The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (DES) warned today about a website that claims to allow visitors to register for Thailand Pass, a new system for vaccinated visitors who want to enter Thailand that will replace the Certificate of Entry (COE) since Nov. 1
“The affected website address is www.thailandpass.org,” said DES spokeswoman Nopphawan Huajaiman. “The Ministry’s Information Department has investigated and confirmed that it has no affiliation with the DES or any government agency.”
“To apply for the Thailand Pass, you need to visit https://tp.consular.go.th, which has been open for registration since November 1 at 9 a.m.,” the DES spokeswoman said.
Nopphawan added that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been working with Digital Government Development Agency (DGA), the developer of the Thailand Pass registration platform, to ensure smooth operation for all registrants.
“Since the registration platform is still new, some users may experience problems using the website. The responsible authorities are aware of this and will resolve it as soon as possible,” she said. “DGA is also working on optimizing the Thailand Pass website for mobile phone users.”
For more information about Thailand Pass, please contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at www.mfa.go.th or Tel. 0-2203-5000.
To report fake news, contact DES’s Anti Fake News Center at https://www.antifakenewscenter.com/ or Hotline 1111 Ext. 87.
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