All six are closely related, though the other 22 people who were in contact with the patients were found to be free of the virus.
“Still, the 22 people have been ordered to isolate themselves for 14 days,” he added.
The governor also ordered the chief of Bang Khan district to close all access to the Moo 7 village where the six patients were found.
Aviation authority extends ban on flights until April 30
The CAAT had initially prohibited all aircraft from entering Thailand from April 4 to 18. The move is to stem the Covid-19 contagion.
The order, signed by CAAT director-general Chula Sukamanop, exempts state or military aircraft, emergency landings, technical landings without any passengers disembarking, humanitarian aid and medical or relief flights, repatriation flights and cargo aircraft.
Passengers or staff on the exempted flights will be subject to a 14-day quarantine in Thailand according to the regulations announced by Department of Disease Control.