In Thailand: 2,438 new cases on Sunday and 11 COVID-19 deaths.

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Thailand reported 11 new deaths on Sunday, including a pregnant woman, bringing the number to 140. The government has recorded 2,438 new coronavirus cases, all of which were locally infected with five exceptions. Since the beginning of the pandemic, although the government registered new cases of infection within 24 hours as of 11:59 pm, the total number of confirmed cases since the beginning of the pandemic has reached 55,460. Saturday was lower than the day before, and the number of deaths from Covid hit a record for the second day in a row after the 16th round on Saturday. The Covid-19 Command Center (CCSA) reported that one of the dead was a 32-year-old woman from Bangkok who was 25 weeks pregnant. Except for the two victims, all the others have found medical records of serious diseases such as obesity. The number of newly confirmed cases recorded was the largest (1,078), followed by Chiang Mai with 163, Nonthaburi with 115, Samut Prakan with 77 and Chonburi with 75. The five imported cases are three newcomers to the United Nations CCSA spokesperson Tavisilpa Visanuyotin Said that the third wave of pandemic in Thailand has caused more infections than the second outbreak last year to March this year. This entertainment venue spread at the beginning of this month and received a total of 26,597 cases in 25 days, up from 24,626 in the previous outbreak. The new wave of killings caused 46 deaths, which was higher than the 34 in the last outbreak. This was triggered by a group of people at the central shrimp market in Muang Samut Sakhon.

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