COVID-19 Thailand Public Data

This page collects up-to-date information on COVID-19 spread at the Province-level in Thailand in English Language as PDF reports. The daily reports start from April 12th 2021, during the 3rd Wave:

Latest Information:

Disclaimer: These PDF reports are made available “as is and with no guarantees” to offer some added clarity, especially for non-Thai readers, for risk assessment decisions. Links to sources are included to confirm up-to-date (and some outdated**) sources. The PDF reports contain collated data released by the ministry of public health (MOPH) and by the centre for COVID-19 situation administration (CCSA) (including the CCSA daily briefings) among other data sources, such as mobility behaviour and social behaviour analysis. Details of these related public data sources can be found at the bottom of the page and within the reports.

Typical PDF report release regularity: every couple of days.

Typical Sources release times at 09:00-11:00 (feeds), 13:00-14:00 (cases), and 16:00-18:00 (PUI).


Equivalent Public Data Sources:

In August 2021 (approx.), Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) released a live (or at least daily) COVID-19 Dashboard in Tableau with a range of data topics (although in Thai) which has been the purpose of the reports published above in English – to communicate correct, comprehensive and live data to the public (and ourselves & friends, etc). The topics and data correspond (almost entirely) with their public PDF report data releases (as linked below). For Non-Thai readers, some of the data’s labels can be translated with your web browser, however some cannot.

Since 2020 Thailand’s MOPH continues to release a situation report in English (PDF) with a lag time of several days (currently -5 days) and a situation report in Thai (PDF) (usually -1 day). The situation reports data differs from the reports above; some have more detailed data and some have less detailed data.

Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health had released a daily report on administered vaccinations in Thai (PDF), giving data nationally, by province and in each of the 13 health districts of Thailand. The vaccine reports included planned roll-out and injections administered. On 24/05/2021 MOPH DCD reduced their vaccine PDF report content from comprehensive to limited summary statistics.

From June 1st 2021-June 7th 2021, the summary statistics on vaccines can be found in the MOPH DCD’s daily summary vaccination PDF reports here.

On Thailand’s COVID-19 Test & Vaccine Statistics:

See Dylan Jay’s COVID Thailand Testing Statistics in English which is a daily updated report focused on testing adequacy over the 13 public health areas of Thailand. It’s sources include the Thai MOPH situation reports in Thai, and other recent sources.

On THAILAND’s COVID-19 Ongoing News:

See Richard Barrow’s feeds on Twitter in English and on Facebook for daily news updates, that differ from these data analysis views of the situation, containing information on changes to restrictions and relevant translated Government announcements.

Additional thanks to Myriam Jessier for the cover photo.