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Phuket reports 14 new coronavirus cases, total now 140

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Phuket has reported 14 new Covid-19 coronavirus cases today (Wednesday). The island is on virtual lockdown, especially Patong, home of the Bangla Road red light area, the flashpoint of most of the island’s infections. The new number bring the island’s infections to 140.

Phuket has closed off all land and sea routes and barred entry to all but essential goods vehicles, and will officially close its airport this Friday. Here are the details of the new cases…

Case 127: A 24 year old Russian woman, a tourist in Phuket for over a month with a history of visiting Bangla Road, She shared an apartment with cases 124-126, and fell sick March 22. 2 people are considered at high risk and are being sought by authorities.

Case 128: A 28 year old Thai man, a bag porter at Phuket International Airport. He has a history of visiting the southern border provinces near Malaysia. He worked closely worked with case 121. He fell sick on March 28, 7 people are considered at high risk.

Case 129: A 31 year old Thai woman who works in Bangla Road. She worked closely with cases 13, 27 and 35. She had close contact with tourists, and fell sick March 28. 2 people are at high risk.

Case 130: A 28 year old Thai woman, a massuese in Patong who had close contact with foreigners. She works in the same shop as a confirmed case from Ubon Ratchathani. She fell sick on March 31, 5 people are at high risk.

Case 131: A 42 year old Thai woman, also a masseuse in Patong who had close contact with tourists. She got sick on March 29, 25 people are considered at high risk

Case 132: A 37 year old Thai woman, also a Patong masseuse, she worked in the same shop as case 130. She had close contact with foreigners and became sick on March 22. 4 people are at high risk.

Case 133: A 64 year old Thai woman, also a masseuse in Patong in the same shop as cases 130 and 132. She had close contact with foreigners. Although she currently displays no symptoms, 1 person is considered at high risk

Case 134: A 36 year old Thai woman, a cashier in Bangla Road bar. She shows no symptoms, but 5 people are at high risk

Case 135: A 23 year old Thai woman, a hotel maid in Patong, who cleaned the room of confirmed case 58. She shows no symptoms, but 5 people at high risk.

Case 136: A 40 year old Thai woman, a maid at a bar in Bangla Road. She worked closely with cases 17, 36, 56 and 71. She fell sick March 25 and 1 person is at high risk.

Case 137: A 41 year old Thai man, a waiter at Italian restaurant in Patong, the same restaurant as cases 59 and 60. He fell sick March 30, no contacts are considered at high risk.

Case 138: A 24 year old Thai woman who works in Bangla Road. She had close contact with tourists, and is the best friend of confirmed case 87. She became sick on March 26, 3 people are at risk.

Case 139: A 28 year old Thai woman in the service sector, with a history of frequently visiting Bangla Road. She had close contact with numerous foreigners, and is also a friend of cases 87 and 138. She got sick on April 4, and 4 people at high risk.

Case 140: A 34 year old Thai woman, also in the service industry, with a history of frquent visits to Bangla Road. She had  close contact foreigners, and is close friends with confirmed cases 87, 138 and 139. She fell sick on March 22, and 4 people at high risk.

Cases 138-140 cases all live in Phuket’s southern Kathu district.

Phuket reports 14 new coronavirus cases, total now 140 | News by Thaiger

SOURCE: Phuket Andaman News

 

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