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Phang Nga finds 6 new cases of COVID-19 linked to school cluster in Yala

by news dir

17 June 2021


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Phang Nga found 6 cases of COVID-19, linking school cluster in Yala province to Kuraburi raft cluster Still found more patients non-stop.

On June 17, 1964 at Phang Nga City Hall, Mr. Chamroen Thiphayapongthada, Governor of Phang Nga Province Chaired the meeting to monitor the situation of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 in April 2021, with relevant government agencies attending the meeting. The latest situation at 9:00 a.m. today, Phang Nga province has a cumulative total of 119 cases, 8 new cases found in Takua Thung District, 2 in Mueang Phang Nga District, and 5 in Kuraburi District.

Two of the patients in Takua Thung district were students whose parents had traveled to pick up from Tahfisul Quanmarkas School in Yala Province, and one was a younger brother who was also on the way to pick up. Patients in Mueang Phang Nga District A student returning from Tahfisul Quran Markas School, Yala Province as well As a result, there are 5 patients in the group who have returned from Tahfisul Quanmarkas School in Yala Province, and infecting one family member, 5 in Kuraburi District, 4 are foreigners, Thais. 1 case is in the Kuraburi fish raft cluster Today, there will be a rapid antigen test in the lockdown area. by additional private companies

The governor of Phang Nga province has ordered all districts to strictly monitor groups of people returning from the southern border provinces. especially the group of students returning from schools with an epidemic in Yala province. Ready to consider immediate repatriation to Local Qualantine and take legal action against individuals and officials who neglect to comply with entry measures in Phang Nga Province.

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