In the country – check from the blood results It is estimated that more than half of the population or 60-70% of the population is ‘infected’.

Wednesday, 21st September, 2022 10.29 am

Check from the blood results It has been assessed that more than half the population or 60-70% of the population is ‘infected’.

21 September 2022 Professor Dr. Yong Phuworawan, Head of the Center specializing in clinical virology Department of Pediatrics Faculty of Medicine Chulalongkorn University Posted a message via Facebook Yong Poovorawan about the “COVID” situation with the following content…

“Covid 19, the number of Thai people infected

These days, the spread of COVID-19 is widespread. It was not possible to record the number of people infected with symptoms and without symptoms. The number of reported cases is less than it actually is. Because many patients have few or no symptoms. Especially during the Omicron, only those admitted to hospital were reported. Failure to record the actual number of infected patients

Based on the assessment that has had a blood test of high in the past More than half of the population are likely to be infected. or probably 60-70%

The study determines the true number of infected people. It is currently ongoing by receiving a research grant from HSRI The study will be conducted in the population from 6 months to the elderly. By dividing into different groups of 1200 people receiving cooperation. by the Department of Disease Control Ministry of Health Chonburi Provincial Public Health Office The study will begin in early October. and will move to other provinces in all regions of Thailand through blood tests for signs of infection or tests antinucleocaosid and anti-spike IgG will determine the number of infections. and or how many vaccinations have been taken from the field

various immune systems consistent with preventing the severity of the disease for use in planning the prevention of covid-19 in Thailand in the near future especially the need for booster vaccination

The data obtained will be laboratory data. reflects the epidemiology of Thailand And this will be the first report from Thailand to be done in a large population. reflecting the events of the last 3 years.”


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