The Chonburi Public Health Office this afternoon (January 9th) has announced 40 new confirmed cases of local transmission of Covid –19.
Of those 40 cases, 35 are in Si Racha, four are in Banglamung and one is in Mueang Chonburi district while 20 are males and 20 are females. Si Racha has now passed Banglamung as having the most cases in Chonburi overall.
The total number of Chonburi confirmed cases in this new series of infections is now 518 with one death that we previously reported on, a 47-year-old Thai woman with previous health issues.
Of those 518, 477 are being treated at the hospital/quarantine (Thailand has a policy that all Covid – 19 positive patients MUST be given treatment and observation and cannot self-isolate at home.).
Forty people have recovered/are now clear of the virus.
Of those 518, 221 are in Si Racha, 217 are in Banglamung, 32 are in Mueang Chonburi, 16 are in Rayong (Confirmed cases originally from Chonburi being treated in Rayong), 12 are in Sattahip, 12 are in Ban Bueng, seven are in Panat Nikhom and one is in Koh Si Chang.
In addition the Chonburi Public Health Office has also specifically announced to warn anyone who has visited Rong Beer 90 Si Racha (The Si Racha brewery) from December 24th to December 31st please contact the Si Racha District Health Office 038-322 503 or 084-3539345 and 081-5629695 for an immediate free Covid – 19 test and please stay at home to keep control of the virus spread.
Yesterday (January 9th) the Chonburi Public Health Department has announced 31 new confirmed cases of local transmission of Covid –19.
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