Thailand recorded two new COVID-19 case today, both among returnees in state quarantine, but no new fatalities.
According to the CCSA, the new patients are Thai men, aged 27 and 28, who arrived from Qatar and entered state quarantine in Chon Buri province on the same day. Both asymptomatic, they were found to be infected in a second test on June 27th.
Cumulative infections in Thailand to date are 3,171, with 3,056 recoveries and 58 deaths. 57 others are still being treated in hospital.
CCSA assistant spokesperson Dr. Panprapa Yongtrakul said on Tuesday that, since Thailand is entering the 5th phase of the easing of lockdown restrictions, with high-risk business and leisure activities to resume on Wednesday, everyone’s focus must be
Thailand recorded one new COVID-19 case today, among quarantined returnees from abroad, and no new fatalities.
CCSA spokesman Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin said that the new patient is a 31-year old Thai man, who had been working at a restaurant in the Philippines. He arrived in Thailand on June 17th and entered state run quarantine in Bangkok.
An asymptomatic case, the man tested positive for COVID-19 five days after arrival and became the second infection among 961 Thais returning from the Philippines.
Cumulative infections in the country to date are 3,157, with 3,026 recoveries and 73 still in hospital. The death toll remains 58.
Worldwide, Dr. Taweesin said that total infections have increased to 9.35 million, with 165,0
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