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Bangkok's Don Mueang Airport Enhances COVID-19 Surveillance

COVID-19 Surveillance at Bangkok Airport

The Airports of Thailand (AOT) has stepped up its surveillance, prevention and control measures for the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) at Don Mueang Airport, following a similar announcement about enhanced measures at Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Aimed at ensuring health confidence among travellers, the enhanced measures at Don Mueang Airport include extra screening points with handheld thermometers at:

  • Immigration’s passport control, International Departures, Level 3, International Passenger Terminal 1
  • Security screening, Domestic Departures, Level 3, Domestic Passenger Terminal 2
  • Entry screening, Domestic Arrivals, Level 1, Domestic Passenger Terminal 2

The extra screening points are in addition to the entry screening points at the International Arrivals, Level 1, International Passenger Terminal 1.

Due to the extra screening, travellers are advised to arrive at Don Mueang Airport at least three hours before your scheduled departure time.

For more information and assistance, please contact the AOT Contact Centre 1722 or Don Mueang Airport Information Centre at +66 (0) 2535-1192.

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