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BREAKING: CCSA confirms easing of entry restrictions to Thailand from Dec 16


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Why would a hotel be interested in the hassle of doing an ATK test only with no nights booking? And I have a condo, don't need a hotel and my taxi would be straight to Pattaya    Why not set

I guess the difference is SHA+ hotels are no longer required, but why booking of transportation? Test the tourists at the airport and let them go if negative. Some may want to use public transport.

$$$ from taxi $$$ from test   Presumably the hotels still want a piece of the covid action in the absence of tourists.    

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1 minute ago, aussiexpat said:

Why would a hotel be interested in the hassle of doing an ATK test only with no nights booking? And I have a condo, don't need a hotel.

 

Why not set up ATK at the basically empty airport?

I guess they can take a fee, both on the transport, and the "service" of sitting in a pen whilst the ATK is administered.

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So I fly out, return on the Test N Go, take an ATK test and drive my car home. Wait how can I get a QR code if I still have to show a booked hotel. Do I send in a copy of my Co do paperwork?

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

They will no longer be required to book a hotel room for one night.

 

People arriving under the Sandbox scheme will now only book a hotel room for five days.

this is a bit confusing 😛

 

and how is this breaking news, it's only a minor change, won't change anything

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40 minutes ago, The Cipher said:

I booked and paid for the original Test & Go package already. I can still stay the night if I want to, right?

If you arrive after 1st of December you may get your PCR test charge refunded. It is usually priced in the Test&Go package.

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