COVID-19 Updates

Chiang Mai Provincial Order 136/2021

ORDER

Communicable Disease Committee No. 136/2021


Control Measures of Activities Involving A Large Number of People


Regular Gatherings or Any Activities

Limit the number of participants to no more than 50 people


For necessary meetings, contact Unit 1 Chiang Mai Provincial Director of the Department of Disease Control for them to submit your proposal to Provincial Covid-19 Committee for consideration and approval.


  • Limit time spent doing activities with others

  • Do not gather to eat food together


As of September 1, 2021 until Further Notice

(Cancel the Order No. 66/2021, 99/2021)


Communicable Diseases Committee

Chiang Mai Province

Covid-19 Command Center

Chiang Mai Province



Chiang Mai Provincial Order 92/2021

Guidelines for Covid-19 Vaccinations

New Order No. 40

The Chiang Mai Governor Office issued a new order on April 20, 2021. The order (40/2021) takes effect from 21 April 2021 onward. No end date was provided.

*This is an English translation of the order featured below. These are not mandates from The Family Connection Foundation.*

Below is a summary of pertinent information:

  1. This order cancels the order no. 32/2021 dated 8th April 2021

  2. People traveling into Chiang Mai are required to fill in the CM Chana application or form CM1 / CM2.

  3. People who travel from high risk zones (Bangkok, Samut Prakarn, Samut Sakorn, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Udon Thani, Khon Kaen, Nakhon Rachasima, Sa Kaew, Prachuap Kiri Khan, Chonburi, Rayong, Phuket, Songkhla, Nakhon Pathom, Tak, Supanburi) must do this:

    1. Report to the Disease Control Officer immediately and follow the suggestions generated by the CM Chana application. If no messages were received, please call 0848052121 or 0848053131.

    2. The person will be under the supervision of Disease Control for observation for 14 days. The person will be required to document his or her daily record to self-monitor following the CM3 form. If the person needs to leave his or her home for any reason, the person will be required to provide evidence as for the reason to the Disease Control Officer or the appointed person from the Disease Control Office for their approval.

  4. People who travel from other provinces other than the high risk zone must do this:

    1. Follow the guidelines given by CM Chana app.

    2. Self monitoring and report to the local Disease Control Officer immediately when they feel sick.

  5. The Disease Control Office in each district will appoint district volunteers to help with monitoring in their areas.

  6. Hotels, apartments, or similar businesses will collect information about their visitors and check if they have registered with CM Chana application and report to the Disease Control Officer in the area.

  7. Any previous order from the Disease Control Office that is in conflict with this order will be overruled.

When should you get a COVID-19 test?

The following is a useful guideline put out by PR Chiang Mai for when you should get tested for COVID-19. The guideline has recently changed, so be sure to familiarize yourself with the information.


The following is based on the featured graphic:

  1. No symptoms and no close contact with a COVID-19 patient. Advice is that you stay home to save lives.

  2. No symptoms but close contact. Advice is self-quarantine for 14 days.

  3. Mild symptoms & no close contact. Advice is self-quarantine for 14 days.

  4. Mild symptoms & close contact. Advice is go and get tested.

  5. & 6. are severe symptoms & high risk groups. Get tested!