But even if you can afford it, why would you spend it being in a place like Phuket with all nightlife closed? Multiple swabs up your nose and risk of being put in hospital. Holidays are supposed to be fun. Do we remember that? Totally crazy. Only people there are people with a reason to be in Thailand. No one, and I mean no one, is going there from work for 2 weeks on holiday and returning with family. I just simply do not believe it. If I’m wrong then where’s the proof. Where’s the pictures of deckchairs and groups on the beach? Not happening.
Yes thanks @JamesE I’ve done this a couple of times now for people I know travelling back. I should have recalled that. Do you know what would happen regarding the 72 hour test if you arrive at a gate for a connecting flight after this has expired? So the scenario is this:
You get your PCR test done at 09:00 on Monday. You get your results back at 09:00 Tuesday. When does the 72 hours start? Time of test or time of result? I assume it’s time of test? So, it’s logged as 09:00 Monday. You fly out Wednesday evening (let’s say 65 hours after the Monday test. You arrive in the middle east 71 hours after your test. Wait in transit for 4 hours and present for onward leg to Thailand 75 hours after your test. Will they let you travel?
Sorry, I’m not expecting you to know, but perhaps a member can clear up this scenario. The same goes if it’s 72 hours starting from when the hospital issue the test result. What if your connecting flight departure breaches the 72 hour rule? It’s all a bit tight it things get delayed and I certainly wouldn’t want to do this over a weekend.
You want proof, I will give you proof alright, a few people have stubbed their toes causing bruising, that was caused by the vaccine, people all over the place are getting drunk, falling over and banging their heads, that was caused by the vaccine.
The evidence is all around for us to see. LOL