Health Office launches Songkran road safety campaign

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WITH 38 Thais dying every day in road accidents, the world’s third-highest rate, the National Health Commission Office (NHCO) earlier this week launched a campaign for a public policy on road safety. It aims to reduce fatalities from road accidents, especially during the upcoming Songkran

Festival when the death toll was expected to double.
Meanwhile, Highway Police chief Maj-General Somchai Kaosamran said 2,300 highway police officers would be deployed to handle traffic congestion and facilitate travel in the holiday season.

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