The province of Chonburi, Thailand, which includes Pattaya, announced this morning on their social media channels a total of 97 new, confirmed cases of Covid-19 which is a slight overall increase in Covid-19 cases after four previous days of dropping.
The districts in the province where cases were found are as follows: Mueang Chonburi with 18, Si Racha with 8, Banglamung (Pattaya area) with 46, Phanat Nikhom with 3, Sattahip with 4, Ban Bueng with 1, Pan Thong with 4, Bor Thong with 5, Koh Si Chang with 4, and 4 from other provinces brought to Chonburi for treatment.
The details on today’s cases are as follows (We are aware some of this information is very vague, this is all that was released by the Public Health Department):
- One person infected with COVID-19 from a large cluster from the Flintstones Pub in Mueang Chonburi in the Don Hualor sub-district.
(Since April 6th, 2021, a total of 156 cases from here)
- 2.1 Pin up go-go 1 person
2.1 Infected from entertainment venues in Chiang Mai Province 1 case
- People infected with COVID-19 from “other” establishments 1 person
- 70 people in close contact with prior patients and family members infected with COVID-19
- In the process of investigation 23 cases.
Today, a total of 163 contacts were searched based on contact tracing from prior cases of Covid-19, and 280 proactive ones were searched which is when health workers go out into the local community, such as staff at entertainment venues, and test. All are currently pending results.
Chonburi Public Health Officials have cautioned people to stay home and work from home if possible, avoid social gatherings and parties, wear masks at all times when out of one’s home, and follow other Covid-19 precautions.