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Thailand offers online treatments via mobile app for COVID patients with mostly mild symptoms

The NHSO has expanded its treatment services by providing telemedicine through the “Good Doctor Technology” and “MorDee” apps, while patients under the Universal Health Coverage scheme can enroll in either of these apps to receive Diagnoses and treatments online from doctors.

The Ministry of Public Health is offering online diagnosis and treatment through mobile apps to provide faster treatment for COVID-19 patients.

According to Deputy Government Spokesperson Ratchada Thanadirek, the Ministry of Public Health has reported an increase in COVID infection cases, but most patients are diagnosed with minor symptoms such as fever, cough and sore throat. These patients received treatments appropriate to their conditions and were allowed to return home to self-isolate. Patients classified in the vulnerable group “608” will be treated in accordance with the recommendations of doctors.

The National Health Security Office (NHSO) has also expanded its treatment services by providing telemedicine through the “Good Doctor Technology” and “MorDee” apps. Patients under the universal health coverage program can sign up for one of these apps to receive online diagnosis and treatment from doctors.

The deputy spokesman said Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha had advised public health officials to streamline their systems to provide faster treatment in anticipation of a spike in coronavirus cases. infection, especially among vulnerable groups.


The Department of Public Health predicts an increase in new cases but says it is likely to maintain its current COVID alert level as members of the public now have a better understanding of how to care for themselves. , for example by wearing masks and engaging in social activities. distancing. Reports indicate that commuters mostly followed these measures when traveling on long vacations.(NNT)


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