Thailand records one new COVID-19 case

BANGKOK (BERNAMA) –  A Thai woman returning from Bahrain is the latest COVID-19 patient in Thailand, bringing the cumulative cases to 3,147 with 58 deaths.

Yesterday also marks 26 consecutive days of no local transmission in Thailand.

Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) said a total of 210 COVID-19 cases are Thai nationals returning from abroad and undergoing 14-day quarantine at state facilities. “Another 10 patients recovered from hospitals over the last 24 hours. To date, a total of 3,018 people have recovered and discharged while 71 are still undergoing treatment,” CCSA said in a statement.

Bangkok and Nonthaburi reported the highest number of cases with 1,757 followed by 744 (southern), 440 (central), northeastern (111) and 95 (north).

People wait at a bus stop in Bangkok. PHOTO: AFP