Two new confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Thailand, both imported from overseas


The Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration stated to the press this morning that two new cases of the Covid-19 Coronavirus were confirmed country wide this morning.

Both cases are imported from Thai Nationals returning from overseas who went directly into a state quarantine process.

One returned from Kuwait and one from Russia. A significant number of the recent repatriated nationals from Kuwait have tested positive in the past week, according to the CCSA. He majority are migrant workers who live in tightly packed conditions and have close contact with each other.

Today marks day number twelve of zero new confirmed and recorded locally spread cases nationwide in Thailand.

With a total of 3,104 cases since the start of the outbreak of the virus 2,971 of those have now recovered. There have been 58 deaths in Thailand from the disease.

Thai officials said yesterday due to the low number of cases they have begun discussions around further loosening of restrictions and allowing more businesses to reopen in the country, including bars and amusement parks. No exact date for the reopening, called Phase Four, has been announced at this time.

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