Three new COVID-19 infections recorded in Thailand today

Customers eat in a food court at communal tables divided by plastic partitions in Bangkok, Thailand.

Thailand recorded three new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, all having arrived from abroad and in state quarantine.

According to a CCSA news bulletin, one is a 31-year old Bangladeshi businessman, who arrived in Thailand on July 30th and is currently staying in an alternative state quarantine hotel in Bangkok. Though asymptomatic, he tested positive for COVID-19 on August 6th.

The second is a 41-year old housewife, who arrived from India on August 2nd prior to entering quarantine at a Bangkok hotel.  Free of symptoms, she tested positive on August 6th.

The third is a 30-year old Thai woman who works at a hotel in the United States. She arrived in Thailand from the US on August 4th and was found to be infected three days later.

Cumulative infections in Thailand, to date, are 3,351, with 3,151 recoveries and 58 deaths. 142 others are still being treated in hospital.

Two repatriation flights are due to arrive today, from Myanmar and South Korea, carrying 21 and 92 passengers respectively.

250 more returnees are due to arrive tomorrow from the UK and 52 from Australia.


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