Thailand announces four new confirmed cases of Covid-19, one more death, no Chonburi cases


The spokesman of the Covid19 Coronavirus Situation Administration, Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin, spoke at a press conference this morning to announce the results of the ongoing situation with Covid19 in Thailand.

A total of four new confirmed cases were announced and one additional death.

The death was a 68 year old man from Bangkok. This brings the total number of deaths in Thailand since the start of the outbreak earlier this year to 56.

Of the four new cases, two were from proactive Covid-19 testing in Yala, near the border to Malaysia.

One new case was a close previous contact of a confirmed case in Bangkok and the last was a woman in Prachin Buri who had recently returned from a red zone, or active infection area, in Phuket.

A total of three people were released from hospitals overnight bringing the total number of recovered cases in the Kingdom of Thailand to 2,787 out of 3,004 cases.

Meanwhile, Chonburi, home of Pattaya and the Pattaya News, reached fifteen consecutive days without a new confirmed case of the virus. Pattaya City has had no new recorded cases in 25 days. There are currently no patients under treatment in Chonburi and the entire province is considered a white zone, or free of Covid-19 and any recorded cases.

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