Mahasarakham found a papaya salad woman stuck with COVID, expected to be infected from Samut Sakhon, revealing timeline

Mahasarakham found a Som Tam merchant next to ‘COVID’ revealed selling papaya salad in Samut Sakhon, revealing district health timeline Inform someone to walk the Khlong Thom Market at Borabue to immediately see a doctor

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On December 30, 20, Mr. Kiattisak Thongsiri, Governor of Maha Sarakham Province. As Chairman of the Maha Sarakham Provincial Communicable Diseases Committee disclosed that from the health information of Maha Sarakham Province One confirmed case of COVID-19 was found, a 42-year-old woman from Borabue District, Maha Sarakham Province. Behind Thai Union Market, Tha Sai Subdistrict, Mueang District, Samut Sakhon Province

The history is on 20 Dec 20 at 1:00 pm from Samut Sakhon. By car, come to Borabue District, Maha Sarakham Province at 4:00 PM, stop by PTT Nong Khae Pump, Nong Khae Sub-district, Nong Khae District, Saraburi Province, arrive at Borabue District at 11.00 PM on December 22, 2020. Went to the fields with her husband until evening

Dec 23-25, can’t stay at home, Dec 26, 12: 00-14: 00, go to the Borabue Market (private) by going to buy shoes and clothes (bathroom side zone) and walk. All over the flea market By wearing a mask all the time (General symptoms, usually no fever, no cough, can eat rice)

On December 27-28, you can’t stay at home. On December 29, you leave your house by car. Go to Borabue hospital and arrive at the hospital around 9:00 am to check for COVID 19.

On December 30, 2020, at 10.00 a.m., Maha Sarakham Province Public Health Visiting the area for monitoring in case of news appearing, one case of COVID-infected cases was found in the Borabue district

Which was assigned to the district health Public relations notice For people who come to walk in the Khlong Thom Market Opposite the traffic box, Borabue Police Station on December 26, 2020 to report to Sa Than Suk District or District Hospital To detect COVID

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