Thailand logged five new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, raising its total caseload to 3,402.
According to the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration, one new case is a Thai businesswoman, 26, who arrived from Oman on Aug. 17. She was quarantined in Chonburi Province and tested positive while being asymptomatic.
Another case is a Thai female spa employee, 47. She arrived from Turkey on Aug. 19 and was brought to quarantine in Bangkok. She was confirmed as a new Covid-19 case on her second test on Aug. 23 while showing no symptoms.
Two new cases were from Indonesia. One is a 27-year-old Thai male student and the other is a 20-year-old Thai woman. They were quarantined in Chonburi and tested positive in their first tests on Aug. 23 while having no symptoms.
The other new case is a Thai male worker aged 46 who arrived from the United States on Aug. 23. He told disease control officials that he had earlier had Covid-19. An immediate test showed he still had the disease while being asymptomatic.
The total of 3,402 cases in the country included 3,229 who recovered. The death toll stood at 58.