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Another 500,000 Sinovac vaccines arrived in Thailand yesterday

Another 500,000 Sinovac vaccines arrived in Thailand yesterday The Embassy of the People's Republic of China declared on social media yesterday, May 14, 2021, that...

COVID UPDATE: 2,256 new infections and 30 deaths

The Thai health service has reported the balance of the past 24 hours in Thailand. There were 30 new Covid-related deaths and 2,256 new...

Thai Royal Gazette is publishing significant changes to the Covid19 color zones, with new measures taking effect tomorrow

Last night, the Thai Government Gazette, the Thai Royal Gazette, reported that the administrative centre for the Covid19 control, the CCSA, had approved a...

Foreigners will soon be able to use Thai walk-in vaccine centers

Khun Natapanu Nopakun, the deputy. a spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, today revealed more information about the vaccination of ex-pats in Thailand. Natapanu...

Thai traffickers have a look at boys from rich families

Thai cybersex traffickers target boys from wealthy families and blackmail them by pretending to be girls According to the deputy. head of a child sexual...

Thailand’s economic growth collapsed in the first quarter

According to an investigation by Reuters news agency, the Thai economy has apparently collapsed in the first quarter of this year. The renewed coronavirus...

Unsurprisingly, 7-Eleven revenues are declining

CPALL, the parent company of 7-Eleven convenience stores in Thailand, has announced that first-quarter earnings are down more than 50 per cent from the...

Buriram authorities impose harsh penalties against those at high risk of Covid19 who refuse vaccination

The Buriram Communicable Diseases Committee yesterday, May 14, ordered a major new restriction, stating that those who are in a risk group for Covid-19...

Thai family sues Prime Minister Prayut after death of Covid-infected family member

The family of a man who died while infected with Covid19 virus is demanding that the prime minister, as well as other government officials,...

Suicide rates in Thailand are soaring as Covid has wiped out the tourism industry

Health officials compare the country's current economic situation to the Asian financial crisis of 1997 when suicides increased by more than 20 per cent. Suicide...

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