Thailand announces 7 new confirmed cases of Covid-19, all imported cases from overseas


Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin, the spokesman for the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration, or CCSA, announced this morning that Thailand has confirmed seven new cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus.

All seven cases however are imported cases from Thai Nationals recently being repatriated from Pakistan. They went immediately into state quarantine and had zero exposure to the general public, as with all current repatriated nationals from overseas.

This means that in terms of locally spread cases Thailand has a total of zero new cases in the last twenty four hours for the second time this week.

Thailand now has a total of 3,025 confirmed cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus since the start of the infection earlier this year.

2,854 cases have been fully recovered and released from hospitals, leaving only 115 patients under care for the disease nationwide currently.

There have been a total of 56 deaths since the start of the outbreak in Thailand.

Chonburi, the province where Pattaya is located, announced this morning that they have had zero new cases for three weeks, or twenty one days in a row. Pattaya City has had no new confirmed cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus for thirty one days as of today. Additionally, no patients remain under care for the disease in the entire province.

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