BMW Group Thailand, HackVax Open Design, Bangchak Corporation PCL., Zico Foundation, QueQ, Volunteer Organizers, and Maharat Nakhon Ratchasima Hospital, collaborate in setting up COVID-19 testing stations across Bangkok
Bangkok. With the commitment to fight against COVID-19 in Thailand and continue supporting the Chaipattana Foundation Fund for COVID-19 (and Other Diseases), a collaboration between
BMW Group Thailand, HackVax Open Design, Bangchak Corporation PCL., Zico Foundation, QueQ Application, Volunteer Organizers, and Maharat Nakhon Ratchasima Hospital, will be offering COIVD-19 tests for those living in Bangkok. With a mission to expand this service to other locations and provinces, this initiative will be an alternative option for Thais to proactively get COVID-19 testing to remain vigilant over one’s health and help slowing the spread of the pandemic.
Between 4-9 August 2021, the Covid-19 testing stations will be covering various locations across Bangkok including:
- On August 4, 2021, at Wat Nang Ratchawihan, Chom Thong District (Fully booked)
- On August 5, 2021, at Pak Tai Association, Bang Kae District (Can be booked via QueQ)
- On August 6, 2021, at Wat Kaew Fah Chulamanee, Bang Sue District (Can be booked via QueQ)
- On August 7, 2021, at Wat Yang, On Nut, Bang Na, Suan Luang District (Registration within the districts)
- On August 8, 2021, at Wat Saen Kasem, Nong Chok District (Can be booked via QueQ)
- On August 9, 2021, (awaiting confirmation for the exact venue)
*To note, locations are subjected to change. For further information and any updates on locations, date and time please go to the QueQ app for registration.
For those who wish to get tested need to pre-register online through the QueQ Application, which is entirely free of charge. After the test, results of the Rapid Antigen Test will be provided as verification of testing. Additionally, in accordance with health and safety protocols there will be strict social distancing measures enforced, for which daily capacity limits can be found through the QueQ Application. To prevent the spread of disease, there will be no Walk-ins accepted at any of the stations.
Furthermore, BMW Group Thailand will provide 6 units of BMW X1 xDrive20d and MINI Cooper S Countryman vehicles to support the initiative, which will be used as transportation for medical personnel and volunteers throughout this mission.