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Covid-19 epidemic situation of Chiang Mai Province better The number of infected people has dropped to 96.

Covid-19 situation Chiang Mai province today (December 5) found only 96 infected people, three from other provinces, including Lamphun, Chiang Rai and Nakhon Si Thammarat, one in each province. The remaining 93 are infected in the province. all Divided from 22 new clusters and clusters with ongoing outbreaks, namely: Big C Department Store cluster, Don Chan Branch 14 cases, and new cluster at Ban Wang Hai, Village No. 14, Mae Na Wang Subdistrict, Mae Ai District, 3 cases; Meeting cluster at Fuel shop. Coffee, Mae Ping Branch, Wat Ket Subdistrict, 2 cases, Sam Prasit Partnership Cluster, Pa Tan Subdistrict, Mueang Chiang Mai District 1 person, Bo Kung Ban Suan Cluster, San Klang Subdistrict, San Kamphaeng District 1 person, and Fai Hin Temple Funeral Cluster, Moo 1, Su Subdistrict Thep, Mueang Chiang Mai District, 1 person

The original cluster was in the process of controlling the disease. There are still 4 new cases found, including the Hundred-Room Dormitory Cluster, Chotana Road, Chang Phueak Subdistrict. , Central Festival Cluster, Cluster, Pao Pao Ltd., Pa Daet Subdistrict, Mueang Chiang Mai District and Thepwong Orchid Cluster Ban Sa Khon Sub-district, Mae On District, 1 per cluster

As for the family outbreak, 7 new cases were found from 2 families in the family in Moo 1, Piang Luang Sub-district. There are five cases in Wiang Haeng district and two families in Village No. 9 in Omkoi sub-district, Omkoi district, while 41 new cases of the previous infection have been found, and another 17 are under investigation.

Of the four new deaths today, three are elderly people, all three have congenital diseases and have not been vaccinated against the disease, while one is under 60 years of age without congenital disease in seven chronic disease groups. but received only one vaccination That’s why it’s important for the elderly and patients with 7 chronic diseases to be vaccinated as soon as possible.

The first deceased was a 79-year-old Thai man with congenital disease, namely diabetes and high blood pressure. and bedridden patients being infected from contact with a previous infected person and had never been vaccinated before. On November 16, he was screened because of his close history with a previous infection. Test results confirmed that he was infected with coronavirus. Received treatment at Hang Dong Hospital, the doctor gave treatment until November 30, respiratory failure and death.

The second case was a 72-year-old Thai woman with congenital disease, namely high blood pressure, anemia and schizophrenia. The infectious factor is unclear. and had never been vaccinated against COVID-19 before. Hang Dong Hospital The doctor diagnosed a stroke. Referral for treatment at Chiang Mai Neurological Hospital. The ATK test was negative on November 29, RT-PCR test revealed that it was infected with COVID-19. Doctors keep giving treatment Until December 3, respiratory failure and death.

The third case was an 82-year-old Thai man with congenital disease, namely high blood pressure and kidney failure, infected by family contact. and had never been vaccinated before. On November 14, he had a high fever, a slight cough, and on November 16, a RT-PCR test revealed that he was infected with coronavirus. received treatment at McCormick Hospital. After that on November 23, the symptoms became more tired. low blood oxygen Referral for treatment at Chom Thong Hospital. Doctors continued to give treatment until December 3, respiratory failure and death.

and the last one is a Thai man, aged 48 years, with congenital disease, namely allergy, infection from family contact. Connect with the new city market cluster. Had only received 1 dose of Sinopharm vaccination against COVID-19. On November 15, he started having symptoms of high fever and headache. The next day, he underwent a RT-PCR test and confirmed he was infected with COVID-19. Received treatment at Chiang Mai Ram Hospital on November 22, more tired. low blood oxygen Referral to Nakornping Hospital until December 3, respiratory failure and death.

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