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Thailand reports 271 new COVID-19 cases, 2 additional deaths, huge jump in recoveries

 

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Thailand reported 271 new coronavirus cases on Thursday and two additional deaths

 

Of the new cases, 259 were local transmissions, while 12 were imported from people entering quarantine.

 

Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin also said 717 people had been discharged from hospital having made a full recovery. 

 

3,296 people remain in hospital or held in a migrant worker quarantine centre.

 

Two new deaths were also reported. 

 

Thursday’s cases bring the total number of COVID-19 infections in Thailand to 11,262, with 69 deaths.

 

The number of new infections and total cases in Thailand since 14 Dec is as follows:

 

14 Dec: +28 (4,237)

15 Dec: +9 (4,246)

16 Dec: +15 (4,261)

17 Dec: +20 (4,281)

18 Dec: +16 (4,297)

19 Dec: +34 (4,331)

20 Dec: +576 (4,907)

21 Dec: +382 (5,289)

22 Dec: +427 (5,716)

23 Dec: +46 (5,762)

24 Dec: +67 (5,829)

25 Dec: +81 (5,910)

26 Dec: +110 (6,020)

27 Dec: +121 (6,141)

28 Dec: +144 (6,285)

29 Dec: +155 (6,440)

30 Dec: +250 (6,690)

31 Dec: +194 (6,884)

1 Jan: +279 (7,163)

2 Jan: +216 (7,379) 

3 Jan: +315 (7,694)

4 Jan: +745 (8,439)

5 Jan: +527 (8,966)

6 Jan:+365 (9,331)

7 Jan:+305 (9,636)

8 Jan:+205 (9,841)

9 Jan:+212 (10,053)

10 Jan:+245 (10,298)

11 Jan:+249 (10,547)

12 Jan:+287 (10,834)

13 Jan:+157 (10,991)

14 Jan:+271 (11,262)

 

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8 minutes ago, FarFlungFalang said:

A massive increase percentage wise from yesterday's number.

Acknowledged but where, the details of where the people are is what's needed. 271 in Bangkok is one thing but 271 in a province that has only recorded 4 or 5 previously would be an astronomical increase (and nothing to do with fly me to the moon either) ditto the new deaths.

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And don't forget, Dr. Taweesin also announced some good news. The Mor Chana tracing app has now been downloaded 7.18 million times which, he said, will help, along with wearing face masks, prevent people from getting infected by the virus.

 

Like and subscribe, big party when he hits 10 million "subscribers".

 

 

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20 minutes ago, foreverlomsak said:

Acknowledged but where, the details of where the people are is what's needed. 

That information is everywhere, on the news, online, newspapers.

They even report what ampuer, and the nationalities of the foreigners detected in quarantine. 

If you live in Thailand I don’t know how you could miss it. 
 

Turn on your TV, a 24/7 rolling coverage.

 

 

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1 minute ago, mtls2005 said:

And don't forget, Dr. Taweesin also announced some good news. The Mor Chana tracing app has now been downloaded 7.18 million times which, he said, will help, along with wearing face masks, prevent people from getting infected by the virus.

 

Like and subscribe, big party when he hits 10 million "subscribers".

 

 

Don't forget Dr Yong Poovorawan.
He's provided some fantastic & critical  advice that i'm sure many people here will agree with. 

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9 minutes ago, mtls2005 said:

along with wearing face masks

Still a large part of the local population believe that, even in shops, if your wearing a mask it's for keeping your chin warm, especially in the cold period, and look at you funny as if to say what's wrong with you if you wear it correctly (covering mouth and nose).

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6 minutes ago, foreverlomsak said:

Still a large part of the local population believe that, even in shops, if your wearing a mask it's for keeping your chin warm, especially in the cold period, and look at you funny as if to say what's wrong with you if you wear it correctly (covering mouth and nose).

You should take a look at this if you don't believe that masks can help..
https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMc2007800

 

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Well, it's not bad news, as infections seem to be held in check.  However, as experience has shown you simply don't muck around if you want to eradicate this virus.  Thailand nailed its flag to the mast long ago, and it merely needs to do what it did before.  Playing with fire imo.

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271 new cases found as Briton, Thai succumb to complications from Covid-19

By The Nation

 

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The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) reported 271 new cases with two deaths on Thursday, including 12 people who tested positive in state quarantine facilities and near the border.

 

Of the returnees who tested positive, five are Thai nationals, two who flew in from the United Kingdom, one from Hungary, one from Russia and one from Germany. The cases also included an Indonesian national from Australia, two children from Pakistan, an American national, a Dutch national and a Canadian man who came from their respective countries.

 

A Thai woman, 29, who was caught sneaking across the Thai-Malaysia border on January 10 tested positive on Wednesday.

 

Of the new cases, 78 had been exposed to the virus while visiting high-risk places, of them 14 are Bangkok residents, including Myanmar and Indian citizens, and 36 live in Samut Sakhon, including Thais and Myanmar nationals.

 

Proactive testing led to 181 cases, including 170 foreigners and two Thais in Samut Sakhon, one Cambodian national in Chachoengsao, five Thais in Chonburi and three Thais in Rayong.

 

Taweesin Visanuyothin, CCSA spokesman, said Thailand’s 68th death from Covid-19 was a British man, 71, who suffered from diabetes, thyrotoxicosis and lung cancer. He arrived in Thailand on December 7 and tested positive on December 11. His symptoms worsened after he developed pneumonia and he passed away on Wednesday.

 

The 69th death was a 53-year-old Thai man who had diabetes. He had reportedly travelled to several provinces like Chanthaburi, Phetchaburi and Nonthaburi during the New Year holidays. His symptoms began developing and he was admitted to hospital on January 5 with pneumonia. He passed away on January 10.

 

Meanwhile, 717 patients have recovered and been discharged.

 

The total number of confirmed cases in Thailand has risen to 11,262 – 9,050 of which were contracted domestically, including 3,187 found via proactive testing and 2,212 were returnees. So far, 7,660 have recovered and been discharged, 3,533 patients are still in hospital and the death toll has risen to 69.

 

According to Worldometer, as of midnight on Wednesday, the total number of confirmed cases globally had risen to 92.78 million (up by 745,811), 66.29 million have recovered, 24.5 million are active cases (112,120 in severe condition) and 1.99 million have died (up by 16,001).

 

Thailand ranks 128th on the global list of most cases, while the US tops the list with 23.61 million, followed by India 10.51 million, Brazil 8.26 million, Russia 3.47 million and the United Kingdom 3.21 million.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30401230

 

 

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There are 90 local transmissions today amongst Thais. Nearly all the rest are from migrants from Myanmar. 

Go to worldometers.info Scroll to the bottom for the list of countries adding data. Find Thailand.  Click on green source and will display in Thai. Total today is 271. Figure below is 90 and below that is migrants. Same info as on Thai tv news

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