Thailand approves price controls for face masks amid virus scare


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  • Tuesday, 04 Feb 2020

A woman wearing a protective mask prays at a shrine in Bangkok, Thailand. The Thai government has approved measures to control the prices of face masks and hand-sanitizing gel after the coronavirus outbreak led to a reported lack of supplies. - dpa/Asian News Network

BANGKOK: The Thai government has approved measures to control the prices of face masks and hand-sanitizing gel after the coronavirus outbreak led to a reported lack of supplies.

A proposal to place the products on the state price control list was approved by the cabinet, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha said on Tuesday (Feb 4).

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