25 Thai citizens returning on three separate repatriation flights yesterday, Monday, May 25th, were found to have a high fever and have been taken to hospitals directly from the airport.
Yesterday saw the return of 399 Thai citizens on flights from Japan, the Maldives, and South Korea. All of the flights arrived at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport.
The first flight from Japan touched down with 175 Thai citizens, mostly students, and staff from the Japanese Embassy of Thailand, with preliminary screenings discovering 14 passengers with a high fever.
The remaining 161 passengers were brought to state quarantine facilities in Bangkok and Pathum Thani.
The next flight to touch down came from the Maldives with 78 passengers on board. One of the passengers was discovered to have a high fever and was immediately taken to a hospital in Samut Prakan.
The remaining passengers from this flight were brought to a state quarantine facility in Chonburi province.
The last flight of the day touched down from South Korea with 150 passengers on board. 10 of them were discovered to have a high fever and brought to hospitals with the remaining passengers going into state quarantine in Bangkok.
Source: The Nation