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Hello All ..   If I do rapid  ATK test on my self ... and it is an negative result  ..  What proof is accepted around Pattaya that you have recently passed a negative ATK test that will allow you to  gain access to bars, restaurants etc.?.... and what is best/easiest way showing the evidence that your test was negative?

 

Cheers in advance 🙂

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Can´t do! You just have to do the test where they ask for it, as everybody else. No special treatment for you.

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1 hour ago, Big Bert said:

was accepted on the dark side for lunch, no questions asked.

I'm guessing there's many places on the Darkside where they wouldn't even ask people to show any test results.

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32 minutes ago, bbko said:

I'm guessing there's many places on the Darkside where they wouldn't even ask people to show any test results.

I wouldn't know but as in everyplace some will and some will not. I only shared my experience this morning.

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No pre travel test required after 4am UK time on Friday to return to England. Your airline may be a different matter, of course.

Boris has spoken, per BBC World News online.

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14 hours ago, The Hammer2021 said:

Very brave but if you are sitting drinking in bar and police  or DOPA s come along they can close the place and arrest staff and customers and cancel the license. Once you are at Soi 9 police station  you will be more cooperative and your attitude  will chance. Once busted twice shy!

What is DOPA? Remember you are on a forum, not texting on a smartphone.

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18 hours ago, Skeptic7 said:

No places I have been have asked for any test or results. Anyone been asked? And if so...pls do tell...so can take my business elsewhere and not waste my time on further covidiocy. 👍

I’m sure they’ll miss you terribly cos everyone loves a conspiracy theorist 

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11 hours ago, champers said:

No pre travel test required after 4am UK time on Friday to return to England. Your airline may be a different matter, of course.

Boris has spoken, per BBC World News online.

I don't think this will help my UK mate who went to a hospital on 2nd Jan to get his certified test done for a flight on 4th Jan.  Tested positive, incarcerated immediately at the hospital with a 10 day sentence, 4k for an extension visa of some sort, unknown hospital bill and his insurance is baulking.

 

Rearranging flights and documentation is a nightmare as he's computer illiterate. Food is terrible, no visitors, he's at his wit's ends.  He's fit as a fiddle physically, mentally distraught and confused.

 

He should probably be on suicide watch.

 

 

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2 hours ago, possum1931 said:

What is DOPA?

Department Of Provincial Administration

Under control of the interior ministry like the provincial governors except Bangkok.

I was in Pattaya a few days and found it so amazing how many different uniformed pompous you see.

And what is Pattaya "Special Affairs" seen on pickups?

 

Add MOPH to the collection:

Ministry of Public Health.

 

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22 hours ago, Big Bert said:

I done a test this morning at home. write on the strip your name date time. take a picture with time stamp. was accepted on the dark side for lunch, no questions asked.

 

That's because they didn't switch on the lights. 5555555 lol

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2 hours ago, Gsxrnz said:

I don't think this will help my UK mate who went to a hospital on 2nd Jan to get his certified test done for a flight on 4th Jan.  Tested positive, incarcerated immediately at the hospital with a 10 day sentence, 4k for an extension visa of some sort, unknown hospital bill and his insurance is baulking.

 

Rearranging flights and documentation is a nightmare as he's computer illiterate. Food is terrible, no visitors, he's at his wit's ends.  He's fit as a fiddle physically, mentally distraught and confused.

 

He should probably be on suicide watch.

 

 

That's a bummer.

 

This risk is now gone for people returning to UK, no pre-flight RT-PCR required.

 

How could be have been 'incarcerated immediately', there is a turnaround time for RT-PCT analysis and you're normally told to return the following day for certificate??

 

 

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4 hours ago, possum1931 said:

What is DOPA?

Must've meant DOPE. Much more fitting considering the post! 🤣

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4 hours ago, possum1931 said:

What is DOPA? Remember you are on a forum, not texting on a smartphone.

You have not been around Pattaya nightlife.

Department  of Provincial Administration.  DOPA is on their uniform. They carry out actions. Raids etc

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32 minutes ago, Skeptic7 said:

Must've meant DOPE. Much more fitting considering the post! 🤣

Department  of Provincial Administration.  DOPA is on their uniform. They carry out actions. Raids etc

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From my observation:

they offer these free ATK tests at some hotspots starting at 5 PM.

Queues can be long or not.

You get a queue ticket with your name and telephone nr. written on.

Test cartridge is labeled with your ticket nr.

After test you can take a picture of your ID/passport + cartridge and ticket.

It that is not enough, what else.

I attended such free tests two time and what made me cautious: multiple positive near by called to the desk. Good chance to be infected.

A properly documented ATK test at a lab on 3rd rd. would be 690 Baht valid for 72 hrs.

 

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56 minutes ago, HashBrownHarry said:

That's a bummer.

 

This risk is now gone for people returning to UK, no pre-flight RT-PCR required.

 

How could be have been 'incarcerated immediately', there is a turnaround time for RT-PCT analysis and you're normally told to return the following day for certificate??

 

 

But is the RT - PCT required  for by the Thai or by UK authorities when leaving Thailand?

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6 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

After test you can take a picture of your ID/passport + cartridge and ticket.

Like this:

 

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5 minutes ago, The Hammer2021 said:

But is the RT - PCT required  for by the Thai or UK authorities?

Nothing to do with Thai authorities, you're leaving.

 

Normally it's for the airlines and the country you're arriving.

 

As of today ( i think ) UK only requires ATK test for arrivals.

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3 minutes ago, HashBrownHarry said:

As of today ( i think ) UK only requires ATK test for arrivals.

And at Suvarnabhumi there is an ATK test station outside the arrival level.

I don't know any details. Flying domestic required nothing on all three routes (KKC - HKT, HKT - BKK, BKK - KKC).

 

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3 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

And at Suvarnabhumi there is an ATK test station outside the arrival level.

I don't know any details. Flying domestic required nothing on all three routes (KKC - HKT, HKT - BKK, BKK - KKC).

 

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oh that's handy, thanks for letting us know, i'm sure they'd be able to provide whatever docs needed as proof to board flights.

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