Thailand asks for face-mask wearing cooperation

Children wearing masks are being entertained by a clown at a trade exposition on assorted consumer goods and tourism destinations at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre on Sunday (Oct 4, 2020). - AFP

BANGKOK, Oct 4 (Xinhua): Thailand's Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) on Sunday said in its daily press conference that despite rare new cases of local Cvirus transmission, it is advisable to wear face masks, especially inside an indoor premise accessible to the general public.

"There is no law in Thailand that gives the police the power to issue fines against people not wearing face masks during a pandemic," said the CCSA, "however wearing a face mask is to protect yourself and others from contracting Covid-19."

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