‘Prof.’ opens a new total of infections in one day. Bangkok is infected with 3,997 people. 45 people die. 5 people die at home.

‘Prof.’ opens a new total of infections in one day. Bangkok is infected with 3,997 people. 45 people die. 5 people die at home.

On July 28, the Center for the Epidemic of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Situation Administration (CDC) reported the situation of COVID-19 in Thailand as of July 28, 2021. New cases were found. In Thailand, the number of 16,533 cases is a new record set (new high) continuously. Divided into 16,321 domestic cases, 10 foreign cases, and 202 cases from prisons or detention centers, the death toll was 133, bringing the total number of deaths to 4,303, representing 0.84%. 10,051 people are home and 178,270 are still in hospital, of which 4,325 are critically ill, 995 are on ventilators.

The distribution of infected people in Bangkok and its surrounding provinces is the most heavily controlled and strictly controlled area. also the largest group With 7,536 new cases, 83 deaths and four southern border provinces. 893 new infections, 6 deaths, while in other provinces in 67 provinces, 7,892 more new cases and 42 deaths. 3,997 cases, Samut Sakhon 1,147 cases, Samut Prakan 1,088 cases, Chonburi 864 cases, and Kanchanaburi 584 cases.

The number of deaths was high, found that the highest number of deaths was in Bangkok, at 45 and distributed in the dark red provinces, namely Samut Prakan 12, Nonthaburi 10, Nakhon Pathom 9 and Samut Sakhon 7. All lives were in the high-risk group, namely Elderly people and people with congenital diseases, the top 3 of congenital diseases found to have the most deaths are 1. High blood pressure. 67 accumulated deaths, 2. diabetes, 53 cumulative deaths, and 3. hypercholesterolemia. The cumulative death of 31 people, with the mean time of the day of infection until death, about 9 days, the longest 38 days, including found that 5 people died at home, divided into 3 Samut Prakan, Bangkok 1 person and Chachoengsao 1 person.

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