Three new coronavirus cases discovered in the past 24 hours

The Thai government said on Thursday that it had discovered 3 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours.

Two of the new coronavirus cases were discovered in Bangkok with one more discovered in state quarantine.

One of the cases, discovered in Bangkok, saw the patient visiting a barber shop on Prachacheun Road. Government spokesman Dr Thaweesin Visanuyothin said that the relevant authorities are tracking down potential cases and notifying those that may have been in contact.

The new numbers brings the total number of cases discovered in the country to 3,037 total cases.

There were no new fatalities with the death toll still at 56.

9 more patient has recovered bringing the total number of discharged patients to 2,897.

84 people remain in hospital.

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