Somnuek Thapnoi, former area chief, said since April, 41 members of the community had tested positive for Covid-19, while 80 people were under self-isolation.
He said the community committee has been cooking meals for those who have been isolated, adding that 328 households had donated 20 baht each to fund the meals.
“We ask BMA to conduct proactive tests in the community as soon as possible because there is a risk of the area becoming a new Covid cluster in Bangkok,” he said.
Meanwhile, officials from the Ratchathewi District Office have taken 50 people facing the risk of infection in the community to take swab tests at the Kingpetch School.
The officials said community members will have to wait for their turn as many people are waiting to take Covid-19 tests.
Published : May 13, 2021
By : The Nation