Countries all over the world are bracing themselves and taking preventative measures due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Governments are encouraging people who have just returned from overseas travel to self-quarantine as they might have been exposed to the virus.
A father in Thailand recently went to pick up his son who had just returned from a trip to Italy, and he shared how he made a quarantine space for his son so that he wouldn’t spread the virus in case he was infected. According to Sinchew, the father had contacted the medical staff and government officials before he went to pick up his kid.
He had asked for advice as he wanted to know how to keep him and his son safe during the journey home. The responsible father modified his car using plastic pipes and plastic bags. Based on the photos, he had separated the front and backseats using the equipment and he even connected the air-conditioner to his son at the back using the pipes. So considerate!
The father said that he brought his son home directly from the airport to their house and during this period, he did not enter any stores or went to any place with a lot of people. Once they reached home, the father said that he sent his child to an isolation room that he had prepared.
This isolation room was equipped with wireless Internet and had many other electronic devices, so his son would be comfortable during the self-quarantine. The son has been in self-quarantine at home since returning to the country on March 10th and he’s very grateful for his father’s support.
The doctor said that he was very moved to see the father’s dedication in helping to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The father had also stocked up on sufficient masks and sanitisers in the car to reduce the risk. Although this did not guarantee that the son would not spread the virus, at least the father had tried his best to reduce the risk of infection.
Although it’s not a 100% perfect isolation space, at least it’s a step in the right direction! We should all be like this father!
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