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Seventeen Thai workers returning from South Korea have high fever

Seventeen Thai workers

Seventeen of the 158 Thai illegal workers who returned to Thailand on Wednesday (March 4) have high fever but the first test result for Covid-19 was result, according to the Immigration Office.

Thai illegal labourers started returning home on March 3, landing at three airports — a total of 158 people.

Suvarnabhumi Airport received 107 workers. Immigration officers found 17 people had high fever and they were suspected of suffering from the Covid-19 infection. They were transferred to Ramathibodi Hospital. The first Covid-19 test returned a negative result. The 90 others who showed no symptoms need to self-quarantine for 14 days.

The 50 workers who landed at Don Mueang Airport and one who landed at Phuket airport did not have any Covid-19 symptoms. All are required to self-quarantine for 14 days.

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