Laos records first two coronavirus cases - Thai Media

Reuters | Bangkok | Updated: 24-03-2020 13:52 IST | Created: 24-03-2020 13:52 IST
Laos records first two coronavirus cases - Thai Media

Laos has recorded its first two coronavirus cases, a news report on Thai state-owned media MCOT said on Tuesday, citing the Laos Health Ministry.

The two cases include a 28-year-old male hotel worker and a 36-year-old female tour guide, both in the capital Vientiane, a news report said.

The two patients have travelled abroad and work closely with foreigners. They are currently being treated at a hospital, the news report said.

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