Covid 19: Thailand reports seven new cases


Thailand reported seven new cases of the novel corona virus on Friday, September 11.

The new cases raised the caseload to 3,461 while the death toll remains unchanged at 58. According to the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), the number of those who are in state quarantine is at 523. Ninety one (91) are in the hospital. The number of recoveries stands at 3,312.

Included in the new cases are three returnees — a two-year girl, an eight-year-old boy, and a 45-year-old man who had travelled back from Saudi Arabia on September 5 and tested positive on September 9.

Meanwhile, two Thais — a woman 33, and a man, 31 — as well an Indian male arrived from India on September 6 and tested positive on September 9.

According to The Nation, two patients have recovered and been discharged.

CSSA further confirmed, the cases are all asymptomatic.

As of 10am on Friday, the Worldometer says that the total number of confirmed global cases reached to 28.3 million (increasing by 303,170). Of the total number of cases, 20.3 million have recovered, while 60,753 are in serious condition. The death toll is at 913,908.

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Lorenzo is a full time English Language Teacher to high school students in Phitsanulok. He reads and travels for self-enrichment. He also writes at where he shares his struggles and joys of being a teacher in Thailand for almost a decade now.