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Last Updated: 17 March 2022

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Best Practice For The Management To Stop The Pandemic Of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Thailand

There has been a pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 in Thailand, and there has been an epidemic in the region. According to the Global COVID-19 Index, Thailand has recovered from COVID-19 at the best out of 184 countries, with Thailand scoring 82. 06 on the Global COVID-19 Index. In Thailand, the study sought to investigate measures and operations during the COVID-19 pandemic and find the correct measures to avoid the COVID-19 pandemic in Thailand. 3 The lessons learned in dealing with both SARS and H5N1 epidemics were so that health care workers and health professionals were able to continue to learn and develop to deal with emerging diseases. Preparation of field hospitals, as well as the establishment of Community Isolation CI and Home Isolation HI in a safe way to efficiently refer patients. 5 The Village Health Volunteer System VHV, a vital tool for public health in Thailand, allowed them to access findings in each area.

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