Thailand reported no new coronavirus cases on Sunday May 24th and no new deaths, maintaining the totals unchanged at 3,040 confirmed cases and 56 fatalities.

Sunday was the fourth day this month with no new cases, said Panprapa Yongtrakul, a spokeswoman for the CCSA (Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration).

Bangkok has the highest number of cases 1,532, followed by Phuket with 226, Nonthaburi with 158, Yala with 125, Samut Prakan with 115, Chon Buri, 86 cases, Pattani, 79 cases, Songkhla, 44 cases, (excluding 19 cases in quarantine and 65 cases in an immigration detention centre), Chiang Mai, 41 cases, and Pathum Thani, 39 cases.

Accumulated infections in Thailand to date total 3,040. The death toll remains at 56, with no new fatalities for the past several days. A total of 2,921 patients have recovered, with 63 others still in hospital.

Meanwhile Thailand’s Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has endorsed the proposal of the National Security Council to extend the country’s current state of emergency until the end of June, but lockdown restrictions should be eased further from June 1st.

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