Despite social media rumours, PM Prayut denies having Covid-19

Don’t consider the hype! A authorities spokesperson responded to rumours by denying that PM Prayut Chan-o-cha has turn into infected with Covid-19. The rumours have been swirling around on Thai social media that the prime minister has the Coronavirus.
ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์ for the federal government emphatically denied the web claims and confirmed that the PM Prayut is in excellent well being with no issues and never Covid-19. But the representative used the opportunity to remind individuals to be likewise vigilant within the fight in opposition to Covid-19 and to comply with the information to keep present on new developments.
The spokesperson stated that PM Prayut reminded people who essentially the most correct and confirmed data could presumably be found coming immediately from the CCSA, who met and determined that Test & Go would not be reinstated, although particulars of procedures for those already approved for the programme could be hashed out in their subsequent meeting on Friday.
The government also needs to remind Thais that Covid-19 infections are rising around the globe with the extra transmissible Omicron variant spreading and urged the public to maintain following Covid-19 protocols.
“The Ministry of Public Health should also current to the public the global Covid-19 situation where greater than 100,000 infections have been reported every day to create awareness among Thais and urge them to guard themselves.” [NOTE: Far greater than 100,000 infections have been reported globally – 2.1 million new infections have been reported yesterday.]

Meanwhile, though PM Prayut is said to not have Covid-19, Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, leader of the Progressive Movement, confirmed that he did have the virus. The politician took to his Facebook to announce that he contracted Covid-19 abroad whereas travelling. He is now quarantining and monitoring his well being and referred to as on others to be careful and aware of their well being..

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