Ten new COVID-19 cases in state quarantine recorded on Saturday
Thailand recorded ten new COVID-19 cases today, six Thais and four foreigners in state quarantine, according to the CCSA.
Among the Thais are a 52-year old house maid and a 22-year old female student returning from the Netherlands, a 61-year old man and a 25-year old student arriving from the United States, a 30-year old woman arriving from Sweden and a 43-year old masseuse arriving from Czech Republic.
The other infections are a 55-year old Dutch businessman arriving from Germany, a 56-year old Swiss man arriving from Switzerland, a 32-year old Belgian engineer arriving from Belgium and one 15-year old Indian student arriving from India.
Another eleven patients have recovered today, bringing the total to 3,756. Cumulative infections in Thailand, to date, are 2,902, including 2,453 locally transmitted cases and 60 fatalities. 86 other people are still being treated in hospitals.
Globally, cumulative infections, at 9am on Saturday, reached 57,902,489, with 102,207 severe cases. 40,103,358 recoveries have been recorded worldwide.