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Today, the CCSA reported 6,073 new Covid-19 infections, down 486 since yesterday, and 32 Coronavirus-related deaths, half as many as yesterday. Since April 1, in the latest wave of the virus in Thailand, a total of 2,072,086 confirmed Covid-19 infections have been reported.

COVID-19 SATURDAY: 6,073 infections, 32 deaths, provincial data | News by Thaiger

In the 24 hour period since the last count, the CCSA has reported 6,538 recoveries, up 337 from yesterday. There are now 79,780 people currently receiving treatment for Covid-19, down 497 from yesterday, including 1,385 in the ICU and 332 on ventilators.
COVID-19 SATURDAY: 6,073 infections, 32 deaths, provincial data | News by Thaiger

Of the new Covid-19 infections, 169 were found in correctional facilities, 214 were identified by community testing, and 5,633 were uncovered by walk-in testing. 4,260 antigen test kits were used, though their results are officially considered inconclusive.

COVID-19 SATURDAY: 6,073 infections, 32 deaths, provincial data | News by Thaiger

COVID-19 VACCINES

While the official figures from the Department of Disease Control have been changed and revised frequently, with daily figures sometimes being changed by hundreds of thousands of vaccines, the below represents the most current information on Covid-19 vaccinations the DDC has released, however accurate it may be.

COVID-19 SATURDAY: 6,073 infections, 32 deaths, provincial data | News by ThaigerCOVID-19 SATURDAY: 6,073 infections, 32 deaths, provincial data | News by Thaiger

COVID-19 PROVINCIAL TOTALS

COVID-19 SATURDAY: 6,073 infections, 32 deaths, provincial data | News by Thaiger

The provinces with the highest number of new Covid-19 infections over the last 24 hours are as follows:

PROVINCETODAYFROM YESTERDAYTOTAL
1Bangkok704420,065
6Songkhla44159,992
14Nakhon Si Thammarat36639,626
22Surat Thani28024,671
20Chiang Mai27525,720
3Chonburi200107,124
9Pattani18245,402
5Prisons16983,556
12Ratchaburi16840,540
2Samut Prakan150128,195

Full provincial Covid-19 figures are below:

RANKCENTRAL PROVINCESTODAYTOTAL
1Bangkok704420,065
2Samut Prakan150128,195
4Samut Sakhon3793,739
7Nonthaburi9959,405
13Pathum Thani8739,681
15Nakhon Pathom3434,577
17Saraburi7331,928
19Ayutthaya7431,357
31Lopburi4817,599
37Nakhon Sawan5215,897
40Suphan Buri7014,293
44Phetchabun4611,001
45Ang Thong010,879
46Nakhon Nayok2710,822
47Samut Songkhram1110,745
53Kamphaeng Phet238,106
54Phitsanulok627,914
58Sukhothai26,199
60Phichit125,265
68Sing Buri143,415
69Uthai Thani13,306
72Chai Nat252,714
RANKEASTERN PROVINCESTODAYTOTAL
3Chonburi200107,124
10Rayong7844,494
16Chachoengsao4934,423
21Prachinburi9725,051
27Chanthaburi5221,408
36Sa Kaeo5916,534
52Trat818,681
RANKNORTHERN PROVINCESTODAYTOTAL
20Chiang Mai27525,720
61Chiang Rai435,221
64Uttaradit104,506
67Lamphun763,637
71Lampang93,002
73Nan192,667
74Phayao162,545
76Mae Hong Son232,405
78Phrae21,962
RANKNORTHEASTERN PROVINCESTODAYTOTAL
18Nakhon Ratchasima9831,796
26Khon Kaen10822,088
28Ubon Ratchathani11021,339
29Udon Thani5819,933
32Surin1517,522
33Buriram1117,217
34Sisaket4317,054
41Roi Et3613,105
43Maha Sarakham1311,148
48Chaiyaphum2710,505
50Kalasin299,794
55Sakon Nakhon07,808
59Yasothon75,453
62Nakhon Phanom85,001
63Nong Bua Lamphu64,543
65Nong Khai144,344
66Loei74,160
70Amnat Charoen33,048
75Mukdahan42,417
77Bueng Kan32,242
RANKSOUTHERN PROVINCESTODAYTOTAL
6Songkhla44159,992
8Yala10546,598
9Pattani18245,402
11Narathiwat7441,091
14Nakhon Si Thammarat36639,626
22Surat Thani28024,671
35Phuket14916,681
38Trang10615,478
39Chumphon8214,645
42Phatthalung10611,460
49Krabi9210,030
51Ranong69,636
56Satun747,074
57Phang Nga496,294
RANKWESTERN PROVINCESTODAYTOTAL
12Ratchaburi16840,540
23Tak8423,939
24Phetchaburi2923,699
25Kanchanaburi4122,992
30Prachuap Khiri Khan7317,918
RANKPRISONSTODAYTOTAL
5Prisons16983,556

SOURCE: CCSA

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