CCSA “farm hut” quarantine model in Thailand’s northeast questioned

 CCSA “farm hut” quarantine model in Thailand’s northeast questioned

A house in Isan (Northeast Thailand). Photo: Henry Flower. CC BY-SA 3.0.



Thailand’s northeastern province of Ubon Ratchathani has recently come up with its own model for local quarantine, to accommodate native residents infected with COVID-19 and who develop mild symptoms.

The living quarters, for asymptomatic cases and those with mild symptoms, are not a “hospitel”, a model widely adopted in Bangkok and other affluent provinces, but cottages in the middle of rice fields, which suit a province where most of the people are farmers.

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By Thai PBS World



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