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Almost Thai evacuees from Wuhan, except one, return home as quarantine ends

Feb 19. 2020
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137 Thai people from China’s Wuhan city were allowed to return to their hometowns on Wednesday (February 19) after two weeks of quarantine.

The 137 evacuees were assured on Tuesday (February 18) by the Public Health Ministry that they were free from the Covid-19 virus.

However, one person is still being monitored at Chonburi Hospital.

Some of the 137 were picked up by their relatives, while another group was sent to bus terminals or airports by Royal Thai Navy.

Deputy Minister of Public Health Satit Pitutecha and Chonburi governor Pakarathon Tienchai gave souvenirs to the 137 on Wednesday, before they returned home.

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