Thailand logs 10 new Covid imports Tuesday

Thailand logs 10 new Covid imports Tuesday

Election officials in protective face masks on Saturday wait for applicants running for local elections in Khon Kaen set for Dec 20. (Photo by Chakkrapan Natanri)
Election officials in protective face masks on Saturday wait for applicants running for local elections in Khon Kaen set for Dec 20. (Photo by Chakkrapan Natanri)

Thailand on Tuesday recorded 10 new coronavirus cases, all imported, taking the total number of infections to 3,797. No new deaths were reported.

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration said five of the new cases were Thai nationals returning home, and the other five were foreigners who had flown in from overseas.

The centre did not provide many details on the new cases. One Thai woman had returned from Bahrain, one from Saudi Arabia and one from the Czech Republic.  A Thai man and woman had flown back from Germany.

The foreigners included a woman from Russia, a man from Azerbaijan, a man from Bangladesh, a man from France and an Israeli man.

The centre did not report when the new cases arrived in the country and when the tests were carried out.


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