More traders who visited the Central Shrimp Market in Samut Sakhon Province have been found with Covid-19, the Thai-language daily Thai Rath reported today (Dec 25, 2020).
Dr. Taweesin Witsanuyotin, the spokesman of the Center for the Administration of the Spread of Covid-19, said the Center has observed and is ready to prevent a new spread of the disease.
Four areas have been set aside to control the problem. These are:
- Maximum control. This is where there are a large number of people with Covid-19 in more than one area, such as Samut Sakhon
- High control. This is the area where there are more than 10 patients, with the possibility of more spread of disease.
- Ordinary control. This is the area where there are no more than 10 patients, and the situation is under control.
- Observation. This is the area where there is no patient and the situation is normal. Provincial governors will announce what kind of situation is progressing.
As of 8.25 a.m., there was a report on the provinces where their citizens had contracted Covid-19 after visiting the Central Shrimp Market. These provinces are:
- Samut Sakhon
- Nakhon Pathom
- Samut Prakan
- Samut Songkram
- Pathum Thani
- Kampaeng Phet
- Prachin Buri
- Khon Kaen
- Nakhon Ratchasim
- Suphan Buri
- Surat Thani
- Udon Thani
- Nakhon Si Thammarat
- Prachuab Khiri Khan
- Ang Thong
- Nakhon Sawan