Of the 82 new deaths announced by the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), 45 were men, aged 10 to 94. By nationality, they were 79 Thais, a Chinese, a Vietnamese and a Cambodian.
The latter was 10 years old and had no health problems in Sa Kaeo, the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) said during its Saturday afternoon briefing.
In addition to the death of the Cambodian child, Thailand also reported 14 imported cases of CVID-19, including seven from Cambodia (nationality not determined) Russia (1), Sweden (2), Germany (3) and Myanmar (1).
Thailand has registered 10,648 new cases of Covid-19 and 82 new deaths in the past 24 hours, the Ministry of Public Health announced on Saturday morning.
The number of cases increased by 162 from the previous day while the number of deaths decreased by 12.
Authorities also reported that 25.3 million people, or about 38.2 percent of the population, are now fully vaccinated, with 36.95 million having received a first dose.
The government aims to deliver 100 million doses to ensure full coverage of 70% of the population by the end of the year. So far he has administered 62.3 million strokes.
Of the new cases reported nationally, 10,573 were in the general population and 111 in inmates.
A total of 10,794 Covid patients were discharged from hospitals on Friday.
Since April 1, the date of the start of the third wave of Covid, the country has treated 1,743,975 patients, of which 1,619,829 have recovered.
Since the start of the pandemic early last year, 1,772,838 people have contracted the disease and 1,647,255, or 92.9%, have recovered.
The cumulative number of deaths is 18,111, with all but 96 of those deaths having occurred since April 1.
- Key words: Cambodian workers in Thailand, COVID-19 in Thailand