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Protest health plan launched

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The Public Health Ministry, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and rescue foundations have joined hands to adopt an emergency care plan to cope with possible violence during anti-government protests. 

The ministry is working with the BMA's Emergency Medical Services, known as the Erawan Centre, and rescue foundations to launch the "Erawan 2" emergency care plan to deal with any protest-related violence, the ministry's Medical Service Department deputy director general Narong Aphikulvanich said.

Under the plan, resources will be shared among hospitals and rescue foundations to deliver patients to hospitals.

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