Bangkok Health Bureau screening COVID patients with a rapid test kit 1,981 people have entered the treatment system. NHSO has extended the screening time for another 2 days, opening an expressway for the elderly, the disabled.
On July 30, a team of doctors and nurses at the Public Health Service Center 20 Pom Prap Sattru Phai, the Bangkok Health Bureau, led by Dr. Surudee Wongnom, director of the Public Health Service Center 20, together with the Pom Prap Sattru Phai District Office Organize a unit to prevent and solve the problem of COVID-19 proactive in the community Proactively screened in the community area in Soi Rong Mai behind Wat Saket, with the majority of people living in the community. and employees employed by wood mill operators Get tested for COVID-19 with a rapid test kit Backed by Thairath Group and a private coalition of 206 people, 15 people tested positive, all of whom were sent to home quarantine. before entering the treatment system in the next step
then in the afternoon A team of doctors and nurses at the Public Health Service Center 20 has provided preventive vaccination services to the elderly, chronically ill patients, 7 disease groups, and about 100 pregnant women in the community.
Meanwhile, Dr. Alisara Tattakorn, Director of the Communicable Disease Control Division, the Bangkok Health Bureau, revealed that the proactive practice of preventing and solving the COVID-19 problem by vaccinating target groups the elderly People with 7 congenital diseases and pregnant women as well as searching for people infected with COVID-19 in the community by screening with the Antigen Test Kit (ATK) and providing preliminary medical treatment before being referred to hospital. and give advice on how to isolate at home Between 15 and 29 July 64, 1,836 communities have been in the area. 89,672 people have received services, of which 64,451 people have been vaccinated and have been screened for infected people with a first test kit. pit test Of which 16,585 Thairath Group and its allies have supported, 1,981 people have been infected, of which 43 have been hospitalized, 23 have been treated in community detention facilities and 1,915 have been admitted to home treatment.
In this regard, Bangkok by the Office of Health and network partners Will go to the area to prevent and solve the problem of COVID-19 Continuously proactive By setting a goal of proactive screening to find all COVID-19 infected in 2016 in the community by 31 July 64 to prevent the spread of the disease. including reducing the number of residual patients in the community and bringing as many patients to the treatment system as possible
On the other side, at the parking lot, 1st floor, Ratthaprasasanabhakdi Building Chaloem Phrakiat Government Center, Chaeng Watthana Road, the location of the proactive checkpoint with antigen test kit (ATK) at the National Health Security Office or NHSO, together with the Faculty of Medical Technology, Mahidol University, established by supporting antigen testing kits. Test Kit is part of Thairath Group. and private sector partners
by the atmosphere throughout the day It was found that there were people of all genders and ages who came to get tested for COVID-19 until they overflowed the parking lot outside because the NHSO had determined that will be the last day of examination After continuous operation since July 12
However, due to the continuous number of people coming to visit the NHSO, the NHSO said that it has decided to extend the examination for another 2 days, namely August 2-3, at 8:00 AM. 16.00 Ready to open a fast track for the elderly aged 70 years and over, people with disabilities and people who need special assistance. by informing the volunteers at the front of the event to facilitate access to the Fast Track system. are also infected with COVID-19.