Chonburi announces 35 new local transmission cases of Covid – 19, most in Banglamung and Si Racha

Chonburi –

The Chonburi Public Health Office late this afternoon (January 4th) has announced 35 new confirmed cases of local transmissions of Covid –19.

Twenty-three cases are from active case finding/contact tracing, while twelve cases are still having sources identified, which are 14 males and 21 females.

Of those 35 cases, 15 are in Banglamung, 14 are in Si Racha, three are in Panat Nikhom, and three are from near Rayong.

The total number of Chonburi confirmed cases in this new series of infections is now 340 with one death that we previously reported on, a 47-year-old Thai woman with previous health issues.

Timelines for these new cases are expected to be released either late tonight or tomorrow according to the Chonburi Provincial Health Office.


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