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Phetchaburi factory sees more than 2,000 infections, field hospital on the way


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After a Phetchaburi province factory has seen Covid-19 infections go from 682 to more than 2,000, a field hospital is on the way to help treat infected workers. The Cal-Comp Electronics factory in the southern province’s Khao Yai district features 781 Thai workers, while the rest are from Myanmar and other countries. Authorities say the 2,111 infections are expected to increase, by as much as 1,000, after over 5,000 factory workers are awaiting for Covid-19 rapid test results. Now, authorities and executives of the provincial labour department are visiting the factory to help create a Covid containment plan. Part of […]

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