Another 21 deaths and 1,940 new Covid 19 cases in Thailand
Thailand yesterday reported 21 deaths and 1,940 new coronavirus infections for the second consecutive day, bringing the number of cases to 68,984 and the death toll to 245.
Eight people were killed in Bangkok, four in Chiang Mai, two in Chonburi and Lamphun, and one in Nakhon Pathom, Tak, Rayong, Nakhon Sawan and Udon Thani provinces.
The ages of those who succumbed to the virus ranged from 38 to 88 years. They all suffered from chronic illnesses such as high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity and other complications. The source of infection usually ran in the family and through contact with a patient.
Bangkok again topped the list of the most cases with 539, followed by 278 in Nonthaburi and 145 in Samut Prakan.
New infections reported:
April 14 – 2839
April 25 – 2438
April 26 – 2048
April 27 – 2179
April 28 – 2012
April 29 – 1871
April 30 – 1583
May 1 – 1891
May 2 – 1940
It is important for you as a guest in Thailand to know that the measures and developments regarding the Covid19 virus (can) change at any time, do not blame your news bear if he does not report the changes in time.
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