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Thailand DDC - English
04/01/2021

Thailand DDC - English

745 cases were reported today. Most of them are migrants who were detected from the active case finding in the communities.

Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has issued the Regulation No. 16, with eight measures, in an effort to remedy t...
04/01/2021

Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has issued the Regulation No. 16, with eight measures, in an effort to remedy the emergency situation because of the resurgence of COVID-19.
The regulation issued and published in the Royal Gazette on 3 January 2021 came into effect from 06.00 hr on 4 January 2021 onwards.
It stated that the new wave of COVID-19 infections has spread widely in many areas and that the number of COVID-19 cases in the country is increasing. The Government deems it necessary to issue the regulation and enforce various measures to remedy this emergency situation, as follows:
1. The use of buildings and premises of schools and all other educational institutions, situated in the maximum control zones, for teaching or any activities with many participants is prohibited, except for teaching and learning electronically or through long-distance communication and for activities of public interest, with the permission of the Bangkok Governor or Provincial Governors.
2. The organizing of activities at risk of spreading the disease in the maximum control zones is forbidden, except the activities carried out by the authorities or those allowed by them.
3. The Bangkok Governor or Provincial Governors are empowered to order the closure of entertainment places, pubs, bars, and karaoke venues, located in the maximum control zones.
4. The following activities in the maximum control zones can be carried out under conditions: 1) The sales of food or beverages; the use of these services must be rearranged in accordance with measures set by the Government, 2) The sales of liquor in food shops or other shops; consumption of liquor and alcoholic beverages in these shops is prohibited, and 3) Department stores, shopping centers, community malls, trade exhibition centers, convention centers, exhibition halls, convenience shops, supermarkets, or similar places can be opened as usual, with strict measures against the disease.
5. The Bangkok Governor or Provincial Governors may order the closure of venues, limit activities, or prohibit the carrying out of certain activities at risk of spreading COVID-19 in their respective areas.
6. Officials have been instructed to screen inter-provincial travel, especially the travel from the maximum control zones, depending on the suitability of each area. The public is requested to suspend their inter-provincial travel; in case of necessity, they must give an explanation and show evidence to the authorities.
7. Entrepreneurs have been asked to give cooperation by considering the form of their operations for the time being, such as working outside their workplaces and introducing staggered shifts or hours, in order to reduce the large numbers of operators and people travelling for work. This measure will help reduce the risk of COVID-19 infections.
8. A special committee has been told to consider relaxing measures to prevent and contain the spread of COVID-19 infections, screen these measures, and submit its proposal to the Prime Minister for approval. It may also propose additional activities as appropriate for the situation.

Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has issued the Regulation No. 16, with eight measures, in an effort to remedy the emergency situation because of the resurgence of COVID-19.

The regulation issued and published in the Royal Gazette on 3 January 2021 came into effect from 06.00 hr on 4 January 2021 onwards.

It stated that the new wave of COVID-19 infections has spread widely in many areas and that the number of COVID-19 cases in the country is increasing. The Government deems it necessary to issue the regulation and enforce various measures to remedy this emergency situation, as follows:

1. The use of buildings and premises of schools and all other educational institutions, situated in the maximum control zones, for teaching or any activities with many participants is prohibited, except for teaching and learning electronically or through long-distance communication and for activities of public interest, with the permission of the Bangkok Governor or Provincial Governors.

2. The organizing of activities at risk of spreading the disease in the maximum control zones is forbidden, except the activities carried out by the authorities or those allowed by them.

3. The Bangkok Governor or Provincial Governors are empowered to order the closure of entertainment places, pubs, bars, and karaoke venues, located in the maximum control zones.

4. The following activities in the maximum control zones can be carried out under conditions: 1) The sales of food or beverages; the use of these services must be rearranged in accordance with measures set by the Government, 2) The sales of liquor in food shops or other shops; consumption of liquor and alcoholic beverages in these shops is prohibited, and 3) Department stores, shopping centers, community malls, trade exhibition centers, convention centers, exhibition halls, convenience shops, supermarkets, or similar places can be opened as usual, with strict measures against the disease.

5. The Bangkok Governor or Provincial Governors may order the closure of venues, limit activities, or prohibit the carrying out of certain activities at risk of spreading COVID-19 in their respective areas.

6. Officials have been instructed to screen inter-provincial travel, especially the travel from the maximum control zones, depending on the suitability of each area. The public is requested to suspend their inter-provincial travel; in case of necessity, they must give an explanation and show evidence to the authorities.

7. Entrepreneurs have been asked to give cooperation by considering the form of their operations for the time being, such as working outside their workplaces and introducing staggered shifts or hours, in order to reduce the large numbers of operators and people travelling for work. This measure will help reduce the risk of COVID-19 infections.

8. A special committee has been told to consider relaxing measures to prevent and contain the spread of COVID-19 infections, screen these measures, and submit its proposal to the Prime Minister for approval. It may also propose additional activities as appropriate for the situation.

Thailand DDC - English
22/12/2020

Thailand DDC - English

how to stay safe from COVID-19
22/12/2020

how to stay safe from COVID-19

Dear all Myanmar people living in Thailand, please stay safe and strictly comply with control measures at your residence...
22/12/2020

Dear all Myanmar people living in Thailand, please stay safe and strictly comply with control measures at your residence. We will flight against COVID-19 together

Now, let's do your duty, share broadly
22/12/2020

Now, let's do your duty, share broadly

Now, 382 new cases of COVID-19 were reported.Please remember!!! If you do not protct yourself, how other can protect oth...
22/12/2020

Now, 382 new cases of COVID-19 were reported
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Please remember!!! If you do not protct yourself, how other can protect others.

382 new cases of COVID-19 were reported on 21 December 2020 in Thailand

let's check the information in Burmese language  for whom need to be quarantined,  observe yourself or practice as usual...
21/12/2020

let's check the information in Burmese language for whom need to be quarantined, observe yourself or practice as usual preventive measures

5 measures to control the outbreak in Samut Sakhon
20/12/2020

5 measures to control the outbreak in Samut Sakhon

Now, a new update of COVID-19 in Samut Sakhon. 689 cases were reported cumulatively.
20/12/2020

Now, a new update of COVID-19 in Samut Sakhon. 689 cases were reported cumulatively.

576 cases were reported today in Thailand. of those, 516 were detected from Active Case Finding in Migrant and Thais in ...
20/12/2020

576 cases were reported today in Thailand. of those, 516 were detected from Active Case Finding in Migrant and Thais in Samut Sakhon (from More than 1000 samples)

If anyone visited the shrimp market in Samut Sakhon province since December 1, 2020, and have developed symptoms of coug...
20/12/2020

If anyone visited the shrimp market in Samut Sakhon province since December 1, 2020, and have developed symptoms of cough, runny nose, fever, etc, they are recommended to seek medical advice - free of charge at the nearest hospital and provide all risk information to the health care provider.
Please wear a mask, keep implementing the social distancing practices and wash hands frequently.
For more information, please contact the DDC hotline 1422.

The Thai Ministry of Public Health announced this evening at an emergency press conference 516 new cases of Covid-19, pr...
19/12/2020

The Thai Ministry of Public Health announced this evening at an emergency press conference 516 new cases of Covid-19, primarily foreign migrant workers from Myanmar.
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This brings the total to 548 since the first patient, a 67-year-old Thai woman, was identified earlier this week who is a shrimp farmer at a local market and works closely with the migrant community.
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Samut Sakhon has thousands of foreign migrant workers from Myanmar. Myanmar is currently having a major outbreak of Covid-19 which, according to the Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul may have come from an illegal migrant who snuck into Thailand.
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Samut Sakhon is being placed under a series of restrictions which include domestic travel restrictions with some areas completely restricted.
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Nearly all non essential business is being closed in the area including malls, bars, salons, entertainment venues etc. The markets involved are also being closed. The Shrimp Central Market and Sri Mueang Apartments are being placed under a hard lockdown along with an accompanying migrant camp and community.
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Restaurants in the affected area Samut Sakhon will be restricted to takeout only, added the Health Department.
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All sports and events and other gatherings are to be cancelled.
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The restrictions will run until after the New Year through January 3rd.
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The area is under a requested curfew of 10:00 PM to 5:00 AM, although it is not yet hard enforced. Residents are being requested (but not hard ordered) not to leave the province although certain areas will have hard domestic travel restrictions according to the Governor.

19/12/2020

Samut Sakhon will be locking down until 3 January next year (10.00PM - 5.00 AM) after 548 detective covid-19 cases were reported nationwide.

If anyone visited the Shrimp market at Samut Sakhon province since December 1, 2020, and has developed the symptoms of c...
19/12/2020

If anyone visited the Shrimp market at Samut Sakhon province since December 1, 2020, and has developed the symptoms of cough, runny nose, have a fever, etc, they are recommended to seek medical advice - free of charge at the nearest hospitals and provide all risk information to the doctor.

please wear a mask, keep implementing the social distancing and wash hands frequently

for more information, please contact 1422

Oh my God , 34 cases where reported today. 12 cases were new local transmission.
19/12/2020

Oh my God , 34 cases where reported today. 12 cases were new local transmission.

34 new cases were reported on 19 December 2020,
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13 cases were foreigners who arrived from India(1), Germany(1), Russia(1), Italy (1), USA (2), Namibia (2), Bangladesh (2), and England (3)
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9 cases were Thais who arrived from Kenya (1), Germany(1), Bahrain(1), UAE (1), Taiwan(1), Netherlands (1), England (1), and Saudi Arabia (2)
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12 cases were the new local transmitted cases in Samut Sakon.
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Of those, 15 cases from Bangkok, 4 cases from Chonburi, 3 cases from Samut Prakarn, and 12 cases from Samut Sakorn were detected in SQ/ASQ/HQ
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9 cases were symptomatic cases

Who have to quarantine?
17/12/2020

Who have to quarantine?

Who! Have to quarantine?

The department of Disease Control Thailand released the circle which explains 3 groups with different risks.

If you stay closely with the confirmed case(s) in the circle one (one by one), you have to quarantine in the place (state quarantine or hospital quarantine)

If you stay a bit far from confirmed case(s) (the 2nd circle), you must observe your symptoms, if you have abnormal, you must go to hospital for seeking a medical attention

If you stay in the 3rd circle, you don't have to quarantine at all.

20 cases were reported on 17 December 2020.
17/12/2020

20 cases were reported on 17 December 2020.

20 cases were reported for COVID-19 on 17 December 2020, including
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6 cases were foreigners who arrived from India(1), France(1), Pakistan(1), Switzerland (1), and England (2)
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14 cases were Thais who arrived from England (1), UAE(1), France(1), Kuwait (1), USA(1), Sweden (2), Switzerland (2), and India (5)
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Of those, 11 cases from Bangkok, 8 cases from Chonburi, and 1 case from Samut Prakarn were detected in SQ/ASQ/HQ

Thailand DDC - English
16/12/2020

Thailand DDC - English

The COVID-19 Situation in Thailand on 16 December 2020.
15 cases were new reported including 4 cases were foreigners who arrived from UAE(1), France(1), India (1), and Brazil (1)
11 cases were Thais who arrived from UAE (1), Hong Kong(1), Hungary (1), India (1), Bahrain (1), USA (1), England (2), and Myanmar (3)
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Of those, 8 cases from Bangkok, 3 cases from Chonburi, 3 cases from Chain Rai, and 1 case from Rayong were detected in SQ/ASQ/HQ
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1 case were symptomatic cases

เตือนคนไทยการ์ดอย่าตก ขนาดยักษ์สุวรรณภูมิ ยังใส่หน้ากากอนามัย
16/12/2020
เตือนคนไทยการ์ดอย่าตก ขนาดยักษ์สุวรรณภูมิ ยังใส่หน้ากากอนามัย

เตือนคนไทยการ์ดอย่าตก ขนาดยักษ์สุวรรณภูมิ ยังใส่หน้ากากอนามัย

นพ.สุวรรณชัย วัฒนายิ่งเจริญชัย อธิบดีกรมอนามัย กระทรวงสาธารณสุข เป็นประธาน รณรงค์สวมหน้ากากและยกระดับมาต...

Thailand situation of COVID-19 pandemics. The number of cases were raised for many day. Please keep your guard firmly. (...
10/12/2020

Thailand situation of COVID-19 pandemics. The number of cases were raised for many day. Please keep your guard firmly. (Wearing a mask importantly)

The COVID-19 update in Thailand
On 10 December 2020,
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9 cases were foreigner who arrived from Kenya(1), USA(1), Nepal (1), Philippines (2), Switzerland (2), and England (2)
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8 cases were Thais who arrived from Russia (1), Libya (1), Sweden (2), Switzerland (2), and Italy (2)
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One case was new local transmitted case, who is the health personnel
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Of those, 1 case from Samut Prakarn, 1 case from Pathum Thani, 7 case from Chonburi and 9 cases from Bangkok were detected in SQ/ASQ/HQ
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2 cases were symptomatic case

Today covid-19 update in Thailand
09/12/2020

Today covid-19 update in Thailand

Today’s COVID-19 Situation in Thailand
25 cases were reported today. Of those, 9 cases were foreigner who arrived from Russia (1 case), Switzerland(1 case), Turkey (2 cases), Kuwait (2 cases), South Korea (3 cases)
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16 cases were Thais who arrived from Sweden (1 case), Singapore (1case), USA (2cases), Switzerland (5 cases), and Myanmar (7cases)
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Of those, 7 cases from Chaing Rai, 11 cases from Chonburi, and 7 case from Bangkok were detected in SQ/ASQ/HQ
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4 cases were symptomatic cases

Today's update of Covid-19 situation in Thailand
08/12/2020

Today's update of Covid-19 situation in Thailand

19 cases were reported today( 8th December 2020)

3 cases were foreigner who arrived from Bulgeria (1), England (1), Denmark (1)
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3 cases were Thais who arrived from Turkey (1), Morocco (1), Bahrain (1)
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2 cases were foreigner who returned from USA, 7 cases were foreigner who traveled from Myanmar
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4 cases were new locally transmitted cases who are contact of confirmed cases.
Of those, 7 cases from Chaing Rai, 1 case from Samut Prakarn, 5 cases from Chonburi, and 1 case from Bangkok were detected in SQ/ASQ/HQ
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9 cases were asymptomatic cases

Thailand hosted the 6th Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) Ministerial Meeting highlighting multi-sectoral cooperation...
24/11/2020

Thailand hosted the 6th Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) Ministerial Meeting highlighting multi-sectoral cooperation to achieve the GHSA goals by 2024.

Thailand received the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) Steering Group Chairmanship from the Netherlands on the 20th November during the 6th GHSA Ministerial Meeting hosted by Thailand via a virtual platform during 18 – 20 November 2020. In addition, Thailand had supported the sixteen virtual Pre-Ministerial Side Meetings during October 2020. The total of approximately 1,000 ministers, delegates, ambassadors of the embassies in Thailand and worldwide, participants, and observers as well as development partners (WHO, FAO, OIE) from more than 40 countries had attended the meetings.

read more >> https://ddc.moph.go.th/oic/news.php?news=15742&deptcode=

"The Impact of COVID-19 on Partnerships between Government, Private Sector and Civil Society" was shared by Dr. Soawapak...
07/10/2020
2020 Global NGO Forum on International Development - Panel Discussion III Dr. Soawapak Hinjoy

"The Impact of COVID-19 on Partnerships between Government, Private Sector and Civil Society" was shared by Dr. Soawapak Hinjoy (Director of Office of International Cooperation, Department of Disease Control, Thailand) in the 2020 Global NGO Forum on International Development Moderated by Mr. Anthony Carlisle (International Affairs Supervisor, the Garden of Hope Foundation)

https://youtu.be/gdaV3uk3Pi4

Panel Discussion III: The Impact of COVID-19 on Partnerships between Government, Private Sector and Civil Society Moderator: Mr. Anthony Carlisle (Internatio...

Thailand MOPH revealed additional details of investigation in the first  local transmission case after 100 days free of ...
04/09/2020

Thailand MOPH revealed additional details of investigation in the first local transmission case after 100 days free of local virus cases.
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Dr. Sopon Iamsirithaworn, the Director of Division of Communicable Diseases, Department of Disease Control and the incident commander of DDC COVID-19 Emergency Operation Center said that a 37 year-old Thai male prisoner who was detected in the quarantine area of a prison. He was the first local transmission case after 100 days free of local virus cases in Thailand.
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He used to be a DJ in the Pub named "3days 2 nights" where have branches in the areas of Praram 3 and Praram 5 and another restaurant at "First Cafe in Khaosan Rd". The investigation result revealed his timeline (since 15 August 2020 or 14 days before detection) as follows;

On 16 August - he went to work at "3days 2 nights" at Praram 5 between 10.00 PM - 01.00 AM.
On 17 August - he went to work at "3days 2 nights" at Praram 3 between 10.00 PM - 02.00 AM.
On 18 August - he went to work at the First Cafe at Khoasan Rd between 9.00 PM - Midnight
On 20 August - he went to work at "3days 2 nights" at Praram 3
On 21 August - he went to work at "3days 2 nights" at Praram 5
On 22 August - he went to work at "3days 2 nights" at Praram 3
and On 26 August - he went to the Ratchara Court

16 were identified as the close contacts, but the laboratory results were all negative for SARS-CoV-2. He exhibited symptoms since 29 August by having phlegm and were positive of SARS-CoV-2 on 2nd September.

The Thai Chana information was analyzed and messages were sent to individuals, who check-in and out during those periods of time. All high-risk persons were tested, but all were negative. However those persons are monitored for 14 days.

The Nonthaburi Public Health Office told that any person suspected for taking risks and met the PUI criteria can receive the COVID-19 testing at Bang Kruai 2 Hospital for free of charges.
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Now, The total number of COVID-19 confirmed cases are 3,231 cases with 4 new confirmed cases. 3277 cases were recovered and 96 cases are under treating, and 58 cases deaths.
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Today, 4 new confirmed cases including;
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One confirmed case is a 36 year-old American male who arrived Thailand on 25 August and the COVID-19 laboratory results were positive on September 1st. He presented fever and cough.
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One confirmed case is a 54 year-old Thai male employee who arrived in Thaialand on August 30 and the COVID-19 laboratory results were positive on September 2nd, but he was aysmptomatic case.
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One confirmed case is a 53 year-old Thai male interpreter in Saudi Arabia. He has had a respiratory infection since July 2020. He was referred to Thailand by the Air Ambulance. Now, he is under the medical attention.
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Thailand MOPH asked for cooperation from people to practice the self-protection measures to keep individual safe, and prevent the infection from COVID-19 by wearing a face mask/cloth mask when the individual is leaving the residence or visit the crowded places, and frequently wash their hands. Please check-in and check- out when entry-exit the public places. The MOPH also requires the operators to maintain the disease prevention measures in their service areas.

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