Pandemic of Covid-19 in Thailand


October 18, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic in Thailand has been ongoing in Thailand since January 13, 2020 and is part of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Thailand was the first country to see a confirmed case of COVID-19. First outside China The screening of travelers entering the country found sporadic cases throughout the month. Most of which are those who come from or are residents of China. Until January 31, 2020, it was reported that a patient infected with a domestic transmission was found for the first time. The number of cases remained low throughout February 2020, with 40 confirmed cases at the end of the month. But the number of cases rose sharply in mid-March 2020, where the cause was identified by multiple transmission groups. The largest group took place in a Thai boxing match at Lumpinee Stadium on March 6, 2020. More than 100 confirmed cases per day were added a week later. The government's response to the outbreak began with screening and exposure tracing. There is a screening of COVID at international airports. as well as at the hospital for patients with a history of travel or exposure There is an investigation of the disease in the case of an outbreak group. The Ministry of Education emphasizes on self-monitoring. cleanliness, especially hand washing and avoiding crowds (Or wear a mask instead), although those traveling from high-risk countries are advised to self-isolate. However, there is no travel restriction order until March 5, 2020 and March 19, 2020, there is an additional announcement requiring medical documents certifying international travel and aliens must have health insurance. At the end of March 2020, public places and businesses have been ordered to

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