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Thailand continues its mass COVID-19 testing as public widely questions govt' vaccine policy


Bangkok, May 28 (EFE/EPA).- Thailand on Friday continued with its mass COVID-19 testing in an attempt to control the spread of COVID-19 as public widely criticized government's vaccine distribution policy.Thailand has so far recorded over 144.000 COVID-19 cases and 954 deaths since the beginning of pandemic. (Camera: RUNGROJ YONGRIT).SHOT LIST: HEALTH AUTHORITIES COLLECT NASAL SWAB TESTS FROM CITIZENS TO TEST FOR COVID-19 AT THE LIM CLANSMEN ASSOCIATION OF THAILAND IN A THAI-CHINESE COMMUNITY IN BANGKOK, THAILAND.

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