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Chachoengsao PAO officers made to work online for 5 days

By The Nation

 

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Chachoengsao Governor Raphee Pongbuppakit today (March 16) ordered Provincial Administration Organisation (PAO) officers to work online for five days while their office is cleaned after Chachoengsao PAO chairman Kitti Paopiamsap contracted Covid-19.

 

Kitti revealed on his Facebook page that his Covid-19 test result on March 15 was positive after he attended a boxing match at Lumpini Boxing Stadium in Bangkok on March 6 with actor Matthew “Deane” Chanthavanij, who had contracted the disease along with another boxing fan.

 

“We have ordered more than 300 Chachoengsao PAO officers to work online for five days,” Raphee said. “Also, we appointed the Provincial Public Health Office to provide advice for officers and for the building to undergo a cleaning operation to control the disease.”

 

Raphee said he warned people who were in contact with Kitti to carefully observe their symptoms and strictly abide by Public Health Ministry recommendations.

 

“If you have a fever, sore throat, dry cough, runny nose and keep panting, you should see a doctor immediately to take a Covid-19 examination,” he added.

 

“If you have any questions, you can contact the Chachoengsao Emergency Operations Centre via Covid-19 hotline 094-7922525 anytime.”

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30384182

 

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Infected PAO chief warns people who have interacted with him 

By The Nation

 

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Kitti Paopiamsap, chairman of the Chachoengsao PAO

 

Kitti Paopiamsap, chairman of the Chachoengsao Provincial Administration Organisation (PAO) warned people who had been in contact with him during March 6-15 to be on guard of any symptom of being infected with Covid-19 and follow the Ministry of Public Health's recommendations.

 

He said that during March 6-15, he attended numerous events, such as weddings, ordinations, fairs, funerals and meetings.

 

Recently, actor Matthew “Deane” Chanthavanij and famous boxing fan Sakol Laksim revealed through their social media that they had contracted the virus on March 13.

 

On hearing the news, Kitti who at Lumpini Boxing Stadium on Ramintra road in Bangkok on the same date (March 6) as Matthew Deane, went for a test at Paolo Hospital.

 

The lab test on March 15 turned out to be positive, and he is currently under treatment at at a hospital under the Ministry of Public Health.

 

“If you have a fever, sore throat, dry cough, runny nose, and panting, you should see a doctor immediately to find out if you are infected ,” he said.

 

He also advised people who had been in contact with him to undergo self-quarantine, wear a surgical mask, wash their hands frequently, avoid contact with others, and contact Chachoengsao Covid-19 hotline: 0947922525 for further information and assistance if necessary.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30384185

 

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

Lumpini Boxing Stadium in Bangkok

Seems that was a hotbed for contracting the Corvid 19 virus.... now just watch for the exponential explosion when family, friends etc etc who are attached to those that were there then carried on with life as normal "as carriers themselves". 

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You won't hear anything thing about increasing of infection rate just from that guy after attending soooo many events!!

Thais mostly not get infected: it's a foreigners problem and disease!

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