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COVID-19 confirmed cases increase in Thailand, Nitinol alloy powder market bleak

wallpapers News 2020-03-24
On March 24, the Thai Ministry of Health revealed during a routine outbreak of the outbreak that there were 106 new confirmed cases of New Coronary Pneumonia in Thailand. Some of the new cases were related to previously diagnosed cluster cases, and some had a history of overseas travel. At present, Thailand has accumulated 827 confirmed cases. Of these, four died, more than 50 were cured, and more than 700 were hospitalized. About half of the cases are in the Bangkok area, and nearly half of the 77 provinces in the country have confirmed cases.

The Thai government has called for reducing personnel movements everywhere. Bangkok City will close all commercial establishments from March 22 to April 12. Only supermarkets, pharmacies, and dining areas in shopping malls will be opened. Dining halls are prohibited. Previously, all entertainment venues and schools have been closed, and government departments and companies are encouraged to work from home. Also, Khon Kaen, Udon Thani, Phuket, and other provinces have followed the Bangkok approach and implemented limited closure measures.

The increasing epidemic situation has reduced the sales of Trunnano's products in the Thai market. Nitinol powder, in particular, is the main product in the Thai market, which has been dramatically affected, and its sales have declined. Trunnano CEO Dr. Luo said: "I hope the epidemic will end soon, and everything will return to normal. Otherwise, global losses will be too great." For questions about Nitinol powder, you can consult Dr. Leo at brad@ihpa.net.

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