BANGKOK, April 29 (TNA) – Thailand reported 10 new Covid-19 deaths and 1,871 new cases as the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) suggested the work-from-home police should be 100 per cent applied to control the Covid-19 transmission from workplaces to homes among the working group.
Taweesin Visanuyothin, the CCSA spokesman reported the total number of Covid-19 infections rose to 63, 570 and the death toll reached 188.
Bangkok logged the highest number of new infections, followed by Samut Prakan, Chon Buri, Chiang Mai and Pathum Thani.
Since April 1 until now, Bangkok and surrounding provinces reported 11,588 cases. If the Covid-19 is contained in the capital, it can be said the whole country can cope with the Covid-19 outbreak, he said while asking for cooperation from people to implement the work-from- home policy.
Working people travel and eat together with co-workers at restaurants, increasing risks of transmission.
The Interior Ministry asked for cooperation from residents in 12 provinces to stay home during the nighttime and 73 provinces made wearing masks out of home mandatory. (TNA)