“How many days are you quarantined with covids?” Omicron this season is 5 days, is it still infecting or not, how many days have you survived?

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“How many days are you quarantined with covid?” Assoc.Prof.Dr. Teera Worathanarat, M.D. “Doctor Thira” Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University Post messages via facebook “Thira Woratanarat (Pa Mi Keene)” situation update spread of covid strains Oh Micron Omicron As of July 1, 2022, 672,957 people were infected worldwide with 1,175 more deaths, bringing the total to 552,430,830 and 6,357,410 deaths.

top 5 infectedCOVIDThe highest were France, Italy, Brazil, the United States and Taiwan. Yesterday, the number of new infections was 6 of the top 10 countries from Europe and Asia and 14 of the top 20 in the world. The number of new infections every day in the world now. from Asia and Europe Together they accounted for 66.71% of the world’s population, while the number of deaths accounted for 47.65%.

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According to Worldometer data, the number of deaths yesterday It is the 17th highest in the world and the 3rd in Asia, although the Thai MoPH has adjusted the reporting system from 1 May until the reported number is greatly reduced.

Record the first day of becoming an endemic area.

July 1, 2022, the first day of being “Dan Dong Rok” COVID or “abundant disease area” in a situation where the epidemic cannot be prevented effectively The agency said that enough, enough doctors, enough beds, enough medicine… it’s similar to the word “take it.” Aim for the welfare and safety of life need to find a way to survive to survive Among the policy and social environments that are at high risk of infectious disease transmission

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How many days are you quarantined with COVID? Quarantine for 5 days according to the prescribed guidelines. Will it be safe?

Most recently, a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine on June 29, 2022 provides important information on how long bacteria are still detected, infected, and cultured. After being infected with COVID-19 From the research data, it can be seen that quarantine for 5 days after infection is definitely not enough and still not safe This is because nearly 50% of the virus can still be cultured and has a high level of detectable virus. If it is safe according to information about the amount of infection And the rate of inoculation is about 2 weeks or at least 10 days, but in practice it is difficult to achieve due to economic, labor and social needs.

Therefore, if the infected person needs to return to life Or working 7-10 days before the time, it must always be realized that may transmit the infection to others Therefore, intensive protection should be continued during daily life until 2 weeks are complete in order to reduce the risk of transmission. by wearing an N95 mask or equivalent Do not take off your mask when meeting, working or talking to others. keep distance and very importantly Do not go to the dining circle at work. Do not go to a party to eat and drink and socialize. or activities that risk infecting others If help each other practice as mentioned above. It will help reduce the chance of infection spreading in various places amid the current epidemic situation, more or less.

At this point, it also confirmed that “insertingFace maskAlways when roaming outside” It’s a very necessary thing. Covid doesn’t end up chilling and recovering, but getting sick, dying and risking a long-term abnormality like Long COVID.

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