Similarly, to many countries across the globe, Thailand has faced the outbreaks of COVID-19 since early January 2020 with the dramatic loss in public health and socio-economics. More than 1.4 million infected people were observed in the country; and more than 15,000 cases of the infection were dead. The almost 2-year outbreaks of COVID-19 in Thailand were chronologically portrayed in this talk together with the results of the model predictions and trends from the 1st outbreak (12 January 2020) to the existing 4th outbreak (28 June 2021 – present). Besides, a cyclic disaster management was introduced for managing this pandemic disease in three periods, i.e., before, during, and after the pandemic events. Additionally, the effective COVID-19 management in some countries were discussed.
Please see the detail presentation of Prof. Singkran at the webinar in the link below of the presentation: