Hotel employees in shut contact with Omicron confirmed to be adverse in second test

The 44-year-old lodge employees member who was in close contact with the first Omicron case in Thailand and tested optimistic for Covid-19 has now been confirmed negative for the virus, health officials say. The lodge staff member was one of 17 people who came in shut contact with the American who travelled from Spain to Thailand through the Test & Go quarantine exemption scheme and later tested optimistic for the Omicron variant of the virus.
On December 1, the staff member served food and offered a document for the first confirmed Omicron patient to sign. Off-limits wore a face mask always. He went again to his hometown with 5 family members. The workers examined optimistic for the Covid-19 right now, but latest reports say the employees member tested unfavorable for the virus in a second test..

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