Update “Covid today” 10 provinces infected with the most Bangkok 820 Keep an eye on Phuket, Nonthaburi, Khon Kaen

Continuous update stick to the situation covid today 19 Jan. 65 Stick to the progress. 10 provinces with the most infections from the Situation Administration CenterCovid-19 (CDC) Check. Update 10 provinces. Ranking found.people infected with COVID-19 maximum

amountnew cases of coronavirus in the country On January 19, 2022, check the 10 provinces ranked.

1 Bangkok

2 Samut Prakan

3 Chonburi

4 Phuket

5 Nonthaburi

6 Khon Kaen

7 Pathum Thani

8 Samut Sakhon

9 Ubon Ratchathani

10 Rayong

19/01/2565 Bangkok or Bangkok has the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the country followed by Samut Prakan, Chonburi, Phuket, Nonthaburi, Khon Kaen, Pathum Thani, Samut Sakhon, Ubon Ratchathani and Rayong.


covid vaccination Cumulative number of vaccinations (28 Feb 2021 – 18 Jan 2022)

Total 110,310,481 doses in 77 provinces

Overview of vaccinations on January 18, 2022

Total injection nationwide 481,828 doses

1st needle: 45,031 cases

Second needle: 96,086 cases

Needle 3: 340,711 cases


Number of people who received the first dose of vaccine: 51,879,455

Cumulative number of people who received the second dose vaccination: 47,733,153

Cumulative number of people who received the 3rd dose vaccination: 10,697,873

Source: MOPH-IC










Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 12:30 p.m.

The situation of COVID-19 infection in the country

Information since January 1, 2022

7,122 new cases

121,498 cumulative confirmed cases

72,869 people have recovered

270 cumulative deaths


Data accumulated since 2020

2,344,933 cumulative confirmed cases

2,241,363 people have recovered

21,968 cumulative deaths

Between February 28, 2021 – January 18, 2022

The total number of vaccine recipients was 110,310,481 doses.


On January 18, 2022, people were vaccinated.

The first needle, 45,031 cases

The second dose of 96,086 cases

The 3rd needle, 340,711 cases

COVID-19 Situation Administration Center, COVID19 Information Center


Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) situation around the world

Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 10:00 a.m.

The total number of infected people is 335,286,854.

96,762 severe symptoms

270,790,615 healed

5,573,381 deaths

Ranking of countries with the highest number of infected people

1. United States, 68,766,247 cases

2. India: 37,896,011 cases

3. Brazil, 23,215,551 cases

4. United Kingdom, 15,399,300 cases

5. France, number 14,739,297

Thailand is ranked 26th with 2,344,933 cases

Source: Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration COVID19 Information Center


How to spot the symptoms of covid Omicron

– Cough, sore throat

– Fever, runny nose

– difficulty breathing

– muscle pain, headache

– Decreased smell


– If you’ve been to a high-risk area, you should have an ATK test.

– Even if the vaccination is complete, it should not be underestimated. Observe your symptoms, if they don’t get better, see your doctor.

Source: Bangkok by the Public Relations Office, the Covid-19 Situation Administration Center and the COVID19 Information Center


Social Security Office Ministry of Labor Accelerates coordinating with employers to survey the needs of insurers in M. 33 in vaccination against COVID-19, 3 needles (Booster Dose) via e-service system, as well as establishing vaccination points in Bangkok and 10 key economic areas (Songkhla) Chonburi, Rayong, Chachoengsao, Samut Prakan, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Nakhon Pathom, Samut Sakhon, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya), a total of 33 injection points, starting from 17 Jan. 65 onwards.

The distribution plan for the 3rd dose of Covid-19 vaccine for the month of Jan. 65 has a total of 436,080 doses, divided into the period from 17 to 21 January 65, the amount of 196,680 doses / during the period of 24 – 31 January 65, the amount 239,400 doses…if the insured has any questions about vaccination, they can inquire at the hotline 1506, press 6 and press 7 during 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. every day.

Source: Thai Khu Fah, Covid-19 Situation Administration Center, COVID19 Information Center





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