Home Health Kan unable to stay stuck with COVID 13 additional cases, accumulated 129 cases, 2 more missing, hospitalized 83 cases

Kan unable to stay stuck with COVID 13 additional cases, accumulated 129 cases, 2 more missing, hospitalized 83 cases

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From the case of the outbreak of coronavirus 2019 or COVID-19 in Kanchanaburi Province The new wave in the period between April 5-29, 64, the past has accumulated 116 cases of infection, 44 cases returned home, and 72 hospitalized patients as previously reported.

Latest at 4.00 p.m. on 30 Apr. 64, Kanchanaburi Provincial Public Health Office Reported the situation of COVID-19 virus infection on April 30, 64 that today it detected a person infected with COVID-19. The new wave increased in the number of 13 cases, including 10 women, 3 males, a total of 129 cases of cumulative infections, 2 of which were recovered and returned home, 46 were hospitalized for 83 new cases. 13 cases, number 117-129, the information of all 13 patients is as follows

Case 117: 56-year-old female patient, Pak Prak Sub-district, Mueang Kanchanaburi District Detected on April 29, 64 (source of infection, contacted patients from Bangkok) treated at Phahol Phol Payuhasena Hospital.

Case 118, 39-year-old female patient, Tha Makham Sub-district, Mueang Kanchanaburi District Detected on April 29, 64 (the source of infection, contacted patients from Bangkok) treated at Phahon Hospital.

Case 119: A 63-year-old female patient from Thong Pha Phum Sub-district, Thong Pha Phum District, was detected on April 29, 64 (the source of infection is under investigation).

Case 120, 45-year-old female patient, Ulok, forty thousand sub-district, Tha Maka district, diagnosed with infection on April 29, 64 (the source of infection is under investigation), treated at Makarak Hospital

Case 121: A 71-year-old female patient from Phang Tru Sub-district, Tha Muang District, was detected on 29 April ’64 (the source of infection is under investigation), treated at Makarak Hospital.

Case 122, a 51-year-old male patient, Wai Neaw Sub-district, Tha Maka District, was found infected on April 29, 64 (the source of infection is under investigation), treated at Makarak Hospital.

Number 123, a 22-year-old female patient, Wai Neaw Sub-district, Tha Maka District, was found infected on 29 April ’64 (the source of infection is under investigation), treated at Makarak Hospital.

Case 124, 54-year-old female patient, Wai Neaw Sub-district, Tha Maka District, was found infected on 29 April ’64 (the source of infection is under investigation) and was at Makarak Hospital.

Case 125: 21-year-old male patient, Thamakham Sub-district, Mueang Kanchanaburi District Infection was detected on April 30, 64 (the source of infection, contacted patients from Bangkok), treated at Phahon Examin Hospital.

Case 126: A 45-year-old female patient from Nong Prue Sub-district, Nong Prue District, was found infected on April 30, 64, the source of infection is under investigation), treated at Bo Ploy Hospital.

Case 127, a 43-year-old female patient, from Nong Kum Sub-district, Bo Phloi District, was found infected on April 30, 64, the source of infection is still being investigated), recovered at Bo Ploy Hospital.

Case 128, an 18-year-old male patient from Phang Tru Sub-district, Tha Muang District, was detected on April 30, 64 (the source of infection, contacted the patient from Bangkok), treated at Somdej Phra Sangkharat Hospital No.19, Tha Muang District

And case 129, a 14-year-old female patient from Phang Tru Sub-district, Tha Muang District, was detected on April 30, 64, the source of infection, contacted patients from Bangkok) treated at Somdej Phra Sangkharat Hospital No.19, Tha Muang District

The reporter reported that Summary from April 5, 64 until now. In Kanchanaburi Province, 129 cases of COVID-19 infection were found in the area, with domiciled in 10 districts, comprising 4 of Thong Pha Phum District, Muang Kanchanaburi District, 48 cases, Thamuang District, 17 cases, Sai Yok District, 2. 10 cases of Phanom Thuan District, 27 cases of Tha Makham Tia District, 2 cases of Dan Makham Tia District, Huai Krachao District, 17 cases of Nong Prue District and 1 case of Bo Ploy District

All were separated into 85 female patients, 44 male patients. Today (30 Apr) there were 2 cured patients, 54 and 90, including 46 cumulative cured patients. There were 83 cases in hospitals. Three districts were found in three districts with no COVID-19 cases, namely Lao Khwan, Si Sawat, and Sangkhlaburi.

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