Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin led a team to Pathum Thani to visit the Rights Review Coordination Center’s services for the Section 33 We Love Each Other project at the Social Security Office in the Mobile Coordination Center at Demco PCL, Pathum Thani.
On March 15, 2021, Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin chaired the visit to observe the services of the Rights Review Coordination Center for the Section 33 We Love Each Other project at the Pathum Thani Social Security Office in Muaeng, Pathum Thani, and the Mobile Coordination Center at Demco PCL, Prik Thai, Muaeng, Pathum Thani. Assistant to the Labour Minister Mr. Surachai Chaitrakulthong, Advisor to the Labour Minister Mrs. Thiwalrat Angkinan, the Labour Minister’s Secretariat Mr. Suthep Chitayavong, Police Major General Nantachat Supamongkol from the Office of the Prime Minister’s Secretariat performing duties for the Ministry of Labour, Permanent Secretary of Labour Mr. Suthi Sukosol, Governor of Pathum Thani Mr. Chaiwat Chuenkosoom, Chairperson of Demco PCL Mrs. Prapee Puipanthawong, together with Ministry of Labour’s senior management, also participate in this occasion. The Labour Minister said that the government under the leadership of Prime Minister and Minister of Defense General Prayuth Chan-ocha, and the Ministry of Labour under the supervision of Deputy Prime Minister General Prawit Wongsuwan, gives importance to the support and remedies to alleviate the cost of living of insured persons under Section 33. The government provided remedies of 4,000 Baht per person, whereby applicants registered online via the www.M33WeLoveEachOther.com website from February 21 to March 7, 2021. There were 8,208,286 registered users who have been checked, processed, and screened for eligibility from March 8 to 14, 2021.
Mr. Suchart said that today, the Social Security Office had announced the right to receive the funds on the www.M33WeLoveEachOther.com website. Those who receive a notice of ineligibility must hurry to review the rights from March 15 to 28, 2021. There are two groups. The first is those who have not registered before and those who have received SMS from Krungthai Bank that their name is wrong. Such groups must review their rights via the www.M33WeLoveEachOther.com website. The second is people who do not have smartphones and those who have registered but the system notified them that they are not insured under Section 33. This group of people must review their rights at the Social Security Office in Bangkok or provincial branches nationwide, 8.30 hours to 18.30 hours, every day, including public holidays. People reviewing their rights must use their ID card with a smart card. The Rights Review Coordination Center for the Section 33 We Love Each Other project was established to facilitate insured persons. It is responsible for coordinating matters and checking the right of insured persons under Section 33 to provide advice on the project. The center also responds to inquiries in the event of disqualification from the project to insured persons who are not entitled to other cases as well, at the Social Security Office in Bangkok and provincial branches nationwide.
In this regard, the Rights Review Coordination Center for the Section 33 We Love Each Other project at the Social Security Office, Pathum Thani Province, found that there are 391,401 insured persons entitled. A total of 316,549 people registered through the www.M33WeLoveEachOther.com website, whereas 74,852 people have no registered. Today, 125 insured persons requested a rights review. Demco PCL in Pathum Thani has 610 insured persons, whereby 123 people had not yet registered, mostly because they did not have smartphones.
Source: Ministry of Labour