The Election Commission has clarified the case of sharing photos of travelers waiting in long queues to check documents to enter the country through Thailand Pass is fake news.
Mr. Thani Saengrat, Director-General of the Department of Information and Spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Clarify the case of social media forwarding pictures of screening of travelers from abroad at the international communicable disease control checkpoint at Suvarnabhumi Airport And there is information that you have to wait a long time because the Thailand Pass QR code is useless. Disease control checkpoint staff Still browsing all the new traveler’s documents Even if the aforementioned traveler brought the Thailand Pass QR Code to show at the disease control checkpoint.
However, the information presented above is not true in any way. and is inconsistent with the actual process For travelers showing Thailand Pass QR Code at the disease control checkpoint Only 3 documents will be called for inspection:
(1) Thailand Pass QR Code
(2) The results of the COVID-19 test by RT-PCR method, which must be tested 72 hours before travelling.
(3) the traveler’s air ticket The international disease control checkpoint staff will scan the Thailand Pass QR Code through the application of the disease control checkpoint. on mobile phone in which the traveler’s information will be displayed in the system And staff will record screening information and travel information. (flight number and seat number) log in, then when the data is complete The traveler will continue through the immigration process.
At present, there are approximately 2,000-6,000 people arriving in Thailand via Suvarnabhumi Airport per day (an average of 4,000 people per day). The most frequent entry into the country is in the early morning and late afternoon (especially on Mondays and Fridays), as these are the times when multiple flights arrive at the same time. This may result in travelers having to wait for some sort of document check in order of their flight landing. not true
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