Chiang Mai found 2 more COVID-infected cases – innnews

Mr. Weeraphan De-On, Deputy Governor of Chiang Mai Province, together with Dr. Songyos Kamchai, Head of the Communicable Disease Control Group Chiang Mai Provincial Public Health Office Jointly announce the results of the Committee on Communicable Diseases of Chiang Mai Province and the situation of the coronavirus outbreak 2019 on January 12, 2021.

Mr. Weeraphan De-On, Deputy Governor of Chiang Mai Province said that from the meeting of the Communicable Disease Control Committee of Chiang Mai No. 11/2564, in which the meeting had made comments, including various proposals due to Chiang Mai Province. The number of patients or infected people continues to increase. Therefore, it is necessary to consider at the Chiang Mai Communicable Disease Control Committee meeting. And the meeting resolved to agree that In the matter of temporary closure of the premises According to the order of the Chiang Mai Communicable Disease Committee No. 3/2564, which has closed the facility Establishments that look like pubs, karaoke bars everywhere in Chiang Mai for a period of 14 days from 6-19 January 2021 when the number of people infected or sick. Including those exposed in the high-risk and low-risk groups Quite a lot It is therefore necessary to take time to detect infection. And preventive measures to control disease immediately Therefore, the Chiang Mai Provincial Communicable Disease Control Committee Has ordered 10/2564 to temporarily close the location. By closing the service location Establishments that look like pubs, karaoke bars everywhere in Chiang Mai Continue until January 31, 2021, so we would like to clarify and understand both the service operators. And operators of establishments that are similar to service establishments, pubs, karaoke bars, as well as publicizing to service users about the reasons and necessity to be known in general.

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Dr. Songyos Khamchai, Head of the Communicable Disease Control Group Chiang Mai Provincial Public Health Office Progress statement COVID-19 situation in Chiang Mai province (new wave), 23 cumulative cases (22 treatment, 1 return home), divided into 1 person from Rayong, 2 from Chonburi, outbreak in warm-up shop 10 Cases, outbreaks in riverside stores 7 cases, outbreaks among 3 new families, the investigation team has tracked and tested the coronavirus 2019 for high-risk people. And those exposed to low risk Which has been operated from 4-12 January 2021, a total of 1,559 people have been surveyed
High-risk contacts are continually tested in accordance with the standards of the Ministry of Public Health and strictly quarantine at home for 14 days. Home Quarantine. To observe yourself for 14 days (Self Monitorng).

For today People found with COVID-19 Two additional cases in Chiang Mai were home contact of the 65th case reported yesterday, as follows: 68th case of COVID-19 in Chiang Mai Province, 50-year-old Thai woman, homemaker, Muang District Chiang Mai Province received negative pressure separation room at Nakorn Ping Hospital. Began to have a slight illness since 1 Jan 2021, but no history of exposure. Therefore did not go to test for COVID-19 And most of our daily life since the beginning of illness and treatment at their own home

The 69th COVID-19 patient in Chiang Mai A 67-year-old Taiwanese man who runs a private business, domiciled in Muang District, Chiang Mai Province, receives treatment in a negative pressure separation chamber at Nakhon Phing Hospital In the process of investigation

From the investigation, it was found that The family had joint activities on the night of 31 Dec ’20, now the disease investigation team is working to follow up on the exposed people. And expedite the investigation to summarize the timeline Along with finding the root of infection in these 3 patient groups, if conclusions can be presented further

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In this regard, requests for cooperation of all people Surveillance and self-care according to preventive and control measures Spacing between Always wear a mask / cloth and wash your hands frequently.

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