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Thai Public Health Ministry Reports No New COVID-19 Cases

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COVID-19 checking point at shopping mall entrance, temperature check and hand gel. Tesco-Lotus in Koh Samui

COVID-19 checking point at shopping mall entrance, temperature check and hand gel. Tesco-Lotus in Koh Samui. Photo: Per Meistrup. CC BY-SA 4.0.


BANGKOK, July 7 (TNA) – The Public Health Ministry reported no new cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infection and no new deaths from the disease.

Dr Sophon Iamsirithaworn, director of the ministry’s Bureau of General Communicable Diseases, said as there was not a new case of COVID-19, the total remained at 3,195. Of them, 2,444 were locally infected and 258 were found in state quarantine facilities.

Full story: mcot.net

TNA


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