“Covid Chonburi” found 139 new cases. Cluster of military camp still spread.
Date 02 Dec 2021 time 07:03
CHON BURI – Another 139 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported, most of them having been infected through contact with confirmed cases from families, workplaces, while the army camp cluster continues to spread. Three more have been found.
On December 2, 1964, the Chon Buri Provincial Public Health Office reported that today there are 139 new cases of COVID-19 and one death, a total of 762 cases.
New infected people come from 1. Cluster in the military conscription area, Sattahip district (conscripted soldiers), 3 cases, 1,799 collectibles. The epidemic continues to be uncontrollable. 2. People who live in Rayong province. Received treatment in Chon Buri province 5 cases, collecting 5,111 cases and other provinces collecting 1,831 cases 3. Cluster J.S.V. Technical Co., Ltd. Phanthong District 4 cases 4. Risky occupation, meeting a lot of people, 1 case 5. Medical personnel 1 case 6. Travel history from provincial risk areas (1 case, Phatthalung 1 case) 7. Contact with confirmed cases (34 families, 35 workplaces, 9 close friends, 10 people join the party) 8. Touch with confirmed patients (Under investigation) 9 cases 9. Under investigation 26 cases
As of December 2, 2021, Chonburi Province A total of 1,682,636 people have been vaccinated with 2 injections this month. There are 1,367 people who have had 2 injections of vaccinations, 11 have pneumonia, 2 are intubated, and 4 have died.
Of those who had only one dose of vaccination, 154,585 and 486,239 were not vaccinated, a total of 640,824 people this month. Of the 674 under-vaccinated and unvaccinated people, 4,473 were infected with pneumonia, 54 intubated. 7 rescued breaths, 30 died
As of today, 2 new pneumonia cases were found (1 in vaccination history and 1 was not vaccinated) and 1 new death (male, 47 years of age) with concomitant risk factors. that causes the severity of the disease leading to death is an alcoholic patient have a congenital disease And no vaccination history was found, 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. come to the community where employees and labourers live, which have risk factors from eating together or have close activities Socialize even in small groups of 2-3 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 resources are as follows: Market 1. Traders or employees Do not come in close contact with other vendors or employees, 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 Ask everyone 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
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 frequently, such as knobs, handrails, finger scans, signatures, and must be washed immediately. 5. Strict personal hygiene. Wear masks 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. not go out to spread the infection