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COVID-19 in Hua Hin: Patient visited Market Village after undergoing test

 

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Details have been released regarding the one confirmed COVID-19 infection in Prachuap Khiri Khan.

 

It is this case that prompted health officials to ramp up restrictions and categorise the province as a ‘highly controlled (red) zone’.

 

The infected person has been confirmed as a border official who just prior to testing positive visited a number of busy locations in Hua Hin, including Market Village.

 

The infected person is currently receiving treatment in Hua Hin hospital. 

 

Below is a timeline of the infected person’s movements.

 

Anyone who visited the same locations and who has since developed flu-like symptoms, a fever or generally feels unwell is urged to contact a health professional immediately.

 

Meanwhile, Market Village on Monday confirmed the patient had visited the mall and informed customers that all locations visited by the patient have undergone intensive cleaning. 


 

20-21 Dec 2020: 

Visited Bangyai market and nearby 7-Eleven

 

22 Dec 2020: 

Stayed in Bangyai district, 15:00 - 16:00 spoke to local street vendor without mask and went to nearby 7-Eleven and Lotus 

 

25 Dec 2020: 

Visited Wat Mahathat in Petchaburi with son, travelled by car. 15.00 Travelled to a farm in Cha-am with husband, talked with family without mask. Went to Dinosaur Market and went to market behind 7-Eleven Samorphong, wore a mask at both locations.

 

26 Dec 2020: 

9.00 Went to Chatchai Market wearing a mask. 18.00: Visited a friend's house at Khao Noi.

 

27 Dec - 30 Dec 2020: 

Went to Chatchai Market wearing a mask.  (28 Dec 2020 began to have a runny nose, cold, snot).

 

31 Dec 2020: 

9.00 Went to Chatchai Market, 18.00: went to friend's house in Khao Noi area. 

 

1 Jan 2021

24.00-02.00 Ate at  at Cherd Uncle restaurant at Soi Hua Hin 68

 

1 Jan 2021: 

9.00 Went to Chatchai Market wearing a mask. 18.00: Visited a friend at their home in Khao Noi.

 

2 Jan 2021: 

9.00 Went to Hua Hin Hospital for Covid-19 screening, 10:00-19:00 went to friend's house at Khao Noi. 19.00 - 20.00 went to HomePro and Tesco Lotus at Market Village. Also visited  Big C at Tarn Diew.

 

Timeline via: Kulsawek Sawekwannakorn

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

The infected person has been confirmed as a border official

What is a 'border official'? I've never heard of this job before.

 

Are we talking about someone who works at immigration here?

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6 minutes ago, ukrules said:

What is a 'border official'? I've never heard of this job before.

 

Are we talking about someone who works at immigration here?

Looks like she’s an immigration officer (border official) from what I understand 

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For heaven's sake, all this slagging off!

 

He may well have been completely asymptomatic and unaware that he had been in contact with the infection. It does happen!

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16 hours ago, ukrules said:

What is a 'border official'? I've never heard of this job before.

 

Are we talking about someone who works at immigration here?

I've always understood that a 'border official' is an immigration officer that works at a border control post.

 

In the UK for instance, such officials actually work for an organisation called the Border Force. (There's even an eponymous TV series about them).

 

It seems a fairly self-explanatory term, actually.

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I just received a dozen pages from my juristic manager with references to where possible Covid exposure places had been identified. Just two were Chester's and Fuji restaurants in Big C complex on Central Pattaya Road. On the other hand, I just drove from Na Jomtien to Tesco's along Sukhumvit Road, no sign of any check points. Not the lockdown we had before. Not yet, anyway.

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On 1/4/2021 at 10:01 AM, TSF said:

Home Pro, Tesco, Big C, Market Village....jeez that's lots of close contacts. 

Will all of these establishments have to  close for deep cleaning?

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