The army clarified that military vehicles abandoned 3 patients with coronavirus in the middle of the road Yan never left anyone but the patient asks for it The referee also apologizes for misunderstanding and has returned to Sanam Hospital.
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On July 27, 1964, Maj. Gen. Thiraphong Patamasingh Na Ayutthaya, Deputy Spokesman of the Royal Thai Armed Forces Discussing cases that appear in the media that the soldiers abandoned 3 COVID-19 patients in the middle of the night of July 26 In front of Wat Phai, Sathorn area, Bangkok, indicating that there is an elderly person who is one of the patients. When news is published without fact checking. which the relevant persons have examined the said facts Know that on July 26, Mr. Sarawut (reserves his last name) a patient with COVID-19 Has traveled to receive treatment after learning that he was infected with COVID-19 at Sanam Busarakham Hospital
It was later learned that the list of patients had not yet appeared in the admission system. Therefore, the doctors at Sanam Topaz Rakham Hospital So I talked to the patient. to the preliminary guidelines for conducting and advise the patient to return to their place of residence first Then the next day, go back to the treatment regimen. In this regard, there has been a coordination with the Center to Support the Transfer of COVID-19 patients in order to facilitate the transfer of patients back to their homes.
Pol Maj Gen Theerapong further said that during the trip The driver made periodic calls with the patient. When you arrive in front of Wat Phai The patient asked to get down, so the staff sent the patient. Then the officers returned to Sanam Busarakham Hospital. to clean the car Prepare for the next transfer of new patients.
The Royal Thai Armed Forces inquired about the reason for the negative news presentation. There is a military vehicle dumping a covid patient. The patient himself confirmed that The transport staff’s car did not leave the three patients, and also expressed regret for causing such news. They also thanked the military and medical personnel for taking care of them. Today, all three have received treatment. at Busarakham Hospital already and confirm that the news that appears at the moment It’s not true in any way.