Thailand reports 789 new coronavirus infections, one new death

Reuters | Bangkok | Updated: 10-04-2021 09:45 IST | Created: 10-04-2021 09:43 IST
Thailand reports 789 new coronavirus infections, one new death
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Thailand reported 789 new coronavirus infections on Saturday and one new death, as the country deals with a fresh wave of infections after tackling earlier outbreaks.

The new cases took the total number of infections to 31,658, with 97 deaths, according to the COVID-19 information centre.

Also Read: Thailand says it does not push back refugees from Myanmar

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