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Thailand reports 7,706 new COVID-19 cases, 66 deaths, 9,532 recoveries


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52 minutes ago, Bkk Brian said:

Here we go...................I can smell B.S.

 

Foreign Ministry denies holding up Polish Moderna donation

 

“We were never informed about the aforementioned donation, and the recent update from the Embassy, agencies in Poland yet to discuss this ongoing matter.” said the MFA.

 

The MFA confirmed there is no statement in the MFA’s letter citing any block or disagreement with the donation’s shipment. In addition, it also warned the university to consider the donation protocols to avoid complaints to legal actions in the future.

 

Thammasat University previously stated that 3 million shots of Moderna were supposed to be imported this month.

 

https://www.thaienquirer.com/34364/foreign-ministry-denies-holding-up-polish-moderna-donation/

Wasn't there another OP just yesterday or the day before that indicated the Government was not getting involved and would not help the University.  This is getting sadder and sadder by the day with this Government not doing what's needed to get the upper end vaccines into the country.

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

The news comes as Thailand has recorded its first case of the Delta Plus variant of COVID-19, but there is no cause for concern over its severity, drug or vaccine resistance as the disease being closely monitored, according to Dr. Chawetsan Namwat, director of the Division of Disease Control and Emergency Health Hazards at Disease Control Department (DCD), yesterday (Monday).

So it turns out this new Delta variant is different to the UK one so could well be home grown. New thread running on it.

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COVID-19 vaccination of vulnerable displaced persons begins in Thailand

 

Press Release – Bangkok, 26 October 2021

 

On 25 and 26 October, 1,295 displaced persons in Ban Tham Hin Temporary Shelter in Suan Phueng District, Ratchaburi, received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccines, thanks to the effort of Thai Red Cross and its network partners. Administration of second dose is scheduled for November 2021.

 

https://reliefweb.int/report/thailand/covid-19-vaccination-vulnerable-displaced-persons-begins-thailand

 

 

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A post with false and misleading information has been removed as there was no supporting link to substantiate the "information" that was posted.   If you are not willing to provide a link to substantiate the information, don't bother posting. 

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3 hours ago, anchadian said:

Today there were 66 deaths in #Thailand

 

27 males & 39 females

Burmese (1), Pakistani (1)

Age range is 28-101 years

77% of deaths aged 60+

Most deaths in the central region (15)

 

https://twitter.com/ThaiNewsReports/status/1452939315537797124

 

One of those was also a 28 year old pregnant woman from Satun, she had not been vaccinated yet.

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The CCSA used a slide today in their daily covid situation update briefing denouncing fake news websites and groups that promote vaccine hesitancy and the use of ivermectin. They cited Singapore as taking legal action against such sites including the Truth Warriors website.

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11 minutes ago, anchadian said:

Over 1,000 prisoners in Nakhon Si Thammarat catch COVID-19 from unknown source

 

More than 1,000 prisoners in the Zone 6 maximum security sector of the prison in Thailand’s southern province of Nakhon Si Thammarat have been infected with COVID-19, 396 of whom have developed symptoms.

 

https://www.thaipbsworld.com/over-1000-prisoners-in-nakhon-si-thammarat-catch-covid-19-from-unknown-source/

Sounds like this is occurring now.  Wonder what the prison numbers tomorrow will show.

 

From the article:

"Prison officials told Thai PBS that they have no idea how the infections started, but said that only officials are allowed into Zone 6, where prisoners serving a minimum of 30 years and those on death row are housed.

To prevent further spread among prisoners, the occupational training building is being used to quarantine and treat symptomatic inmates with the Favipiravir anti-viral drug and Fah Talai Jone Thai traditional herbal medicine, while the low-risk prisoners are being separately kept."

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COVID-19: Thailand reports 8,452 new coronavirus cases, 57 deaths

 

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Thailand on Wednesday (October 27) reported 8,452 new COVID-19 cases, 8,449 recoveries and 57 additional deaths over the past 24 hours. 

 

Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1236959-covid-19-thailand-reports-8452-new-coronavirus-cases-57-deaths/

 

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