Plane brings Thais back from China's virus-hit Wuhan

Plane brings Thais back from China's virus-hit Wuhan

A Thai AirAsia flight from Wuhan lands at U-tapao airport in Ban Chang district of Rayong on Tuesday. (Royal Thai Navy photo)
A Thai AirAsia flight from Wuhan lands at U-tapao airport in Ban Chang district of Rayong on Tuesday. (Royal Thai Navy photo)

A plane carrying Thais from coronavirus-hit Wuhan in China arrived at U-tapao airport in Rayong on Tuesday.

Thai AirAsia flight FD571 with 138 Thais on board landed at the navy airport in Ban Chang district in Rayong at 8.40pm.

They will be quarantined for 14 days in a navy resort near the Royal Thai Navy base in Sattahip district, Chonburi.


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