Eight new COVID-19 cases in quarantine are recorded today in Thailand
Thailand today has recorded eight new COVID-19 cases, all arrivals from abroad and currently in state quarantine, according to the CCSA.
Two new infections are Indian males, aged 35 and 43. One arrived from India on September 23rd on the same flight as eight other passengers who tested positive for the virus and entered hotel based state quarantine in Bangkok. An asymptomatic case, he was found to be infected three days after arrival and was admitted to a private hospital in Bangkok.
The second Indian arrived from India on September 25th, on the same flight as five other passengers who had earlier tested positive. He tested positive three days later and was alsoadmitted to a private hospital in Bangkok.
Another case is a 27-year old Thai woman, arriving from United Arab Emirates on September 25th on the same flight as two other passengers already found to be infected. She entered State Quarantine in Chon Buri and tested positive for the virus on the fifth day of her stay. She was then admitted to Banglamung District Hospital.
A 23-year old Lao student arrived from Russia on September 28th and entered quarantine. She was subjected to an initial test,which produced a positive result on September 30th. She was admitted to a private hospital in Bangkok.
A 23-year old American male, arriving in Thailand from the US on September 17th and entering quarantine in Bangkok, was found to be infected in a second test on September 30th. He was admitted to a hospital in Bangkok.
An American female, and her five-year old daughter, arrived in Thailand from the US on September 30th and entered quarantinein Bangkok. Both tested positive on the same day and were also admitted to a hospital in Bangkok.
Finally, a 40-year old Macedonian, arriving from Pakistan on September 30th and entering quarantine on the same day, tested positive on the same day and was admitted to a private hospital in Bangkok.
Cumulative infections in Thailand, to date, are 3,583. 3,386 patients have recovered and 138 are still being treated in hospital. The death toll remains 59.