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D-Day 19 June, the bus station returns to serve the route Mo Chit 2-Phuket

18 June 2021- Mr. Sanlak Panwattanalikit, President of Transport Company Limited (Bor Sor.) revealed that the bus station is preparing to resume service on the Mo Chit 2 – Phuket route tomorrow (19 June 2021) to prepare for transportation to support people and tourists who wish to travel to Phuket Ready to give instructions to all operators User convenience including implementing public health standards and strict safety standards to build confidence for service users

For the Mo Chit 2 – Phuket route, there are 2 trips a day. The bus leaves Bangkok Bus Terminal (Chatuchak) or Mo Chit 2 at 4:30 p.m. and departs from the Phuket bus station at 4:30 p.m. The fare is 637 baht. round trip On all routes of the Bus Station, passengers will also receive an additional 10% discount on fare. For more information about travel, please contact Call Center1490, call Bus Station 24 hours a day and reserve tickets in advance via the Bus Station website https:// tcl99web.transport.co.th/Home , 7-Eleven stores, counter service in every branch, and ticket dealers of Bus Stations across the country.

However, those who will travel to the area of ​​Phuket Must have received 2 doses of Sinovac vaccination against COVID-19 or received 1 dose of AstraZeneca vaccination. If there is no documentation, they will be subject to 14-day quarantine at home (Home-Hotel Quarantine). Announcement of the provincial office directly

In this regard, the service users are requested to cooperate. Comply with DMHTTA public health measures such as social distancing, avoiding contact with others, wearing a cloth mask or hygienic mask at all times, washing hands frequently, registering through the Thaichana application. In the event that the application cannot be used Can fill in the form specified by the Department of Land Transport. and if you have ever been in a risky area or close contact with people in risk groups Please use self-quarantine measures. (Self-quarantine) strictly. to reduce the widespread spread of the COVID-19 virus.

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