Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health department is urging people living in red zone areas to work from home or stay put for two weeks to curtail Covid-19 cases that are expected to skyrocket after the Songkran holiday.

Dr Opas Karnkawinpong, chief of the Department of Disease Control (DDC), said yesterday that health officials are expecting to see 483 cases per day in the next month. Despite the fact that there are work from home measures in place.

The number is still high so we are going to implement additional measures as the current condition warrants such measures he said. Furthermore Dr Opas did not say whether the ministry would propose the government impose a mandatory work-from-home order and further apply a targeted lockdown in some high-risk areas.

According to the Bangkok Post the government will be be…

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