The COVID-19 Management Center of the Thai government reported on the 10th that 789 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported in the country on the same day.
The director of the Disease Control Department of the Ministry of Health of Thailand said on the same day that the severity of this round of the epidemic is greater than before.
Nearly 3,000 people have been infected since April 1. In the past three days, the epidemic has rapidly spread to 62 of the 77 provinces across the country. Traced back to the source of the virus infection is all pointed to the entertainment venues in Tongluo District, Bangkok.
Bangkok is the outbreak site and hardest hit area of this round of epidemic. More than 1,000 people have been infected, and the infected people have spread to all walks of life.
At present, the Thai government has ordered the cancellation of all official activities of Songgan Festival (Water Splashing Festival).
Entertainment venues in 41 provinces across the country have been closed for at least 14 days, and 28 provinces across the country have required people from high-risk areas of the epidemic to be quarantined for 14 days, but they have not banned cross-prefectural travel.