British journalist paperwork beer-fuelled events with Covid sufferers at Phuket quarantine lodge

British journalist Jonathan Miller was declared to be at excessive threat of Covid-19 after coming into Thailand and ended up in a quarantine hotel in Phuket… which he says was more like an “Asian Hotel California” with “late-night discos fuelled by native beer.”
Miller, recognized in Thailand as the primary international reporter to interview King Vajiralongkorn after his coronation, wrote a report was printed in the Sunday Times headlined “They coughed, they danced, they drank beer: life as a paying prisoner at a Thai quarantine lodge.”
His partner tested optimistic after coming into the Phuket Sandbox, and the two of them checked in to a Phuket Town “hospitel,” which he referred to as the “Covid ‘leper colony’” with 289 other “farang.” People partied. Drank. Danced. Frugal . And Miller later contracted Covid-19.
Hospitels are hotels that companion with hospitals to offer basic look after Covid-19 sufferers with mild symptoms. In Miller’s case, he says the hospitel was a “mandated ‘medical’ facility beneath the supervision of a Phuket hospital and Thailand’s public well being authority.”
Following Miller’s harsh and lengthy critique of his stay at a Phuket quarantine resort, Governor Narong Woonciew called for an investigation into the reporter’s claims. Phuket officials have also launched a charm offensive to negate the tarnished popularity of their Sandbox programme and the standard of their hospitels.
To learn Jonthan Miller’s story within the Sunday Times, click HERE..

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