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Thailand on Monday reported 985 new COVID-19 cases, the biggest daily jump for a second day in a row, as the country deals with a third wave of infections and a highly contagious variant.

 

Of the new cases, 980 were local transmissions, while 5 were imported from people entering quarantine. 

 

Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chonburi and Prachuap Khiri Khan were among the provinces to report the highest number of new cases.

 

A further 34 people were discharged from hospital having made a full recovery.

 

5,265 people remain in hospital receiving treatment.

 

Monday’s cases bring the total number of COVID-19 infections in Thailand to 33,610 with 97 deaths. 

 

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To educate people and show that antivaxers are similar to the former village idiots 

Unfortunately those village idiots are now in government

Add these two TAT Ministers to the numbers.  The government folks seem to not be Covid free after getting vaccinated.   https://www.tatnews.org/2021/04/tourism-authority-of-thailands-announc

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"The Sole Splasher: Once a traditional hotspot for Songkran revelry, Khaosan Road is relatively quiet today after the government has cancelled Songkran events and closed down bars this year due to the recent surge of COVID-19 infections around the country."

 

https://www.facebook.com/KhaosodEnglish/posts/4222962894389277

 

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Daily vaccinations update, numbers up just slightly over the prior day. Total doses, then first and second shot subtotal numbers cumulatively.

 

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https://www.facebook.com/thaimoph/posts/285642259712351

 

The new latest day numbers of first and second dose shots are listed below in yellow.

 

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https://www.facebook.com/nbtworld/posts/10157945099567050

 

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Some province by province tallies for the day from the Thai Enquirer, as well as cumulative tallies. For the latest day, Bangkok's number of new cases is eclipsed by Chiang Mai:

 

"Of the 980 local cases that were found in the past 24 hours, 246 were found in Chiang Mai alone, followed by Bangkok (137), Chonburi (92), Samut Pakan (83).
 
The third wave had led 3,762 cases between April 1 and 11. Of that, 1,350 were found in Bangkok alone, followed by Chonburi (405), Chiang Mai (383) and Prachuap Khiri Khan (141)."
 
 
Other province new case tallies for the day:
 
--Prachuap Khiri Khan -- 52
--Pathum Thani -- 36
--Rayong -- 31
--Samut Sakhon -- 25
--Phuket & Nakhon Pathom -- 17
--Udon Thani -- 10
--Chiang Rai -- 10
--Khon Kaen -- 9
 
The full list of every province is posted later in this thread here.
 
Note: some local provinces and governors have taken lately to releasing their own local new case numbers, and sometimes those take a day or more before they're fully reflected in the national statistics.
 
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58 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

Add these two TAT Ministers to the numbers.  The government folks seem to not be Covid free after getting vaccinated.

 

https://www.tatnews.org/2021/04/tourism-authority-of-thailands-announcement/

 

Wishing them a speedy recovery.

 

The numbers today should be higher but I think they are reflecting the hospitals running short on tests and the actual lab doing the checking of being overwhelmed much like the government who was caught off guard.

Could it be that the tests are running short because of a significant increase in testing running up to the holiday?  That could be why the shortage?

 

More testing, more cases too?

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

Thailand on Monday reported 985 new COVID-19 cases, the biggest daily jump for a second day in a row, ...

 

Hello Thai Visa news, what on earth are you going on about ? 

Today’s case numbers have increased by 18 from yesterday.

 

Perhaps an honest mistake but suggest you check your articles more carefully or you may lose credibility....

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2 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

But yesterdays numbers were lower than todays and yesterdays were a record so far for a daily case number, so todays, even though it only increased by 18, is higher than yesterdays and therefore a new record for the daily number of infections.....Nope the title is correct, you just can not see it.

Yep - fair enough but doesn’t a “daily jump” infer a daily increase rather than a total number ?

Anyway, a new daily record number of cases today, however we describe it!

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5 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

But yesterdays numbers were lower than todays and yesterdays were a record so far for a daily case number, so todays, even though it only increased by 18, is higher than yesterdays and therefore a new record for the daily number of infections.....Nope the title is correct, you just can not see it.

 

Actually, not having it !

The daily new case numbers have been increasing steadily for 8-10 days, so if they are referring to daily rates why would they say the following and not biggest daily jump for 10th day in a row..

1 hour ago, webfact said:

Thailand on Monday reported 985 new COVID-19 cases, the biggest daily jump for a second day in a row,

 

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