British drug suspect Mark Rumble is apprehended in Pattaya on Nov 2, 2019 prior to being extradited to the UK on Jan 27. (Criminal offense Suppression Department image)

A British jail revealed no indication of fever prior to he was moved from Thailand to the UK, a senior Corrections Department authorities stated on Wednesday.

Corrections Department director-general Naras Savestanan stated a medical check prior to the extradition of Mark Rumble, 31, to the UK on Jan 27 did not expose any disease. His body temperature level was 36.6 C and the lung x-ray was regular, the authorities stated.

Rumble was apprehended in Pattaya on Nov 2 and locked up at Bangkok Remand Jail prior to being extradited to Britain on drug charges.

He collapsed in a UK prison on Monday of believed coronavirus, now formally referred to as Covid-19, according to numerous British media outlets.

The medical report from Rumble’s evaluation was sent out to the UK prior to his departure, according to the Illness Control Department (DCD).

Sophon Iamsirithavorn of the DCD likewise rejected the detainee might have been contaminated with the infection in the Thai prison, stating he would not have actually been enabled to board a flight to the UK if he had actually established a fever.

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