Seven new COVID-19 cases in quarantine recorded in Thailand today
Thailand today recorded seven new COVID-19 cases, all in alternative state quarantine (ASQ), and two new recoveries.
According to the CCSA, one new infection is a 40-year old Brazilian, who arrived in Thailand on August 20th from Indonesia on the same flight as one other infected passenger. He tested positive in a second test on September 2nd.
A 16-year old American student, who arrived from the US, was cleared in the first test on her arrival in Thailand on August 27th, but was found to be infected in a second test on September 3rd. She had no symptoms.
Two Russians, an 18-year old male student and a 45-year old woman, arrived in Thailand from Russia August 31st and entered ASQ in Bangkok. Both were found to be infected in the initial tests, conducted on September 1st.
Two Indians, a 43-year old man and a 14-year old female student, arrived in Thailand on August 31st and September 1st respectively. Both entered ASQ in Bangkok and tested positive for COVID-19 on September 1st. Both are asymptomatic cases.
One 24-year old male Bangladeshi office worker arrived in Thailand from Bangladesh on September 2nd and entered ASQ in Bangkok on the same day. A test conducted the following day showed a positive result, although no symptoms were exhibited.
Cumulative infections in Thailand, to date, are 3,438, with 3,279 recoveries and 101 others are still being treated in hospital.