No new COVID-19 infections in Thailand for the second consecutive day

People wait at a bus stop in Bangkok on June 18, 2020, as sectors of the Thai economy are being reopened following restrictions to halt the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. (Photo by Romeo GACAD / AFP)

There were no new COVID-19 infections reported in Thailand for the second day today, as three new recoveries were recorded.

The CCSA also reported that there has now not been a single case of locally acquired infection in Thailand for 78 consecutive days.

Cumulative infections in the country remain at 3,351, with 3,163 recoveries. Total fatalities are still 58 and 130 others are still in hospital.

Globally, cumulative infections increased to 20,249,135 today, with 13,113,179 recoveries. The global COVID-19 death toll is now 738,715.

The United States still has the highest number of infections, at 5,251,446, followed by Brazil’s 3,057,470 cases, India’s 2,267,153 and Russia’s 892,654.

Thailand now ranks 112th in the world for infections.



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