Seven new COVID-19 cases in quarantine in Thailand today
Thailand recorded seven new COVID-19 cases today, four foreigners and three Thais, all in quarantine facilities, according to the CCSA.
They are a 48-year old Russian businessman in quarantine in Bangkok, a 44-year old Kuwaiti in hospital quarantine in Bangkok, a 21-year old Thai student returning from Jordan and in state quarantine in Bangkok, a 56-year old Italian businessman in quarantine in Bangkok, a 22-year old student from the Maldives in quarantine in Bangkok, a 27-year old Thai returning from France in quarantine in Chon Buri and a 30-year old Thai woman returning from Sweden.
Cumulative infections in Thailand, so far, are 3,804, including 2,451 locally transmitted cases and 856 imported cases. Seven new recoveries were recorded today, bringing the total to 3,612. 133 others are still being treated in hospitals and the national death toll remains 59.
Worldwide infections are 47,844,811, with 88,126 severe cases. A total 34,352,711 have recovered. Total fatalities are 1,220,224.
The countries with the highest infections are
- USA 9,692,528
- India 8,312,947
- Brazil 5,567,126
- Russia 1,673,686
- France 1,502,763