Two-day baby girl got sick, the youngest in the country

Two-day baby girl got sick, the youngest in the country

On February 10, Dr. Taweesil Wissanu Yothin, a spokesman for the Coronavirus Disease Situation Management Center 2019 (COVID-19) or PCD reported on the situation of the COVID-19 epidemic in Thailand that There are 157 new HIV cases, 144 with domestic and 13 foreign infections, resulting in the cumulative total of 23,903 cases of COVID, 18,914 cases have been recovered, and today there are 1 deaths. Case

Dr. Thaweesil said that 157 patients came from 38 surveillance and service systems, 106 active search in communities or factories, 8 foreign and state quarantine arrivals, and eight overseas arrivals. From Indonesia 5 cases

Dr. Thaweesil said the death toll was reported to be the 80th case from COVID-19. The new wave is the 20th case, a 65-year-old Thai woman, has a underlying disease, laryngeal cancer. Have chronic renal failure in the last term High blood fat Having a history of contact with a family infected person from Samut Sakhon Province, a member of this family Who live in the same house, have been infected 5 out of 8 people

The reporter reported that Dr. Thaweesilp. Also disclosed information The youngest infected person was found in the country, a 2-day-old female infant infected with COVID-19 in Samut Sakhon Province, Samutsakhon Province today, a total of 28 cases were found, 6 males, aged 21-56 years. 22 women, age 2 days-60 years, divided into Thai nationality 22 cases, Myanmar nationality 6

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