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Covid-19 hospitalisation rate continues to drop around Thailand

Some good news from Thailand’s Department of Disease Control, which has confirmed that the rate of Covid hospitalisation is continuing to drop. According to a Nation Thailand report, the last week saw an average of 21 patients per day being hospitalised with the virus. This is down from 29 the previous week.

Between February 26 and March 4, a total of 147 Covid-19 patients were hospitalised, compared to 203 the week before. Data from the DDC reveals that since January 1, there have been 4,263 Covid-19 patients admitted to hospital.

In the last week, there have been 7 Covid-related deaths, down from 8 the week before. The DDC says the total number of fatalities in Thailand since January 1 is 249. There are currently 62 Covid patients being treated for lung issues, with 42 people on ventilators.

In terms of Covid vaccination, Thailand has administered 144.871 million doses as of March 4. Of those, 57.226 million were first doses, 53.719 million were second, and 33.926 million were booster doses.

SOURCE: Nation Thailand

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