Covid-19 AFTERNOON UPDATE Saturday: provincial totals

Covid-19 infections and deaths have been pretty consistent over the past week but today’s 253 deaths reported over the last 24 hours is a disappointing bounce from the 189 deaths reported yesterday. The number of daily Covid-19 infections remained steadily around the 15,000 mark for more than per week, with the past 24 hours seeing 15,191 infections. 726 of those reported infections had been from prisons in Thailand.
Meanwhile, 18,721 sufferers have been released from care in hospitals, area hospitals and different medical amenities, continuing the optimistic pattern of having more people recovering from Covid-19 each day than are being infected. This development has continued for the previous 2 weeks.
In Phuket, a document of four Covid-19 deaths in 1 day ended per week of jumps in the dying toll, which saw in a single week nearly the identical quantity of deaths Phuket noticed up to now 5 months. According to :
In the provinces, Bangkok remains the province with the highest infections with 3,364; neighbouring Samat Prakan had 1,308 whereas the opposite surrounding Bangkok provinces had within the hundreds. Chonburi within the East jumped to close to a thousand once more with 991 infections, and Ratchaburi leads the West once more with 629 infections. Prachuap Khiri Khan noticed 53 new infections as Hua Hin wrestles the pros and cons of reopening.
In the South, the Deep South saw probably the most infections, significantly Songkhla with 473 new circumstances, whereas the Phuket Sandbox saw 238 infections right now and the Samui Plus program had one hundred seventy new infections in its province, Surat Thani.
The North remains to be the least affected region with all provinces uncovering less than 40 infections, Chiang Mai the most infected with 38 new cases. And in the Northeast, only Nakhon Ratchasima, Khon Kaen, and Udon Thani had over a hundred new infections, with 182, 156, and 131 respectively.
Official COVID-19 update in Thailand, Saturday, 11 September 2021

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