Details on the eight reported deaths of Covid-19 in Thailand today, all eight had underlying medical conditions

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The Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) in Bangkok today (April 24th) reported a total of eight deaths, all with underlying medical conditions, from the Covid-19 coronavirus.

Thailand announced 2,827 new domestic confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the Kingdom this morning (April 24th) with 12 imported cases for a total of 2,839 cases of the virus with eight new deaths reported.

Read more about our previous story in the link below.

https://thepattayanews.com/2021/04/24/recap-thailand-announces-2827-new-daily-domestic-cases-of-covid-19-12-imported-with-eight-deaths/

The top three cities with the most Covid – 19 cases reported today is Bangkok with 1,582, Chiang Mai with 151, and Chonburi with 119.

The province of Chonburi, Thailand, which includes Pattaya, announced this morning on their social media channels a total of 119 new, confirmed cases of Covid-19. On the bright side 146 people were released from medical care and fully recovered in the past day!

Read more about our story in the link below.

https://thepattayanews.com/2021/04/24/119-covid-19-confirmed-and-new-cases-in-the-chonburi-area-this-morning-says-public-health-department/

Details about the eight deaths in Thailand today are:

  1. Thai man, 48, lived in Samut Prakan. He had diabetes. He visited a nightclub in Si Nakharin. On April 12th started to have suspicious symptoms. On April 18th he was confirmed with Covid -19. He was pronounced dead on April 22nd.
  2. Thai woman, 83, lived in Bangkok. She had diabetes, high blood pressure and Hyperlipidemia (blood has too many lipids). She was in close contact with a previous confirmed case. On April 18th she started to have suspicious symptoms. Later that day she was confirmed with Covid -19. She was pronounced dead on April 22nd.
  3. Thai man, 89, lived in Bangkok. He was bedridden and had intestinal cancer. He was a close contact with a previous confirmed case. On April 22nd he started to have suspicious symptoms. On April 23rd he was confirmed with Covid -19 and was pronounced dead on the same day.
  4. Thai man, 63, lived in Bangkok. He had high blood pressure and Gout. He was a close contact with a previous confirmed case. On April 11th he started to have suspicious symptoms. On April 22nd he was confirmed with Covid -19. On April 23rd he was pronounced dead.
  5. Thai man, 68, lived in Chachoengsao. He had high blood pressure, Hyperlipidemia and Cardiac Arrhythmia. He was a close contact with a previous confirmed case. On April 10th he started to have suspicious symptoms. On April 11th he was confirmed with Covid -19. On April 22nd he was pronounced dead.
  6. Thai woman, 82, lived in Samut Prakan. She had cervical cancer. She was a close contact with a previous confirmed case. On April 14th she was confirmed with Covid -19. On April 20th she was pronounced dead.
  7. Thai man, 75 lived in Nakhon Sawan. He had high blood pressure, Hyperlipidemia, and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia / prostate enlargement (increase in the size of the prostate gland). He was a close contact with a previous confirmed case. On April 9th he started to have suspicious symptoms. On April 11th he was confirmed with Covid -19. On April 22nd he was pronounced dead.
  8. Thai man, 62, lived in Nonthaburi. He had chronic kidney failure. He had recently visited a Bangkok area nightclub. On April 18th he reported feeling tired and ill. On April 21st  he was confirmed with Covid -19. On April 23rd he was pronounced dead.

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