Eight new Covid-19 cases found in state quarantine

Thailand’s government said on Thursday that it had discovered eight cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours in state quarantine.

The patients are six Thai returnees from Germany (1), Japan (1), Italy (1), and the United Kingdom (3), including two foreigners from India (1) and Spain (1).

The new discovery brings the total number of cases up to 3,888.

There are no new fatalities leaving the death toll at 60.

Thirteen people have recovered from the virus in the past 24 hours. This brings the total number of discharged patients to 3,742.

Currently, 86 people remain in hospital.

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