Postponed Parliamentary Meeting Due to Virus Surge

In line with the surge of virus, Parliament president Chuan Leekpai chose to defer a remarkable parliamentary meeting and delay the consultation of the public choice bill after a few administrators were missing because of the Covid-19 flare-up.

The uncommon gathering was booked for April 7–8 to discuss the choice bill which is presently at the subsequent understanding stage. The quantity of legislators going to the meeting was low obviously because of Covid-19 concerns.

Transport Minister and secretary-general of the Bhumjaithai Party Saksayam Chidchob was affirmed to have gotten the infection on Wednesday, inciting numerous MPs who came into contact with him to self-separate.

The gathering on Tuesday coordinated a commemoration gathering to which the MPs and gathering staff turned up in huge numbers. Along with this, worries about Covid-19 transmission had been raised before when the Japanese envoy to Thailand Kazuya Nashida was affirmed to have contracted the infection on March 25. A few MPs and legislators were at a feast gone to by the envoy on March 22.

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