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More Thais stranded in Japan return home

Jun 24. 2020
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By THE NATION

Thais stranded in Japan due to the Covid-19 crisis returned home on Tuesday (June 23), the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo said on its official Facebook page.

The Thais took Japan Airlines Flight JL 031 that departed Haneda Airport in Tokyo and landed at Suvarnabhumi Airport at 3.40pm.

The returnees must follow the guidelines of the Public Health Ministry and will be on quarantine for 14 days after arrival. The embassy did not reveal the number of Thais on the flight.

The embassy added that the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand has allowed flight JL 031 to pick up stranded Thais in Japan since early this month. The first trip was on June 9. The number of passengers on each trip will depend on the quarantine facilities available in Thailand.

As of June 23, Japan has reported 17,968 confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 955 deaths, while 16,212 patients have recovered.

 

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