COVID-19: THAILAND ON GUARD” Infographic

Infographic on Thailand’s measure to prevent Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The information is including airports and planes’ hygiene procedures and lists of designated hospitals for COVID-19 in Thailand.

Currently, there has been much confusion and misperception regarding the novel Coronavirus outbreak.  Some unfounded and unsubstantiated information propagated by various individuals has created many unfortunate incidents involving foreign nationals.  The Ministry of Foreign Affairs wishes to offer the following points with a view to establishing better understanding about the overall situation:
 
1.  The Royal Thai Government has adhered to and has abided by the guidelines of the World Health Organization (WHO) regarding the Coronavirus outbreak.  WHO has never issued a travel ban on any country or region because it has deemed that such action would not be helpful and would not have prevented the spread of the virus.
 
2.  Thailand has been named as one of the top ten countries with the best health security. Therefore, the country is well equipped to handle this latest Coronavirus infection as we have successfully done during the outbreaks of SARS and MERS.
 
3.  The Thai Government has been active in the international networks of infectious diseases in which countries share their experience and best practices on this human health issue.  Thailand is in the forefront of, and plays an integral part in, the international efforts advocated to establish the most effective preventive and treatment measures to the problems.
 
4.  Thailand has an excellent track record regarding our effectiveness and efficiency in the previous rounds of infectious disease outbreaks.  This has not changed with the Coronavirus.
 
5.   Thailand is fully prepared to stand together with our neighbours and the international community to fight the spread of the Coronavirus, not only by providing moral support, but also sharing our best practices on this matter so that every nation is better equipped for future outbreaks.
 
6.   The Government would like to urge the Thai people to remain mindful and vigilant in the face of the outbreak, and always keep an open mind.  No one people, nor one country, can stand alone. We all share the same fate, and we all are in it together. To successfully curb the spread of the 2019 novel Coronavirus, every country needs to actively cooperate and work side-by-side.  The Thai people and Government stand by the affected countries in ASEAN, ASEAN+3, and the international community. We also wish those infected a speedy recovery. We thank all foreigners who continue to visit Thailand which shows their confidence in our measures in tackling the 2019 Coronavirus.
 

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http://www.thaiembassy.org/seoul/en/news/7703/114066-Current-situation-regarding-the-novel-Coronavirus.html

5 Tips for coping with air pollution PM2.5

In Thailand, particularly in Bangkok and surrounding areas, a cloud of ultra-fine dust particles known as PM2.5 has recently returned. According to the Pollution Control Department (PCD), the concentration of PM2.5 pollutants should not exceed the PCD’s safe threshold of 50 µg/m³. If the number is greater than this threshold level, these fine particulate matters can substantially cause a wide range of health problems including respiratory disease and heart disease. Avoidance of pollution exposure greatly helps to prevent health related conditions caused by PM2.5.

1) Wearing N95 masks every time during exposure to the environment

2) Avoidance of leaving the building if unnecessary

3) Open air activities should be avoided or limited. If necessary, duration of activities must be as short as possible and N95 masks must be worn at all times.

4) Staying healthy and taking good care of respiratory system e.g. prevention of flu, bronchitis and sinusitis.

5) Being aware of abnormal signs and symptoms. If any symptoms present, immediate medical attention must be sough.

In addition, young children, elderly people and people with certain underlying diseases are susceptible to get sick due to this air pollution. Therefore, special attention and care must be provided.

Credit Reference: https://www.bangkokhospital.com/en/disease-treatment/5-ways-to-deal-with-toxic-dust-should-be-shared

Board : How to say “Hello” in different languages

How to say “Hello” in different languages

  • BONJOUR – French.
  • HOLA – Spanish.
  • HALLO / GUTEN TAG – German.
  • CIAO – Italian.
  • OLÀ – Portuguese.
  • NAMASTE – Hindi.
  • SALAAM – Persian (Farsi)
  • OHAYO / KONNICHIWA / KONBAN WA- Japanese
  • AHN-YOUNG-HA-SE-YO – Korean
  • MERHABA – Turkish
  • SAIN BAINUU- Mongolian
  • SALEMETSIZ BE? – Kazakh
  • SZIA – Hungarian
  • MARHABA – Arabic
  • SANNU / SALAMA ALEIKUM – Hausa
  • NI HAU – Mandarin
  • HALO – Bahasa Indonesia

And don’t forget to say “Sawasdee Ka/Krub” in Thailand, too.

How to say “Hello” in your language? Tell us … 🙂 

 

Credit: https://pocketcultures.com/2008/10/30/say-hello-in-20-languages/

Picture Cedit : https://handluggageonly.co.uk/2015/01/28/say-hello-40-european-languages/