Thailand announces zero new confirmed cases of Covid-19 for second time this week


Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin, the spokesman for the Center for Covid19 Situation Administration, or CCSA, in Bangkok, announced zero new confirmed cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus this morning at a daily press conference in Bangkok.

This is the second day this week with zero new imported or locally spread cases. Yesterday the country had zero locally spread cases, although several imported ones from recently repatriated Thai citizens who went straight to quarantine.

Thailand has had a total of 3025 cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus, with 2,855 people released and fully recovered from the virus. One additional person recovered in the past twenty four hours. Only 114 people remain in hospitals nationwide in Thailand currently for the treatment of the disease.

There have been a total of 56 deaths, with none being reported in several days.

As for Chonburi, where Pattaya City is located, zero cases were reported for the 22 day in a row. Pattaya has gone 32 days without a recorded confirmed case.

Dr. Taweesin told the Associated Press at the conference that the numbers were encouraging but that it was far too early to let down our guard as a nation, especially as Phase Two of re-opening businesses is set to begin tomorrow nationwide.

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