Thailand has reported its first coronavirus death in more than 100 days, after an infected Thai citizen had returned from abroad earlier this month, Reuters reports.
The 54-year old man, who was an interpreter based in Saudi Arabia working for the Thai labour ministry, had been treated in a Bangkok hospital for two weeks and died on Friday, Somsak Akksilp, head of the Department Medical Services.
#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as of 18 Sep 2020
Thailand reported 7 new confirmed cases from people on repatriation flights
New Confirmed Cases: 7
Cumulative number of cases: 3,497 (+7)
Receiving medical treatments: 111
Recoveries: 3,328 (+3)
Fatalities: 58(+0) pic.twitter.com/UqReJo1Hqs
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