Authorities have asked 157 passengers on board seven recent domestic flights to or from Phuket to take COVID-19 tests and go into quarantine as they were deemed at risk of contracting passengers who were found to have been infected.
The Phuket COVID-19 information centre yesterday released seating charts showing the seat numbers and rows where passengers at risk were seated on all seven flights.
It urged anyone who had been on the flights to immediately take COVID-19 tests at hospitals near their homes. The flights are as follows:
Thai AirAsia flight FD3027 from Don Mueang-Phuket at 5.50pm on 15th April (24 passengers in rows B, C, D, E and F as there were 2 infected passengers).
Thai VietJet flight VZ401 from Chiang Rai to Phuket, at 11.05am on 16th April (24 passengers in rows B, C, D, E and F as there was one infected passenger).
Thai AirAsia flight FD4110 from Suvarnabhumi to Phuket, at 12.06pm on 20th April (28 passengers in rows A, B, C, D, E and F as there were 2 infected passengers).
Thai Smile flight W285 from Suvarnabhumi-Phuket, at 12.30am on 21st April 21 (14 passengers in rows C, H, J and K as one passenger was infected).
Thai VietJet flight VZ301 from Phuket-Bangkok, at 1.40am on 23rd April (19 passengers, rows C, D, E and F as one passenger was infected).
Thai VietJet flight VZ316 from Suvarnabhumi-Phuket, at 6.30pm on 25th April (19 passengers, rows A, B, C and D as one passenger was infected).
Thai VietJet flight VZ308 from Suvarnabhumi to Phuket at 6pm on 26th April (24 passengers, rows A, B, C, D and E as one passenger was infected).
Authorities say passengers who require further information about the matter are being asked to call 094-593-8875 or 062-243-5116.