Prime Minister worried about the spread of coronavirus

Ordering the Bangkok-Pattaya polling station to tighten the public health measures

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20 May 2022 11:07 a.m.

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A government spokesman revealed 6,463 new cases, while the prime minister urged relevant agencies to tighten up local polling stations.

Bangkok and Pattaya City

according to the measures of the Ministry of Health

strictly

On Sunday, May 22

On May 20, 2022, Mr. Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana, spokesman for the Prime Minister's Office revealed that General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister and Minister of Defense

Deposit relevant agencies

Please tighten the arrangement of polling stations for those who exercise their right to vote in the local area.

Both the selection of the Governor of Bangkok (BKK) and members of the Council of Bangkok.

(Sor. Kor.) including the election of the mayor of Pattaya City

and members of the Pattaya City Council

On Sunday, May 22, strictly following public health measures.

Including setting up separate booths for infected or at risk groups.

to control the spread of COVID-19

by the polling station to install a thermometer

Prepare the alcohol gel.

Reduce congestion while waiting to vote in the polling place

During the vote counting, there will be a distance of at least 1-2 meters between officers and people, and people's cooperation is requested.

Also avoid shouting and cheering while counting.

For the situation report, the total number of Covid-19 cases today (20 May 2022) totaled 6,463, classified as domestic cases, 6,462 cases, 1 case from abroad, bringing the cumulative total of 2,177,943 cases (since January 1, 2022). 2022), 7,091 recovered, returned home, 2,144,296 cumulative recoveries (since January 1, 2022), 58,910 patients are being treated and 41 have died. As for the number of pneumonia patients being hospitalized, a total of 1,037 cases, an average of 13 per province. and has a bed occupancy rate of 14.1%.

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