Covid-19 Coronavirus Update.


It is advised to stop all non-essential travel within Thailand or to Thailand until further notice.

Update. 23rd March.

KoHub and all businesses on Koh Lanta have been ordered by the local governement to close from the 23rd March 2020 until 15th April 2020.

KoHub will close and join in the fight against the Covid-19 Pandemic and request that people respect social distancing during this time.

Because of the current situation we recommend not traveling to Koh Lanta and KoHub.

The WHO rate Thailand so far at Alert Level-2 ( Level-3 for Cruise Ships ). But things can change fast, so please stay up to date.

More information can be found here: https://ddc.moph.go.th/viralpneumonia/eng/index.php


Current Members


The space is open for members only.

  • Every member must inform staff of any symptoms, Fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, or pneumonia symptoms: see here for more information.
  • Anyone with symptoms are advised to self-isolate and seeking medical help, in this case they cannot continue to use the space until we know more about the sickness.
  • Every person, each time on entering the space must receive a non-contact temperature check to look for high fever.
  • Every time someone enters the space and after going to the toilet they must wash hands for 20 seconds.
  • Everyone must sit 1 Meter (if not more) apart from each other at all times.
  • Members must not share cups, glasses or food.
  • It is recommended that people use their own water bottle all day. Free bottles are available.
  • Daily social events will be stopped until futher notice, we will look at online events to replace them.

New Members


All new members must follow a 14-days self quarantine from the date of arrival to Thailand and from Travel within in Thailand. They must bring their passport to KoHub to confirm recent travel history.

Our current Policy is to follow what the government recommend tourists to do when they arrive from overseas. In our policy we also have extend the list based on current data, to get ahead of the curve and because the current reported data seems to be behind the real world numbers. They can grow exponentially very fast.

We are asking people to be sensible and go to their hotel and self-monitor for 14 days. To be sure they are ok. For the safety of the staff, community and Thailand.

Here is more information: https://ddc.moph.go.th/viralpneumonia/eng/ind_outbreak.php

"All travelers are recommended to implement control for observation (meaning supervision without quarantine) in order to ensure self-monitoring at their residence for no less than 14 days and comply with the recommendations."


Update. 20th March.

From 22nd March 2020 all travellers to Thailand have to now show authorities a health certificate, issued no more than 72 hours before travelling, confirming that they have been tested and are free from the virus. They must also present an insurance policy showing minimum coverage for coronavirus of not less than US$100,000. Reference

This will mean that 14-days after this date, our earlier 14-day quarantine rule will be replaced.


Important Note.


We will close if it becomes too unsafe or immediately without notice if we are requested to by the governemnt.

Because this is a Pandemic case we will look to survival as a community, so we will follow our terms and have a no refund policy, however all Memberships will be postponed in the case of forced closure due to a Pamndemic like Covid-19 and can be restarted when the situation improves, postponed memberships and packages in this situation are valid to be claimed at any time and will not expire.

KoHub ultimately can decide to allow access or not of any member to the space under any circumstances. We take the safety of our community and staff seriously above everything else.

Thanks.
The KoHub Team.

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