Covid Free Setting Directive provided at Bangkok Bus Station during New Year’s holidays


Passengers are required to present their vaccination certificates while the company also requires drivers and other staff to be fully vaccinated and get tested using antigen test kits every 7 days.

The Ministry of Health inspected the Mo Chit Bus Station in Bangkok to ensure the establishment’s compliance with the Covid Free Setting Directive, as a high number of passengers are expected to travel during the New Year holidays.

The Ministry of Health carried out an inspection at the Mo Chit bus station in Bangkok, with the department’s general manager, Dr Suwanchai Wattanayingcharoenchai, directing officials to inspect the bus station for compliance with the Covid Free Setting measure.

Mr. Kunthon Chaysiri, Vice President of Vehicle Maintenance at Transport Company, led the group of health officials to inspect ticket booths, shops, waiting areas, washrooms and on board buses .

The company, which is a public operator of long-distance buses and coach stations, is implementing measures for frequent disinfection of high-traffic surfaces, social distancing and good ventilation in the facilities.


Passengers are required to present their vaccination certificates. The company also requires that drivers and other staff be fully vaccinated and get tested using antigen test kits every 7 days.

The transport company expects more than 60,000 passengers per day during the peak period of December 28-30. (NNT)



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