Covid beds, severe symptoms, up 17%, 460 cases of tube insertion, likely to be extinguished still high

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Thailand’s covid situation is still stable, new cases 1.6 thousand, seriously ill, up to 925, 460 intubated, beds in severe condition increased to 17%, today’s death toll is lower than 30, but the trend is still higher.

On July 31, the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CDC) reported the daily situation of COVID-19 that today, 1,664 new cases of RT-PCR and ATK have been reported, totaling 4,590,176 cases, 2,800 recoveries, accumulated. 4,535,630 cases, 26 deaths, total 31,385 cases, 23,161 are in treatment, 11,189 are in Sanam Hospital and others, and 11,972 are in the hospital. Of these, 925 are seriously ill, 460 are intubated. 2-3 or red yellow 17% No reported cases of infection in prison There is 1 infected person traveling from abroad. Overview of the new patient graph. pneumonia patients intubation and the death toll continues to rise

For the COVID-19 vaccination on July 30, 2022, 35,135 doses were administered, cumulatively 141,573,519 doses, divided into the first dose 57,134,928 doses, equivalent to 82.1%, the second dose 53,494,397 doses, representing 76.9%, and the third dose up to 28,132. Cumulative doses of 30,944,194 doses, representing 44.5%, while the booster injection in the elderly group 60 years and over can inject 6,235,356 doses, representing 49.1%, and vaccination in the age group 5-11 years old can inject 3,247,045 doses. accounted for 63% and the second dose 2,277,211 doses or 44.2%

While the Department of Disease Control reported the number of new COVID-19 cases per province, it was found that the 10 provinces with the highest new cases were 1. Bangkok 1,019 cases 2. Samut Prakan 205 cases 3. Chonburi 65 cases 4. Khon Kaen 38 cases. 5. Pathum Thani 33 cases 6. Samut Sakhon 32 cases 7. Buriram 26 cases 8. Nonthaburi 25 cases 9. Sukhothai 22 cases and 10. Chiang Mai 15 cases Overall, there are reports of cases in 51 provinces. No reported cases in 26 provinces, namely Kanchanaburi, Kamphaeng Phet, Chainat, Chaiyaphum. Tak, Narathiwat, Nan, Bueng Kan, Prachin Buri, Pattani, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Phayao, Phang Nga, Phatthalung, Phetchabun, Mukdahan, Mae Hong Son, Yasothon, Lop Buri, Lampang, Sakon Nakhon, Satun, Samut Songkhram, Sing Buri, Suphan Buri and Amnat Charoen.

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