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Bangkok Opens New Covid-19 Center Dedicated to Young Patients


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BANGKOK (NNT) - Bangkok’s Dusit district in a collaboration with the Phraya Bhirom Bhakdi Foundation, and Boon Rawd Brewery opened a community isolation facility on Nakhon Chaisi Road in Kiak Kai sub-district exclusively for young Covid-19 patients.

 

According to Thanin Nianhorm, Director of Dusit district, the project establishment was supported by the “Sing R-Sa” volunteer team from Boon Rawd Brewery who donated drinking water, ready-to-eat meals, PPE suits, N95 face masks, and other necessities.

 

Citing data from the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), Thanin said from December 1 to January 7, there were over 1,000 new patients aged between 0 - 19, thus necessitating the need for Bangkok to have a center established specifically for children.

 

Medical workers including doctors, nurses, and other specialists assigned to the center are from Dusit’s 38th Public Health Office and Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health.

 

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Lets face it, this is prison for children and based on the quoted age range, babies.

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What happened to ‘isolation at home’  ????

 

Why would anyone allow their child to be sent to one of these places ?....

 

Additionally, children and parents were never separated before under ‘covid isolation’ - what has changed ?

 

 

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2 hours ago, richard_smith237 said:

What happened to ‘isolation at home’  ????

 

Why would anyone allow their child to be sent to one of these places ?....

 

Additionally, children and parents were never separated before under ‘covid isolation’ - what has changed ?

 

 

Perhaps it is to allow parents who have a job to keep working. Perhaps it will be a lot of use for children whose parents are poor and struggling, and who need all the help that they can get.

 

Isolation at home is a good idea, unless there is no way that the children CAN be isolated, such as where there is a large family all sleeping and living in one or 2 rooms.

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