Thailand prepares hospitals for possible Covid-19 New Year’s clusters

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According to the Department of Public Health, it currently has around 140,000 beds and has prepared home isolation and community isolation systems, as most Omicron patients do not have symptoms requiring treatment with the. hospital.

Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-O-Cha, as head of the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration, instructed the public health system to be ready for possible Covid-19 clusters after the New Year. , equipment, officers must be prepared to deal with any situation. General Prayut believes that even if the number of Covid-19 infections increases, the Thai health system will still be able to control it.

According to the Department of Public Health, it currently has around 140,000 beds and has prepared home isolation and community isolation systems, as most Omicron patients do not have symptoms requiring treatment with the. hospital.


Prime Minister Prayut also suggested that members of the public be fully immunized and follow hygiene measures.

He added that during the New Year’s holidays, citizens should prioritize safety and be vigilant at all times against possible infections. (NNT)

Prime Minister Prayut suggested that members of the public be fully immunized and follow hygiene measures.


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