Chonburi has no new cases of Covid-19 this morning, Pattaya area no new cases in eight days


The Chonburi Public Relations department released detailed information this morning on the current situation with the Covid-19 Coronavirus situation, revealing that Chonburi had zero new cases of Covid-19 discovered in the past twenty four hours.

Chonburi, the province (state) that contains Pattaya and Banglamung, has had a total of 87 cases of the novel Coronavirus since the start of the infections in the province. 69 cases have fully recovered and have since been released from area hospitals, with two more people released from Pattaya area hospitals in the last 24 hours. The area has had two deaths, both foreigners who were imported cases from other provinces.

There are only 16 patients left having treatment for the Covid19 Coronavirus in the Pattaya area. Pattaya has had no cases confirmed since April 19, which were two family members of a previous confirmed case who had just returned from Phuket. Two cases have been discovered in Chonburi in the past week, both in the Phan Thong district closest to Bangkok in the far North of the province.

22 patients remain under investigation currently for the disease in the Chonburi area. A person under investigation is considered someone high risk with previous exposure to a confirmed case and under quarantine or a person undergoing testing for potential symptoms of Covid-19.

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