In 80 communities in Bangkok, BMA launches COVID-19 test


From 22 to 31 January, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration is touring the city to carry out tests on people who might be infected with Covid. The objective is to control the spread of the extremely transmissible Omicron variant, according to BMA Permanent Secretary Khajit Chatchavanich.

ATKs will be used at the testing sites to obtain a result within 30 minutes. Those who test positive will then be subjected to an RT-PCR test for confirmation.

Patients with a positive RT-PCR test will be treated at their home, in a community isolation centre, a field hospital or a hospital, depending on the severity of the disease.

People wishing to be tested can go to the local testing centre with their identity card and a blue pen. Everyone is required to strictly follow the HATD measures to protect themselves from infection and not pass it on to others.

The testing centres will be located in different communities as follows:

22 January: Theptavee and Ranee 5 villages

23 January: Soi Kunnatee, Pattana Moo 8 villages, Wat Dao Khanong communities.

January 24: Leng Buai Ia, Meenthong Pattana, KC4 Ruamjai village, opposite Thanin Factory, Suksomboon village, Boonsong and Taksin Samphan communities.

January 25: Suksawat, Fuengfah Pattana, Darussalam Sangsan, Nuanchit, Pattana Ban Sam In, behind Chandrakasem Rajabhat University, Wat Soi Thong, Ruen Thong 2 village, Km24 village, Duang Duen and Wat Yang Suttharam

26 January : Wang Daeng, Nimit Mai Pattana, Prasanmitr Pattana, Moo 14 Pattana, Rom Yen village, Penang market, Penang Pattana market, Mitr Samphan, Rungrueang, Samakee Thewa Soonthorn, Jessada 1, Phromsuk village, Sirinakhon village, behind Ruam Pattana flats, Soi Dok Rak, Sala Ruamjai Pattana, Suksan 9 village, Chao Phraya Siam, Charansanitwong 66/1 and Pung Tao Kong shrine area.

27 January: Phrom Pattana, Ruam Namjai Pattana, near Lat Buakhao canal, Rom Pradu, behind Supapong market, Palang Samakee, Suksan 1, Ruen Thong village 3, Amarin Niwet village 3 plan 1, Hansa Sangsan, Pattana Wat Intrawas village 2 and Charan 31 Ruamjai

28 January : Wat Intharawihan, Sri Nakhon village, Ruam Palang Pattana, Moo 3 Eastern Sam Wa Subdistrict, Ruam Jai Samakee, Ban Kluai, Wat Phraya Krai Phase 3, Wat Phai Ngern, Ban Rewat Niwet 2, Seng Pairoh, Thung Satit, Supapong, Wattananan, Southern Ruamjai Pattana, Lert Ubon 4 village, Porn Phra Ruang Prasit National Housing Authority, Thung Khru Police Station, Soi Mala, behind the Thai Rama Theatre and Saeng Thong.

29 January: Ratchathani village

30 January: Khlong Chan Youth Centre village

31 January: Ket Pairoh 1-2, Ket Pairoh 3-5, and Tim Rueangvej


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