Four new quarantined COVID-19 cases recorded in Thailand on Sunday
Thailand today recorded four new COVID-19 cases, all in state quarantine after arriving from Britain, Russia and Afghanistan.
According to the CCSA, two are British, a 28-year old teacher arriving from the UK and a 65-year old security advisor arriving from Afghanistan. There is also a 27-year old Thai woman returning from the UK and a 41-year old Russian businessman arriving from Russia.
Cumulative infections in Thailand, to date, are 3,784, including 2,451 locally-transmitted cases and 836 imported cases. Total recoveries are 3,592, with 133 others still being treated in hospitals. The national death toll is still 59.
In terms of the global number of infections, Thailand is ranked 147th.
The countries with the most cases are:
- United States 9,402,580
- India 8,182,881
- Brazil 5,535,605
- Russia 1,618,116
- France 1,367,625
Worldwide infections, at 10am on Sunday, were 46,373,777. A total of 33,483,516 have recovered from the disease. The global death toll is now 1,200,193.