20 Thais back from UK have high fever, rushed to hospital
BANGKOK — Twenty of the 251 Thais who returned home on Sunday (May 31) from the United Kingdom were found to have high fever and rushed to hospital, Suvarnabhumi Airport deputy director Kittipong Kittikachorn said.
“The 251 Thais departed from London on Thai Airways International Flight TG917 and arrived at the airport at 2:20 pm,” Kittipong explained. “Preliminary screening found that 20 passengers had high fever and they were rushed to hospital.”
“There are 16 passengers who expressed an interest in entering alternative state quarantine facilities, while the rest were transported to the government’s specified facilities in Bangkok and Samut Prakarn.”
As of today, the UK has reported 274,762 confirmed Covid-19 cases and 38,489 deaths. It is one of the coronavirus hotspots in Europe.
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