Mae Sot covids continue to spread Recently, the cumulative death has exceeded 100 people, closing the entrance-exit. Burmese migrant workers row room After finding a 5-year-old boy and 4 Myanmar migrant workers infected with the virus.
23 Aug. 2021, Mr. Thawat Tham-ngae, Kamnan, Mae Pa Subdistrict, Mae Sot District, Tak Province, along with the administrative officials of Ban Mae Pa Nuea Public health volunteers at Mae Pa Nuea Village have tents and paper signs attached to the entrance of Ban Ruen Ruedi Village, Village No. 1, Mae Pa Subdistrict, where 12 Burmese migrant workers live in a shophouse. Obstacles blocked the entrance to the alley and set up a checkpoint. Deploy officers to watch over 24 hours a day to prevent foreign workers from entering and leaving the area. Meanwhile, the Ban Mae Pa Nuea government has brought rice, dry food and drinking water to help those who have been quarantined for 14 days in the area.
Recently, four more workers have been found infected, one of which is a 5-year-old child. Mae Sot Hospital has now taken a 5-year-old Myanmar boy and his mother to the field hospital for treatment. There will be only 2 Myanmar people who have contracted the coronavirus still in the waiting room. to wait for Mae Sot Hospital staff to receive treatment at the field hospital
At the same time, Tak province has reported information. The situation of the epidemic of Covid-19 on August 22, 2021 in Mae Sot district that 8 infected people were found in the construction material company, Moo 1, Tha Sai Luat Subdistrict, and a factory in the area of Moo 15, Tambon Tha Sai Luat. Two of the Mae Kasa sites reported three cases of the virus inside factories, three in Moo 8, Mae Kasa sub-district, 10 in Mae Pa sub-district, and a factory in Mu 3 sub-district. Mae Pa found 17 infected people. Initially, there was a resolution to close the place. Prohibit persons entering and exiting and setting up FI/FQ in the establishment. including allowing the establishment to take care of their own employees and follow the measures prescribed by the Ministry of Public Health
Regarding the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Situation Management Center, Tak Province, Tak Provincial Public Health Office Report of the epidemic situation in Tak province on August 22, 2021, found 164 new cases, new wave cases (accumulated 1 Apr. – 22 Aug. 21), totaling 8,767 cases. 5,874 treatments, 5 deaths, resulting in a new cumulative wave of 62 cases, with the highest rank among 109 patients in Mae Sot district.