Beste lezers,

Ik neem aan dat iedereen aankomt in Bangkok en aldaar 2 weken in quarantaine gaat. Menigeen zal ook doorreizen naar buiten Bangkok, maar aangezien Bangkok een rode provincie is kan dat problemen opleveren.

Wie is doorgereisd/gaat doorreizen (bijvoorbeeld naar Chiang Rai) en heeft daar ervaring mee? Is 2 weken quarantaine in Bangkok en een vaccinatiebewijs voldoende om niet weer in quarantaine te moeten?

Zo ja, wordt een Nederlands vaccinatiebewijs geaccepteerd, of misschien het gele vaccinatieboekje?

Wie heeft tips? Hoe hebben jullie dat opgelost?

Bij voorbaat dank.

Groet,

Rob

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4 reacties op “Lezersvraag: Van Bangkok naar Chiang Rai, moet ik wederom 2 weken in quarantaine?”

  1. Loe zegt op

    Als je uit de quarantaine mag, krijg je papieren mee. Je hoeft dan niet in een andere provincie weer opnieuw in quarantaine. Soms moet je je melden bij de plaatselijke arts. Het is natuurlijk anders als je eerst in Bangkok blijft en dan verder reizt.

  2. Cornelis zegt op

    Hieronder vind je het antwoord:

    ⚠️ IMPORTANT: UPDATED RULES FOR ✈️ ENTRY TO CHIANG RAI FROM DARK RED ZONES (MORE PROVINCES ADDED)

    #ChiangRai #Order52 #EntryToChiangRai #ReplacesOldOrders #MoreDarkRedZonesAdded #CovidTest #Vaccine #Quarantine

    THESE RULES APPLY WHEN COMING ✈️ FROM:

    CENTRAL //
    – Bangkok and its vicinity
    – Nakhon Pathom Province
    – Nonthaburi Province
    – Pathum Thani Province
    – Samut Prakan Province
    – Samut Sakhon Province

    SOUTH //
    – Narathiwat Province
    – Pattani Province
    – Yala Province
    – Songkhla Province

    .

    1. TO AVOID QUARANTINE YOU NEED TO:
    COVID TEST (RT PCR method or Antigen Rapid Test within 72 hours before entry)
    – or –
    VACCINATE (1 dose of AstraZeneca (AZ) vaccine with 14 days since vaccination date or having received 2 doses of Sinovac vaccine)

    .

    2. EVEN WITH COVID TEST OR VACCINATION YOU STILL NEED TO:
    ️Intensively self-monitor for 14 days and follow DMHTTA measures

    .

    3. IF NO COVID TEST OR VACCINATION:
    14 day HOME QUARANTINE (Chiang Rai RESIDENTS)
    – or –
    14 day LOCAL QUARANTINE in a government-provided facility (VISITORS from other provinces)

    ————————————————————

    Chiang Rai Provincial Communicable Disease Committee Order No. 52/2564
    Subject: Determination of measures to treat travellers from the highest and strict control (DARK RED ZONES) areas Enter the area of Chiang Rai Province
    .
    28 June 2021

    ————————————————————

    GOOGLE TRANSLATION FOR REFERENCE ONLY:

    Chiang Rai Communicable Disease Committee Order
    No. 52/2564
    Regarding the prescription of measures to treat travelers from the most restricted and strictly controlled areas in Chiang Rai

    *****************

    According to Chiang Rai Province has issued an Order of the Chiang Rai Communicable Disease Committee No. 40/2564 dated May 19, 2021 on the prescription of measures to treat travelers from the highest and strict control areas entering Chiang Rai Province, order No. 42/2564. May 21, 2021, regarding the prescription of measures to treat travelers from the highest and strict areas of Chiang Rai province, and the Order No. 47/2564 dated June 16, 2021 on the prescription of measures to treat travelers from the most restricted areas. and strict to enter the area of ​​Chiang Rai province more

    Due to the government has issued regulations under Article 9 of the Emergency Decree on Public Administration B.E. 2558 (No. 25) and the Order of the Center for Management of the Epidemic of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) ) No. 6/2021 defines the situation as the new highest and more stringent control area, namely Bangkok and its vicinities (Nakhon Pathom Province, Nonthaburi Province, Pathum Thani Province, Samut Prakan Province and Samut Sakhon Province) and the southern border provinces (Narathiwat Province, Pattani Province, Yala Province and Songkhla Province). Therefore, in order to effectively manage the epidemic situation of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) by virtue of the regulations issued under Article 9 of the Royal Decree 2011, No. 25, in conjunction with Section 22 (1) (7) and Section 34 of the Communicable Disease Act, B.E. 2558 (2015), with the approval of the Chiang Rai Communicable Disease Committee. No. 3/2563, on March 18, 2020, there is an order as follows:

    1. Cancellation of the Chiang Rai Communicable Disease Committee Order No. 40/2564 dated May 14, 2021 regarding the prescription of measures to treat travelers from the highest and strict control areas entering Chiang Rai province.

    2. Cancellation of Chiang Rai Communicable Disease Committee Order No. 42/2564 dated May 21, 2021, regarding the prescription of additional measures to treat travelers from the highest and strict control areas to Chiang Rai province.

    3. Cancellation of the Chiang Rai Communicable Disease Committee Order No. 437/2564 dated June 16, 2021 on the prescription of additional measures to treat travelers from the highest and strict control areas entering Chiang Rai province.

    4. Determine measures to treat travelers from the highest and strict control areas such as Bangkok and its vicinity, Nakhon Pathom Province, Nonthaburi Province, Pathum Thani Province, Samut Prakan Province and Samut Sakhon Province) and the southern border provinces. (Narathiwat Province, Pattani Province, Yala Province, and Songkhla Province) If entering Chiang Rai province, travelers must have a test result for COVID-19 using RT PCR method or Antigen Rapid Test up to 72 hours or receive 1 dose of AstraZeneca (AZ) vaccine after 14 days of vaccination or receive 2 doses of Sinovac vaccine. Traveling to Chiang Rai Province, such travelers must be intensively self-monitored for 14 days and follow DMHTTA measures, including D: Distancing, distance between persons, avoiding contact with others M: Mask wearing Cloth masks or Hygienic mask at all times H: Hand washing Wash your hands often. Provide adequate hand sanitizer service points. T: Temperature Body temperature check before entering the service to screen users who may be sick. T: Testing for Covid-19. 19 and A: Application Install and use the application “Thai Chana” and “Mor Chana” strictly before entering and leaving the place every time.

    5. In the case of a traveler from a highly restricted and strictly controlled area who is not domiciled in Chiang Rai without a COVID-19 test result or have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 If the number is reached, quarantine in a government-provided facility (Local Quarantine) for 14 days or as long as it is in Chiang Rai.

    6. In the case of a traveler from a highly restricted and strictly controlled area who is domiciled in Chiang Rai without a COVID-19 test result or has not received a COVID-19 vaccine. Complete the number of such travelers to report to the administrative officer, village headman, community leader, village health volunteer (Vol.) or communicable disease control officer in the traveler’s domicile area to issue a self-quarantine quarantine order. intensively at home or at home (Home Quarantine) for 14 days or as long as it is in the area of ​​Chiang Rai, provided that such travelers strictly follow the orders of the Communicable Disease Control Officer

    7. In case of public passenger transport or freight transport vehicle, the transport documents issued by the operator shall be presented to the officer at the checkpoint / checkpoint and the communicable disease control officer stationed at the checkpoint / checkpoint shall issue an order to the vehicle operator. The vehicle and its accompanying operator self-quarantine in a place specifically provided by the public passenger transport operator or the freight forwarder and are strictly prohibited from leaving the controlled area as determined by the communicable disease control officer. or throughout the period of stay in Chiang Rai Province, provided that the public passenger transport operator or freight forwarder shall provide accommodation and detention facility for the vehicle operator and the vehicle operator’s follow-up in accordance with the measures prescribed by the public health strictly

    In addition, since it is a case of urgent necessity, if it is left too late, it will cause serious damage to the public or affect the public interest, therefore, the parties may not exercise the right to object under section 30 paragraph two (1) of the Procedures Act. Administrative Service Act 1996

    If any person or any establishment who violates or fails to comply with this order, shall be liable to a fine not exceeding twenty thousand baht under section 51 of the Communicable Disease Act B.E. 2558 (2015).

    This is from now on until the order changes.

    Ordered on the 28th day of June B.E.

    (Mr. Prajanprachsakul) Governor of Chiang Rai Province / Chairman of Chiang Rai Communicable Disease Committee

  3. Loe zegt op

    Ik hoop dat ze niet per provincie hun eigen uitleg gaan geven. Het is natuurlijk niet hetzelfde als je in bangkok in quarantaine hebt gezeten en dan linea directa naar Chiang Mai gaat of eerst nog even een paar dagen Bangkok aandoet. De zelf check is natuurlijk geen probleem, maar het zou van de gekke zijn als je uit quarantaine weer in quarantaine moet. Mij is in ieder geval verzekerd dat ik mij alleen moet melden, maar mijn vrouw moet wel in thuis quarantaine. Maar ja tit Thailand ieder dorp maakt zijn regels bovenop die van de regering.

  4. willem zegt op

    Geen probleem.

    Direct vanuit de ASQ naar het vliegveld en direct naar Chiang Rai. Je bent gevaccineerd en je hebt ook nog eens het resultaat van je laatste PCR test. Maar wel gelijk gaan.


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