Two more Omicron cases in Thailand

BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): Thailand has found two more Omicron Covid-19 cases, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration confirmed on Wednesday (Dec 8), taking total Omicron cases to three as of now.

The two new cases are Thai female translators who arrived in the kingdom after attending meetings in Nigeria on Nov 28. They have been receiving medical treatment while in quarantine for a week.

Thailand’s first Omicron case is a 35-year-old American businessman, who was found on Dec 3 to be infected. He had travelled from Spain on Nov 30 after living there for a year.

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