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Average age of COVID-19 patients in Thailand is 40 years old

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 Back in January, when the first reported cases of coronavirus in Thailand were confirmed as being Chinese nationals aged 61, 74, 68 and 73, respectively, it appeared to reinforce the idea that only the elderly or those with existing health conditions were at risk from COVID-19.

And while it is true that the elderly and sick remain most at risk, many more younger people in Thailand have been confirmed as having the virus.

According to data released by the Ministry of Public Health’s Department of Disease Control, the average age of COVID-19 patients in Thailand is 40 years old…

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