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Covid-19 Thailand – Latest Updates (28th June, 2020)

  • 3,162 people infected (+0)
  • 3,053 discharged from hospital (+13)
  • 51 in hospital
  • 58 dead (+0)

Thailand’s health department has reported that the Kingdom of Thailand has been free of local infection of the Covid-19 coronavirus for 34 days. Thailand’s Health department reported yesterday that there were no new case of COVID-19 coronavirus infection over the past 24 hours.

Which resulted in Thailand recording no local COVID-19 infection for 34 days. Furthermore the total number of COVID-19 recovery cases rose to 3,053. Only Fifty-one patients remained at hospitals.

The total of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Thailand stands at 3,162. Of them, 2,444 were locally infected and 225 other patients were detected in the state quarantine process.

Full Story: ChiangRaiTimes

 

  • COVID-19 Monitoring System for Foreigners Wanting to Enter Thailand
The National Communicable Disease Committee has approved a draft plan on the monitoring system to prevent and control COVID-19 infection among travelers entering Thailand, under the Communicable Disease Act B.E. 2558 (2015).
Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul on 24 June 2020 chaired a meeting of the National Communicable Disease Committee to discuss the plan, which also includes the relaxation of travel restrictions to allow certain groups of foreigners to enter Thailand.
The Ministry of Public Health is preparing related information before the plan is submitted to the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), chaired by Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha, for consideration on 29 June 2020.
Apart from Thai nationals, travelers to be allowed to enter Thailand include members of diplomatic corps and international organizations and foreigners who intend to visit Thailand for economic and social reasons.
The relaxation of travel restrictions for foreigners who visit Thailand for economic and social reasons will be divided into three phases.
The first phase involves short- and long-term arrivals, such as guests of the Thai government, businessmen, investors, skilled workers, experts, people with Thai families, teachers, and students.
Full Story: ThailandPRD