The Chief of the Phuket Provincial Health Office, Dr. Thanit Sermkaew, has confirmed that all domestic arrivals to Phuket will not need to undergo a 14-day self-quarantine procedure.
It had been understood previously that arrivals from right “high-risk” provinces would be required to undergo a 14-day quarantine when arriving on the southern island.
However, Dr. Sermkaew told The Phuket News that a decision had never been made regarding arrivals from high-risk provinces. He continued by saying that all domestic tourists can go to Phuket without undergoing quarantine procedures.
While arrivals to Phuket do not need to self-quarantine, they will still be required to register online using this link – https://phuketsmartcheckin.glideapp.io/.
Registration includes attaching a recent portrait photo along with travel and personal information.
Source: The Phuket News