An elderly Thai woman with the Covid19 virus among the members has reportedly died while waiting for an ambulance to take her to a hospital from her home in Bang Kho Laem, Bangkok. Free beds were reportedly not available in Bangkok hospitals at the time.
According to the Drama addict website, there were three elderly women in the house, all of whom had tested positive for the Covid19 and were waiting for ambulances to take them to a hospital.
The report goes on to say that due to the high infection rate in Bangkok, most hospitals do not have beds available. Elderly people should also wait for transport, even though they are at high risk for severe symptoms.
The state centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) yesterday reported a record 2,070 new infections and four deaths. This brings the total number of Covid-related deaths in Thailand to 121.
On Friday, the number of confirmed cases in Thailand has risen to 50,183. To date, 30,189 have been recovered and discharged from hospitals, while 19,873 are still under treatment. With 125 new Covid-19 cases, Chonburi’s provincial health department reported the highest number of people infected this Friday morning.
87,465 people have currently received their first vaccination with the Covid-19 vaccine, while 12,520 have received their second vaccination. This brings the total number of doses administered in Thailand to 964,825.
It is important for you as a guest in Thailand to know that the measures and developments regarding the Covid19 virus (can) change at any time, do not blame your news bear if he does not report the changes in time.