Thailand Declares State Of Emergency To Contain This Epidemic For 1 Month

Date:Mar 25, 2020


The Prime Minister of Thailand announced that from March 26, 2020 to April 30, 63, Thailand entered a state of emergency across the country to control the virus and confirmed that it would not close stores that sell products vital to life. Pull all departments together

On March 25, 63, the Prime Minister and Minister of Defense General Bayu Chen Ocha implemented a statement stating that the government's emergency order law in an emergency situation is as follows:

-Declared an emergency control epidemic throughout the Kingdom "from March 26, 2020 to April 30, 63"

-The Covidency-19 Virus Status Management Center was upgraded to a Special Department to integrate government agencies. Centralize in one place to produce unified orders

-The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Public Health is in charge of public health, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of the Interior, the Governor, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Commerce, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs responsible for drug control, and taking care of foreign affairs. In order to protect Thais overseas, the military commander is responsible for security. Stop the Crime Every image has a working team as a consultant.

-As a result of the state of emergency announcement, the government will have legitimate channels to control and manage the situation, such as transferring certain powers of certain law ministers to the prime minister if necessary. For speed and integration

-Follow-ups such as "prohibitions" or "regulations" will be followed, such as "prohibition of access to certain locations. Prohibition or restriction of entry into the kingdom and the large number of people throughout the region using vehicles, driving routes, control of goods and medical supplies"

-The government will consider taking measures only when necessary to prevent, suppress and stop the spread of disease in accordance with medical and public health guidelines

-Confirm that the store is not closed to sell products that are vital to life.

-Use technology to help applications such as "Outbreak Prevention Work" locate locations to help observe symptoms or isolate medications including domestic remedies from the effects of the Covid-19 virus

-Will improve communication with citizens and make them clear

-Hold a press conference once a day.

-Greater enforcement of disease control across the country. Target offenders and officials who ignore their duties.

-Send teams to discuss with the private sector and participate in efforts to stop proliferation

-Taking stricter measures may affect people's daily lives.

-Require people to strictly adhere to medical advice and cooperate with authorities.

-Track news from official sources, such as radio, television, print media, which specify reliable sources of reference rather than rumors and unidentified news.