Original Title: A reporter diagnosed with the Thai Prime Minister’s Office temporarily bans all media personnel from interviewing inside
(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) A reporter diagnosed with the Thai Prime Minister’s Office temporarily bans all media personnel from interviewing inside
China News Agency, Bangkok, September 14 (Reporter Wang Guoan) The Prime Minister’s Office of Thailand ordered all media staff to leave on the 14th because it was detected that a media reporter covering the Prime Minister’s Office was infected with the new crown virus.
This reporter was still working in the Prime Minister’s Office until Monday, mainly responsible for interviews with Thai Prime Minister Prayut and Deputy Prime Minister Bayi. It also followed up on the scene of a protest rally in Bangkok last week.
Upon learning of the test results, the Spokesperson’s Office of the Prime Minister’s Office of Thailand immediately asked all media staff in the Prime Minister’s Office to clean up and leave, and stated that the relevant premises would be disinfected.
The director of the office, Natalie, said that media reporters can resume normal interview work in the Prime Minister’s Office after September 27, but all media workers who enter the Prime Minister’s Office must provide the results of the new crown test.
Previously, due to concerns about the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the Prime Minister’s Office in Thailand had been closed for two months. It was only reopened to media reporters on September 1 under strict social distancing and other safety rules, allowing reporters to come in to cover weekly cabinet meetings, etc. .
The number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in Thailand has decreased recently. On the 14th, Thailand added 11,786 confirmed cases, the lowest day since July 20. As of that day, Thailand had a total of 1,406,542 confirmed cases and a total of 14,621 deaths.