COVID-19 SUNDAY UPDATE: Chon Buri passes Bangkok

2022 has began off looking forward to Covid-19 statistics, with daily deaths dipping inspiringly low to single digits, though fears of Omicron surges, especially after the New Year’s holiday, dampen expectations. Today, the CCSA reported three,112 new Covid-19 infections, up one hundred and one since yesterday, and 12 Coronavirus-related deaths, up 2 from yesterday. Since April 1, in the latest wave of the virus in Thailand, confirmed Covid-19 infections have handed 2.2 million, with a complete of two,200,685 being reported.
 

In the 24 hour interval because the last rely, the CCSA has reported 2,921 recoveries, up 394 from yesterday. There are now 33,108 individuals currently receiving therapy for Covid-19, up 179 from yesterday, including 562 in the ICU and 156 on ventilators.
 

Of the brand new Covid-19 infections, 2 have been present in correctional amenities, sixty five were recognized by group testing, and a pair of,896 had been uncovered by walk-in testing. 1,003 antigen check kits have been used, though their results are formally thought of inconclusive.

 
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The Department of Disease Control has launched figures since Christmas stating no new vaccines have been administered. Double is unclear if there’s a nation-wide vacation on vaccinations or if the info is simply not being reported over the vacation.
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Chon Buri surpassed Bangkok for the first time as the province with the most Covid-19 infections in a single day yesterday. Ubon Ratchathani has seen a pointy uptick in Covid-19 infections this week, from beneath on December 26 to over 100 by the thirtieth, climbing to 254 on New Year’s Day and surpassing 300 at present, moving the province to the twenty seventh most whole infections of all of Thailand’s 77 provinces.
The provinces with the highest variety of new Covid-19 infections during the last 24 hours are as follows:
 
Sing Buri and Ranong were the one 2 provinces to have zero new Covid-19 infections yesterday. Full provincial Covid-19 figures are below:
 

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