Thailand records five new COVID-19 cases on Sunday
Five new COVID-19 cases, all in state quarantine, were recorded in Thailand today (Sunday), according to the CCSA, including four Thai women returning from abroad and one 60-year old French tourist.
Two of the Thai women, aged 36 and 39, returned from Bahrain. The third is a 52-year old house maid, arriving from the UK, and the fourth is a 40-year old house maid returning from the United Arab Emirates.
Cumulative infections in Thailand, to date, are 3,736, including 788 imported cases and the rest are locally-transmitted cases. Altogether 3,530 people have recovered from the disease and 147 others are still being treated in hospitals.
Cumulative global infections, up to 9am Sunday, are 42,924,366, with the United States topping the list with 8,827,932, followed by India’s 7,863,892, Brazil’s 5,381,224, Russia’s 1,497,167 and Spain’s 1,110,372 cases.
Thailand today ranks 146th in terms of total infections.