NAKHON RATCHASIMA — Thirteen staff (13) at a BBQ restaurant in the province’s Muang district have tested positive for Covid-19, health officials said.
After an investigation of a Covid-19 patient’s timeline revealed that she dined at the BBQ restaurant on April 5, it closed on April 10 and all the staff were ordered to get tested.
According to The Nation, health officials in the Northeast province announced on Monday that anyone who visited the restaurant between April 5 and 9 should get a test immediately.
Nakhon Ratchasima as of Monday, reported 114 new Covid-19 cases since the new outbreak emerged in late March.
As of Monday, Nakhon Ratchasima had reported 114 new cases of Covid-19 since the new outbreak emerged in late March.
Governor Wichian Chantharothai has responded by ordering that the Chartchai Building at King Rama IX’s 80th Birthday Anniversary Stadium be converted into a 120-bed field hospital, which is set to open on Wednesday (April 14).
Source: The Nation
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