Today (28 Nov 64) the Center for Epidemic Management of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 or Prof. Report on the situation of the epidemic of coronavirus disease 2019 reveals the issues World Health Organization (WHO), which declares that Covid-19 virus New species B.1.1.529 found in South Africa It is a worrisome strain, saying it may spread more rapidly than other strains. There is an increased risk that new strain of covid This will cause re-infection. And there are dangerous changes in the epidemiology of the virus. Covid-19 by WHO The statement was released after a meeting with experts who reviewed the information.
The WHO says the number of infections in South Africa has skyrocketed in recent weeks. This corresponds to the detection of the new virus, which the WHO has named Omicron (Omicron). Omikron is the fifth strain of COVID-19 that the WHO has declared to be. distressing species
- EU plans to suspend travel from Omicron-infested areas
The European Commission (EC) is set to announce recommendations for European Union (EU) member states to suspend all travel from countries with the coronavirus outbreak. new species which is named B.1.1.529 In Botswana, South Africa and Hong Kong, few cases of the new strain have been reported in Botswana, South Africa and Hong Kong so far. This allows them to evade immunity and infect them more easily.
The EC’s recommendations are not legally enforceable as the decision-making powers to suspend travel belong to the respective governments. But the EC’s recommendations will help make international coordination in this area smoother.
- US, Europe, Asia tighten restrictions on travel from South Africa
After the new strain of covid Omicron was found “United States of America” including many countries in Europe and Asia. Started taking measures to curb travel from South Africa.
U.S. officials said flights from South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini, Mozambique and Malawi will be suspended from Monday. Previously, the European Union had already suspended flights from those countries. to stop the spread of the mutated coronavirus
“England” has announced the suspension of flights from six African countries Canada has ordered foreigners who have recently arrived from 7 African countries during 14 days entering the country
while “Belgium” announced that several Omicron strains of COVID-19 were found
part in asia “Singapore” There is a strict ban on travel. including not allowed to transit in Singapore For those arriving from 7 African countries starting this Saturday.
as well as “Japan” That has increased the strictness of those arriving from South Africa. India is accelerating the testing of international arrivals.
- Worldwide, 261 million people have been infected.
“Covid-19 Situation” Worldwide, Sunday, November 28, 2021 at 10:00 a.m., total 261,370,580 cases, 83,148 severe cases, 236,063,945 cured, 5,212,352 deaths.
- Ranking of countries with the highest number of infected people
1. United States, 49,077,695 cases
2. India 34,571,368 cases
3. Brazil: 22,076,863 cases
4. United Kingdom, 10,110,408 cases
5. Russia, 9,536,825 cases
Thailand is ranked 24th with 2,106,813 cases.
- Thailand 5,854 new cases
“Covid-19 Situation” In Thailand, November 28, 64, another 5,854 new cases of COVID-19 were found, the cumulative total of 2,106,813 confirmed cases and 30 more deaths, making a new wave of the outbreak since April 2021, with the total number of confirmed cases being 2,106,813. 20,613 cumulative deaths, while the overall total of 20,707 deaths, 79,250 people who are currently being treated, 1,395 in severe condition, 330 intubated, 6,354 of those who have recovered, have returned home since April 1, 2021, total 1,979,430 cases, 2,006,856 cumulative recoveries
- Found a pregnant woman and a child who died
Of the 30 reported deaths, most of them were 16 males, 14 females, 29 of them Thai and one from Myanmar, with more than half of them being 15 in the south. It was also the highest death toll with 20 (67%) and chronic disease 8 (27%), both of which accounted for 94% of the deaths. In addition, one pregnant woman died, aged 16. Mae Hong Son Province, no congenital disease, and a child aged 9 months, one death, Pattani Province, no congenital disease
- 10 provinces with the highest daily infections
For the number of daily infected with the top 10, Bangkok is still number 1, 664 infected, 2nd Songkhla 377, Nakhon Si Thammarat 355, 4th Surat Thani 277, 5th Chiang Mai 226, 6th Chonburi 205, 7th Pattani 162. 8th place in Samut Prakan 156, 9th Phuket 122 and 10th Rayong 121
- Thailand has vaccinated 92 million doses.
Overview of vaccinations today, it was found that the cumulative number of vaccinations (28 Feb. – 27 Nov 2021) totaled 92,125,296 doses in 77 provinces, divided into
Number of people who received the first dose of vaccine: 47,847,646
Cumulative number of people who received the second dose vaccination: 40,963,885
Cumulative number of people who received the 3rd dose vaccination: 3,313,765
- Overview of vaccinations on November 27, 2021
Total injection nationwide 467,240 doses
1st needle: 196,879 cases
2nd needle: 226,412 cases
Needle 3: 43,949 cases
- Vaccination of “Covid-19 vaccine” in group 608
number of gains “Covid-19 Vaccine” Separated by target group, it was found that the 608 group who received at least the first dose of vaccination is as follows: the elderly group over 60 covers 70%, the group with 7 chronic diseases covers 74.2%, and the pregnant woman covers 18.8%.
- The National Tourism Authority of Thailand accumulated 1.16 hundred thousand.
The results of admissions of travelers entering the Kingdom at Suvarnabhumi Airport, Don Mueang, Chiang Mai, Hung Hin, Phuket and Samui from 1 – 27 November 64, a cumulative 116,323 cases, 149 infections, 0.13% average, divided into:
- Test & Go: 91,673 not quarantined, 69 infected (0.08%)
- Sandbox 19,736 cases, 38 confirmed cases (0.19%).
- 7 days and 10 days quarantine 4,914 cases 41 infected (0.85%)