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Yesterday, the revamped Test & Go scheme opened for new applications as 46 international flights, carrying around 2,500 passengers, landed at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport. According to a Bangkok Post report, most arrivals were from neighbouring countries, including Singapore and Malaysia, with some coming from Europe. As part of the revamped entry scheme, hotels are now required to send drivers to the airport at least an hour before guests land, in an effort to reduce congestion. It remains to be seen how successful (or not) Test & Go Version 2 is – or, as some have called it, Test & Go […]

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15 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

However, several Facebook groups for Thailand Pass or Sandbox applicants would indicate there’s no shortage of people currently planning their trips to the kingdom.

Most members of those FB groups are people with their partner, family or work in Thailand. They simply have to return no matter what draconian rules are in place.  

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