To contain the spread of Covid-19 in Bangkok, Governor Pol Aswin Kwanmuang issued seven strict guidelines today (March 23).
The guidelines are:
1. People should not travel out of Bangkok as they could be infected whilst traveling and may infect other people in other areas too.
2. People should stay at home and frequently clean surfaces that are touched regularly to protect themselves and their families.
3. Both government and private organisations should issue measures to prevent the spread of the disease by cleaning frequently touched surfaces and toilets and keeping seats apart by least 1 to 2 metres.
Additionally, organisations must take care of their employees’ health by following Public Health Ministry guidelines, such as using face masks, having hand-sanitising points, and going in for proper waste management, while they have to consider implementing a shift roster for employees or allowing staff to work from home and use video teleconferencing instead.
4. People who have visited boxing stadiums, entertainment venues or other places where confirmed Covid-19 cases were reported, including those in contact with patients, should closely observe their health and immediately see a doctor if they have fever, cough, sore throat, and difficulty breathing.
5. People should avoid going to crowded places and keep a distance of 1 to 2 metres from others.
6. The government and private sectors should refrain from organising activities that draw people together, such as conferences, training courses, seminars, exhibitions, public events, concerts, drama or movie shootings, or viewing programmes in television studios or live broadcast rooms.
“Therefore, controlling public assembly at various locations is highly necessary,” he added.
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