BANGKOK — A video clip showing a Chinese national handing out free face masks to passengers at Suvarnabhumi airport went viral on Thai social media. The unidentified foreigner won praises from netizens for his own way of fighting the spread of the coronavirus.
The Facebook video posted on Tuesday by Graipass Chaleechai shows a man wearing a face mask and giving out face masks to people at the airport, whilst holding a sign written in Chinese.
“I do for China, for friends,” the man who posted the video quoted the foreigner when he spoke to him. The Chinese national declined to give his name.
The unknown man drew praise for his actions of giving free face masks after the clip was shared online, Bangkok Post reported.
There are fourteen detected cases of coronavirus in Thailand, according to the Ministry of Public Health. Five of them recovered and were sent back home. The others are still in the hospital and are closely monitored.
Source: Bangkok Post
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