Covid today, Thailand is close to 7 thousand people, Germany is sick again.

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Today (June 22, 65) the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CDC) revealed that today, 730,579 people have been infected worldwide, and 1,235 people have died. There were reports of 122,597 new cases, France 95,217 people, the United States, 84,120 people, Italy 62,704 people, while Thailand, the total number of infected people is 4,504,929 people, the cumulative death is 30,525 people, ranked 26th in the world.

The number of new cases in Thailand has risen above 2,000 (2,387) and 4,533 are ATK-positive. Of the 21,152 patients undergoing treatment, 10,279 are hospitalized, including lung patients. 608 people with phlebitis, 290 must be on a ventilator, 19 new deaths, 16 have not been vaccinated with a booster needle, the longest treatment is 20 days.

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However, the elderly and people with chronic medical conditions must wear masks and maintain social distancing. to prevent disease Because according to the report of the Nakhon Ratchasima Provincial Public Health Office. It was found that the deceased aged 35 years had a history of thyroid disease and autoimmune diseases. Has a history of vaccination with 3 injections, began to get sick on June 13, 65, had liquid diarrhea 6 times, vomited more than 10 times, was hospitalized but the condition did not improve. Died on June 20, 65 or in the case of the deceased aged 39 years, chronic alcohol disease He became ill with convulsions, breathlessness, was taken to the hospital on 19 June 65 and died on the same day.

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