Kan Shock! Found ‘Covid’, smashing the province’s record of 637 people, revealing that more than 500 people came from factory clusters in Tha Maka district. Sad. 2 dead. One of them can only heal for one day. even without any underlying disease
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On July 27, 1964, Kanchanaburi Provincial Public Health Office. Report of the situation of the epidemic of Covid-19 in Kanchanaburi province. Found 637 new infected patients, divided into 66 local patients, 22 outside the province and 549 infected in the workplace, 35 recovered. 2 additional deaths
The person for the 2 deceased patients is the 1005th case, an 84-year-old male, a native of Tha Lo sub-district, Tha Muang district, Kanchanaburi province, with chronic kidney disease on July 12, with fever, headache, and covids were detected. 19 The source of infection touched the 906th patient who was admitted to Makarak Hospital on July 20, the condition worsened until July 21, the patient died.
The second case is the 1,853th patient, a female from Myanmar, aged 42 years, working in an establishment in the area of Saen Tor Subdistrict, Tha Maka District, Kanchanaburi Province. No congenital disease. Timeline on July 21, breathing. Difficult to be treated at Makarak Hospital Had to intubate on July 22, tested positive for COVID-19. On the same day, the Myanmar woman died. It was found that he was admitted to the hospital for less than 1 day and died, despite having no underlying disease
For patients infected with COVID-19 Found 637 more cases from the Kanchanaburi Communicable Disease Committee. has mobilized health officials in Kanchanaburi Province Various hospitals, especially Makarak Hospital Tha Maka District Public Health and all Sor Sor Sor hospitals in the Tha Maka District area have jointly visited the area to detect the infection in depth with both Thai and Myanmar workers working in various factory establishments in the area of Saen Tor Subdistrict, Tha Maka District, as well as people living around the factory As many as 549 COVID-19 cases were found, all of them being treated at field hospitals.