12 July 2024

COVID-19 infections in Thailand continue to surge, with 559 new cases recorded today (Friday), compared to yesterday’s 405, including 268 cases in Bangkok alone. 138 are among those under observation and treatment and 130 were found during proactive screening, according to the CCSA.

One more fatality was recorded, raising the death toll to 96.

Of the new infections, 549 are locally-acquired and 10 are among are arrivals from abroad in state quarantine.

New infections have now been recorded in 33 of Thailand’s 77 provinces, mostly related to entertainment outlets. Infections among those under observation and found during proactive screening include:

Bangkok, 268 cases

Chiang Mai, 16 cases

Chiang Rai, 2 cases

Lampang, 1 case

Nan, 1 case

Phitsanuloke, 1 case

Phetchabun, 2 cases

Nonthaburi, 10 cases

Pathum Thani, 12 cases

Lop Buri, 3 cases

Ratchaburi, 4 cases

Samut Sakhon, 9 cases

Ubon Ratchathani, 6 cases

Surat Thani, 4 cases

Phuket 4 cases

Nakhon Ratchasima, 6 cases

Nakhon Sawan, 1 case

Saraburi, 2 cases

Nakhon Pathom, 1 case

Buri Ram, 8 cases

Chaiyaphum 2 cases

Chumpon, 5 cases

Songkhla, 6 cases

Cumulative infections, since early last year, are 30,869, with 28,128 recoveries. 2,645 others are still being treated in hospitals.

Cumulative infections, since December 15th, are 26,632, including 16,838 cases found during proactive screening and 8,381 among those under observation and treatment.