Pattaya, Chon Buri gives timeline of visited places of those infected with Covid

Chon Buri health officials are releasing a timeline of visited places by those recently infected with Covid-19.

  1. Chill Zone at Zen Siri Market in Sattahip on April 7th from 11:00pm to 1:30am
  2. Siam Commercial Bank at Central Marina Pattaya on April 7th to April 16th from 11:00am to 6:30pm
  3. Oishi Ramen restaurant on the 3rd floor at Central Plaza Chonburi in the Samet sub-district on April 8th from 1:00pm to 2:30pm
  4. Public van near Robinson Si Racha destination BTS Bang Na on April 9th at 6:00pm
  5. Skate board space at the Bali Hai Pier on April 10th and April 12th and 13th from 7:00pm to midnight.
  6. Lampei local grocery near Khun Trairat Ritngam dormitory in the Nong Kakha sub-district, Pan Thong district from April 10th to April 18th, time was not given.


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7. Wedding ceremony at a house address 45/59 in Soi Khao Makok 2/2 on Chaiyapruek Road in Huayyai, Banglamung on April 11th from 10:00am to mid-day.

8. Sai Sushi Café at Zen Siri Market, Sattahip on April 17th from 4:30pm to 6:00pm

9. The Pet Castle in Sane Suk sub-district on April 18th from 4:00pm to 6:00pm

10. Fairy Sweet Village on Thap Phraya Road on April 18th from 1:00pm to 3:00pm

11. Mongchang Café, Pattaya on April 19th from midday to 3:00pm

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The Chon Buri Health Office says if anyone has respiratory symptoms and/or a fever within 14 days from visiting those places listed above, to please go to a hospital and tell staff that you were around those places that had Covid-19 infections. Chon Buri province, which features Pattaya, has a total of 125 new Covid infections, which is the most amount of infections since April 17th.

Meanwhile, Thailand is reporting today a total of 2,070 new Covid-19 cases and 4 deaths were confirmed by the CCSA, raising the total number of cases since the outbreak on April 1 to 21,230 and this month’s Covid death toll to 27. The reported number is the highest daily total ever reported in Thailand.

SOURCE: The Pattaya News

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