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Surin will be the first province in Thailand to declare the Covid19 disease endemic as of April 1

The northeastern province of Surin has announced that it will downgrade the Covid-19 pandemic to the endemic status from April 1. Surin's information office wrote...

39 students in Central Thailand infected with the Covid19 virus

As many as 39 students from the football academy of Wat Saha it Mongkhon School in Saraburi's Nong Khae district have tested positive for...

Thailand’s elephants and tiger attractions are on the brink of bankruptcy

A tourism committee yesterday listened to the lament of elephant and tiger attraction operators affected by the Covid19 virus. Thailand's elephant and tiger attractions have...

Tourists from Russia and Kazakhstan bring Omicron to Thailand

Tourists from Russia and Kazakhstan bring Omicron to Thailand Most tourists found to have Covid-19 on arrival in Thailand arrive from Russia or Kazakhstan Phuket provincial...

Thai woman kidnapped from hotel quarantine by men posing as police officers

A Thai woman infected with Covid-19 has reportedly been kidnapped from a quarantined hotel in Bangkok by a group of men posing as police...

6 European tourists found who fled after positive CPR test

After a short search, 6 European tourists who tested positive for the Covid19 virus and left their hotel have now all been located and...

What happens if a tourist or child gets infected with Covid-19 in Thailand

The Phuket Travel Aid Centre has clarified how to behave if a tourist or child has contracted the coronavirus in Thailand A question that often...

Covid19 can affect animals, but they can’t transmit it to humans

Animals can develop the Covid19 virus, as evidenced by two hippos in Belgium who tested positive for the virus but had no symptoms other...

Thailand may have a second Omicron case within its borders

A waiter from the hotel where the first Omicron patient in Thailand stayed has tested positive for the Covid19 virus, although it is still...

Thailand’s health minister worries bars and restaurants serving booze could be Covid19 fires

Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said he was concerned that bars and restaurants serving alcoholic drinks for dining could become hot spots for the spread...

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