A Thai wife accused of withholding information about Covid

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On Monday, the head of the area filed a lawsuit with the police, alleging that a Ugandan man and his Thai wife who was infected with Covid-19 concealed the details of their actions from health officials. Make a complaint to the Soang Sang Police Station in Kamnan Sanit Srithavi. Sanit reported that a 32-year-old Ugandan from Tambon Non Sombun and his 22-year-old wife went to Soeng Sang Hospital in Bangkok on April 29. I wanted to be tested for Covid, but did not tell them that they visited the husband’s brother at his husband’s house in Bangkok on April 27, and later learned that this person had Covid-19. At Soang Sang Hospital, they insisted that they did not fall into the risk category. After extensive interrogation, they admitted that they had met her husband’s brother. Both tested positive for the virus. Because important information was hidden, two of the hospital’s medical staff were quarantined. It is possible to deliberately retain information about Covid in violation of the 2015 Infectious Diseases Act. The maximum penalty is two years’ imprisonment and/or a fine of 40,000 baht.The police said they will be prosecuted after treatment and recovery, but their names have not yet been released.

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