Chonburi governor temporarily closes another Huay Yai area ice factory due to Covid-19 cases being found

PHOTO: Chonburi Provincial Public Health Office

Chonburi, Thailand-

Late this evening the Chonburi Public Relations office posted a new order from the Chonburi Governor on their social media accounts, confirming the temporary closure of an ice factory in the province.

  This is the second Huay Yai ice factory closed this weekend for Covid-19 related cases being found during proactive testing of staff.

The closed factory was named as the Phu Phan Ice Company Limited, located in the Huay Yai sub-district in Banglamung.

The factory will be closed from today, July 4th, 2021, until at least July 17th, 2021. All staff are required to comply with Chonburi provincial disease control orders, including mandatory Covid-19 testing and quarantine, regardless of being positive for the disease or not.

The original order, in Thai, for reference, is below.

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