Yesterday, the State Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) reported 7 deaths, the highest number of corona victims since the pandemic began more than a year ago. This increased the death toll to 117.
One of the fatalities was a 24-year-old woman in Phatthalung province who visited an amusement park on April 7 and tested positive on April 17. She died three days later. She was suffering from obesity.
The second fatality was a 48-year-old Saraburi woman who suffered from allergies. She came into contact with a Covid patient on April 5 and was hospitalized on April 19. She died the next day.
The third case was an 83-year-old man from Bangkok who suffered from high blood pressure and hyperlipidemia. He tested positive on March 24 and died on April 20.
The fourth death was an 80-year-old bedridden patient in Nakhon Pathom. She tested positive on April 16 and died in hospital the next day.
The fifth fatality was a 45-year-old man from Bangkok who suffered from high blood pressure and hyperlipidemia. He came into contact with a Covid-19 patient on April 9, was hospitalized on April 19, and died the following day.
The sixth death was that of a 59-year-old employee of the Bangkok social enterprise who was suffering from diabetes. He was hospitalized on April 20 and died that same day.
The seventh fatal accident was an 86-year-old Bangkok resident who died of a heart attack caused by complications with the coronavirus. He met a patient from Covid 19 on April 5 and tested positive on April 16. He died on Wednesday.
Of the 1,458 new Covid-19 cases, the majority or 446 were in Bangkok, followed by 118 in Nonthaburi, 99 in Chiang Mai, and 97 in Chonburi. As of Thursday, the number of confirmed cases in Thailand had risen to 48,113. Of these, 44,867 were locally infected, including 20,914 found through proactive testing, while 3,246 were returnees.
The Chonburi Provincial Health Department reported 97 new Covid-19 cases Thursday morning, a slight increase from the four previous days. With 46 infections, most cases were in the Banglamung district with the city of Pattaya. The city of Chonburi followed with 18 cases, Sri Racha with 8, Bor Thong with 5, Sattahip, Pan Thong and Koh Si Chang with 4 each, Phanat Nikhom with 3 and Ban Bueng with 1. Four infected people live in another province.
QIn the past 24 hours, 141,670 people nationwide received their first vaccination against Covid-19, while 10,560 people received their second vaccination. The total number of doses administered in Thailand has risen to 864,840.