“10 provinces with the most infections” Bangkok is declining, another 9 provinces send positive signals for covids starting to reduce


COVID-19 Information Center Situation Report “The number of people infected with coronavirus” update “10 provinces with the most infections” Bangkok New infections have been found to be high, with 1,202 more infected today, while the remaining provinces are about 100 new cases and many provinces under a hundred. The number of new infections in 10 provinces has continued to decline, which is a good signal after the last two years of the COVID-19 outbreak. is severe in Thailand

As for the mortality rate today, the number of deaths has continued to decline today. Only 24 people have died, with 20 of the most infected and dying in the aged 60 and over, or about 83% of the total. deceased 4 people with chronic disease

“10 provinces with the most infections” Bangkok has the most traffic as of 29 May 65 as follows:
1.Bangkok 1,202 cases
2. Buriram 128 cases
3. Khon Kaen 127 cases
4. Chonburi 94 cases
5. Surin 88 cases
6. Nonthaburi 78 cases
7. Samut Prakan 78 cases
8. Sakon Nakhon 71 cases
9. Maha Sarakham 71 cases
10. Chaiyaphum 69 cases

infection situation “Covid 19” In the country on Sunday, May 29, 2022 at 11.30 am. Information from January 1, 2022.

– 3,649 new patients
-Accumulated 2,219,213 confirmed cases
– 2,199,445 people have recovered
– 8,274 cumulative deaths

Data accumulated since 2020
– Accumulated 4,442,648 confirmed cases
– 4,367,939 people have recovered
– 29,972 cumulative deaths
-During February 28, 2021 – May 28, 2022

A total of 137,522,168 doses of vaccine recipients were received on May 28, 2022.
– The 1st needle of 28,861 cases
-Second needle of 75,355 cases
– The 3rd needle, 141,221 cases

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