Provincial governor confirms 2 cases of Omicron variant in Khon Kaen

The north-eastern province of Khon Kaen has reported its first 2 cases of the Omicron Covid-19 variant. According to a Thai PBS World report, governor Somsak Jungtrakul confirmed the infections in a press assertion yesterday. The governor has urged residents not to panic over the event, assuring them that strict illness management measures were in place.
Addressing a media conference, Somsak stated the two infections were in a married couple from the neighbouring province of Kalasin. The couple had returned from a visit to Belgium on December 10. Following Expires of their minimal quarantine period and a unfavorable take a look at result, the couple flew to Kalasin on a Thai Smile flight and travelled house from the airport in a relative’s automobile.
According to the Thai PBS World report, the couple travelled to Khon Kaen to renew their passports at the provincial corridor on December 13. To return to Kalasin, they used the Khon Kaen – Mukdahan bus service some time between four.30pm and 6.30pm.
The couple developed a fever and muscle pains three days later and had been admitted to Kalasin hospital. They examined optimistic for the Omicron Covid-19 variant and were subsequently moved to a personal hospital in Khon Kaen, where they are receiving remedy.
The Khon Kaen provincial health workplace has issued an announcement, urging individuals who visited the same areas as the couple to monitor their condition and are available forward for testing in the occasion that they develop any symptoms..

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