Thailand’s Public Health Ministry and the National Security Council (NSC) are thinking over imposing new measures to address the growing number of infections.
NSC secretary-general Nattapol Nakpanit on Wednesday said they are discussing the possibility of imposing lockdown on provinces that are considered high-risk in a bid to curb infections. The provinces considered high-risk are: Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Prachuap Khiri Khan.
Nattapol also said the premier has told NSC to be ready for intensive measures.
Source: The Nation
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