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BANGKOK, June 29 (TNA) – From July 1, COVID-19 patients will use their normal treatment program because the country will then enter its post-pandemic era.


Attaporn Limpanyalert, deputy secretary-general of the National Health Security Office (NHSO), said that when the Ministry of Public Health announces the post-pandemic stage of COVID-19 on July 1, medical treatment for COVID-19 patients will enter a normal medical treatment system.


Patients would exercise their normal medical treatment right by first seeking treatment services from local hospitals which would then consider if any patients should be referred to another facility.


Full Story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news-969610


-- © Copyright Thai News Agency 2022-06-29

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15 hours ago, emeraldruby said:

Does this mean no forced quarantine?

Only if you don't test positive??

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