Thai government starts selling Covid-19 Antigen Test Kits at 35 baht at its official pharmacies, online reportedly available next week

National –

The Government Pharmaceutical Organization (GPO) stated they will officially start selling the first lot of Antigen Test Kits (ATK) at 35 baht per piece at GPO shops today, January 14th, and on its online website on Monday, January 17th.*

*TPN media notes that supplies may vary based on high demand and that these dates given by the GPO are not “set in stone” guarantees that the kits would be in stock and are just “starting dates” for the products being available.

According to GPO Deputy Director Sirikul Matevelungsun, the first lot of 3 million ATK sets would be sold at a price of 35 baht per piece at eight GPO shops, mostly in Bangkok, on Friday. The online purchase would be available via on Monday at the same price. A specific time was not given for when the kits would reportedly be available on Monday, January 17th, neither was what the exact supply levels would be.

The available GPO shops are:

  1. Pharmacy, Ratchathewi Branch (Head Office)
    Tel. 02-203-8847 and 02-203-8849
  2. Pharmacy, Yosse Branch, next to Huachiew Hospital
    Tel. 02-222-5931 and 02-225-6367
  3. Pharmacy, Charansanitwong Branch
    Tel. 02-412-9377
  4. Pharmacy, Thewet Branch Pharmacy, opposite the Bank of Thailand
    Tel. 02-282-0729
  5. Pharmacy, Rangsit Branch, near Si Mum Muang Market
    Tel. 02-536-3526 and 02-536-4086
  6. Pharmacy, the Ministry of Public Health Department of Medical Services Building 2, 1st Floor
    Tel. 02-951-0925 and 02-590-6034
  7. Pharmacy, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, next to Siam Commercial Bank
    Tel. 02-354-9061
  8. Pharmacy, The Government Complex Building B
    Tel. 02-143-8768


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National News Writer at The Pattaya News from September 2020 to October, 2022. Born and raised in Bangkok, Nop enjoys telling stories of her hometown through her words and pictures. Her educational experience in the United States and her passion for journalism have shaped her genuine interests in society, politics, education, culture, and art.