Thailand virus toll rises by 107; total at 934

Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health confirmed on Wednesday 107 more coronavirus patients bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 934.

It is the fourth straight day that the total number of cases rose by a 100 or more patients.

Of that number 70 people have been discharged while 860 remain in hospital.

“Despite our advice, there are still people going out to gatherings causing these continued rises in numbers,” Ministry spokesman Dr Taweesin Visanayothin. “Please help us and protect yourself and healthcare professionals.”

Among the new cases were two healthcare professionals.

Areas

The virus has now spread across 46 provinces (breakdown in numbers here) with more expected as internal migrants return home following the shutdown of large metropolitan areas. 

Exposure 
The Ministry of Public Health has released an exposure chart showing dates and times where members of the public could have been at risk. 

We have that breakdown here –> Full Story

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