Covid numbers are rising in Thailand with 985 new cases on 12 April 2021. Doctor Opat Karnkawinpong from the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) reported the latest Covid-19 situation in Thailand. There has been a total of 33,610 cases of Covid-19 in Thailand with 28,248 cases who have made a recovery. There are 5,265 still receiving medical care in hospitals. There are a total of 97 deaths from Covid-19 in the nation. In Chonburi alone there are 97 new Covid-19 cases, and almost half of the cases are tied to entertainment businesses.
The Chonburi Covid-19 Center reported the current situation in the province. 1,360 persons have received the test on the same day now waiting for results. There are 16 new Covid-19 cases and a total of 125 cases when counting from the 6th of this month connected to the Flintstone Pub. Covid-19 cases have also been connected to these locations.
- 4 cases visited Class 99 Pub.
- 1 case visited Voice Bar.
- 1 case visited Symphony.
- 2 cases visited The Box 69.
- 4 cases visited Cetus Club Pattaya.
- 3 cases visited Friend Zone in Rayong Province.
- 3 cases visited Mix Pub in Rayong Province.
- 6 cases visited night clubs in Bangkok.
- 1 case is an employee at Top One Club in Bangkok.
- 2 cases relate to cases from Bangkok.
- 3 cases have someone in their family with Covid-19.
- 4 cases are Loa citizens who came into contact with confirmed cases.
- 1 case went to the motorshow.
- 46 cases are still in investigation to find out where they were infected.
Covid-19 cases are showing up in almost many provinces including Suphan Buri Province with 11 new cases. The Suphan Buri Covid-19 Center reported new Covid-19 cases in the new wave. A total of 109 cases have been found from a total of 15,558 persons tested for the virus. There has been a case from every district in the province. There are 5 cases found in the main city of Suphan Buri. Out of the 109 cases in the new wave 70 are still receiving medical care and 39 have made a full recovery.
FB Caption: In Chonburi alone there are 97 new Covid-19 cases, and almost half of the cases are tied to entertainment businesses in the province.