Access restrictions to Phi Phi Island, Krabi prolonged – Pattaya Mail

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The communicable illness committee of Krabi prolonged limited get right of entry to to Moo 7 and Moo 8 villages on Phi Phi Island for 7 extra days from Sept 18 to 24 and offers get right of entry to to simply vacationers below the Phuket Sandbox reopening challenge.

The communicable illness committee of the southern province prolonged get right of entry to restriction to Phi Phi Island for 7 days as there have been extra COVID-19 instances related to infections at a neighborhood wastewater remedy plant below development.

Rescue staff introduced 15 new COVID-19 sufferers from Phi Phi Island to the 3rd box medical institution of Krabi on the Krabi Campus of Thailand National Sports University in Muang Krabi district. The new instances got here from a cluster related to the wastewater remedy plant development website. The cluster expanded to distributors and police at the island. The general case of the cluster rose to 79 who gained remedy at hospitals. Meanwhile, 321 other folks have been looking forward to the results of their COVID-19 assessments.


The communicable illness committee of Krabi prolonged limited get right of entry to to Moo 7 and Moo 8 villages on Phi Phi Island for 7 extra days from Sept 18 to 24. It gave get right of entry to to simply vacationers below the Phuket Sandbox reopening challenge.

Over the previous 24 hours, the rustic logged 144 extra COVID-19 fatalities and 13,798 new instances together with 451 inflamed inmates and 22 arrivals. Meanwhile, 14,133 COVID-19 sufferers absolutely recovered and have been discharged from hospitals. (TNA)


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