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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...

Barking dogs protect the remains of a British expat in his Pattaya home

A British ex-pat was found dead in his home in Pattaya yesterday against nightfall, his two dogs protected him. Nongprue police were notified at 5:00...

The monsoon season officially starts in Thailand tomorrow

Thailand will officially enter the rainy season tomorrow. There will be more rainfall than last year, and the Meteorological Bureau estimates that the amount...

Buddhist monks gather in Pattaya to pray away the Covid19 virus

Just like everywhere, need to pray teaches us, as did dozens of monks yesterday, who in a local temple in this coastal town, seated...

More than 2,000 inmates in Bangkok tested positive for Covid19

More than 2,000 inmates in Bangkok Remand Prison and Women's Correctional Institution have been tested for Covid19 virus in recent days. This announcement follows recent...

Infected American flees Chanuman hospital and causes panic in the local population

Infected American flees Chanuman hospital and causes panic in the local population An American man, who tested positive for Covid19, has been safely hospitalized again...

Pattaya Police continues to crack down on “social” gatherings, not wearing face masks and drinking in public

Most Thai people have never heard of the proverb: Better a good neighbour than a distant friend, as evidenced by the number of reports...

Drunk man drives his “saleng” into an electricity pole in Pattaya

A Thai man who looked at the bottom of his whiskey bottle was injured yesterday after hitting a power pole with his saleng. Voluntary relief...

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