31 deaths recorded and new 2041 COVID cases in Thailand


On Monday, the Ministry of Health announced that in the past 24 hours, Thailand had a record of 31 coronavirus deaths and 2,041 new infections every day, a record high. Since the pandemic last year, the total number of cases has reached 71,025. This is about 50% more than the 21 deaths reported on Saturday and Sunday. Since the beginning of this campaign, a new wave including the highly contagious B.7 variant first discovered in the UK has caused more than half of the cases and deaths. When the death toll was announced, the respected medical professor warned that if the death toll continues to rise, the kingdom will fall into crisis. Prasit Watanapa, dean of the Siriraj Hospital Medical School, said in a daily briefing on Covid-19 at the center: “If the number does not fall but continues to rise, it means that we are close to a real crisis period.” Administration. Situation (CCSA). Or follow any of the recommended steps to stop the latest outbreak and vaccinate. He said: “Please get vaccinated.”The vaccine will help the country control the spread of the disease. According to reports, the most recent deaths occurred in 11 provinces, with only 10 deaths in Bangkok and Nonthaburi. Two deaths were recorded in Pathum Thani and Nakhon Si Tamarak, while one each died in Chacheng, Ang Thong, Phetchabun, Suphan Buri, Lopburi, Chaiyaphum and Ranong. CCSA spokesperson Dr. Dr. Apisamai Srirangson said that most of the deaths occurred among people near the previously infected person, many of whom were family members. The number has exceeded 2,000 for the first time since the country reported cases in 2001. Most of the new infections in April were concentrated in Bangkok and three neighboring provinces: Samut Prakan, Nonthaburi and Pathum Thani. He said: “New infections in other provinces are decreasing, but Bangkok and its surrounding areas are increasing,” said.

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