Highlights in 7 colors – Covid-19 Today, there are 7,587 new cases, 19 deaths, while the Ministry of Public Health A subspecies of Omicron BA.2 has been found in Thailand, 14 people have died, 1 person has died.
Dr. Supakit Sirilak, Director-General of the Department of Medical Sciences Ministry of Health Revealing the surveillance of Covid-19 Omicron strain BA.2 (BA two) in Thailand that 14 people have been found in this strain, 9 people have traveled from abroad, 5 have been infected in the country, and 1 has died in the southern area. Therefore, it cannot be said that Is there violence now? But the information of more than 7,000 omikron species has been sent to the Department of Medical Services for follow-up and found that 7 people have died, or 0.1 percent.
For the BA.2 subspecies, no differences were observed from the BA.1 subspecies in their ability to rapidly infect, severe symptoms or dodge immunity from infection. or vaccinated, and the RT-PCR and ATK test kits can also detect
for delta species 127 subspecies have been found, some of which are delta plus. plus the location where the vaccine is not found, but not many, but it is worth watching is when the delta species was replaced by the Omicron species. Watch out for any further mutations.
The situation of COVID-19 Today, there are 7,587 new patients, 81,299 are in treatment, 519 in severe condition, 97 on ventilators. Today, 19 deaths have been reported, with more than 22,000 deaths from Covid-19.
The highest number of cases were in Bangkok, with a high of 1,683, followed by Samut Prakan with 644. Phuket, Chonburi and Nonthaburi topped the list for vaccination. Accumulated more than 113 million doses, which is the 3 dose that stimulates the immune system, nearly 13 million people, or 18.4%.
For vaccinating children 5-11 years old, the latest Pfizer vaccine for children. or the first lot of orange caps arrived in Thailand today and began to inject children with 7 congenital diseases on January 31, this is the first group Then it’s the queue for elementary school students on February 1 next.