Chonburi reports 454 new cases of COVID-19 Most of the contact with patients – Post Today Regional News

Chonburi reports 454 new cases of COVID-19 mostly from touching the patient

Date 17 Jan 2022 time 08:08

The Chonburi Public Health Office reported 454 new cases of COVID-19, mostly from contact with confirmed cases. Advise people to get vaccinated to reduce the severity of the disease.

On 17 Jan. 65, Chonburi Public Health Office Report on the situation of the epidemic of Covid-19 in the provinces as follows.

Today, there are 454 new confirmed cases of COVID-19.

1. People who live in Rayong came to receive treatment in Chonburi Province, 10 cases, collecting 370 cases, and other provinces, collecting 69 cases.

2. Cluster, food and beverage outlets selling alcohol, Pattaya area, Bang Lamung district, 15 cases, collecting 1,029 cases

3. A risky occupation, meeting a lot of 16 people.

4. 5 medical personnel

5. Provide travel history from 11 provinces as follows:

5.1 Ubon Ratchathani Province 4 cases

5.2 Bangkok 3 cases

5.3 Chiang Mai Province 1 case

5.4 Nonthaburi Province 1 case

5.5 Pathum Thani Province 1 case

5.6 Ayutthaya Province 1 person

6. Touch the confirmed patient

6.1 in 120 families

6.2 out of 92 workplaces

6.3 20 close persons

6.4 Join a party of 9 people

7. Touch the confirmed patient (under investigation) 17 cases

8. Currently investigating 139 cases

As of January 17, 2022, Chonburi Province There are 1,828,981 people who have been vaccinated with 2 injections, which this month. 4,945 people have had 2 injections of vaccinations, 17 have pneumonia, 2 are intubated, and 4 have died.

Of the 100,831 people who had only one dose of vaccination and 399,261 who were not vaccinated, a total of 500,092 people this month, 210 people who were not vaccinated and 6,385 were not vaccinated, 11 were pneumonia, were intubated 4. cases and 7 deaths

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 develop severe symptoms than those vaccinated. which leads to death from COVID-19 and the elderly person with underlying disease pregnant woman will have more symptoms than other groups




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