An infirmary will be opened at Government House after former deputy prime minister and tourism and sports minister Chumpol Silpa-archa died at parliament on Monday.
Staff at the secretariat of the Prime Minister yesterday said an infirmary would be opened to care for politicians and staff who fall ill.
Staff on Thursday turned a reception room on the ground floor of a Government House building into a temporary infirmary while workers started to create a permanent one on the same floor. Banharn Silpa-archa, the Chartthaipattana Party chief adviser and Chumpol's elder brother, said an infirmary was needed to provide medical treatment.
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