3,015 accumulated COVID-19 cases in Thailand
Photo: Nutthawat Wicheanbut
With measures easing up across the country, Thailand continues to see a decline in COVID-19. 6 new cases were declared today with no deaths, bringing to total numbers to 3,015 cases and 56 deaths respectively.
The 6 patients were all reported in Thailand’s southern provinces, with 4 in Phuket, and 1 each in Yala and Narathiwat provinces.
Additionally, 2 people have recovered, with the number of discharged patients at 2,796 and 163 patients still hospitalised.
Steady decline of COVID-19 cases
The country saw a spike in cases in March-April, with 188 cases being the highest number of patients reported in a single day on 22 March.
Bangkok is also the city with the largest number of cases at 1,547, followed by Phuket and Nonthaburi at 220 and 156 respectively.
We’re glad to see Thailand slowly getting back on its feet and hope to see the situation continue to get better!
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