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People get vaccinated against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Suvarnabhumi airport in Bangkok, Thailand April 28, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

 

Thailand on Sunday (Oct 31) reported 8,859 new COVID-19 cases 8,253 recoveries and 47 deaths.

 

330 of the cases were discovered in prisons.

 

Sunday's cases brings the total number of cases discovered in Thailand since the start of the pandemic to 1,912,024 and 1,883,161 since April 1, the start of the so-called third wave of infections.

 

Thailand has reported 19,205 deaths since the start of the pandemic and 19,111 since April 1. 

 

To date, Thailand has administered 75,000,937 vaccinations, with just over 42 million people having received a first dose.

 

Approximately 30.5 million people in Thailand are fully vaccinated, having received two vaccine doses,  which accounts for 42.40% of the total population.

 

Almost 2.4 million people in Thailand have received a third booster vaccine dose.

 

 

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Sharp drop in death numbers recorded yesterday at 47. 

 

Latest official data from the worldometer ranking table for deaths/million of population over the past 7 days, including yesterday’s numbers, shows Thailand up two places at 69th in the world, 25 places below the UK.

 

Same table shows Thailand remain at 14th in Asia, 4 places below the Philippines and 6 places above Vietnam. 
 

The trend in the number of deaths over the past week stands at 7 deaths/million of population, down 7% over the 7 day period, with the number of official infections also falling 9%. 

 

69 Thailand 62,034 68,293 -9% 886 459 494 -7% 7 70,032,635

 

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/weekly-trends/#weekly_table

 

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Just now, Bkk Brian said:

With the covid pandemic here in Thailand education has suffered enormously. Locally here in Phuket there's a certain anticipation and mixed emotions for many people regards the opening of all government schools on Monday. Of course its welcome however people are also a little nervous as to how this will go. The International Schools have been operating normally for a few weeks with no reported cases so that's a very good sign. Fingers crossed this will also be the case for all the government ones!

 

This is the same for the whole country from Monday, schools opening in many places though not all of them as promised by officials.

 

Phuket is 77.4% fully vaxxed although Bangkok has now overtaken Phuket as the highest double vaxxed Province, 78.4% of people fully vaccinated there so hopefully all schools there will also re-open?

 

Fever of excitement and anxiety as Thailand goes back to school

 

Like many Thai children, 12-year-old Thayan “Fhan” Wirojsakulchai can’t wait to get back to school, the joy of studying at home having long since evaporated.

For Thayan, it’s great news that his school, Roong Aroon, is about to let him return to classes every day.

“I’m so excited that I will get to see my friends in real life,” the boy said happily. The fully vaccinated youngster will start attending school from Monday (November 1).

 

https://www.thaipbsworld.com/fever-of-excitement-and-anxiety-as-thailand-goes-back-to-school/

And still many schools cannot reopen due to onerous restrictions or waiting for MOE permission. Shameful.

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7 minutes ago, bobbin said:

An almost immediate "confused" emoji from olmate..

 

It seems like a straightforward statement to me..

 

Plenty of us living in Pattaya want to know the current numbers.

 

Pattaya News its called! 

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26 minutes ago, bobbin said:

An almost immediate "confused" emoji from olmate..

 

It seems like a straightforward statement to me..

 

Plenty of us living in Pattaya want to know the current numbers.

It normally is announced by now but the official announcements have been late last few days. Not sure why

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30 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

Still waiting for the GF's daughter school.  Supposed to start online again in the morning but the teachers are in a state of confusion as well.

At my Daughters School, the Teachers are in a permanent state of confusion.

Since before the Covid Outbreak even closed the Schools.

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1 hour ago, brewsterbudgen said:

And still many schools cannot reopen due to onerous restrictions or waiting for MOE permission. Shameful.

You know, when schools reopen covid will spread like wildfire. That won't matter much for the kids, but it's essential older people are fully vaccinated, or there will be hundreds and perhaps thousands of deaths. It all depends how many over 60's have been vaccinated- less than 75% and there will be carnage.

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1 minute ago, mommysboy said:

You know, when schools reopen covid will spread like wildfire. That won't matter much for the kids, but it's essential older people are fully vaccinated, or there will be hundreds and perhaps thousands of deaths. It all depends how many over 60's have been vaccinated- less than 75% and there will be carnage.

Yes. It's important for people to get vaccinated. Some schools have already reopened but for others it seems to be taking ages. At this rate, bars will reopen before some schools! ????

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13 minutes ago, brewsterbudgen said:

Yes. It's important for people to get vaccinated. Some schools have already reopened but for others it seems to be taking ages. At this rate, bars will reopen before some schools! ????

At one point in my family only the 2 youngest adults had been done. God knows the logic of that!

 

Happily we're all jabbed now.

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2 hours ago, mommysboy said:

You know, when schools reopen covid will spread like wildfire. That won't matter much for the kids, but it's essential older people are fully vaccinated, or there will be hundreds and perhaps thousands of deaths. It all depends how many over 60's have been vaccinated- less than 75% and there will be carnage.

Thing is they are bragging about the high double vaccinated rate but how many of these were doubled jabbed with Sinovac. Only 2.5 million have recieved a 3rd jab to booster the Chinese jabs.

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Just now, ikke1959 said:

Today we see a rise of infections.. 8.859 pcr test and only 8.253 recovered.  If you calculate the ATK test too than thee are almost 12.144 new cases against 8.253 recoveries

And remember recoveries does not mean fully recovered. They changed that too to make things look better. How much else is changed and bogus to suit their agenda. I think quite a bit. Like I've said the RTDA comes out saying ATK needs to be in the numbers. Look at @Bkk Brian's chart and I think it's pretty obvious when the RTDA came out with their statement.

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7 hours ago, Ralf001 said:

8859 new cases out of how many tested ?

It's getting better in some areas but Chiang Mai up to Burma it's very bad. Many people infected. Right now they are giving free Pfizer vaccines to students only at a public hospital. Forget old people first.

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