Three new COVID-19 cases recorded in Thailand
Thailand recorded three new COVID-19 cases today among Thai returnees in state quarantine.
According to the CCSA, one new infection is a 48-year old Thai man, who worked as an office employee in Brazil and returned to Thailand on September 7th, entering alternative state quarantine in Bangkok. He tested positive for COVID-19 three days after arrival.
The two others are aged 22 and 27 and arrived in Thailand from Yemen on September 11th and entered state quarantine in Bangkok. They were found to be infected by the virus on September 16th.
Cumulative infections in Thailand, to date, are 3,500, including 2,445 locally transmitted cases and 562 imported. Ten new recoveries have been recorded today, bringing the total to 3,338. The total death toll is 59, including a Thai interpreter working in Saudi Arabia who died at Rajavithi Hospital yesterday.
Globally, cumulative infections as of 10am today are 30,691,801, with 22,334,506 recoveries. The total death toll is recorded at 956,421.