‘Chonburi’ still can’t take it Found 334 new cases of Covid-19, both factory clusters and ramie clusters were found. 1 death, despite having completed 2 vaccinations, advised to inject booster needles
27 Jan. 2022 – Chonburi Provincial Public Relations Office – Chonburi PR has posted a graphic with content about the situation of the Covid-19 epidemic. that there were 334 new cases of COVID-19, comprising of 1. people who live in Rayong came to receive treatment in Chon Buri, 16 cases, collecting 646 cases, and other provinces, collecting 171 cases On 14-16 Jan. 2022, the pick-up location at Thong Kung Temple, Mueang Chon Buri District, 3 cases, collecting 19 people. 4. Risky occupation, meeting a lot of people 16 people. 5. Medical personnel 6 people.
6. Provide travel history from 6 provinces as follows: 6.1 Bangkok, 2 cases, 6.2 Nakhon Sawan, 1 case, 6.3, Lampang, 1 case, 6.4, Samut Prakan, 1 case, 6.5, Sakaeo, 1 case 7. Contact with confirmed cases 7.1 in families 78 cases 7.2 Out of 50 workplaces 7.3 22 close people 7.4 1 party
8. Touch the confirmed patient (Under investigation) 10 cases and 9. Under investigation 120 cases
As of January 27, 2022, Chonburi Province There are 510,853 people who have been vaccinated with 3 injections, which this month. There are 925 people who have had 3 injections of vaccinations, 3 pneumonia, 1 intubation and no deaths. There are 1,848,044 people who have been vaccinated with 2 injections, which this month. Of those who have completed two injections, 6,496 people have been infected, 21 cases of pneumonia, 2 intubation and 8 deaths. Of the 93,966 people who received just one injection, 387,063 people were unvaccinated, a total of 481,029 people in the month. So far, there are 324 under-vaccinated and 7,872 unvaccinated cases, 24 with pneumonia, 7 intubation and 10 deaths.
As of today, 3 new pneumonia cases were found (no history of vaccination for all three) and one new death (age 59). being an elderly person and have congenital diseases, including high blood pressure (Have a history of receiving two injections on 6 Sep 2021), so the vaccination is complete according to the criteria. In other words, it must be immunized with the third injection. will help reduce the severity of COVID-19 people who live in Chonburi should be vaccinated against COVID-19, especially the elderly and those with congenital diseases pregnant woman due to COVID-19 infection who have not yet been vaccinated or incomplete vaccinations are more likely to have severe symptoms than those who have completed the vaccination criteria. which leads to death from COVID-19 and the elderly person with underlying disease pregnant woman will have more symptoms than other groups