Bangkok sets up 6 more of COVID testing centers

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Governor Aswin said the City Hall would provide COVID-19 tests at the six locations instead of operating mobile testing units to reduce confusion among people.

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration sets up six COVID-19 testing units which will start services on Saturday (Aug 7).

Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang said the City Hall would provide COVID-19 tests at the six locations instead of operating mobile testing units to reduce confusion among people.



The six testing stations are at:

  1.  Phat 2 sporting ground in Ratchathewi district for 500 walk-in people a day from 6.30am with telephone number 0 2354 4212
  2. Government Complex in Laksi district for 1,000 walk-in people a day from 7am with telephone number 0 2982 2081-2
  3. 72nd Anniversary Stadium in Min Buri district for 700 walk-in people a day from 6am with telephone number 0 2836 9999 ext 3621 and 3622
  1. The recreation center of Lumpini park in Pathumwan district for 500 people a day from 7am with telephone number 0 2214 1044 and bookings via the QueQ app
  2. Under Rama VIII Bridge in Bang Phlat district for 400 people a day from 8am with telephone number 0 2424 0056 ext 5657 and bookings via QueQ
  3. Bang Khae Phirom market in Bang Khae district for 600 walk-in people a day from 8am with telephone number 0 2415 0157 (TNA)

The six COVID-19 testing units will start services on Saturday (Aug 7).