Thai PM calls on officials to take care of returnees from Malaysia

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The military and police are located at checkpoints and border offices to maintain safety and public health measures around the country.
The military and police are located at checkpoints and border offices to maintain safety and public health measures around the country.

BANGKOK – The PM has asked officials to take care of those returning from Malaysia, as well as to support the public in following measures to protect themselves from the COVID-19.



Between April 18th and 24th, 2681 Thais returned from Malaysia, including 1,761 legal returnees and 920 who illegally entered the kingdom. All of them have been screened and transferred to their local state quarantine facility.

Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-O-Cha has asked the Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC) Region 4 to take good care of the returnees and to work with the provincial Islamic council, local administrations, subdistrict headmen, village headmen and local health officers to support the public in strictly abiding by the measures in place to prevent the infection of COVID-19.

Meanwhile, the military and police are located at checkpoints and are patrolling to maintain safety around the country, as well as cleaning public areas, providing cloth masks and serving meals cooked in mobile kitchen trailers to villages.(NNT)




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