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Daily News reported on how Thais would be able to get their so-called "Vaccine Passports" or more formally "International Vaccination Certificate".

 

It gives an indication of how the process may be for non-Thais.

 

They'd need to show proof they were travelling like an air ticket, their passport, proof of vaccination and pay 50 baht.

 

There are four places or kinds of places to apply to though they may need to register in advance. 

 

These are at international disease control Suvarnabhumi airport, the Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Unit in Nonthaburi, the Urban Institute for Disease Prevention and Control in Bang Khen (northern Bangkok) or the department of disease control offices elsewhere. 

 

Times of application vary. 

 

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Vaccine passports .... a sad outcome of a sad chapter in modern history.

Small suggestion but as it's for non Thails would it not be better in English?

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18 minutes ago, canopus1969 said:

Small suggestion but as it's for non Thails would it not be better in English?

It's for Thais.

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Soon we will read:

 

Chin... gang busted. This time not gambling or Ponzi scheme but doctoring "Covid" certificates.

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2 hours ago, taotoo said:

It's for Thais.

It says "International Vaccine Certificate".

 

Make it bi-lingual. Who would be able to read Thai?

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Just now, timendres said:

 

Strange, since vaccine cards have been around a long while. Involved no imprisonment, just an inability to enter specific countries.

Nah, they always accepted bribes at the airport if you couldn't be bothered with the vaccines.

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Australia is currently issuing single page certificates stating type of vaccine administered, medical center where administered, and name of the qualified administering person and the date. Simple.

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4 hours ago, RotBenz8888 said:

Doubt it'll be that simple.... 

I doubt it will remain at 50 baht.

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4 hours ago, RotBenz8888 said:

Doubt it'll be that simple.... 

 E.g., how many days to get the ultimate document signed? 

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I don't get it.

 

The vaccine passport for Thai or Farang will be used for the exact same reason.

 

A Thai vaccine passport in Thai is useless for a Thai wanting to travel outside Thailand.

 

Why not just do a single vaccine passport - in Thai and English - issued at the same place.

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Do we really need this, I mean, aren't the Thai's aiming for herd immunity by years end and then with all other countries having reached herd immunity, why bother with this at all.

 

I mean they are telling us all that once herd immunity is reached, it will be like a common flu/cold ? 

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54 minutes ago, geistfunke said:

For the first time in human history, something like this is being introduced for influenza, which over 99% of all people can cure themselves without any problems or measures.

 

Cure? Cure? No cure for flu mate. I'm not sure if you're implying covid is like flu, either.

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28 minutes ago, Brock said:

There is nothing new in the International Vaccination Certificate, I have had one since 1972..

 

Me too. Started with Yellow Fever vaccine at St. Omer barracks.

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29 minutes ago, Brock said:

There is nothing new in the International Vaccination Certificate, I have had one since 1972..

WHO has a project to update to digital with the input of an Estonian company that previously digitized health care in Estonia. That was months ago.

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Why do I get the feeling I am one the Titanic looking at an iceberg? The government's inability to do the simplest thing with respect to anything COVID frankly scares the life out off me.

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1 hour ago, chilli42 said:

Vaccine passports .... a sad outcome of a sad chapter in modern history.

Not really considering they are already in use and existance.

 

Yellow Fever being 1 example.

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