8 Thai Hospitals Closed After Patients Conceal Facts About Their COVID-19 Exposure
03 May, 2021
Eight hospitals in Thailand have been temporarily closed after their medical personnel became infected with COVID-19, or had to be quarantined, because a number of patients concealed facts about their infections.
The hospitals are:
Mae Sai Hospital in Chiang Rai province, closed until May 16th. 88 medics quarantined.
Chumsaeng Hospital in Nakhon Sawan province, closed until May 7th. 1 medic infected.
Ruam Paet Chai Nat Hospital 1 in Chai Nat province, closed until May 12th. 1 medic infected.
Nong Muang Hospital in Lop Buri province, closed until May 14th. 1 one employee infected.
Samphran Hospital in Nakhon Pathom province, surgical ward closed until May 10th. 40 medics quarantined.
Bor Phud Hospital on Samui Island in Surat Thani province, closed until May 14th. 7 medics quarantined.
Pipoon Hospital in Nakhon Si Thammarat Hospital, closed until tomorrow. 2 medics infected.
Ratsada Hospital in Trang province, closed until May 31st. 34 medics infected.