Chonburi covids are rising! 214 new infections, found 4 large company clusters are very sick.

Chonburi covids are rising! 214 new infections, found 4 large company clusters are very sick.

Date 28 Dec 2021 time 06:39

CHON BURI – Another 214 new cases of COVID-19 were found, most of them infected from contact with confirmed cases in their families, at work, while four large company clusters. have been infected with many

On December 28, 2014, the Chon Buri Provincial Public Health Office reported that today there are 214 new cases of COVID-19, 2 deaths, a total of 790.

The new infected people come from 1. People who live in Rayong province. Received treatment in Chonburi Province 14 cases, collecting 5,466 cases and other provinces, collecting 1,875 cases 2. Cluster Honda Lock Thai Co., Ltd. Muang Chonburi 13 cases, collecting 15 cases 3. Cluster Siripaiboon Phatthanakan Co., Ltd. Banglamung District 4 Collected 4 cases 4. Cluster Sangro Developers (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Sriracha District 3 cases Collected 3 cases 5. Cluster Fujitsu General (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Sriracha District 3 cases Collect 9 cases

6. Risk occupation, meet a lot of people 7 cases 7. Medical personnel 2 persons 8. Provide a history of traveling from risky areas in provincial areas (Bangkok. 1 case, Chiang Mai 1 case, Lop Buri 1 case) 9. Touched with confirmed cases (48 in family, 35 at work, 5 close friends, 2 at a party) 10. Contact with confirmed patients (Under investigation) 18 cases 11. In the process of investigation of the disease 57 cases

As of December 28, 2021, Chonburi Province There are 1,780,145 people who have completed 2 injections of vaccinations, which this month. There are 2,492 people who have had 2 vaccinations, 26 of them have pneumonia, and 6 have died.

Of the 127,545 people who had only one dose of vaccination and 422,383 who were not vaccinated, a total of 549,928 people this month found 261 people who were not vaccinated and 1,828 were not vaccinated, 40 of them had pneumonia, were intubated 2. cases and 23 deaths

As of today, two new pneumonia cases (both received two doses of vaccine) and two new deaths (mean age 75) have been reported, among others. Leading to death is the elderly and has a congenital disease such as high blood pressure (no history of vaccination for both cases). Therefore, vaccination will help reduce the severity of COVID-19. people who live in Chonburi should be vaccinated against COVID-19, especially the elderly and those with congenital diseases pregnant woman due to COVID-19 infection not vaccinated are more likely to have severe symptoms than those who were vaccinated. which leads to death from COVID-19 and the elderly person with underlying disease pregnant woman will have more symptoms than other groups

Covid-19 outbreak april ripple Starting from entertainment venues, to family, to colleagues. to the community where employees and labourers live, which have risk factors from eating together or have close activities Socialize even if it’s just a small group of 2-3 people with close friends. causing outbreaks in clusters (Cluster) in which people gather both in the establishment, market, construction worker camp and communities, housing, military camps ask for cooperation Community resources are as follows:

Market 1. Traders or employees Do not come in close contact with traders or employees of other restaurants, do not eat close by. 2. Do not socialize 3. Sick must stop 4. Clean the bathroom regularly. especially the common touch points After leaving the bathroom, wash your hands every time. Do not use your hands with your face without washing your hands. 5. Wear a mask all the time. 6. When there is an infected person in the market. If there is a proactive examination Everyone is requested to be proactively inspected. 7. When the market is closed. ask for cooperation from the touch or at risk of infection to stay at home 8. Not accepting migrant workers from risk areas 9 Regularly randomized ATK testing

Establishments 1. Not socializing, not setting up a drinking circle 2. Food must not be eaten close by 3. Sick must stop 4. Common touch points Must be cleaned often, such as knobs, handrails, finger scans, signatures and must wash hands immediately. 5. Strict personal hygiene. Wear a mask all the time, wash your hands often, stay apart 6 randomly, regularly check ATK.

For those who are in close contact with those infected with COVID-19 Strict quarantine is required. do not go out to spread the infection



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