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Bangkok, Thailand’s new crown epidemic improves in northern Chiang Mai province and four southern provinces intensify | Epidemic

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Original title: The new crown epidemic in Bangkok, Thailand improves, the northern Chiang Mai province and the southern 4 provinces intensify the epidemic Source: Qingtong perspective

The director of the Department of Disease Control of the Ministry of Health of Thailand, Opa, said on the 21st that after strict epidemic prevention and intensified vaccination, the new crown epidemic in the capital Bangkok has gradually improved, and it is expected that the number of new cases in a single day will drop to less than 1,000. However, at the same time, the four provinces of Narathiwat, Songkhla, Pattani and Yala in the south of the epidemic are intensifying. The total number of new cases in these four provinces exceeds 2,000 daily. The main causes of infection are people gatherings and family members. Infectious, and the vaccination rate is not high, the first shot vaccination rate is only about 40%. The local epidemic prevention department has adopted a partial closed management method, and the Ministry of Health has also urgently allocated 500,000 doses of vaccines for the area. In addition, the recent epidemic rebound in northern Chiang Mai province, with 412 new cases on the 21st, and the province’s vaccination rate has reached 71%.

The Thai government’s goal is to vaccinate 100 million doses of the new crown vaccine in early December. At present, 68 million of the country’s total population of approximately 70 million have received at least one dose of the vaccine.

Headquarters reporter Li Min

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