Six new COVID-19 cases are recorded quarantine in Thailand today
Thailand has recorded six new COVID-19 infections today, all arrivals from abroad and in state quarantine.
According to the CCSA, four new cases are Thais. They include a 21-year old female student and a 23-year old man returning from the United States, one is a 43-year old male office worker and a 47-year old female office worker arriving from Myanmar.
The others are a 23-year female Nepalese student and a 29-year old Lithuanian man, arriving from Nepal and Norway respectively.
Cumulative infections in Thailand, to date, are 3,628, with 3,441 recoveries. 128 others are still being treated in hospitals. The country’s death toll remains 59.
Worldwide, total infections at 10am today were 36,745,774, including 67,946 serious cases. 27,664,569 have recovered and the global death toll was 1,066,838.
The US has the highest number of confirmed infections at 7,833,763, followed by India’s 6,903,812 and Brazil’s 5,029,539. Thailand is ranked 139th.