The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) prepares to set up a field hospital for Covid-19 patients with no or mild symptoms.
Silapasuay Raweesangsoon, BMA permanent secretary said the City Hall prepared 500-600 beds at Bang Khun Thian Geriatric Hospital to receive the infected people who either were asymptomatic or had mild symptoms from maximum control zones. It also planned 3-4 field hospitals in the capital to receive altogether 1,500-1,700 COVID-19 cases.
Relevant officials were looking for their locations and convincing local people to support the establishment, she said. (TNA)
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