Covid infections see sharp rise

Covid infections see sharp rise

Covid infections see sharp rise
Next month, Covid-19 power measures remained in effect at Wat Ratchanatda School in Bangkok. ( Photo: Nutthawat Wichieanbut )

Covid- 19 cases next year jumped by at least 900 on the previous year, with one accident recorded each day, the Public Relations Department’s Covid- 19 Information Centre revealed.

According to its document published on Monday, 2, 762 persons were hospitalised for Covid- 19 care from June 2–8, an average of 395 individuals a moment.

The number increased by 48.3 %, from May 26–June 1, in which 1, 863 treated circumstances, or 266 cases a day, were recorded.

At least one person per day reportedly passes away from the disease in both months.

Since January, 23, 245 individuals have been hospitalised with Covid- 19, with the number of deaths reported at 137 thus far, according to the data facility’s report.

Dr. Thira Woratanarat from Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Medicine issued a caution on his Instagram page about the virus’s peak season spreading.

However, the Centre for Medical Genomics, Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University posted data on its Facebook section on Monday&nbsp, about the new era of Covid- 19 vaccination be developed using the KP. 2 post- feature as its foundation. &nbsp,

It claimed that analysts had employed the KP. 2 sub- feature as the product’s base to help some patterns of the sub- feature mutation, especially the V1104L- type.

Additionally, the center added that because at least 22.5 % of American Covid- 19 patients had KP, researchers chose this sub-variant for vaccine development. 2.

According to the research, the KP. 2 vaccine used the V1104L- type sub- variant mutation to help with its efficacy maximisation, which led to a quicker response at the antibody level.

The KP. 2- based vaccine is now awaiting approval from global organisations, including the World Health Organization ( WHO ), and is to be used as the main Covid- 19 vaccine for the 2024–2025 season, said the centre.

The most recent edition of the national Covid- 19 diagnosis and treatment guidelines was released on June 5th, according to the Department of Disease Control ( DDC ).

This edition made changes to the guidelines for antivirus drug prescriptions and suggestions for Covid- 19 patients.