Three cases of coronavirus have been reported of staff working at the large Government Complex on Chang Wattana Road in Bangkok.
The sprawling complex contains many government offices including immigration where thousands of foreigners queued last week applying for visa extensions.
There is no suggestion that anyone at immigration has been tested positive for the virus.
But Manager reported that many members of the public and civil servants use Buildings A and B that are run by Dhanarak Asset Development Co. Ltd.
Dhanarak announced that three officials at the complex had tested positive. No names were given.
One was a worker at the Finance division of the Land Department on the second floor of building B.
A second worked for OTCC or the Office of Trade Competition Commission in the B/C car park on the fifth floor.
A third worked in the justice ministry offices on the 6th floor of building B.
Cleaning of work areas affected had taken place as had cleaning of public areas in the complex.
Those close to the infected staff are in a 14-day quarantine.
The Laksi district office and health officials were there on Monday investigating, reported Manager.
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