Thailand reports eight new coronavirus cases in state quarantine and one death on Friday

Thailand’s government on Friday said that it had discovered eight new case of coronavirus in the last 24 hours with one fatality.

The death toll is now at 60.

Five of the eight new patients are from Myanmar (3), India (1), and Switzerland. Three of the new patients are Thai returnees from The Netherlands (1), Saudi Arabia (1), and Ukraine (1).

The new discoveries bring the total number of cases up to 3,816.

16 new patients have recovered from the virus with the total number of discharged patients now at 3,639.

Currently, 119 people remain in the hospital.

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