The province of Chonburi has 97 confirmed and new cases of Covid-19 today


The province of Chonburi has 97 confirmed and new cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus today according to the Chonburi Department of Public Health.

34 of the cases are from the Mueang Chonburi area, 9 from Si Racha, 36 from Banglamung(Pattaya area), 1 from Phanat Nikhom, 6 from Sattahip, 6 from Ban Bueng, 4 from Pan Thong, and 1 from Bor Thong.

In a piece of good news of the 807 new confirmed cases the first case was deemed to be recovered and released.

Here are the details on today’s cases:

  1. Seven cases of COVID-19 from the Flintstone Pub in Mueang Chonburi (as of April 6th 2021 a total of 144 from this venue)
  2. People infected with COVID-19 From other entertainment venues are as follows
    2.1 Bone Pattaya 1 case
    2.2 Buzz Pattaya 1 case
    2.3 Kitchen Lao, Pattaya, 1 person
    2.4 Insomnia, Pattaya: 1 case
    2.5 Infinity Si Racha, 1 person
    2.6 Mountain Bar Sattahip 1 person
    2.7 Replay Bang Saen 1 person
    2.8 New Version, Pattaya, 2 people
    2.9 The Garden 168 Pattaya, 2 people
    2.10 Other entertainment venues in Pattaya, 3 cases
    2.11 Class 99 Mueang Chon Buri 3 cases
    2.12 Friend Zone Pluak Daeng, Rayong 4 people
    2.13 Thongsuk Cafe Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan, but came to Chonburi, 2 people
    2.14 Entertainment places from Bangkok, 3 cases
    2.15 Chiang Mai entertainment venues 1 case
  3. 28 cases of close contacts and family members infected with COVID-19
  4. In the process of investigating the disease, number 42 cases

1054 proactive tests were taken yesterday from mostly staff at entertainment venues in Chonburi and 433 close contacts. They are all pending results currently.

Authorities have stated most cases are asymptomatic at near 90 percent or with mild symptoms. The main age range is 18-29 years old. They also stated people should continue to use measures like wearing masks, social distancing, and other health measures.

Thousands of tests have taken place over the past week and will continue according to health officials.

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