“Chiang Mai” found 65 cases of Covid-19, no more family outbreaks.

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On 20 Dec. 19, Dr. Songyot Khamchai, Head of the Communicable Disease Control Group Chiang Mai Provincial Public Health Office Announcement of the epidemic situationCovid-19 provinceChiang Mai The daily number of new infections dropped to 65 and below 100 for more than 10 days.

Two of them were infected who traveled from the provinces, while the rest were provincial infections.new clusterThere are still 4 cases of continuous outbreaks from 3 clusters, consisting of 2 new clusters: J&T Express cluster, Moo 2, Tambon Nong Pa Khrang. Mueang Chiang Mai District 1 case, total 3 cases and Global House cluster, Moo 11, Tha Wang Tan Subdistrict, Saraphi District 1 case, total 2 cases, and 1 cluster that continues to spread, which is Cluster My Place Apartments, branches Wiang Bua, Chang Phueak Subdistrict Mueang Chiang Mai District 2 cases

partclusterOriginally under disease control 4 new cases found from Central Festival department store cluster Chiang Mai It is currently investigating how the disease is linked. Today, the epidemic is not found in the family.

For the two new deaths, they were in close contact with family members. And has never been vaccinated before. The first one is a 56-year-old German man with congenital disease, namely high blood pressure and obesity. On November 26, he started coughing and breathing difficulties. The next day, RT-PCR tests confirmed that Infected, he was admitted to Nakornping Hospital. Until December 18, his respiratory system collapsed and he died.

The other was a 58-year-old Thai woman with congenital diabetes. Received only 1 dose of astrasenega vaccination. On November 25, he started to have symptoms of fever, sore throat, and difficulty breathing. The next day, he underwent a RT-PCR test and confirmed he was infected.Covid-19 Received treatment at Chiang Mai Medical Hospital on December 3, more tired. low blood oxygen So he was sent to Nakornping Hospital for treatment on December 19, his respiratory system failed and died.

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therefore asking high-risk groups, including the elderly and those with congenital diseases to be vaccinated as soon as possible Because vaccines can reduce serious morbidity and mortality for those who are infected. especially those at risk if the infection has severe symptoms and cause death easily

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