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Chonburi chasing two infected Indian tourists

 

THE Chonburi Provincial Public Health Office posted an announcement on its Facebook page this afternoon (Jan. 4) that they searching for two Covid infected Indian tourists with those who know of their whereabouts urged to immediately contact Vibharam Laem Chabang Hospital, TV Channel 7 said 

The announcement identified the two tourists as Mr. Ankit Sejwal, 30, and Miss Preeti Panwar, 32. Those who know where they are were told to call Vibharam Laem Chabang Hospital, telephone number 0 3300 9800.

Both tourists had entered Thailand via the Test & Go procedure and got a negative result at their first test. However the second test by RT-PCR showed that they were infected.

Chonburi authorities had coordinated with the Indian Embassy in trying to trace these two tourists.

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Images of the two infected Indian tourists. The Thai headline says, “Searching for two Indians, infected with Covid, don’t know where they are.” Photo: TV Channel 7


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