Chonburi announces 155 cases of Covid-19 in the province this morning, most in Banglamung

Chonburi, Thailand-

155 cases of Covid-19 in Chonburi were announced this morning stated Chonburi Public Health officials on their social media accounts.

This is a new record number of cases for the Chonburi area with most cases being found in Banglamung, the Pattaya area.

The district list is as follows: Mueang Chonburi 32, Si Racha 7, 83 in Banglamung (Pattaya area), 7 in Phanat Nikhom, 10 in Sattahip, 3 in Ban Bueng, 8 in Pan Thong, 1 in Bor Thong, and 4 from outside of Chonburi brought to the province for treatment.

The details released are as follows. Some details are very vague this is all that was released notes The Pattaya News:

Two more cases of COVID-19 from the Flintstone Pub in the Don Hualor sub-district (146 cases since April 6th, 2021).

  1. People infected with COVID-19 From other entertainment venues, details are as follows.
    2.1 168 Pattaya pub 2 cases
    2.2 BUS 1 North Pattaya Pub 1 person
    2.3 Queen Club 4 people
    2.4 The Garden 168 1 person
    2.5 version 1 pub 1 person
    2.6 Night bar, 1 person
    2.7 808 Pattaya 12 people
    2.8 1 person from the Catch Me Pub
    2.9 2 people from the Queen pub
    2.10 Unnamed Pub on Soi LK, Central Pattaya 1 person
    2.11 Fantasy Lounge: 1 case
    2.12 Cat me shop, 2 people
    2.13 Four Step Shop, 1 person
    2.14 ICE BAR 1 person
    2.15 The Box 1 person
    2.16 Pho restaurant, 1 case
    2.17 Mountain Bar, Sattahip 3 cases
    2.18 Rose Shops, KTV, Karaoke 2 cases
    2.19 Lucifer, Walking Street, Pattaya 1 person
    2.20 Sky Mountain restaurant Bali Hai 1 person
  2. Other entertainment venues in Pattaya, 1 case
  3. 1 person from a massage shop in Pattaya
  4. From an entertainment place in Bangkok, 1 case
  5. 27 people who are close contacts and family members infected with COVID-19
  6. In the process of investigation, a total number of 83 cases.

Last evening, a total of 574 close to medium contacts were searched, and 472 more proactive searches were checked and all are pending results.

8 people have been released and recovered.

Chonburi officials stated they encourage people to work from home, wear masks at all times outside, avoid crowded places, and follow other Covid-19 precautions. Stricter restrictions nationwide take effect tomorrow, April 18th, which include earlier closing times for restaurants and convenience stores, closure of amusement parks, continued closure of entertainment venues, and more. Chonburi may also release additional measures as early as today.

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