The Thai Government is Thinking of Doing A Partial Lockdown Due To New COVID-19 Surge

The Thai government is considering taking partial lockdown measures and putting more COVID-19 control measures in outbreaks read zones in Chon Buri, Prachuap Khiri Khan (where Hua Hin is located), and Chon Buri.
A new record high occurred on Wednesday, April 14th, 2021.
Gen. Natthapon Wattahpon Nakpanich, the secretary-general of the National Security Council (NSC), spoke about the partial lockdown when he was working at the CCSA (Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration) sub-committee.
On April 15th, 2021, the sub-committee will meet with the Public Health Ministry to discuss partial lockdown. The final decision will be made mainly based on the opinions of health authorities.
On April 16th, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will have a meeting of the CCSA. The teleconferencing meeting is expected to discuss the COVID-19 as well as the partial lockdown proposal.
The General believes that the strict controls in place should still be sufficient. He believes that the COVID-19 outbreak situation is still under control.
The PM emphasized that all people should refrain from activities that may result in stricter measures.
The Thai government announced on April 14th that there had been 1,335 cases. This is the highest number of cases since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Nine newly arrived foreigners had the pandemic.
Only 97 people have died from COVID-19 since March of 2020. This is better than the United States as far as COVID-19 cases er capita.
The CCSA fears that more outbreaks of COVID-19 may arise in other areas. General Natthapon says that carriers linked to past outbreaks are still travelling around Thailand.
As the Thai government is equipped for a new outbreak, Natthapon says the field hospitals are well stocked and able to handle any newly acquired illnesses.

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