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Rama X .: Is Thailand's king in hospital with respiratory problems?

Maha Vajiralongkorn was reportedly rushed to hospital with respiratory problems. There was initially speculation about a possible corona infection.

Bangkok – Reports on the health of Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn (68) are currently increasing in the international press. The Scottish journalist and Asia expert Andrew MacGregor Marshall (50) recently said on Twitter that he had received information that Rama X. had been brought to a clinic with respiratory problems * and was in intensive care there.

Marshall initially announced in an initial tweet that his symptoms would match those of Covid-19. The king is said to have first been cared for in Bangkok Hospital and then transferred to Siriraj Hospital. A little later, however, the journalist put his statements into perspective again and announced in a second message (also via the short message service Twitter) that Rama X. was not in mortal danger.

“Contrary to rumors, there are currently no signs that the king's illness is life-threatening. He has respiratory problems that are unlikely to have anything to do with Covid and was treated in the intensive care unit at Siriraj Hospital, ”Marshall explained. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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