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Thailand reports record number of COVID-19 infections


Bangkok, Jul 30 (EFE/EPA).- Thailand, which is experiencing its worst Covid-19 outbreak since the beginning of the pandemic due to the strong impact of the delta variant, recorded a record number of infections Friday with 17,345 new cases and 117 deaths.Bangkok and twelve other provinces are under partial lockdown, which imposes a night curfew and limits meetings to five people, the closure of restaurants and leisure establishments, among other measures.The vaccination campaign, which began in February, is lagging behind the initial schedule presented by the government, and so far only about 5 percent of the eligible population has received the full course. (Camera: NARONG SANGNAK).SHOT LIST: THAI MILITARY OFFICIALS WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING WHILE WAITING FOR THE COVID-19 PATIENTS ARRIVAL TO BOARD THE ARMY TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT FOR BRINGING THEM BACK TO THEIR HOMELAND PROVINCE, AT THE AVIATION DIVISION ARMY MOVEMENT CENTER, IN BANGKOK, THAILAND.

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