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COVID-19 resurgence in Hua Hin and Chaiyaphum closes market and TAO office


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The Chatchai market, in Thailand’s resort town of Hua Hin, has been ordered to close for three days from Monday, after 30 people connected to the market were found to be infected with COVID-19.

 

The mayor of Hua Hin, Nopporn Wutthikul, and his team visited the Chatchai market today (Sunday) to inform traders there about the need to close the market.

 

The traders, numbering about 300, did not oppose the decision as several residents have expressed concern about the plan to reopen the resort town to all tourists from November 1st, noting that tourists may be discouraged from visiting if new infections are not curbed.

 

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Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/covid-19-resurgence-in-hua-hin-and-chaiyaphum-closes-market-and-tao-office/

 

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

The Chatchai market, in Thailand’s resort town of Hua Hin, has been ordered to close for three days from Monday, after 30 people connected to the market were found to be infected with COVID-19

Under control my ar%e, but hey lets open up to the world in 2 weeks.

Anutin convinced the UK that infections are dropping drastically, managed by only citing one testing method.

Amazing Thailand.

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1 hour ago, smedly said:

The only thing attracking interest in Thailand right now is the never ending covid comedy show, throw in the TAT and it is hilarious

 

Certainly Hua Hin has been busier of late, especially at weekends, there often seems to be an increase in Covid infections shortly afterwards, I'm sure it's coincidental.

 

I suspect this pattern is something we're going to have to live with.

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10 hours ago, gk10012001 said:

How many of the 30 connected people had been vaccinated?  I have no doubts that the more people you test, the more positives you will find, and many if not most of them had or have little or no symptoms. 

There were 3,000 severe cases reported today in Thailand.

 

Those mild cases can infect the next person who may need to be hospitalized.

 

https://www.thaipbsworld.com/thai-rural-doctors-society-claims-covid-19-infections-are-rising-not-falling/

 

 

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No, 

53 minutes ago, UKJASE said:

i read yesterday that over 90% of people had been vaxxed in hua hin (first dose)

 

is that correct?!

no, definitely not correct. I would say less than half of people have had any type of vaccine as yet in Hua hin. Whether that be because people don’t want it or because people can’t get it here yet I can’t really comment on but for sure, the number will not be 90+ of people vaccinated here.

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