“Chonburi” has 335 Covid cases. New cluster found. Labor accommodation. 10 infected.

“Chonburi” has 335 Covid cases. New cluster found. Labor accommodation. 10 infected.

Date 26 Jan 2022 time 07:01

CHON BURI – 335 new COVID-19 cases reported today, 6 of them medical personnel, most of them from family-workers. New cluster found in labor shelters, 10 infected

On January 26, 19, the Chonburi Provincial Public Health Office reported that today there are 335 new cases of Covid-19, one death, total of 18 (new wave 1 Jan. 65).

The new cases come from 1. People who live in Rayong province. Came in for treatment in Chonburi Province 18 cases, collecting 630 cases, and collecting 170 cases in other provinces. 2. CLUSTER Labor Accommodation, Chaiyapat Pattaya Construction Co., Ltd., Bang Lamung District, 10 cases, collecting 10 cases. 3. Occupational risk, meeting a lot of people, 16 cases 4 6 medical personnel 5. Provide travel history from provinces 5 cases (Bangkok 2 cases, Chanthaburi 1 case, Surat Thani 1 case, Samut Prakan 1 case 6. Contact with confirmed cases (96 families, workplaces) 41 cases, 12 close persons, 1 attending a party) 7. Contact with confirmed patients (Under investigation) 17 cases 9. Under investigation 113 cases

As of January 26, 2022, Chonburi Province There are 1,844,925 people who have completed 2 injections of vaccination, which this month. 7,093 people have had 2 injections of vaccinations, 27 have pneumonia, 3 are intubated, and 8 have died.

Of the 95,578 people who had only one dose of vaccination and 388,570 people who were not vaccinated, a total of 484,148 people this month found 322 people who were not vaccinated and 7,868 were not vaccinated, 18 of them had pneumonia, were intubated 7. cases and 10 deaths

As of today, 1 new death was found (64 years old). being an elderly person and have congenital diseases, including High blood pressure, diabetes (has a history of vaccinating one dose on 24 Nov 2021), therefore, complete vaccination criteria In other words, it must be immunized with the third injection. 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 who have not yet been vaccinated or incomplete vaccinations are more likely to have severe symptoms than those who have completed the vaccination criteria. which leads to death from COVID-19 and the elderly person with underlying disease pregnant woman will have more symptoms than other groups

Now there is an outbreak in Pattaya. Bang Lamung District and Mueang Chonburi District And there is a high incidence at the Tree Town market, Soi Buakhao, Pattaya. Bang Lamung District and a restaurant selling liquor, Long Beach Road, Bang Saen, Wonnapha Beach, Mueang Chonburi District and began to spread more widely in Pattaya Ask those who enter the Pattaya Tree Town Market, a liquor store in Pattaya, Bang Lamung District. And Saensuk Subdistrict, Mueang District, or go to crowded places during this period. Check everyone’s ATK 2 times, the first time and the next 5 days.

For those returning from their homeland, check ATK twice, the first time and the next 5 days.

There is now an outbreak of COVID-19. Omicron species in Pattaya Bang Lamung District and Saensuk Subdistrict Mueang Chonburi District and began to randomly detect COVID-19 Omicron species, Sriracha district, Sattahip district more, which will have a rapid outbreak. Please everyone be strict in the measures. avoid crowded places and avoid social gatherings

Liquor restaurant in Pattaya Bang Lamung District Mueang Chonburi District All customers must be screened with ATK. For other districts, check ATK in stores with more than 100 customers or quite crowded.

establishment Employees are screened before opening the business after the New Year festival with ATK and must strictly comply with organizational measures. in order not to affect the operation of the establishment due to COVID-19 Omicron strains are rapidly spreading.

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



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