Thai Prime Minister advocates working from home, Bangkok has prepared 4 square cabin hospitals
(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) The Prime Minister of Thailand advocates working from home, Bangkok has prepared 4 shelter hospitals
China News Service, Bangkok, April 13th (Reporter Wang Guoan) Thailand’s New Coronary Pneumonia Epidemic Management Center on the 13th Said that due to the spread of the new round of the epidemic in Thailand, the number of confirmed cases continues to increase, including public servants, administrative officials and their families. In order to prevent and control the epidemic, Prime Minister Prayut advocated that employees of the public service work from home until the 30th of this month.
p > The center stated through the official website of social media that Prayut hopes that everyone will wear masks, maintain social distancing, and wash hands frequently during the epidemic. People who have been in and out of epidemic risk locations must be quarantined independently and avoid going to public places.
While working from home, employees of the civil service department can study online or participate in meetings.
On the same day, the Royal Palace Office of Thailand announced that 7 locations including the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Bang Pa-in Palace in Ayutthaya, Phu Ping Palace in Chiang Mai, and Queen Sirikit Thais Museum in Bangkok It will be closed from now until the epidemic situation improves, and the reopening date will be notified separately.
Bangkok is one of the most severe areas in Thailand in the new round of the epidemic. The mayor of the city, Asayun, said on the same day that in response to the increasing number of confirmed cases, it was decided to transform the Bangkok Stadium into a square cabin hospital with a capacity of 350 beds, which will be put into use on April 19.
Asayun said that since the outbreak of this round of the epidemic at the beginning of the month, including the Bangkok Stadium, the Bangkok City Government has prepared 4 shelter hospitals and added 1,250 beds to ease the shortage of medical beds. problem.
Thailand notified 965 new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia on the 13th, and the number of confirmed cases exceeded 900 for the third consecutive day. As of that day, Thailand had a total of 34,575 confirmed cases, of which 28,288 were cured and 97 died. (End)