Labour Minister Reports “Section 33 We Love Each Other” Project Closes Online Registrations Today; Rights Reviews and Registrations for Non-Smartphone Users Open from March 15-28 in SSO Branches Nationwide

 Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin gave an overview of the “Section 33 We Love Each Other” project registrations. From February 21 to March 7, 2021, a total of 8,185,079 people has registered. In the next phase, registrations for insured persons without smartphones will open from March 15-28, 2021, and then for rights reviews. The process will require one ID card for contact at the Social Security Offices in Bangkok and branches and provinces nationwide.

On March 7, 2021, Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin gave an overview of the online registrations for the “Section 33 We Love Each Other” project through the www.M33WeLoveEachOther.com website. From February 21 to March 7, 2021, a total of 8,185,079 people has registered. In the next phase, registrations for insured persons without smartphones will open from March 15-28, 2021, and open for rights reviews. The process will require one ID card for contact at the Social Security Offices in Bangkok and branches and provinces nationwide. Today is the last day for registrations, which has taken place from February 21 to March 7, 2021. From a target of 9.27 million eligible persons, the latest information shows that 8,185,079 insured persons under Section 33 have registered, with around 1 million remainings. This number includes those who received the money in the “We Win” project, those with account deposits of over 500,000 Baht, and those with other technical problems such as the name and surname does not match the Thai Government Registry database or the insured person database, delayed registrations or the insured person doesn’t have a smartphone. The top five provinces with the highest numbers remaining were Bangkok, Chonburi, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, and Chiang Mai. The Social Security Office has worked proactively by sending the information of the insured person who has not yet registered to the local social security office to coordinate with the employer establishment to urgently monitor and encourage employees to rush to register on time.

Mr. Suchart said that the “Section 33 We Love Each Other” project was approved by the government under the leadership of Prime Minister and Defense Minister General Prayuth Chan-ocha on February 15, 2021. The government will pay 4,000 Baht for eligible persons who have registered. Under the supervision of Deputy Prime Minister General Prawit Wongsuwan, the Ministry of Labour and the Labour Minister have tracked the progress all along.

For insured persons without smartphones, registrations will open on March 15 to 28, 2021, at the Social Security Offices in Bangkok and branches and provinces nationwide. The Social Security Officer will enter the registration website for those who do not have a smartphone (to inform) and then record the personal information on behalf of the insured person by filling in the insured person’s ID card information. The insured person must then press to confirm that they acknowledge the criteria, conditions, and consent to join the “Section 33 We Love Each Other” project. From there, verification will be required on whether the applicant is an insured person under Section 33, whether they are Thai, are not a State Welfare Cardholder, have not joined the “We Win” project, and do not have account deposits exceeding 500,000 Baht. The process after registration closes today (March 7, 2021) will request to review rights and open for rights review services from March 15 to 28, 2021. The services will be available at the Social Security Offices in all areas, in Bangkok, and all provinces across the country, using only one ID card for contact.
For more information, contact the Ministry of Labour’s 1506 hotline, press 1 for the Social Security Office.

 

Source: Ministry of Labour

 

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