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    Covid Test?

    We are moving to Samui this weekend. Can anyone confirm, do we need a Covid 19 test to get on the island?

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    You do.

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    According to BKK Airway

    1. The only requirement when travelling from a dark red zone or red zone to Samui with Bangkok Air is a covid test not older than 72 hours before departure.
    2. This covid test doesn't need to be a PCR test, a rapid test suffices too (RT-PCR).
    3. A certificate that the travel is necessary is not required for Samui, only for the city of Surat Thani itself.
    4. 14 days of quarantine is not required if a covid test not older than 72 hours exist.
    5. You have to scan the QR code "Samui Health Pass" in Bangkok and present it when you arrive in Samui.


    Same requirement when travel via ferry and there you have to scan the QR code at the mainland ferry port (Donsak)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    According to BKK Airway

    1. The only requirement when travelling from a dark red zone or red zone to Samui with Bangkok Air is a covid test not older than 72 hours before departure.
    2. This covid test doesn't need to be a PCR test, a rapid test suffices too (RT-PCR).
    3. A certificate that the travel is necessary is not required for Samui, only for the city of Surat Thani itself.
    4. 14 days of quarantine is not required if a covid test not older than 72 hours exist.
    5. You have to scan the QR code "Samui Health Pass" in Bangkok and present it when you arrive in Samui.


    Same requirement when travel via ferry and there you have to scan the QR code at the mainland ferry port (Donsak)


    ....and subject to change on a whim.

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