement, and the reduce off date of January 10, it is prone to confirmed, in The Thaiger’s opinion.
We present this information in good faith and in the pursuits of the hundreds of travellers who shall be inconvenienced if further postponements regarding the Thailand Pass go forward.
Here are the government’s revealed ‘hotlines’ for particular person enquiries about the Thailand Pass. We’ve had many people sending us messages expressing frustration about getting onto a real individual to discuss their issues. We’d additionally advise anyone making an attempt to get into Thailand right now to attempt to contact their native Thai Embassy and hold track of their flights and any adjustments from their chosen airline.
ORIGINAL STORY: The Thai authorities could soon set a cutoff date for travellers entering under the Test & Go quarantine exemption scheme. The Public Health Ministry is proposing that the cutoff date be set to January 10.
The January 10 cutoff was previously discussed and almost handed by the federal government last month. The Thai government even launched a graphic with the January 10 date, saying that it would be the last day folks could enter under the Test & Go scheme.
And for these approved to enter, with a Thailand Pass QR code, they will not be able to alter their flight or their Thailand Pass, which is required to enter the nation, or it’s going to turn into invalid.
In response to the emergence of the Omicron variant in Thailand final month, registration closed for the Test & Go scheme, in addition to the sandbox entry programmes, with the exception of the Phuket Sandbox. Those who have applied and been approved to enter under one of the two schemes can still do so.
For those that haven’t registered beneath the Thailand Pass, the Phuket Sandbox is now the one possibility for these who don’t want to endure a quarantine period.

If you are totally vaccinated, and looking to journey to Phuket, you may book a 7 Day Sandbox Hotel package..

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