The three didn’t join the 138 Thai evacuees who returned on February 4. One of the three is a woman who overstayed her visa and has yet to pay the fine. The second is a woman recovering from a fever, while the third is a man who had a fever at the time of the evavuation but has now completely recovered.
Don said that the local embassy is sending moral support to the three, and officials from a university are sending food to the women daily. The stranded man is able to cook at his residence.
“I have ordered the embassy to take care of Thai people in other Chinese cities as well. No one will be left behind no matter where they are, in virus-risk areas or not. Everyone will receive care from the Foreign Ministry. I stress that the embassy must closely monitor situations so that it can quickly offer assistance when it is needed”
“Safety would be the most important factor for the possibility of their return to Thailand.”
Chinese authorities are aware of the situations of the three stranded Thais and have also provided help, the Thai News Agency reports.
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