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Small risk of COVID-19 transmission in Rayong: Disease Control Department

There is only slight chance of transmission of coronavirus disease in Rayong province, because only one of the Egyptian visitors who went shopping was infected and he always wore a mask and did not eat at a mall, according to the chief of the Disease Control Department. Director-general Suwannachai Wattanayingcharoenchai confirmed on Wednesday that only […]Read More

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Infected Egyptian Soldier Ruined Rayong Tourism

Rayong, July 15 (TNA) – The recent visit of a COVID-19-infected Egyptian soldier left the eastern province of Rayong deserted as tourists cancelled their trip. A mall near the hotel where the delegation of Egyptian soldiers stayed was quiet. An infected Egyptian soldier had been there with his colleagues before leaving Thailand. Full story: mcot.net […]Read More

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Thai officials tracing anyone who may have been infected by

The CCSA is asking anyone who thinks they may have had physical contact with an Egyptian soldier, who was on a short visit to Thailand last week and later tested positive for COVID-19, to come forward for testing, said CCSA spokesman Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin told a news briefing today (Monday) The Egyptian soldier is one […]Read More

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Tourist body retrieved, 10 of 19 Surat Thani districts declared

SURAT THANI, June 11- Thailand’s southern province of Surat Thani on Monday declared half of its 19 districts as flood disaster zones, while a body of an Egyptian tourist who went missing in a flash flood in Phang-nga last week was retrieved. Surat Thani Governor Cherdsak Chusri announced that the ongoing flood affected over 44,000 […]Read More

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Egyptian tourist missing in Phang Nga flash flood

PHANGNGA, June 10 – Rescue workers are searching for an Egyptian tourist who went missing in a flash flood in Phangnga, while one police volunteer was injured in a storm-related incident in Trang. The tourist was whitewater rafting in the Klong Songphraek stream and went missing three days ago in the flash flood. Read more: […]Read More