Man in state quarantine dies of heart attack

A 56-year old Thai man, who passed away after he was taken to a state quarantine facility in the eastern province of Chon Buri on Friday, was diagnosed to have…

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Students have their temperatures checked and receive hand sanitiser to disinfect their hands as they arrive at the Makkasan Phitthaya government secondary school in Bangkok on July 1, 2020, as schools reopened after being temporarily closed due to the threat of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. – Children across Thailand, some of whom have been kept at home under self-quarantine by their parents due to coronavirus fears, have now returned to their classrooms as all schools reopen in the country, though authorities recommended that class sizes be restricted to 20-25 students while doorknobs, desks and other areas at risk of spreading infection be sanitised frequently throughout the day. (Photo by Romeo GACAD / AFP)

Thailand records five new COVID-19 cases in state quarantine

Thailand recorded five new COVID-19 cases today (Thursday), all returnees from abroad and in state quarantine. There were no new fatalities.   CCSA spokesman Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin said that four…

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Thailand records five new COVID-19 cases in state quarantine

Thailand recorded five new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, all asymptomatic returnees from abroad in state quarantine. According to the CCSA, the five are two Thai’s from Kuwait and one each…

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People stand in line to enter the Siam Paragon shopping mall as it reopened after restrictions to halt the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus were lifted in Bangkok on May 17, 2020.

Thailand records 4 new COVID-19 infections

After none having been reported yesterday, there are 4 new COVID-19 infections in Thailand today, all in state quarantine after their return from abroad.   CCSA spokesman Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin…

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People eat at a street restaurant implementing social distancing with plastic dividers after the Thai government relaxed measures to combat the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, in Bangkok’s Chinatown on May 21, 2020. – Thailand continued easing restrictions related to the COVID-19 novel coronavirus on May 17 by allowing various businesses to reopen, but warned that the stricter measures would be re-imposed should cases increase again. (Photo by Mladen ANTONOV / AFP)

New COVID-19 infections surge to 17 today, but no deaths

Thailand’s new COVID-19 cases surged to 17 today, all of them Thais in state quarantine, after returning from the Middle East.   The double-digit single day increase has brought the…

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Four new COVID-19 cases recorded in Thailand Sunday, no fatalities

Thailand today recorded four new COVID-19 cases, all are Thais in quarantine after returning from abroad. CCSA assistant spokesperson Dr. Panprapha Yongtrakul said today that, since Thailand banned on all…

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Thailand reports a single new COVID-19 case and no fatalities today

After recording 11 new COVID-19 infections on Thursday and Friday, Thailand reported just one new infection and no fatalities today (Saturday). CCSA assistant spokesperson Dr. Panprapha Yongtrakul said that the…

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3,500 hotel rooms readied as quarantine facilities for Thai returning from abroad

The Government is preparing about 3,500 private hotel rooms, in Bangkok and in the provinces, to house returning Thais in quarantine once the ban on incoming international flights, imposed by…

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Thailand sees further fall in daily new coronavirus cases with 45 today

New COVID-19 infections in Thailand have fallen for the third consecutive day, from Thursday’s 54 to yesterday’s 50 and 45 today, with many cases related to people returning from abroad,…

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24 Thais from abroad warned their names will be published if they do not contact the authorities

Authorities are threatening to reveal the names of 24 Thais, who arrived at Suvarnabhumi international airport on Friday and returned home to avoid state quarantine, if they do not report…

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Thailand’s new infection rate falls below 100, as overseas returnees trigger alarm

Thailand’s new COVID-19 infection rate has fallen below 100 for the first time since March 22 as authorities today try frantically to locate a large group of Thais who returned…

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