Thailand announces four new imported cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus


The assistant spokesperson for the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration, Panprapa Yongtrakul, announced four new imported cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus this morning at a daily press conference in Thailand.

All four cases are imported from Thai Nationals recently repatriated from overseas who went immediately into state quarantine and had no exposure to the general public. Today marks the sixth day in a row with zero locally spread cases confirmed nationwide in Thailand.

Thailand now has a total of 3,081 cases in total since the start of the outbreak earlier this year.

A total of 2,963 people have totally recovered and been released from hospitals. Only 61 people remain in treatment for Covid19 nationwide, the majority being from State Quarantine.

Thailand has had 57 deaths from the virus since the start of the outbreak.

Tomorrow marks the start of Phase Three of four scheduled phases of easing restrictions with cinemas, massage shops, zoos and in Pattaya, beaches and Koh Larn reopening.

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