No new confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in Thailand for first day in several months
By Sun Guangyong
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Bangkok (People's Daily) - Thailand on Wednesday confirmed no new cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus, the first day with no new cases in several months. The kingdom has had 3,017 cases since the virus first arrived in January.

A total of 117 patients remain hospitalized,  2,844 have recovered and returned home, and 56 died from complications related to the disease, according to Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health.


Thailand has enforced a national curfew since April 3. All nationals except medics, emergency workers and personnel delivering medical supplies and patients, have been urged to stay at home. 

The national coronavirus response authority decided to extend the state of emergency for another month until May 31 as the curfew and other travel restrictions have slowed the spread of disease. 

Open-air markets, sports grounds, restaurants and other public venues have reopened on May 3.