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Korat Seng! Painters migrated from camp in Hua Lamphong hide the truth 8 infected with covid

A painter from a worker’s camp in Hua Lamphong area, Bangkok, migrated to find work in Korat. hide the truth 8 COVID-19 infected

Reporters reported that today (June 28), Dr. Jet Bunyawongwirot Assistant Director of Maharat Nakhon Ratchasima Hospital has disclosed the information through the Facebook page Maharat Nakhon Ratchasima Hospital that yesterday (27 June 2021), Dr. Narinrat Pitchayakamin, Nakhon Ratchasima Provincial Public Health Doctor has explained the situation of the epidemic of coviral disease-19 in 32 districts of Nakhon Ratchasima province that Found 47 new cases, the cumulative total is 1,161, 955 recovered, 186 still in treatment and 17 deaths.

in which all new infections have a history of coming into contact with a patient and traveling from a high-risk area There are 16 new cases in Muang district, 12 in Pak Chong, 7 in Soeng Sang district, 4 in Non Sung district, 2 in Sung Noen district, 2 in Chokchai district, 1 in Bua Yai district. , Pak Thong Chai District 1 case and Dan Khun Thot District 1 case

The epidemiological investigation of a male patient. Construction worker It was found that there was a history of traveling from high-risk areas in Bangkok. After the closure of the construction camp in the Bangkok area, workers gradually returned to their former homeland. and part of them patrolled to find work in upcountry areas

In which patients and fellow workers came to be contractors to paint the twin towers under construction in Maharat Nakhon Ratchasima Hospital. and live together in a camp near Chang Phueak Road in Nakhon Ratchasima Municipality

The officials therefore screened and brought in at-risk groups who were friends of workers and their families to test for the infection. Maharat Nakhon Ratchasima Hospital The result found 8 new infections, of which these 8 new cases, Maharaj Hospital has accelerated the work to solve the problem and prevent and control the disease in a limited area.

along with organizing a team of public health officials Integration with officials from the Office of Public Health and Environment Nakhon Ratchasima Municipality Go to the area to inspect the worker’s camp It is located in a grove, Soi Chang Phueak 3, Chang Phueak Road, about 500 meters from Maharaj Hospital to create awareness and understanding among detained workers. and blocking the accommodation of the patient group including screening for new infections immediately

by the timeline of COVID-19 patients Workers from a worker camp near Hua Lamphong, Bangkok, arrived in Nakhon Ratchasima province in a pickup truck with 6 people on June 20. by being hired to paint the twin towers of Maharaj Hospital from 21-25 June 2021

They will stay together at the workers’ camp. In Soi Chang Phuak 3, Chang Phuak Road, Nakhon Ratchasima Municipality and will come out to buy food at the front of the alley every day during the stay at the camp Until on June 25, 2021, a worker felt a sore throat, so he went for swab and PCR tests for COVID-19 before finding out that he was infected with COVID-19, so the hospital accepted him for treatment to isolate the disease.

In which this case, for the first time, concealed information, saying that he came to Nakhon Ratchasima 1 month ago, as a result, officials Must follow close friends of workers to come to Swab to detect the infection urgently which were found to be infected with a total of 8 new cases

but will need to detect additional risk groups because the construction workers of the new patient building Maharat Nakhon Ratchasima Hospital Some of them stayed at worker camps in Soi Chang Phueak 3 and some went to construction worker camps at City Link Condos.

Nakhon Ratchasima Municipality therefore announced to follow up for high-risk groups and low-risk groups including persons traveling from Province, the dark red area and the red area into the municipality of Nakhon Ratchasima have reported to all 15 public health centers in the municipality for urgent screening for COVID-19

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