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Covid today, Chonburi, 310 more infected, 2 deaths. Keep an eye on the cluster in the area.

COVID-19 situation, Chonburi province, found 310 new cases, 2 deaths. Still monitoring clusters in the area and taking strict measures to prevent disease.

COVID-19 situation, Chonburi province, today (31 Dec. 64) reported 310 new cases of COVID-19, 2 deaths. Details are as follows.

1. People who live in Rayong came to receive treatment in Chonburi Province, 8 cases, collecting 5,489 cases, and other provinces, collecting 1,882 cases

2. Cluster Mino (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Muang Chonburi 7 cases, collecting 19 cases

3. Cluster, Best Tech and Engineering Co., Ltd., Sattahip District, 6 cases, accumulated 6 cases

4. Cluster Sisaran Group Co., Ltd., Sattahip District 4 cases, collecting 4 cases

5. Risky occupation, meeting a lot of 11 people

6. 11 medical personnel

7. Provide a history of traveling from provincial risk areas (Prachinburi Province) 1 person

8. Touch the confirmed patient
8.1 in 46 families
8.2 from 41 workplaces
8.3 16 close persons
8.4 Join a party of 14 people

9. Touch the confirmed patient (under investigation) 53 cases

10. Currently investigating 92 cases

As of December 31, 2021, Chonburi Province A total of 1,794,273 people have received 2 injections of vaccination, which this month 2,879 people have been vaccinated with 2,879 cases of pneumonia, 29 have pneumonia and 6 have died.

Of the 116,998 people vaccinated with just one dose and 417,802 unvaccinated, a total of 534,800 people this month, 280 under-vaccinated and 2,227 unvaccinated, 40 of them pneumonia, intubated 2. cases and 24 deaths

As of today, one new pneumonia case (three doses of vaccination) and two new deaths (mean age 62) were found. leading to death is the elderly and was a contact with a confirmed patient in a previous family
(No history of vaccination for both cases) so 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

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 residential communities, military camps

ask for cooperation community communityas follows

market
1. Traders or employees Do not come in close contact with other vendors or employees, do not eat close by.
2. not socializing
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 on 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 Ask everyone to be proactively examined.
7. When the market is closed ask for cooperation from the touch or there is a risk of infection to stop at home
8. Not accepting foreign workers from risk areas
9 There is a regular randomized ATK test.

establishment
1. Don’t socialize, don’t set up a drinking circle.
2. Food must not be eaten close by.
3. Sick must stop
4. Joint touch point Must be cleaned often, such as knobs, handrails, finger scans, signatures and wash hands immediately.
5. Strict personal hygiene Wear a mask all the time, wash your hands often, stay away from each other.
6 Randomly check ATK regularly

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

Preventing the spread of COVID-19 in Chonburi Based on the balance between disease control, economic and social

Factors affecting the speed of the spread of COVID-19 depending on the movement of people outside the home intimacy including the length of time in close contact with each other In addition to not being strict in personal hygiene. If you don’t wash your hands before touching your face The virus enters the nose, mouth, and eyes, causing infection and spreading.

In the situation of COVID-19 There is a widespread outbreak until it may become a local disease The germs are not gone. make it possible to get infected but must not cause an epidemic until the public health system is insufficient and must not die Therefore, we ask for cooperation from all sectors to comply with the disease control measures of Chonburi Province.

Search a lot, detain well. New way of life. join the vaccination

1 Search a lot. Public service places. crowd ATK screening must be performed regularly. People who have symptoms or are suspected of being in close contact with those infected with COVID-19 should have ATK screening.

2 Good quarantine, those who come in contact with the infected person should quarantine. The infected person must be quarantined. not to infect others

3 new way of life Everyone must strictly adhere to personal hygiene, keep distance, wash hands regularly, mask must be put on the nose, mouth, eyes must not touch their faces. without washing hands Everyone must be able to live together safely in the current situation of COVID-19. still have to be left (smart living with covid-19) and may become endemic public service facility Must have preventive measures (covid-19 free setting)

4 join in vaccination Vaccines can reduce the severity of COVID-19 by 100%, but those who have been vaccinated can still be infected with covid-19 still need personal hygiene We ask for your cooperation in vaccination. to reduce the speed of the outbreak and reduce the severity of COVID-19 especially the elderly and those with congenital disease There are still deaths from COVID-19. Most of them are elderly and have congenital disease. and is not vaccinated

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