BANGKOK – The COVID-19 situation in Thailand is gradually improving, with the country reporting no new domestic cases in eighteen days and returnees being placed in state quarantine. Yesterday, there are no new domestic cases, and 260 returnees, who completed the required 14-day quarantine and tested negative for COVID-19, have returned to their home provinces.
In Chonburi province, in Pattaya, 260 Thai nationals, who returned from Indonesia and Hong Kong, were quarantined at Le Bali Resort & Spa, which was used as a state quarantine facility.
After completing the 14-day period and testing negative for the disease, the returnees were allowed to return to their home provinces. Health officials advised them to follow the necessary guidelines and report themselves to their community leaders. If they have symptoms, such as a fever, a sore throat or runny nose, they have to see a doctor immediately.
Source: Thai National News Bureau