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Thailand confirms 111 new COVID-19 cases, 3 deaths
THAILAND: The government today (Apr 8) reported 111 new local cases of COVID-19, including 42 returnees from Indonesia, raising the total to 2,369. Three more deaths, all of foreigners, took the accumulated toll to 30.
14 new COVID-19 cases in Phuket, total hits 140
PHUKET: The Phuket Communicable Disease Committee today (Apr 8) announced 14 more confirmed cases of people in Phuket infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Frenchman without mask arrested in Patong
PHUKET: A French tourist was arrested in Patong yesterday (Apr 7) for not wearing a face mask.
Phuket random testing campaign to test 3,000 people for COVID-19
PHUKET: Health officials have set a target of screening up to 3,000 people in just three main areas in Phuket in the hope of identifying people infected with COVID-19 before those people can spread the disease further.
Mains water supply outage in Rawai and Karon
PHUKET: The Phuket Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) has announced that the mains water supply will be shut-off in Rawai and Karon tomorrow (Apr 9).
Thousands leave virus-hit Wuhan as outbound travel ban lifted
WORLD: Thousands of Chinese travellers flocked to catch trains leaving coronavirus-ravaged Wuhan early today (Apr 8) as authorities lifted a more than two-month ban on outbound travel from the city where the global pandemic first emerged.
Phuket Immigration launches ‘field offices’ in lockdown areas
PHUKET: Phuket Immigration has launched “field offices” to help foreigners avoid having to travel across the island in order to visit an immigration office.
Loss of taste, smell ‘early symptom of infection’
THAILAND: The Royal College of Otolaryngologists-Head and Neck Surgeons of Thailand has urged doctors to pay special attention to signs of anosmia, also known as smell blindness, which affects many COVID-19 patients at the onset of the symptoms.
623 busted over decree violations
THAILAND: More than 600 people nationwide have been prosecuted for defying the emergency decree invoked to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Risk COVID at Immigration? Phuket’s first coronavirus death! More shut downs? || April 7
PHUKET XTRA - April 7 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Full immigration lines as two more offices open |:|38 new daily COVID cases in Thailand |:| Phuket’s first coronavirus death |:| Chalong, Kathu, Srisoonthorn ’shut down’ |:| Stranded Russians go from temple to resort |:| Village chief kills curfew breaking monk Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
 
The Thaiger
Former DPM stresses need for more testing, emulating Korean model

Dr Surapong Seubwonglee, a former Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand posted on Facebook urging the government to investigate the number of people tested for the Covid-19 coronavirus in Thailand and appeal for wider testing. He gave several reasons why testing has been sluggish and said that now is the time to expand testing to asymptomatic […]

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Visa amnesty announced, awaiting PM’s signature

With many flights cancelled, entire fleets grounded and hotels ordered closed, thousands of tourists and expats across Thailand are in a state of limbo… unable to leave, not allowed to stay. To make matters worse, social distancing requirements are creating chaos at crowded immigration offices nationwide, and onerous new requirements have been added for visa […]

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Pattaya commences lockdown from April 9 onwards

Today, Chon Buri’s governor Pakkhathorn Thianchai has approved the Pattaya City’s proposal to lock down the town at 2pm from tomorrow (April 9) for 21 days. It is not a new curfew, but a limitation on people travelling in and out of the city region. Pattaya City will commence a 24 hour lock down where […]

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111 new Thai coronavirus cases. 3 more deaths, all foreigners

Thailand’s National Covid-19 Coronavirus Disease Management Centre has announced 111 new confirmed cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus today. Total cases now stand at 2,369 nationwide. 3 foreign men died, pushing the total death toll up to 30. 42 of today’s new cases were all returnees from a religious festival in Indonesia. The new fatalities include a […]

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Over half returning from Indonesia tested positive with Covid-19

42 of the 76 Thais who returned from Indonesia on Monday have now ended up as Covid-19 patients. Members of the Thai Islamic community travelling to Indonesia to preform “Dawah ” an Islamic missionary tradition, amidst a rise of Covid-19 cases in Indonesia, have returned with over half testing positive. After health care workers examined the […]

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Village headman fires 8 bullets into an officer at a check point in northern Thailand

A ‘Phu Yai Barn’ or village headman in Phayao province, just south of Chiang Rai, got into a row with other local officials last night, allegedly ending in a shootout, seriously injuring a local official at a checkpoint. Last night at 8pm local police were informed of the shooting incident at Ban Na Nun Community […]

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Chiang Mai bans booze to battle coronavirus

There’s likely to be a rush on for booze over the next few days in Chiang Mai. The northern province is banning alcohol sales for 10 days, from April 10 – 20 in its local battle with the Covid-19 coronavirus. Provincial governor Charoenrit Sanguansat issued the order yesterday. He says the Chiang Mai Communicable Disease […]

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Health ministry begs children to ‘save parents’ and avoid Songkran visits

Songkran, the traditional Thai New Year festival, is typically a week long celebration including a mass exodus to the provinces as dutiful children visit their homes bringing best wishes to their elders. This year’s celebrations have been postponed indefinitely to prevent that exodus, for fear of spreading the Covid-19 coronavirus to the provinces and among the […]

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Phuket reports 14 new coronavirus cases, total now 140

Phuket has reported 14 new Covid-19 coronavirus cases today (Wednesday). The island is on virtual lockdown, especially Patong, home of the Bangla Road red light area, the flashpoint of most of the island’s infections. The new number bring the island’s infections to 140. Phuket has closed off all land and sea routes and barred entry to […]

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Thailand’s “Wild Boar” vows to save his province

The northern province of Lampang been hit by Covid-19, despite the best efforts of its famous governor, Narongsak Osotthanakorn. Who? Narongsak was the face of the rescue mission to retrieve the 13 young men from the Tham Luang cave two years ago and was the Chiang Rai governor at the time. “When I heard of […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Pattaya lockdown from Thursday
PATTAYA: This resort city will be locked down to outsiders from Thursday afternoon following a rise in new coronavirus infections.
Thailand logs 111 new Covid cases, 3 deaths Wednesday
The government on Wednesday reported 111 new local cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), including 42 returnees from Indonesia, raising the total to 2,369. Three more deaths, all of foreigners, took the accumulated toll to 30.
Songkran 'Save Parents' campaign aims to douse Covid-19
The Department of Health has asked children to avoid visiting their parents and elderly family members during the Songkran Festival -- known as Thai New Year -- to protect the highly vulnerable from Covid-19.
Loss of taste, smell 'early symptom of infection'
The Royal College of Otolaryngologists-Head and Neck Surgeons of Thailand has urged doctors to pay special attention to signs of anosmia, also known as smell blindness, which affects many Covid-19 patients at the onset of the symptoms.
623 busted over decree violations
More than 600 people nationwide have been prosecuted for defying the emergency decree invoked to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Govt talks up B1.9tn aid
The government is upbeat on the prospects of its fresh 1.9-trillion-baht economic stimulus package alleviating the widespread affects of the Covid-19 outbreak.
'Ninja' robots to help treat infected
Chulalongkorn University has launched a line of robots to assist medical staff in providing telehealthcare to Covid-19 patients as the number of local infections continues to rise.
Cabinet gives green light to B1.9tn stimulus
The cabinet on Tuesday approved 1.9-trillion-baht spending to help people and businesses affected by the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), including 600 billion baht for six-month cash giveaways and 500-billion-baht soft loans for small and medium-sized businesses.
China reports no new deaths, cases slow in Europe: Virus update
China reported no new coronavirus deaths for the first time since the pandemic emerged. The most affected countries in Europe reported lower numbers of new cases, while New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the virus-related fatality rate was effectively flat for two days.
Thailand logs 38 new coronavirus cases, 1 new death Tuesday
The government reported 38 confirmed new coronavirus cases and one additional death in a briefing on Tuesday morning.
 
NationThailand.com - News
109 new Covid-19 cases confirmed in Thailand
Thailand's total number of Covid-19 cases on Saturday (March 28) surged to 1,245 with 109 new cases confirmed over a 24-hour period while one person died, according to the Covid-19 situation management centre spokesman Dr Taweesilp Visanuyothin.
Phuket governor orders people to stay inside after dark
Locals and tourists in Phuket have been told to refrain from going out of their residences from 8pm until 3am the following morning.
Six tips to register for the Bt5,000 cash handout scheme
The government's cash handout initiative will open for registration at 6pm on Saturday (March 28). It aims to help those not covered by the social security system, who are affected by the order to close certain business venues to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Commercial banks close all branches over weekend to prevent overcrowding
Kasikornbank, Siam Commercial Bank, Krungthai Bank and TMB-Thanachart Bank announced on Friday (March 27) that they would close all branches nationwide on Saturday and Sunday (March 28-29), while electronic services would remain available.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Chinese caught protected reef fish
PHUKET: Two Chinese tourists have been arrested for catching protected reef fish among the coral in Ao Nui bay in Muang district.
Wuhan exodus sparks virus hope despite mounting death toll
WUHAN, China: Thousands of relieved citizens streamed out of China's Wuhan city on Wednesday after authorities lifted months of lockdown at the coronavirus epicentre, offering some hope to the world despite record deaths in Europe and the United States.
French economy shrinks 6% in Q1: Bank of France
PARIS: In its worst performance since 1945, the French economy shrank around 6% in the first quarter of this year as the coronavirus pandemic decimated business activity, the Bank of France said Wednesday.
2020 Bentley Flying Spur: Thai pricing and specs
Ultra-luxurious sedan initially comes with 12-cylinder power and is around 10 million baht cheaper than the Rolls-Royce Ghost.
Pampered Kuwaitis quibble in five-star quarantine
KUWAIT CITY: The meat is too fatty and the staff are slow to clean up coffee stains -- some Kuwaitis quarantined in five-star hotels due to the coronavirus outbreak have a litany of complaints.
In Asia, bucking the global lockdown trend
HONG KONG: As the coronavirus pandemic sparks global lockdowns, life has continued comparatively unhindered in places like Taiwan, South Korea and Hong Kong after their governments and citizens took decisive early action against the unfolding crisis.
Cambodia orders mandatory quarantine for all incoming passengers
PHNOM PENH: With as much as 66 out of the 115 infected with Covic-19 being imported cases who then went on to infect locals with cluster infections, the government has ordered the mandatory quarantine of all incoming people into Cambodia.
Cardinal Pell accuser 'accepts' acquittal
SYDNEY: A former choirboy who accused Australian Cardinal George Pell of molesting him said Wednesday he accepts the top Vatican cleric's acquittal, but urged survivors of child sex abuse to keep coming forward.
Singapore expands quarantine rules for all returning residents
SINGAPORE: All Singapore citizens, permanent residents and long-term pass holders entering Singapore will be required to serve a 14-day isolation period at dedicated facilities, the country’s Ministry of Health said in a statement on its website.
Virus may spark 'devastating' global condom shortage
KUALA LUMPUR: A global condom shortage is looming as the coronavirus pandemic shutters factories and disrupts supply chains, the world's top maker of the contraceptives said, with the United Nations warning of "devastating" consequences.
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