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  • Hardcore gamers carry on playing as room floods during typhoon

    hese dedicated gamers in the Philippines aren’t going to let a bit of flooding ruin their session. Footage from an internet cafe shows the boys slogging it out on a multiplayer game as muddy rainwater comes up to their seats. Despite the risk of being electrocuted, the determined gamers refuse...

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    hese dedicated gamers in the Philippines aren’t going to let a bit of flooding ruin their session.

    Footage from an internet cafe shows the boys slogging it out on a multiplayer game as muddy rainwater comes up to their seats.

    Despite the risk of being electrocuted, the determined gamers refuse to move from their soggy chairs.

    Sio Samson, the owner of the cafe in the town of Cainta, Rizal province, recorded the bizarre scene on Thursday night.

    He tried to move the boys out as the typhoon battered the region and was worried they could either be washed away by the deluge or be killed by an electric shock.

    The owner said: ‘We didn’t know the flood water would rise that day so when I saw them, I immediately took action and told them that I have to transfer the equipment to a higher place. After that video, they also stopped and left, none of us was hurt.’

    Boys in Cainta, Rizal province, the Philippines, playing video games in an internet cafe despite water coming up to their waists as Typhoon In-fa hits on July 22.
    Power sockets were all above head height, which was just as well (Picture: ViralPress)
    Hardcore gaming addicts continue playing despite being submerged in floods from typhoon In-fa in Rizal, the Philippines, on July 22
    The internet cafe owner says the boys stopped and left after he took the video of them (Picture: ViralPress)

    Fortunately all of the electricity cables in the shop were above the water level and plugged into power sockets that were all above head height – a common feature in areas of the country prone to flooding.

    Typhoon In-fa, locally named Fabian, caused devastation across parts of the Philippines where homes were flooded, thousands of people were evacuated and agricultural land and crops were destroyed.

    The storm slowly headed to the East China Sea but continued to intensify with the monsoon maintaining heavy downpours across Luzon island.

    Dozens of people were later killed when the typhoon struck China and caused severe floods.

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    27 July 2021
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  • Chemical park explosion sends huge black clouds over German city

    One person has died after a huge explosion at a chemical plant rocked a German city, sending thick black smoke billowing into the sky. Leverkusen was shaken by the blast, which was quickly branded an ‘extreme threat’ by the German Gederal Office for Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance on Tuesday...

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    One person has died after a huge explosion at a chemical plant rocked a German city, sending thick black smoke billowing into the sky.

    Leverkusen was shaken by the blast, which was quickly branded an ‘extreme threat’ by the German Gederal Office for Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance on Tuesday morning.

    Currenta, the company operating the chemical park, said another 16 people were hurt.

    At least four of those are severely injured in hospital, while a further four people were still missing on Tuesday afternoon.

    Officials at the Chempark site, based on the banks of the Rhine and about 13 miles north of Cologne, were not immediately sure of what caused the explosion at around 9.40am, which then developed into a fire.

    They said on Twitter that firefighters and pollution detection vans were on the scene, amid initial concerns that dangerous fumes could be pouring into the air.

    Later on Tuesday, however, the Cologne fire department tweeted that measurements of the air’s pollution did ‘not show any kind of abnormality’.

    Explosion causes huge plume of smoke to fill German sky

    Smoke pours out of German chemical plant complex in Leverkusen after explosion

    Residents said the blast could be heard far and wide, adding that their windows were rattled by the force of the explosion.

    Footage filmed from a nearby motorway showed orange flames being dwarfed by plumes of fumes rising high above the industrial park, where a number of chemical companies are based.

    The head of Chempark, Lars Friedrich, said in a written statement: ‘We are deeply concerned about this tragic accident and the death of our employee.’

    Currenta, the company operating the chemical park, said the explosion happened at 9.40am local time and then developed into a fire.

    Emergency vehicles of the fire brigade, rescue services and police stand not far from an access road to the Chempark over which a dark cloud of smoke is rising in Leverkusen, Germany, Tuesday, July 27, 2021.
    Emergency responders are battling the fire and treating the injured (Picture: AP)
    A dark cloud of smoke rises above the chemical park in Leverkusen, Germany, Tuesday, July 27, 2021.
    The explosion was quickly branded an ‘extreme threat’ and residents were told to shut their doors and windows (Picture: AP)

    ‘Sirens were operated to warn residents and warning alerts were sent,’ it added in a statement.

    The newspaper Koelner Stadt-Anzeiger reported that the blast came from a garbage incineration plant in the Buerrig neigbbourhood.

    It added that several nearby major highways had been shut down by police and that the smoke was moving northwest, towards the towns of Burscheid and Leichlingen.

    Locals were urged to stay inside and keep their windows and doors closed, while people not living in Leverkusen were told to avoid the area.

    A dark cloud of smoke rises above the Chempark in Leverkusen, Germany, Tuesday, July 27, 2021.
    Smoke from the Chempark in Leverkusen is headed northwest towards two smaller towns (Picture: AP)
    Smoke billows following an explosion in Wiesdorf, Leverkusen, Germany July 27, 2021.
    Residents said the blast shook their windows (Picture: Reuters)
    Leverkusen explosion.
    Two people were severely injured in the explosion

    Firefighters from all over the region were reportedly called in to help extinguish the blaze – and it took them almost four hours to do so.

    Helicopters, a large number of ambulances and police also attended.

    Leverkusen is home to Bayer, one of Germany’s biggest chemical companies – which gives its name to the city’s football team and provides employment to many residents.

    It has about 163,000 residents and borders Germany’s fourth biggest city, Cologne, which is home to around one million people.

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    27 July 2021
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  • Wayne Rooney ‘tells police he was blackmailed’ over leaked hotel pictures with three women LOL

    Wayne Rooney has told police he was blackmailed after pictures of him with three 21-year-old women went viral on social media. The former Manchester United and England captain, who now manages Championship club Derby County, contacted police over the weekend after several pictures emerged of him with the women at a nightclub and in...

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    Wayne Rooney has told police he was blackmailed after pictures of him with three 21-year-old women went viral on social media.

    The former Manchester United and England captain, who now manages Championship club Derby County, contacted police over the weekend after several pictures emerged of him with the women at a nightclub and in a hotel room in Manchester.

    Rooney, who has four children with his wife Coleen, also appeared to be asleep in some of the pictures while the women posed next to him.

    According to MailOnline, Rooney’s representatives have made a complaint of blackmail to Greater Manchester Police. There is no suggestion that the women pictured are involved in the allegations.

    Rooney’s spokesperson has also claimed that the investigation has been delayed as it is unclear whether the hotel falls under the jurisdiction of Greater Manchester Police or British Transport Police.

    A statement from Greater Manchester Police said: ‘We are not aware that this has been reported to police. There is no police involvement at this time.’

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    Wayne Rooney appeared to be asleep in some of the photos (Snapchat)

    A friend of the women told The Sun: ‘They were flattered. They had a really good night and said Wayne and his friends were lovely.

    ‘The girls all love to party but I think this was probably the wildest night of their lives.

    ‘There was no sexual contact – it was just a great night.

    ‘Wayne was very complimentary of them, of how they looked, but nothing happened.’

    Rooney is currently preparing Derby for the new Championship season which begins against Huddersfield on August 7.

    Model Tayler Ryan pictured with ex-England football ace Rooney while they were partying in Manchester on Saturday night Semi-naked women who took photos with a sleeping Wayne Rooney in a hotel room after nightclub are a Snapchat model and her friend - as football star claims he was 'set up' and complains to police
    Wayne Rooney was pictured alongside model Tayler Ryan (Snapchat)

    But the 35-year-old has warned Derby’s hierarchy that it will be ‘impossible’ for him to field a team as the club have just nine registered senior players on their books.

    ‘It’s other people, which I can’t control, who need to make bigger decisions. All I can do is try to bring some dignity and pride back to this club. It is clear that has gone in the last few years and it is my job to bring that back,’ Rooney said at the weekend.

    The images of Wayne Rooney with the women went viral on social media
    The images of Wayne Rooney with the women went viral on social media (Snapchat)

    ‘I need other people to do their job. It’s not ideal, it has been very difficult not knowing what my squad will be in two weeks’ time when the league starts.

    However we can, we need to get that sorted.

    ‘If I am being honest, it would be easy for a manager in my situation to walk away. It’s a challenge for me, I’m a fighter. I am grateful to Derby for giving me this opportunity and I will do everything I can to get the club through this.

    ‘If we can’t bring players in over the next two weeks I don’t know how we field a team. I haven’t got one centre-back signed to the club, there are two very young players in the U23s and U18s. It would be impossible for me to field a team.’

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    27 July 2021
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  • Documents needed to leave Pattaya a must

    Pattaya residents can still leave the province but must have a good reason and documents supporting it. Surapong Tanomwong, head of the Pattaya Complaint Center, said a few days back in July that inter-provincial travel is not illegal, but is strongly discouraged under current emergency regulations. There are only three...

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    Pattaya residents can still leave the province but must have a good reason and documents supporting it.

    Surapong Tanomwong, head of the Pattaya Complaint Center, said a few days back in July that inter-provincial travel is not illegal, but is strongly discouraged under current emergency regulations.

    There are only three valid reasons to leave Chonburi during the current coronavirus crisis: to deliver food, medicine or other necessities; for medical appointments, and for Covid-19 vaccination appointments.

    Other reasons, such as visiting embassies or leaving the country from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, are also allowed, but must be supported by appointment tickets or airline tickets, he said.

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    To travel between provinces, Pattaya residents must complete an application form online at Covid-19.in.th. For those who do not have a smartphone or internet access, applications can be made at Pattaya City Hall from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm on weekdays.

    The online form generates a QR code that can be saved and scanned at highway checkpoints. Those who do not get a QR code or an approved and stamped application may have to fill out a form at a checkpoint, which can cause travel delays.

    Anyone who considers leaving Chonburi to another province that is not closed off or without a valid reason can in principle be arrested under the emergency decree. It may seem like a threat, but prevention is always better than cure.

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    27 July 2021
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  • Plans pushed back again on reopening

    The head of Thailand’s tourism authority Yutthasak Suphasorn has determined that the pandemic in Thailand has spiralled out of control and vaccinations are still far too low, the Thai newspaper “Sanook” reported in a brief report. In an equally brief statement that is sure to spark the widespread “My name...

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    The head of Thailand’s tourism authority Yutthasak Suphasorn has determined that the pandemic in Thailand has spiralled out of control and vaccinations are still far too low, the Thai newspaper “Sanook” reported in a brief report.

    In an equally brief statement that is sure to spark the widespread “My name is Haas” derision, Yutthasak noted that it could mean rescheduling plans to reopen the country to foreign tourists in ten provinces in early October. .

    It happened when the spokesman for the economic situation caused by Covid, citing TAT figures, insisted that tourism spending will reach 850 billion baht this year.

    The October 1 reopening plan — part of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha’s major 120-day reopening master plan — also applies to Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Prachuap Khirikhan (Hua Hin), Phetchaburi (Cha-Am), Chonburi ( Pattaya), Buriram, Phuket, Surat Thani, Krabi and Phangnga, where the reopening is proceeding according to already existing plans.

    Pattaya is a city that needs to reopen fast or return to a fishing place

    Yutthasak also said the pandemic is currently out of control, noting that the CCSA reported more than 10,000 new cases daily.

    According to media reports, the fear itself is starting to rise that the number of infections could reach 15,000 and that in the worst cases it could exceed 20,000 or even 30,000 infections per day. Also in some provinces that are part of the reopening plans, including Bangkok, many bans and travel restrictions apply.

    Given the current situation, new assessments and plans are needed as Thailand needs to be careful about safety and risk factors. He said this also includes the possibility of foreigners bringing in more infections.

    Interestingly, he did not comment on potential tourists visiting Thailand who feel that a visit may not be advisable at this time or in the coming months, especially with other cheaper domestic or close home options, the American and European tourists available.

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    27 July 2021
    National
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  • Thailand Covid 19 UPDATE

    Thailand’s daily Covid-19 caseload surged by 14,150 on Sunday, taking the total to 526,828, with 118 deaths. Meanwhile, 9,168 patients have recovered and been discharged in the last 24 hours. Of the accumulated 526,828 cases, 350,643 have recovered and been discharged, 171,921 patients are still in hospitals, and 4,264 have...

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    Thailand’s daily Covid-19 caseload surged by 14,150 on Sunday, taking the total to 526,828, with 118 deaths.

    Meanwhile, 9,168 patients have recovered and been discharged in the last 24 hours.

    Of the accumulated 526,828 cases, 350,643 have recovered and been discharged, 171,921 patients are still in hospitals, and 4,264 have died.

    Separately, another 122,137 people were given their first Covid-19 shot in the last 24 hours, while 16,755 were given their second shot, bringing the total Covid-19 vaccines administered in Thailand to 16,099,670.

    According to Worldometer, as of 11am on Sunday, the number of confirmed cases globally had risen to 195.34 million, 177.18 million of whom have recovered, 13.98 million are active cases (84,939 in severe condition) and 4.18 million have died (up by 7,390).

    Thailand ranks 46th on the global list of most cases, which is topped by the US with 35.28 million, followed by India with 31.43 million, Brazil with 19.7 million, France with 6.14 million and Russia 5.99 million.

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    27 July 2021
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  • Olympic boxing champion is being sued over lottery fraud

    Former Olympic boxing champion Manus Boonjumnong is being sued for his alleged role in a 2-million-baht lottery scam On Tuesday, the former boxer and his lawyer visited Don Muang police station to acknowledge an allegation of fraud. The former Olympian did not reveal any details about the case to press....

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    Former Olympic boxing champion Manus Boonjumnong is being sued for his alleged role in a 2-million-baht lottery scam

    On Tuesday, the former boxer and his lawyer visited Don Muang police station to acknowledge an allegation of fraud. The former Olympian did not reveal any details about the case to press.

    The complainant, Anon Pinitkul, said Manus had offered to sell him a batch of lottery tickets received from another Olympic boxing legend, Somrak Kamsing. Somrak won Thailand’s first Olympic gold medal, in 1996, while Manus won gold eight years later at the Athens Games.

    Anon said paid for batches of three lottery tickets from Manus. He said he paid a total of 1.452 million baht and received the first lottery batch but not the second and third.

    Manus claimed he had also been cheated, so could not return the money, said Anon.

    The complainant said he went to the police after Manus wrote three cheques to refund the money but all of them bounced.

    Another alleged victim, Eakthai Jiratrakul, said he paid 632,000 baht to Manus but only got 172,000 baht back.

    Manus was charged with fraud before being released on condition he cooperates with the investigation.

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    27 July 2021
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  • Let’s cut mandatory stay in Phuket to 7 days

    The Ministry of Tourism and Sports has revised the conditions of the Phuket “sandbox” programme on Monday, reducing mandatory stay in Phuket to seven days, while allowing tourists to spend the balance seven days on “Sealed Routes” in five other provinces The new timeline starts in August, subject to approval...

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    The Ministry of Tourism and Sports has revised the conditions of the Phuket “sandbox” programme on Monday, reducing mandatory stay in Phuket to seven days, while allowing tourists to spend the balance seven days on “Sealed Routes” in five other provinces

    The new timeline starts in August, subject to approval from the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration.


    Minister of Tourism and Sports Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn said on Monday that he had consulted with the prime minister to launch the “Sealed Routes”, using Phuket as the main hub for tourists to expand their travel routes to other provinces.


    “Tourists will have to spend seven days in Phuket and take the Covid-19 test twice, before they are allowed to travel through these sealed routes in five provinces, and get tested again on the 13th or 14th day of their stay.

    The five provinces are: Krabi, Phang-nga, Samui which will be open for tourists in August, while Chiang Mai and Lamphun will be open in October,” said Phiphat.

    Siripakorn Chaewsamoot, TAT deputy governor for International Marketing Europe Africa, revealed that in the period July 1-19, over 9,000 tourists had flown to Phuket under the sandbox programme.

    Turkish Airlines and Gulf Air will also increase their flights to 34 per week within July.


    “As for the European Union moving Thailand out of the White List, it has not yet affected the number of tourists travelling to Phuket as most of the tourists are from Israel, US, UK, Germany and France.

    Travelling abroad is allowed in these countries and self-quarantine when entering back is not required,” said Siripakorn.

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    27 July 2021
    Lifestyle
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  • Teenager ‘dragged off by rip tide and drowned’ while saving 10 children’s lives

    A teenager is feared dead after he jumped into water to help save the lives of 10 children. Callum Osborne-Ward, 18, is believed to have been carried off by a rip tide at Rockley Point, Poole Harbour, yesterday afternoon. The children had been seen jumping into the water from a...

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    A teenager is feared dead after he jumped into water to help save the lives of 10 children.

    Callum Osborne-Ward, 18, is believed to have been carried off by a rip tide at Rockley Point, Poole Harbour, yesterday afternoon.

    The children had been seen jumping into the water from a railway bridge that spans the harbour before being dragged away.

    Their parents jumped in, along with Callum, and three of them ended up in hospital as a precaution.

    When it became clear that the teenager was still missing an air and sea search was triggered.

    Holidaymaker Leanne Edwards said: ‘When we first arrived it was just the Rockley Park staff doing the rescuing. Then three ambulances and two small ambulances arrived.

    ‘We were told that four kids had been swept beneath the bridge. They just got carried away.

    BNPS.co.uk (01202) 558833. Pic: DorsetPolice/BNPS Pictured: Emergency services are searching for missing 18-year-old Callum Osborne-Ward. Police officers assisting multi-agency searches to find a missing man in Poole, Dorset are appealing for information from the public to help find him. Dorset Police received a report at 3.52pm on Monday 26 July 2021 raising concern for people in the water off Rockley Park. Officers attended, along with the ambulance service and the fire service. Ten people were checked over by the ambulance service, with three of them taken to hospital as a precaution. Following enquiries, it was established that a further person ??? 18-year-old Callum Osborne-Ward ??? was unaccounted for and searches are being carried out by the coastguard, police and RNLI to locate him.
    Police are unsure if Callum is still at sea or made it back to land and is lost (Picture: DorsetPolice/ BNPS)
    BNPS.co.uk (01202) 558833. Pic: RachelBaker/BNPS Pictured: Emergency services are searching for missing 18-year-old Callum Osborne-Ward. Police officers assisting multi-agency searches to find a missing man in Poole, Dorset are appealing for information from the public to help find him. Dorset Police received a report at 3.52pm on Monday 26 July 2021 raising concern for people in the water off Rockley Park. Officers attended, along with the ambulance service and the fire service. Ten people were checked over by the ambulance service, with three of them taken to hospital as a precaution. Following enquiries, it was established that a further person ??? 18-year-old Callum Osborne-Ward ??? was unaccounted for and searches are being carried out by the coastguard, police and RNLI to locate him.
    The incident happened in a stretch of water that is notorious for its rip tides (Picture: BNPS)

    ‘There was one teenage girl on a boat at the end of the pontoon. She was unable to move. Two teenagers were sat beside the pontoon. Another was sat near the mooring.’

    One woman, who asked not to be named, said: ‘I was here just as it started kicking off. Two kids fell in and four adults jumped in and tried to save them.’

    A police spokesman confirmed that 10 people were checked over by the ambulance service and three of them taken to hospital as a precaution.

    Chief Inspector Glen Doran said: ‘At this current time Callum remains unaccounted for and we cannot say for certain whether he is still in the water or has made it to land and is lost somewhere in the local area.

    BNPS.co.uk (01202) 558833. Pic: RachelBaker/BNPS Pictured: Members of the public help in the search for missing 18-year-old Callum Osborne-Ward. Police officers assisting multi-agency searches to find a missing man in Poole, Dorset are appealing for information from the public to help find him. Dorset Police received a report at 3.52pm on Monday 26 July 2021 raising concern for people in the water off Rockley Park. Officers attended, along with the ambulance service and the fire service. Ten people were checked over by the ambulance service, with three of them taken to hospital as a precaution. Following enquiries, it was established that a further person ??? 18-year-old Callum Osborne-Ward ??? was unaccounted for and searches are being carried out by the coastguard, police and RNLI to locate him.
    Members of the public help in the search for the missing teenager (Picture: BNPS)

    ‘We are working with the Coastguard and RNLI to carry out extensive searches of the water and shoreline and I am appealing to anyone who has any information as to his whereabouts – or who sees a young man matching the description given – to please contact us immediately.’

    Callum is described as white, 5ft 5ins tall and with short brown hair. He has the word ‘Dad’ tattooed on his chest and was wearing blue swimming shorts.

    The incident happened in a stretch of water that is notorious for its rip tides.

    Last Friday, two sisters aged 13 and nine, were rescued from the same spot after they were dragged into deeper water.

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    27 July 2021
    International
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  • Dad of 80 dumped out the car at temple

     A couple dumped an 80-year-old man they called “father” at a temple in Bua Lai district and drove off, and he was later confirmed to be infected with Covid-19. A Facebook user said to be a medical worker at Bua Yai Hospital posted pictures of an old man lying on...

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     A couple dumped an 80-year-old man they called “father” at a temple in Bua Lai district and drove off, and he was later confirmed to be infected with Covid-19.

    A Facebook user said to be a medical worker at Bua Yai Hospital posted pictures of an old man lying on a trail near Wat Pa Suan Thamma Sawaddee in Ban Nong Waeng village of Bua Lai district. 

    The pictures were accompanied by written condemnation of a daughter’s maltreatment of her old father.

    Luang Phor Sitthichai, abbot of Wat Pa Suan Thamma Sawaddee, said that a woman and her husband brought the 80-year-old man to the temple on Sunday.

    They said that the old man had known him when they lived in Khon Khaen province and wanted to stay with him at the temple.

    Then the couple left the old man and his cloth bag at the temple, and quickly drove away in  their car.

    Ban Nong Waeng village head Thongsuk Thaebtham learned from the old man that his daughter had brought him from Lop Buri province and left him at the temple.

    On Tuesday morning the old man wandered away from the temple and was later found lying in the rain on a nearby trail. Local health workers took him for a Covid-19 test, which returned positive.

    The man was taken to a hospital in Khon Kaen province because he was a native of Khon Kaen.

    Monks at the temple, health workers and rescuers who were in close contact with the old man were placed in 14-day quarantine.

    The village head said the daughter should not have treated her father that way, and  had put others at risk of catching the virus 

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    Health workers assist the 80-year-old man found lying on a trail near Wat Pa Suan Thamma Sawaddee in Ban Nong Waeng village of Bua Lai district, Nakhon Ratchasima, on Monday. (Photo supplied)

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    27 July 2021
    National
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