Thai Prime Minister Urges Public To Live Safely With Covid19 Coronavirus Under Preventive Measures

Thai Prime Minister Urges Public To Live Safely With Covid19 Coronavirus Under Preventive Measures

Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha is urging the public to understand a new way of living safely with the Covid19 Coronavirus, a government spokesman said yesterday against the fall of the evening.

Speaking on behalf of the Prime Minister, Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana said the Prime Minister had been very vigilant about the domestic situation of Covid19 in Thailand and ordered all related departments to closely monitor the infection situation after the number of daily infections exceeded over three consecutive days. reached ten thousand.

The Department of Health reminded the public that although the Omicron variant spread rapidly, the symptoms were no more severe than the Delta variant, as evidenced by the stable number of deaths and critical patients, and that the vast majority of cases were mild or was asymptomatic.

The public health system could still keep the situation under control and provide medical assistance to patients with serious conditions. Patients with no symptoms or mild symptoms received home isolation and treatments.

The Prime Minister then instructed the government to create a public understanding that people can all live safely with Covid-19 under strict preventive measures. He also assured that at the next CCSA meeting (the Administrative Center for Covid19 Control) there would be a review of current preventive measures, including the relaxation of measures, to help people live normal lives as soon as possible.

This meeting is supposed to be scheduled for the end of this week.

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