Proactive measures to test members of the community at the Cha-Am fishing village has resulted in positive test results for 30 individuals, 29 were citizens from Myanmar and one a Thai person.
These 30 detected individuals yesterday (Thursday 15th July) are now isolated with testing continuing in the area. Under a ‘bubble and sea’ strategy, movement of community members will now controlled with individual isolations required for those tested positive or considered to be at high risk.
Public health officials have also been active to reinforce the need to follow protective measures requiring high levels of hygiene and observance of distancing measures.
Yesterday Phetchaburi Province reported a total of 98 new infected people, total of 9,904 infected since 1st April.