Thai health authorities have ordered strict supervision of passengers from MS Westerdam and other people traveling by air and land from Cambodia after the vessel was allowed to dock. In Sihanoukville on Thursday.



According to the Bangkok Post, on February 14, 2020, the Ministry of Health's permanent secretary Dr Sukhum Kanchanapimai said on Friday that the officials had received a list of all the people on board. And send them to immigration so they will have to check for new infections if they come to Thailand.

"We have implemented the same measures that we put on people from Wuha, China," he said. People on all flights from Phnom Penh will be monitored. The measure also covers overland tourists from Cambodia.

Please note that Cambodia has allowed Westerdam cruise ships to dock on Thursday. Westerdam left Hong Kong earlier this month with more than 2,000 people on board. The cruise ship was denied entry by Japan, Taiwan, the Philippines, Guam, US territories and Thailand for fear of spreading the Covid-19 virus. Update: October