Coronavirus

Daily Covid count soars to 967, 141 cases linked to Hua Hin pub

THE Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) said via its Facebook page at 11 a.m. today (April 11) that there were 967 cases over the past 24 hours while a Hua Hin doctor revealed that the number of cases linked to Maya exclusive pub has risen to 141, Sanook.com said.

The new batch of cases takes the cumulative confirmed total to 32,625 with 28,214 patients having been cured while 4,314 are still undergoing treatment. There was no additional fatality with the toll remaining at 97.

Of this total three were foreign arrivals who have either been hospitalized or quarantined. Domestic cases were divided into two groups with 530 voluntarily going to hospital to get tested while 434 were found through proactive testing in communities.

Meanwhile  Dr. Suriya Kuharat, Prachuap Khiri Khan province’s public health doctor, said the number of cases in Maya pub cluster where the infection first appeared on April 1 continues to rise and has reached 141 so far.

The infection from this pub has not just spread to many areas of Hua Hin district but also other districts in neighbouring provinces.

Of the 141 cases, the oldest is 82 and the youngest just two with the average age being 30.3 years. There are 90 females and 51 males in the group.

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