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What is it really like to stay in an Alternative State Quarantine in Thailand?

By Kristin Mariano

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Everyone travelling to Thailand has to undergo mandatory quarantine in Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) and travellers must book the hotel for isolation prior to their travel.

 

Some tourists hesitate in visiting countries that implement quarantine rules. Being prepared and knowing what to expect during your stay can ease stress and frustration while in isolation.

 

While rules may vary on each property but they follow a similar timeline, according to Royal Vacation. Upon arrival at the airport, the hotel will provide a one-way transfer to their property. Travellers will have to stay in their rooms for three to four days until the first COVID test is conducted. If the result is negative, you may have limited access to some of the hotel facilities for around one hour daily.

 

A second COVID test will be conducted around Day 12. If any of the results is positive, the health department will be contacted. If the result is still negative, you are then allowed to go on to your planned itinerary and enjoy your trip.

 

Full story: https://www.traveldailymedia.com/what-is-it-really-like-to-stay-in-an-alternative-state-quarantine-in-thailand/

 

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Somebody should have a word with the picture editor, it's hardly relevant

No beer No Ladies. Most people only get a few weeks holiday a year. spend it mostly in quarantine Why bother coming here.           

ARE thai people required to take a covid test 72 hours to flights back to Thailand.     How are so many foriegnets testing positive in quarantine?   Getting it on the flight?

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

What is it really like to stay in an Alternative State Quarantine in Thailand?

By Kristin Mariano

TD Editor

 

thailand.jpg

 

Everyone travelling to Thailand has to undergo mandatory quarantine in Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) and travellers must book the hotel for isolation prior to their travel.

 

Some tourists hesitate in visiting countries that implement quarantine rules. Being prepared and knowing what to expect during your stay can ease stress and frustration while in isolation.

 

While rules may vary on each property but they follow a similar timeline, according to Royal Vacation. Upon arrival at the airport, the hotel will provide a one-way transfer to their property. Travellers will have to stay in their rooms for three to four days until the first COVID test is conducted. If the result is negative, you may have limited access to some of the hotel facilities for around one hour daily.

 

A second COVID test will be conducted around Day 12. If any of the results is positive, the health department will be contacted. If the result is still negative, you are then allowed to go on to your planned itinerary and enjoy your trip.

 

Full story: https://www.traveldailymedia.com/what-is-it-really-like-to-stay-in-an-alternative-state-quarantine-in-thailand/

 

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"A second COVID test will be conducted around Day 12. If any of the results is positive, the health department will be contacted. If the result is still negative, you are then allowed to go on to your planned itinerary and enjoy your trip."

 

That paragraph just generates confusion rather than specific clear & correct detail.

 

The paragraph can be interpreted that test 2 is day 12, negative report then resume your trip. Not mentioned is whether the report is given on day 12 or day 13, but also could be day 14? But people would expect that given there are now many tests which give a result within hours even at 15 minutes, the report would be fast.

 

Many other reports say that if there are 2 negative reports then release from the hotel is on day 15.

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

Travellers will have to stay in their rooms for three to four days until the first COVID test is conducted. If the result is negative, you may have limited access to some of the hotel facilities for around one hour daily.

 

on a leash with a tracker necklace and being shadowed by a drone .. 

 

1 hour ago, webfact said:

. If the result is still negative, you are then allowed to go on to your planned itinerary and enjoy your trip.

 

As above but a longer leash and probably with snitches all over the place to grass you up the moment you sneeze .. 

 

Pass the box of snakes I'd rather sit in that .. 

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