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Oh My Ghost! The Fierce Escape from Covid-19 (2021) (2021)

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Genre: Comedy
Country: Thailand
Release year: 2021
Status: Completed
 
When the hotel run by Taew is found to have a COVID-19 case, it is shut down and everyone there must remain in quarantine for 14 days. The messy and spooky happenings wages on, even the zombies rise to chase people.
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