Chonburi announces 10 new cases of Covid – 19, new confirmed cases continue to decline


The Chonburi Public Health Department this morning at 8:00 A.M. (January 14th) announced 10 new confirmed cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus in Chonburi which were discovered in Si Racha, Banglamung, and Sattahip.

Chonburi now has a total of 630 cases of Covid-19 and one previous death from this recent round of Covid-19 cases and infections. The death was a 47-year-old woman with previous health issues.

Today’s cases saw four in Banglamung, four in Si Racha, and two are in Sattahip.

The Banglamung cases involve one person visiting a brewery in Si Racha and three close contacts of prior confirmed cases.

The Si Racha cases include a medical staff member, one person who visited a bar that is a prominent source of recent infections, a close contact of a prior patient, and a foreign national (Japanese) who visited a bar in Si Racha that had prior infections.

The two confirmed cases in Sattahip are from ‘Rong Beer Pa Dang’, a previous cluster of infections in the Si Racha area.

Today is the lowest number of cases in the Chonburi area in over two weeks, beating yesterday’s record low of fourteen cases as the situation appears to be being brought under control by the Chonburi Public Health Department thanks to testing and tracing procedures.


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