Nightclubs in Chiang Mai advise customers to get Covid-19 tested.
Famous nightclubs in Chiang Mai have posted online advising customers who joined their New Year’s party to get tested for Covid-19. Warmup Cafe, a famous nightclub in Chiang Mai warned customers that went to their club on 31 December 2020 and 1 January 2021 to get tested for Covid-19. Chiang Mai’s Covid case no.50 went to the club on both nights, the business realizes that anyone could’ve come into contact with the patient. The 25-year-old woman lives in Chiang Mai and works as a food vendor at markets in the province. Her timeline revealed that she went to celebrate at the club 2 nights in a row.
The Facebook page “Warnupcafe Chiangmai” made a post stating “From the patient’s timeline she visited the club for New Year’s Eve and New Year’s. She has been confirmed positive for the virus. Administrative officials and the Provincial Public Health Office has given all employees Covid-19 tests. The club is checking all CCTV footage to narrow down high-risk individuals. We would like to notify customers who were in Zone A on the 31st (glass room), and those who were in Zone N on the 1st (Front area) to contact the health office or to visit the Lanna Hospital and get tested free of cost”. The club revealed the woman arrived at the club at 20.43 and entered inside at 20.52 before leaving at 00.19 on the 31st. Then on the 1st, she arrived at 21.51 sitting at table N5.
The woman also visited Infinity Club Chiangmai before New Year’s. The club also posted on their page stating “The club asks everyone who visited on 28 December 2020 according to the patient’s timeline to beware of any symptoms or to get tested for Covid-19. We are sorry for what has happened but we are doing everything we can. Health office officials are giving all employees and others connected to our club Covid-19 tests. We will be in quarantine for 14 days no matter if the test is positive or not. Until the situation is safe again, we will return”.
FB Caption: Warmup Cafe and Infinity Club have warned customers after a Covid-19 case visited their clubs.