Chonburi reports 1,310 new COVID-19 cases, 2 deaths

Chonburi Provincial Public Health Office Covid-19 Situation Report as of February 26, 65, there are 1,310 new cases and 2 deaths. Details are as follows.

1. People who live in Rayong came to receive treatment in Chonburi Province, 92 cases, collecting 2,320 cases, and other provinces, collecting 557 cases.

2. CLUSTER Foamtech International Co., Ltd. Sriracha District 3 cases, collecting 3 cases

3. CLUSTER Mitsubishi Electric Consumer Products (Thailand) Co., Ltd., Mueang Chonburi District, 3 cases, collecting 11 cases

4. CLUSTER Siam Cocaine Co., Ltd. Sriracha District 3 cases, collecting 3 cases

5. CLUSTER Albatross Logistics Co., Ltd. Sriracha District 3 cases, collecting 3 cases

6. CLUSTER Usui International Corporation (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Phanthong District 3 cases, collecting 28 cases

7. CLUSTER Essilor Optical Laboratory (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Phanthong District 3 cases, collecting 59 cases

8. Risky career, meeting a lot of people 44 people

9. 18 medical personnel

10. Provide a history of traveling from other provinces as follows:
10.1 Bangkok 5 cases
10.2 Chachoengsao Province 2 cases
10.3 Phetchaburi Province 2 cases
10.4 Chainat Province, 1 case
10.5 Nakhon Ratchasima 1 case
10.6 Prachuap Khiri Khan Province 1 person
10.7 Mukdahan Province, 1 case
10.8 Samut Prakan Province, 1 case

11. Touch the confirmed patient
11.1 in 287 families
11.2 out of 152 workplaces
11.3 43 close persons
11.4 Join a party of 5 people

12. Touch the confirmed patient (Under investigation) 73 cases

13. Currently under investigation for 564 cases

As of February 26, 2022, Chonburi Province There were 784,896 vaccinated with 3 injections, which this month. People who have completed 3 vaccinations, 4,519 infected.
People (575.75 morbidity rate per 100,000 population) without lung edema, 1 intubation patient (0.13 per 100,000 population) and no deaths.

There were 1,884,855 2 injections of vaccines, which this month. There are 8,555 people who have completed 2 injections of vaccination (453.88 morbidity rate per 100,000 population), 20 pneumonia cases (1.06 per 100,000 population), 5 intubation patients (0.27 per 100,000 population). and 7 deaths (0.37 per 100,000 population)

As for those who received only 1 dose of vaccination, 95,418 and 348,880 did not vaccinate, a total of 444,298 people. In this month, 7,064 people were unvaccinated and unvaccinated (sickness rate 1,320.45 per 100,000 population). 19 cases of pneumonia (4.28 per 100,000 population), 9 intubation patients (2.03 per 100,000 population) and 17 deaths (3.83 per 100,000 population).

As of today, one new intubation patient (no vaccination history found), one new pneumonia patient (history of two injections was found on October 5, 2021), Two new deaths were found (first case was 62 years old, second case was 71 years old). are elderly and have underlying diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (The first case had a history of two doses of vaccination on October 1, 2021, the second case had no history of vaccination). 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

Now there is a widespread outbreak in Chonburi province.

restaurant selling alcohol All customers must be screened with ATK

There are now outbreaks in many establishments. Employees must be fully vaccinated in accordance with the criteria and strictly in organizational measures.
1. Quit work without socializing
2. Food must not be eaten close by.
3. Sick must stop
4. Joint touch point Must be cleaned often, such as knobs, handrails, finger scans, signatures, and you must wash your hands immediately.
5. Strict personal hygiene Wear a mask all the time, wash your hands often, stay away from each other.

For those who are in close contact with those infected with COVID-19 Strict quarantine is required. do not go out to spread the infection

Preventing the spread of COVID-19 in Chonburi Based on the balance between disease control, economic and social

Factors affecting the speed of the spread of COVID-19 depending on the movement of people outside the home intimacy including the length of time in close contact with each other In addition to not being strict in personal hygiene. If you don’t wash your hands before touching your face The virus enters the nose, mouth, and eyes, causing infection and spreading.

In the situation of COVID-19 There is a widespread outbreak until it may become a local disease The germs are not gone. make it possible to get infected but must not cause an epidemic until the secondary health system cannot and must not die Therefore, we ask for cooperation from all sectors to follow the disease control measures of Chonburi Province.

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1. Find the right target People with flu symptoms, the elderly, people with chronic diseases Those who have not received complete vaccination are more vulnerable to violence than other groups Must be screened with ATK

2. Keep an eye on the spot a place where there are some peculiarities Risk of violence or risk of being difficult to control the outbreak If an outbreak occurs Must be screened with ATK on a regular basis, such as hospitals, schools, shelters for people with disabilities. restaurant selling alcohol Elderly people who are at high risk or have a congenital disease

3. Join the vaccination Vaccines can reduce the severity of COVID-19 by 100%, but those who have been vaccinated can still be infected with covid-19 still need personal hygiene We ask for your cooperation in vaccination. to reduce the speed of the epidemic and reduce the severity of COVID-19 especially the elderly and those with congenital disease There are still deaths from COVID-19. Most of them are elderly and have congenital disease. and is not vaccinated

4. To endemic diseases COVID-19 has reduced the severity And eventually becoming endemic. Everyone protects themselves according to universal protection measures. Maintain strict personal hygiene. especially during the widespread outbreak in order to slow down the outbreak not to be too fast ATK screening measures should be implemented first and can be isolated at home if there are no symptoms and are not an elderly group or have underlying disease that is more at risk of violence than other groups.

Preventing the spread of COVID-19 It’s everyone’s duty

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