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Survey Paper | Mathematics and Statistics | Thailand | Volume 9 Issue 9, September 2020
How Thailand Tackles COVID-19: Introducing and Adapting into New Norms
Binnaree Kongsri Bodindecha | Sasirucha Winya Bodindecha | Montraluk Prommanee | Nattanit Kulviwat | Saranchaya Sangkarak | Piytathida Yodpibul
Abstract: Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of respiratory virus circulating in all continents as epidemic agents which cause respiratory infections which can result in common cold ranging to serious diseases such as, pneumonia. The 2019 novel coronavirus is a new strain that has caused viral pneumonia. It was initially linked to Wuhans South China Seafood City market which is a market for seafood and live animals in December 2019. The virus has now been detected in several areas in the world. Pandemic emerges, while it is hard to predict the accurate time for it to occur or re-emerge, it may be best to consider an effective measurementto determine how well people tackles the pandemic in their daily life, how they comply with the local government and officials laws, and predict possible trends following the aftermath of the pandemic; to compose subjective and analyzed data and statistics for further business and academic purposes, ensuring the least-possible-myriad societal, economical changes in the community come in the post-pandemic time in the near future. All the information, statistics, and statements seen in this paper are allowed to be used for academic purposes and further paperwork associated in the field of business, education, medicine, economy and others related to the changes in the system due to outbreaks.
Keywords: COVID-19, Climate Change, Flood, Drought, Adaptation, Mitigation
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 9, September 2020,
Pages: 1202 - 1205