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Latest Updates (6th August, 2020)

Covid-19 Cases –  3,330 (+ 2)    Recovered –  3,148 (+ 4)    Hospitalized – 124   Died – 58

More returnees from US infected

The government on Thursday reported two new cases of coronavirus disease 2019, returnees from the United States, as the total rose to 3,330.

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration said the two new patients were a man aged 42 and a woman, 62, both Thai nationals.

They arrived on July 31 on the same flight as a previously confirmed case, and were quarantined in Chon Buri province.

They tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday, but were asymptomatic.

So far, 4,739 people have returned from the US and 9.41% of them have tested positive for the disease.

Of the total 3,330 cases, 3,148 have recovered, including four discharged over the past 24 hours, and 124 patients remain at hospitals. The death toll is unchanged at 58 since June 2.

Full Story: Bangkok Post

 

Royal Cliff gains SHA certification

PATTAYA, 6 August 2020: The Royal Cliff Hotels Group received Amazing Thailand ‘Safety and Health Administration (SHA) Certificate which signifies that the hotel is ready for domestic and international guests’ return post-Covid-19.

The certificate is a significant recognition that the Royal Cliff is a destination that complies with the highest hygiene and safety standards from the Department of Health and the Ministry of Public health.

The Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration (SHA) project is a collaboration between the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), the Ministry of Public Health, the Department of Disease Control, the Department of Health as well as public and private sector partners which aims to elevate the country’s tourism industry standards.

Being awarded SHA certification means that the hotel along with the Cliff Spa and all of its MICE Meeting venues have undergone a strict inspection and passed the SHA’s good standards of hygiene, health and cleanliness in accordance with the nationwide measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Full Story: TTRWeekly