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Three Chanthaburi locals who visited Rayong test positive, as province on Covid-19 alert

The Chanthaburi Provincial Public Health Office launched urgent measures on Monday to contain the Covid-19 outbreak, asking people who had visited risky areas to monitor their symptoms.



The office added that people who have respiratory symptoms, such as fever, cough or runny nose should undergo self-quarantine, wear face mask and see the doctor.

Areas that posed a risk for infection and the dates when people carrying the virus had visited those places are as follows:

1. All gambling areas nationwide from December 14-26.

2. Chanthaburi Bus Terminal on December 20 from 4pm to 5pm.

3. Suea Hoi restaurant in Rayong's Muang district on December 22 from 9pm to 10pm.

4. A restaurant inside Thet Banthoeng theatre in Rayong's Muang district on December 23 from 6pm to 7pm.

5. Wat Pa Khlong Kung on December 20 and 26 from 1pm to 3pm.

Chanthaburi on Tuesday reported three new Covid-19 cases of persons who had visited gambling den in Rayong.

They were two males aged 34 and 54, and a 53-year-old woman. Two patients lived in Muang Chanthaburi district, while another one lived in Makham and Muang Chanthaburi district.

"We would like to ask people who visited risky areas in Rayong on December 14-15 to show themselves to health workers or the village headman, so that we can contain the spread of Covid-19 as soon as possible," an official in the province said.

Published : December 29, 2020

By : The Nation