SRT reiterates NACC, 5 provinces, maximum control area A travel certificate is required before purchasing a ticket.
Mr. Nirut Maneepun, Governor of the State Railway of Thailand Revealed that according to the COVID-19 Situation Management Center or the Commission on measures, criteria and guidelines for cross-provincial travel screening Or travel outside the area By stipulating the highest and strict control areas in 5 provinces, namely Samut Sakhon, Chon Buri, Rayong, Chanthaburi and Trat, to refrain from traveling across provinces or in the case of a need to travel outside the area, there must be documents confirming the necessity of travel.
This is to confirm to government officials and related agencies and must strictly follow the ticket purchase process by presenting the ID card and filling out documents confirming the necessity of travel (Form Tor. 8-Khor / SRT). T.) And must have a letter of approval from the province outside the area to be shown. But if the passenger does not have such documents Will not be able to purchase train tickets
Therefore, in order to implement such measures to be effective. The State Railway of Thailand has therefore increased surveillance measures and prevent the spread of COVID-19 in accordance with the policy of the CRC and the Ministry of Transport. By specifying that the train station located in Chonburi Province Which is a province that still has bus march services in the highest and strict control areas
Mr. Nirut said that it consisted of 9 stations of Phan Thong, Chonburi, Bang Phra, Sriracha Junction, Bang Lamung, Pattaya, Ban Huai Khwang, Khao Chi Chan Junction, Plutaluang, including 2 trains passing through the said route, namely the regular train at 283 Bangkok. – Plutaluang departure time 06.55 at 11.20 hrs. And Ordinary train at 284 Plutaluang – Bangkok from 13.35 hrs. Until 18.15 hrs. Measures, criteria and guidelines must be followed in the screening of cross-provincial travel. Or travel outside the area of the CRC
In addition, SRT has set up a screening point to measure passenger fever before entering the station area. Management of hand sanitisers And masking Along with the application scan Thailand wins before and after using the service But if the passenger is unable to use the application, the Thai wins Instead, fill out the travel information. At the same time, all station personnel are required to wear masks at all times. And wear gloves while selling the passenger ticket Including increasing the frequency of cleaning frequently touched spots such as the front of the ticket office Passenger chairs, handrails, stairs every 2 hours and in every train in service As well as to spray disinfectants inside the station every day