Today’s total of 637 COVID-19 cases, 10 more deaths

epidemic situation ofCovid-19 daily epidemic situation management centercoronavirus disease 2019 or Prof. The latest report on the epidemic situation of coronavirus disease 2019, on 29 September 2022, found637 new COVID-19 cases income Resulting in the cumulative total of 4,680,470 confirmed cases until todayATK) Between 18-24 September 2022, 81,258 cases, 8,117,241 cumulative cases.

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by Today there are10 more deaths Causing a new wave of outbreaks since January 2022 with a cumulative death toll of 11,057 people while An overview of deaths from the COVID-19 situation A total of 32,755 deaths were reported.

In addition, 6,365 people are still being treated, and 790 have returned home since January 1, 2022, with 2,472,856 total recoveries since January 1, 2022.

The situation of COVID-19 infection in the country

From January 1, 2022 to September 29, 2022, there were 637 new cases of COVID-19, making a new wave of the outbreak (Jan 2022) havingThe total number of confirmed cases is 2,457,035.

Today's total of 637 COVID-19 cases, 10 more deaths

Covid-19 vaccination situation

Summarize number of gainscumulative vaccineThe cumulative number of vaccinations from February 28, 2021 – September 27, 2022, totaling 143,303,904 doses in 77 provinces. Overview of vaccinations on September 27, 2022, the total number of vaccinations nationwide 17,361 doses.

  • 1st needle: 2,274 cases
  • Second needle: 3,731 cases
  • Needle 3: 11,356 cases

Number of people who received the first dose of vaccine: 57,324,244

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Cumulative number of people who received the second dose vaccination: 53,831,889

Cumulative number of people who received the 3rd dose vaccination: 32,147,771

Today's total of 637 COVID-19 cases, 10 more deaths

Source: MOPH-IC

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