Thailand announces 15 new confirmed cases of Covid-19, five are imported returnees


Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin, a spokesman with the Covid19 Coronavirus Situation Administration, or CCSA, announced to the Thai press this morning that Thailand had a total of fifteen new cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus.

Of these, five were imported cases in state quarantine from Thai Nationals recently repatriated to the country and sent directly to mandated state quarantine.

A total of 2,922 people have been infected in Thailand since the start of the Covid-19 Coronavirus crisis, however, 2,594 have fully recovered and been released from Thai hospitals.

Only 277 people remain under treatment for the Covid19 Coronavirus disease in Thailand. There have been 51 deaths since the start of the outbreak but none in the past 24 hours.

Phuket and Bangkok had the most cases today, with 4 and 3 recorded. Chonburi, where Pattaya is located, had no new local cases, however, one of the state quarantine centers is located in the province with a positive returnee from overseas. This person was sent directly to quarantine after returning to Thailand and was never in the general public.

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