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How to behave when COVID-19 is " Communicable disease under surveillance "

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2022-10-05 15:40:45


        After the world has been facing the Covid-19 pandemic for more than 2 years, Thailand has adjusted the covid from a dangerous communicable disease to a communicable disease under surveillance disease all management will return to the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) under the Communicable Diseases Act B.E. 2558 (2015).
        
After October 1, 2022, the general public can receive medical treatment when contracting COVID-19 for free according to the Universal Coverage Scheme, Social Security Scheme and Government Or State Enterprise Officer and also received a vaccination against COVID-19 for free according to the hospital prescribed by the Provincial Communicable Disease Committee. The use of treatment rights other than this may be at your own expense.

        For treatment guidelines, for asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic patients no need to quarantine, just focus on DMHT (Distancing, Mask wearing, Hand washing, Testing) strictly for 5 days, you can receive medical services Online or Telemedicine through 4 applications, namely Clicknic, Totale, Telemed, MorDee and Good Doctor, which will provide free home delivery of medicines.

Emergency COVID-19 patients (Red Crisis), UCEP Plus can be used for free admission in all hospitals.

        Department of Health, Ministry of Public Health are advised to wear masks when in crowded places, closed spaces, not ventilated and health-sensitive areas such as hospitals and providing establishments for COVID-19 screening regularly and report it immediately when a mass outbreak is found in the establishment.

Story : Ratchanok Thongkhaokham
Illustration : THAIGOV.GO.TH