Pattaya health volunteers check camps, slum for Covid-19

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Public Health Department workers, Arunothai village health volunteers, neighborhood President Amnuay Muangthong and Arunothai Primary Health Center Chairwoman Saiying Muangthong survey migrant-laborer camps and slums for signs of Covid-19.

Pattaya health volunteers surveyed migrant-laborer camps and slums for signs of Covid-19.

Accompanied by Public Health Department workers, Arunothai village health volunteers joined neighborhood President Amnuay Muangthong and Arunothai Primary Health Center Chairwoman Saiying Muangthong for the March 23 inspection.

No Covid-19 testing was done, but volunteers had laborers and residents complete questionnaires and took temperatures.

The plan was to send anyone with suspicious indicators or working in high-risk areas to Banglamung Hospital for a coronavirus test, but nothing set off the radar.



While there, the volunteers dispensed information on how to prevent dengue fever and other mosquito-borne diseases.

No Covid-19 testing was done, but volunteers had laborers and residents complete questionnaires and took temperatures.


The volunteers also dispensed information on how to prevent dengue fever and other mosquito-borne diseases.