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Seven more COVID-19 cases in Phuket, including police officer: official total hits 41

Seven more COVID-19 cases in Phuket, including police officer: official total hits 41

PHUKET: Phuket Governor Phakaphong Tavipatana announced today (Mar 27) that seven new COVID-19 cases in Phuket have been confirmed, bringing the total number of officially recognised cases of people infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus in Phuket to 41.


By The Phuket News

Friday 27 March 2020, 04:45PM


Table showing the breakdown of coronavirus patients, tested, diagnosed and registered dead. Photo: PR Phuket

Table showing the breakdown of coronavirus patients, tested, diagnosed and registered dead. Photo: PR Phuket

So far 835 people have been put under observation for possible infection of the virus. Of these were seven “new cases”.

Of the 835, 716 “Persons Under Investigation” (PUI) had been checked and gone home. The remaining 119 remain in hospital under observation.

Of those 119 still in hospital, 80 are waiting for test results to confirm whether they have COVID-19.

39 are currently undergoing medical treatment, but classed as in good condition with no severe symptoms. All 39 patients are included in the confirmed cases report confirmed by the Ministry of Public Health.

Governor Phakaphong gave limited details of the new cases announced today as follows:

Case 35. Thai woman, 22, works in the entertainment industry in Soi Bangla, Patong. Has had close history with patients confirmed in entertainment venues and tourists of many nationalities. She became ill on Mar 14.

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Case 36. Thai woman, 38, works in the entertainment industry in Soi Bangla, Patong. Has had close history with patients confirmed in entertainment venues and tourists of many nationalities. She became ill on Mar 23.

 Case 37. Thai woman, 45, runs her own business and has had close contact with her sister who is an employee at an entertainment area in Soi Bangla, Patong; the sister was confirmed a patient 4 days ago. She became ill on Mar 24

 Case 38. Thai man, 31, works at an entertainment venue in Patong with a history of contacting tourists in many countries. He became ill on Mar 16.

 Case 39. Italian man, 32, works in the entertainment sector in Soi Bangla, Patong, and has history of close contact with French patients and tourists of many nationalities. He became ill on Mar 22.

Case 40. Italian man, 35, works in the entertainment sector in Soi Bangla, Patong and has history of close with French patients and tourists of many nationalities. He became ill on Mar 23.

Case 41. Italian man, 31 works in the entertainment sector in Soi Bangla, Patong and has history of close with French patients and tourists of many nationalities. He became ill on Mar 20.

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Kurt | 29 March 2020 - 09:46:39

F, all just info! The virus can remain many hours/days on smooth surfaces, stainless steel, guns, tables, etc. On carton, paper, many hours. A infected police man infected colleagues during his incubation time without knowing it, and so are the paper fine ticket booklets. Are the police colleagues now in self isolation?

Fascinated | 28 March 2020 - 13:57:36

Good to see Insp K has added another string to his bow- now he's a virologist!!

Kurt | 28 March 2020 - 10:45:37

One police officer infected. At which police station was he working? Are all his colleagues at that station already given a check up and /or told to go in self containment for 2 weeks? Don't tell me his colleagues are still out to do helmet checks/write tickets along the roads. Fine way to spread the virus.

DeKaaskopp | 28 March 2020 - 10:18:55

@Christy.  Still worried about having contracted the virus.Still not went for a test ? What are you gonna do with the information if someone was tested positive in Layan  ?

Kurt | 28 March 2020 - 10:11:39

Without doubt, Bangla Area in Patong is a virus breading area. Needs to be closed off/avoided to visit. ( 24 hrs/day curfew).  Not Naiharn Beach, hehehe.

Christy Sweet | 27 March 2020 - 21:31:46

Please tell us  about the first 13, any in Layan area? 

robknight | 27 March 2020 - 17:42:15

very useful information to know what areas they have been frequenting thank you

 

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