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Thailand on Monday reported 2,048 new COVID-19 cases and 8 more deaths.

 

Of the new cases, 2,038 were local transmissions, while 10 were imported from people entering quarantine. 

 

There are currently 25,767 people currently receiving treatment in either a hospital or field hospital. 

 

Monday’s cases bring the total number of COVID-19 infections in Thailand to 57,508 with 148 deaths. 

 

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3 minutes ago, webfact said:

Monday’s cases bring the total number of COVID-19 infections in Thailand to 57,508 with 148 deaths.

we want to know where they are ; what provinces, as granular as they have the data

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very quick today with the numbers... Normally they announce it after 11 o'clock. Something fishy again. Yesterday Sunday, less testing and quickly announce to prevent problems???

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The 2,048 new COVID cases reported Monday represented the second consecutive day of declines, but the fourth straight day of 2,000+ new cases in Thailand's so-called "third wave" COVID outbreak that began at the start of April.

 

--The growing toll of COVID patient hospitalizations -- under a government policy that requires all COVID cases to be hospitalized regardless of symptoms -- crossed the 25,000 mark hitting 25,767, a number that has doubled over the past 10 days.

 

--The eight new COVID deaths reported Monday represented the second highest daily toll for Thailand of the pandemic thus far, eclipsed only by the 11 reported yesterday and matching the eight reported Saturday.

 

--The 563 COVID patients considered in critical condition is a tally that's doubled over the past six days (from 259 on April 21). Plus 150 patients requiring ventilators to breathe is a figure that's almost tripled over the past week (from 55 on April 20)..

 

In this morning's update, a government spokeswoman said the prime minister and other top officials would meet again this coming Thursday to consider what, if any, additional measures might be required to deal with the current COVID outbreak.

 

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2 minutes ago, ikke1959 said:

very quick today with the numbers... Normally they announce it after 11 o'clock. Something fishy again. Yesterday Sunday, less testing and quickly announce to prevent problems???

Could be i mean anutin is in trouble and looking bad only dropping numbers can save him. So who knows the numbers might be manipulated. But im not sure about it, lets just see what happens on facebook. If we have many reports of hospitals refusing patients and people dying we know the numbers are fake. If not .. then maybe they are true.

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2 minutes ago, keith101 said:

It seems these reports are being done earlier every day is that so the numbers are lower ?

Yes, I posted todays report at 9:15 this morning.

 

It ha been like this the last few mornings whereas the usual time has always been approx 11:30.

 

 

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17 minutes ago, Pattaya Spotter said:

A good direction but will need many more days of declining numbers to confirm any trend...but I'll take it as good news to start the week.

Of course. What we have here is tge second of the weekend numbers. Let's see where the trend line goes starting tomorrow. Fingers crossed and let's hope the deaths trend downward.

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Another 8 dead people thanks to the government not having vaccine to treat these people and health save their lives.  Each one is like be murdered by the government.  Get them some vaccine and fast to save life's.

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29 minutes ago, TallGuyJohninBKK said:

2,000+ new cases in Thailand's so-called "third wave" COVID outbreak that began at the start of April.

Apparently the Thai's are calling it the Songkran wave, knowing all to well why it started and who let it start

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20 minutes ago, keith101 said:

It seems these reports are being done earlier every day is that so the numbers are lower ?

The numbers are always what was recorded on the previous day. 

The time that they are reported the following day has no bearing on them what so ever. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Will Thailand’s new COVID surge kill a plan to restart tourism in July? 

 

"Although the third wave of COVID-19 has hit Thailand hard, key decision-makers are still keen to launch the “Phuket Sandbox” on July 1. The sandbox will trial Thailand’s reopening by allowing inoculated foreigners to visit Phuket without having to quarantine.

 

Crucial to its success, however, is whether the government can deliver enough vaccine to achieve herd immunity in the population of the province and if the private sector will deliver solid support.

 

“We have not canceled or changed the Phuket Sandbox plan,” Commerce Minister Jurin Laksanawisit said on Sunday. “Vaccinations are being urgently rolled out in Phuket.”

 

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https://www.thaipbsworld.com/will-thailands-new-covid-surge-kill-a-plan-to-restart-tourism-in-july/

 

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16 minutes ago, DLock said:

Weekend factor.

 

True numbers will resume in a few days...

It always baffles me why some people are so desperately disappointed when the numbers of reported cases drops.

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6 minutes ago, Dmaxdan said:

The numbers are always what was recorded on the previous day. 

The time that they are reported the following day has no bearing on them what so ever. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have you not taken into consideration that some provinces may well be late in reporting on the day and therefore report the following morning?

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Per Richard Barrow:

 

"Starting today, Surat Thani (which includes Koh Samui, Koh Phangnan and Koh Tao) have started to shut down businesses similar to Bangkok. If you come from the red zone you must do quarantine. You must wear a mask. And you are asked to stay home from 10pm-4am"

 

https://www.facebook.com/richardbarrowthailand/posts/320279376124999

 

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Dmaxdan said:

It always baffles me why some people are so desperately disappointed when the numbers of reported cases drops.

 

It always baffles me why so people get bent out of shape about facts.

 

Facts don't offend.

 

How do you read in my comment that I am disappointed, or are you projecting onto me?

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19 minutes ago, Dmaxdan said:

It always baffles me why some people are so desperately disappointed when the numbers of reported cases drops.

Nobody disappointed only realistic! What day the test have made, how many people are watching test resurt in lab...... so on! Many thing what they not inform. Reason cant know facts to make  estimation about real numbers. Add there the number of test and sick people who not go to test at all!

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1 hour ago, ikke1959 said:

very quick today with the numbers... Normally they announce it after 11 o'clock. Something fishy again. Yesterday Sunday, less testing and quickly announce to prevent problems???

Richard Barrow usually releases it early like this. Check his FB page. 

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10 minutes ago, Excel said:

These are not Monday's cases , just Sunday's reported on Monday, unless that is the government think they can predict the future

That goes without saying...These are cases over the last 24 hours but may include testing done eariler if there is a backlog. 

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5 minutes ago, DavisH said:

Richard Barrow usually releases it early like this. Check his FB page. 

 

My tweet to Barrow:

 

The usual reporting of daily covid-19 cases has always been approx 11:30. Do you know why the reporting for the last few mornings have been much earlier than usual, i.e. approx 09:15?

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It was leaked. Press conference still at 11:30am
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3 minutes ago, DavisH said:

That goes without saying...These are cases over the last 24 hours but may include testing done eariler if there is a backlog. 

The quote from the article was "Monday’s cases" which is simply not true, the point I was clarifying. It should have stated Sunday's cases reported Monday to be correct rather than misleading as usual.

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Details of the new fatalities reported today:

 

--a 61-year-old Thai man from Pathum Thani with diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease

 

--a 45-year-old Thai man from Bangkok with no preexisting conditions

 

--a 24-year-old Thai man from Udon Thani with lymphoma

 

--a 92-year-old Thai man from Chaiyaphum with heart disease

 

--a 63-year-old Thai man from Yala with chronic kidney disease

 

--a 52-year-old Thai woman from Bangkok with high blood pressure

 

--a 57-year-old Thai woman from Bangkok with spinal disk herniation

 

--a 60-year-old Thai man from Bangkok with high blood pressure

 

 

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1 hour ago, DLock said:

Weekend factor.

 

True numbers will resume in a few days...

Couldn't agree more. Only weekly figures provide solid consistent evidence, worldwide. Therefore they should be the lowest granularity used for publication.

 

Otherwise the province colouring would remain interesting, based on numbers AND doctors assessments. The list of hot (searing) zones within provinces would be extremely useful too.

 

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