Phuket Has A Day Without Any New COVID-19 Infections

Recently, Phuket had a day without any new COVID-19 infections. This is the first during the latest pandemic wave.
Phuket’s provincial public health office celebrated the decline in daily cases on Facebook. Phuket is enforcing tight restrictions and accelerating vaccinations ahead of the reopening to foreign tourists in July.
The Phuket Health Office’s Facebook post read:
Today’s total of new infections is “0”
It’s “0” because today we work together.
It’s “0” because everyone sacrifice.
It’s “0” because everyone loves Phuket too.
Be “ 0” because of all of us.
Thank you from the heart.
As of this morning, 124 Covid-19 patients were either receiving medical treatment or were under supervision in Phuket. Phuket has only reported one death resulting from Coronavirus, a 71-year-old man with emphysema.
The number of Infections in Phuket are 76 cases in Wichit, 59 cases in Patong, 59 cases in Phuket Town, 55 cases in Rassada, 45 cases in Cherng Talay, 44 cases in Kathu, 42 cases in Chalong, 34 cases in Kamala, 31 cases in Rawai, 31 cases in Srisoonthorn, 28 cases in Thepkrasattri, 28 cases in Karon, 22 cases in Koh Kaew, 10 cases in Pa Khlok, 9 cases in Mai Khao, and 8 cases in Sakhu.
In Phuket, disease control measures are strict. Any type of “parties,” even small, private gatherings with friends, is forbidden at least until the end of the month. Those entering the province must spend 14 days in quarantine unless they have been vaccinated or demonstrate that their Covid-19 test results were negative 72 hours before arrival. Non-compliant foreigners may be deported.
The island of Phuket is vaccinating residents in an effort to reach herd immunity and reopen the island to vaccinated foreign tourists by July 1, 2021. So far, 22% of the population has been vaccinated.

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