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Thailand on Saturday (June 12) reported 3,277 new COVID-19 cases and 29 additional deaths.



● 2,385 new infections
● 892 prison / prison infections



Saturday’s cases bring the total number of COVID-19 infections in Thailand to 193,105 (total infections since April 1: 164,242) with 1,431 deaths.


The news comes as the ambassadors of Belgium and France asked the Thai government to arrange for COVID-19 vaccinations for their citizens.

 

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I just find it strange that the numbers still continue to stay in the range of 2,000 plus for community cases, especially with all of the clusters being found here in Bangkok and other Areas.  The pri

I don't find government disinformation, non disclosure of facts and limited testing strange anymore.  What I would find strange if that the government published the real figures across the country whi

Hospital walk ins shot up, thats not a good sign, blue bar on graph  https://media.thaigov.go.th/uploads/public_img/source/120664.pdf

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43 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

I just find it strange that the numbers still continue to stay in the range of 2,000 plus for community cases, especially with all of the clusters being found here in Bangkok and other Areas.  The prison cases will continue on in my  view until either all are infected or those that are not, providing they have been segregated, are vaccinated.  Even vaccination does not ensure you may not become infected.  The deaths just keep bumping along and for some may be acceptable, but no deaths are acceptable in reality as much has been learned on treatment.  The question I have that never seems to be answered by this government, is how many passed in the hospitals versus passing away at home after either never going to the hospital or were told to stay at home.  Stay safe folks.

We never know also the Ŕo number,i ask several times no answer.

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I found an interesting little study about flu deaths in 2005 to 2008 using PCR tested flu patients in which 1346 people tested positive for the flu virus and of those 1346 positives 10 died which gives a 0.74% CFR and I've just used the total cases and death numbers in the worldometer section for Thailand with 189,828 cases and 1402 deaths which gives 0.73% CFR.Quite similar really.

 

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19936224/

 

 

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

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21 minutes ago, Cake Monster said:

Prison Infections have risen sharply from the last few Days.

Is this due to Covid exploding in the Prisons that were already deemed to be infected, or, are there Infections now in prisons nor previously infected.

Again we have 2000 daily cases. Maybe thats the number of test kits available every day,

- Militaries love to ration every thing, or the number the staff are able to perform, or the labs able to process.

So much smoke and mirrors.

Today's prison numbers look a bit lump sumish to me.

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The assumed criteria to qualify as a "reported case" being what exactly ? 

Either the corresponding mortality rate for such cases is alarmingly high at over 10% (rolling average) or only the serious cases are considered worthy of being included in the officially published numbers.

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1 hour ago, vivananahuahin said:

We never know also the Ŕo number,i ask several times no answer.

Yes, to get the R number you need good data, the main ones being number of tests, number of positives, positivity rate, death rates etc. Unfortunately its impossible to get those.

 

They've stopped reporting the positivity rates for pro active testing in Bangkok also, no data on that for over a week.

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Thailand's Vaccine Tracker (June 12, 2021) About 2.44 percent of the population is fully vaccinated, with 4,362,685 (+219,241) people received the first dose, while 1,612,385 (+88,771) received the second dose. #วัคซีนโควิด19 #ฉีดวัคซีน #COVID19 #Thailand #KE

 

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Talking about CCSA not publishing the positivity rate data for over a week, well they have today for Bangkok, Pro active testing, its still very high and still on the rise at 11.53%

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Around two-thirds of Covid-19 patients possibly died due to non-communicable diseases and not Covid-19 itself, the Department of Disease Control has said. Statistics show that patients with high blood pressure have a 2.17 times higher risk of death than other infected persons.

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https://twitter.com/Thenationth/status/1403599597029625859

 

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4 minutes ago, anchadian said:

Around two-thirds of Covid-19 patients possibly died due to non-communicable diseases and not Covid-19 itself

 

So  they are not counted as Covid deaths then ?

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Starting today, there are no press briefings by the CCSA on the weekends. The Thai and English briefings will now only be from Mondays to Fridays until further notice. However, I will still be posting the latest #COVID19 news every day as normal over on

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https://twitter.com/RichardBarrow/status/1403596857540972548

 

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Vaccination of employees in social security scheme to resume on Monday

Thai Labour Minister Suchart Chomklin has assured that there is no shortage of AstraZeneca vaccine for employees covered by the social security scheme and vaccinations will resume at some locations on Monday.

 

The minister’s assurance came after the Office of Social Security decided to close all 45 vaccination venues in Bangkok four days, after they started providing the free service to employees covered by social security scheme, claiming that several of the venues are not appropriate and too hot, leading to a number of people not being vaccinated because of their high body temperatures.

 

Also, there have been conflicts between employee information provided by employers to the Social Security Office (OSS) in advance and the information provided by the employees at the vaccination site.

 

https://www.thaipbsworld.com/vaccination-of-employees-in-social-security-scheme-to-resume-on-monday/

 

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12 minutes ago, anchadian said:

Around two-thirds of Covid-19 patients possibly died due to non-communicable diseases and not Covid-19 itself, the Department of Disease Control has said. Statistics show that patients with high blood pressure have a 2.17 times higher risk of death than other infected persons.

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https://twitter.com/Thenationth/status/1403599597029625859

 

Here we go, keep their testing down and now they want to try and justify bringing down their death rates with this pathetic excuse.

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2 minutes ago, RotBenz8888 said:

Thailands covid strategy that has been praised around the world, now turned out to be a complete fiasco. In particular the vaccine rollout disaster. Latest, Phuket sandbox probably delayed, not that it's surprising though. So we're probably looking at 2 high seasons with no tourists, the economy will suffer, badly. 

Latest, Phuket sandbox probably delayed.

 

Do you have a link for this?

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