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The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Prachuap Khiri Khan topped 500, health officials announced on Thursday.

 

The cumulative total for Prachuap Khiri Khan during the third wave of  infections now stands at 525 confirmed cases.

 

For Hua Hin, health officials reported 73 new cases, bringing the total number of cases there to 385.

 

Almost all the cases, some 90 percent, can be linked to the cluster at the Maya Pub, Hua Hin Today reported. 

 

Throughout the province, the new cases for 15 April is as follows:

 

Hua Hin: +73 (385 cases total)

Pranburi: +19 (71 total)

Sam Roi Yod: +2 (12 total)

Kui Buri: +1 (10 total)

Prachuap Khiri Khan: +1 (37 total)

Thap Sakae – 0 (2 total)

Bang Saphan – +2 (0 total)

Bang Saphan Noi – 0 (0 total)

 

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5 minutes ago, hotchilli said:

Jail the owner/s the manager/s and close down the pub for 5 years... send out the message.

THIS HAS TO STOP.

It will stop but it's going to take some time.

 

They're already planning lockdowns in various provinces including Prachuap / Hua Hin.

 

Based on what I've been reading it's a matter of waiting for Prayuth to agree which will likely come in the meeting tomorrow.

 

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3 minutes ago, ukrules said:

It will stop but it's going to take some time.

 

They're already planning lockdowns in various provinces including Prachuap / Hua Hin.

 

Based on what I've been reading it's a matter of waiting for Prayuth to agree which will likely come in the meeting tomorrow.

 

Should have been Friday last week.

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So I wonder if we still have to do this ridiculous 90 reporting at immigration. Their supposed online check in has never worked and who wants to hang around the immigration dept with this virus so easily transmitted. Not seen any notice to excuse us checking in for the time being. 

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