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When I got my first work permit, albeit 15 years ago, the requirement was a check for:

 

1.  Elephantiasis

2.  Drug addiction

3.  Syphilis

 

All sorted out at the local clinic.  Never saw the doctor, the nice receptionist completed the form and doc signed it for 100 baht.  To my knowledge it was a requirement of the Labour Dept and not the school.

 

 

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A senior western teacher thought it was a hoot for being tested for STDs.....  Somehow these requirements made it to the wrong desk...

 

...the kind and thoughtful personnel officer, decided to tell everyone in the office as she left, be sure to get your syhplilis.

 

MOE on the job as always..

 

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On 11/21/2020 at 7:33 PM, ThaiFelix said:

When I got my first work permit, albeit 15 years ago, the requirement was a check for:

 

1.  Elephantiasis

2.  Drug addiction

3.  Syphilis

 

All sorted out at the local clinic.  Never saw the doctor, the nice receptionist completed the form and doc signed it for 100 baht.  To my knowledge it was a requirement of the Labour Dept and not the school.

 

 

And it still is.  Nothing has changed in regard to the Labour Department's requirements.

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