“Director of the World Health Organization” visited “Prayut” to deal with COVID-19 excellently. Cooperation between the public and the public to control the disease. It is not a coincidence, but because Thailand has invested in public health infrastructures for 40 years and gives Thailand an example for all countries to follow.
On 13 November 2020, WHO Director General Tedros Adanom Ghebreyesus He praised Thailand on COVID-19 control.
First of all, thank you Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of Thailand That supports the World Health Organization Thailand is a great example. Both at the government level And social level That all cooperate Which makes it possible to stop the spread of the virus Even without a vaccine
The numbers of infected people in Thailand show that Although Thailand is the first country to have COVID-infected cases outside China. But Thailand has under 4,000 cases and only 60 deaths, with a population of 70 million and is one of the most densely populated countries in the world.
This is no coincidence, 40 years ago, Thailand has devoted itself to investing in public health infrastructure. As well as implement international health rules as well
Thailand has a network of more than 1 million public health volunteers who act as the sights Keep an eye on public health systems at the local level Which is an extremely important part In coping with COVID In which Thailand has learned the lessons of the past This includes experience dealing with the 2003 SARS epidemic.
But at present Thailand is learning to work. With the World Health Organization Office in Thailand To find ways to strengthen public health defense systems Therefore I urge all countries Follow the example of Thailand Because no country can fully say Are you well prepared for COVID or have learned a lesson before?