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PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Phuket testing to end? American confesses to murder of pregnant wife! || May 7
PHUKET XTRA - May 7 || Brought to you by @PVC Phuket American confesses to murder of pregnant wife |:| Testing upon Phuket arrivals reconsidered |:| |:| Thailand Covid update |:| Activist makes bail |:| Schools to decide how to proceed Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Phuket new infections fall
PHUKET: Phuket recorded just five new infections yesterday (May 6), marking the end of more than a week of the number of new infections being recorded in double digits.
Chalong Police arrest man for drugs
PHUKET: Chalong Police arrested a man in Rawai on Tuesday (May 4) after he was found with more than 800 grammes of crystal methamphetamine (ya ice).
Phuket adds Krabi, Trang to ‘red zone’ entry requirements
PHUKET: Phuket officials have added Ranong, Krabi, Trang and Phatthalung to the list of ‘red zone’ provinces for which people arriving from must comply with the requirement to prove that they are fully vaccinated or have tested negative for COVID-19 within 72 hours of arriving, or else face a rapid antigen test as an initial step to determine whether or not they are infected.
Phuket officials consider lifting rapid test requirement
PHUKET: Phuket officials are conjuring whether to continue the rapid antigen test for people arriving in Phuket at all from May 15, now that it has been announced that it would no longer be free for Thais from that date on.
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‘Rung’ released on bail after 59 days
THAILAND: The Criminal Court has approved bail for the temporary release of Rassadon co-leader Panusaya “Rung” Sithijirawattanakul on condition that she must not get involved in activities deemed to dishonour the monarchy.
Cases must drop for sandbox scheme
BANGKOK: The number of COVID-19 cases in Phuket must reach zero before it reopens to foreign tourists on July 1 as scheduled under the sandbox scheme, says Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, the tourism and sports minister.
Stimulus scheme ‘not a free lunch’
THAILAND: People must spend between B46,000 and B70,000 each before they can get e-vouchers worth B7,000 under a fresh economic stimulus scheme called “Ying Chai Ying Dai” offered by the government.
Foreigners to get ‘equal access’
THAILAND: Three million foreigners living in Thailand have as much right to COVID-19 vaccinations as Thais because the goal is to achieve herd immunity, the government declared yesterday (May 6).
 
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Pattaya fisherman surprised by friendly whale shark visit

A local Pattaya fisherman had a shocking surprise visitor and was conscious enough to record a video to share with the world. The man, a fisherman for 10 years, posted 2 videos to Facebook on Wednesday of what appears to be a friendly whale shark casually visiting his fishing boat. Sightings in Pattaya of the majestic sea creature are relatively rare. Whale sharks are the largest known fish species still living on Earth. They average from 5.5 to 10 metres in length, but the largest shark ever confirmed had a length of 18.8 metres. The man, who goes by Mai Yud […]

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Thailand News Today | Pfizer vaccines on the way, Phuket’s July re-opening | May 7

Disease Control Department back-peddled saying that that foreigners living in Thailand WILL also be vaccinated, governor of Chiang Mai is calling for the ban on dining in at restaurants in the northern city to be lifted and for eateries to be allowed to serve food on-site until 9pm, Tourism and Sports Minister insists the southern island of Phuket must record zero Covid-19 cases if a planned July re-opening is to go ahead, and 150 million baht worth of methamphetamine pills were impounded in Nakhon Phanom yesterday

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We’re looking for a Video Editor/Production Assistant in Phuket

The Thaiger is seeking a full time video editor and production assistant for a new project based in Phuket. The role is open to a Thai national but with great English skills as well. You will need to be able to work to deadlines with a crazy bunch of stressed out news hosts, guests and the rest of The Thaiger team. You’ll also need a general knowledge of the Thai news cycle as the content will be largely centred around daily news and current affairs. Knowledge of social media, and especially YouTube, will be an advantage. Prior work in the […]

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Phuket red zone list adds Krabi, Trang, Ranong, Phatthalung

Visitors to Phuket from Krabi, Trang, Ranong, and Phatthalung will now have to prove they’re vaccinated or have a negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours of arrival, as they’ve been added to the red zone province list. People entering without those qualifications will have to take a rapid antigen test on the spot before being allowed into Phuket. The 4 provinces join a group of 21 other provinces already on the Phuket red zone list requiring strict measures to enter. That list even includes Phuket itself, as people do exit the province have to prove a negative test or vaccination […]

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Top 5 accounting firms in Thailand

If you own a business in Thailand, there is one service you can’t do without, which is accounting. Accounting, just like human resources (HR), plays a vital role in most businesses. Therefore, hiring an accounting firm can help your business grow and expand, even when your business is still small. In other words, if you want your business to become successful, you can’t ignore the importance of accounting firms. Accounting firms help you handle critical financial tasks, such as calculating your withholding TAX and VAT and completing your financial statements. In addition, they also ensure that you comply with Thai […]

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Stimulus package gives more back the more you spend

A new stimulus package targeting middle and high-income people aims at increasing spending by offering more e-voucher the more you spend. Ying Chai Ying Dai, which translates to “the more you spend the more you get”, will reward those who spend between 46,000 and 70,000 baht with a 7,000 baht e-voucher. This part of the government’s 225 billion baht stimulus package hopes to encourage 4 million qualifying middle- to upper-class people to spend more money by refunding 10-15% back, according to the Finance Ministry’s Fiscal Policy Office. People wishing to participate must register and make their purchases through a government […]

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Laos prime minister orders an extension on lockdown measures

While the majority of countries across the globe have been grappling with Covid-19 outbreaks for the past year, Laos, just North of Thailand, has only reported 1,177 cases with the vast majority of the infections detected over the past month. Laos PM Phankhan Viphavanh says ordered an extension on lockdown measures, now until May 20, saying it is essential in containing the Covid-19 outbreak, which spiked in mid-April with some daily new cases surpassing 100. Yesterday, the country recorded 105 new cases. In Vientiane, the capital of Laos, the government has prepared 3 field hospitals with 1,200 beds. “The government […]

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Deputy PM declares Thammanat Prompow controversy finished

Deputy PM Wissanu Krea-ngam says that the debate is over regarding Thammanat Prompow, the controversial Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives and influential Palang Pracharath Party ‘fixer’. The Constitutional court has already ruled that he is qualified to hold office under Thai law and will keep his position, though a huge backlash followed the ruling, and the public wondered how his 1993 heroin trafficking conviction in Australia. Then using the name ‘Manat Bophlom’, he was convicted of conspiring to import a traffic able amount of heroin, serving 4 years of a 6 year sentence. According to Wikipedia, Thammanat parliamentary declaration of […]

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BMA admits Covid virus spreading fast in Bangkok, speeds up testing and jabs

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration says it is speeding up mass Covid-19 testing and inoculations in communities hit strongly by the virus, after admitting the virus is spreading fast in Thailand’s capital. The city clerk says the administration, along with the Public Health Ministry and other agencies, are speeding up the collection of nasal swabs for Covid-19 tests, with a plan to test 3,000 people in high-risk groups per day. Those people deemed to be at an increased risk of the virus have been clustered by districts, with testing units in each of the 6 districts… Laksi district, 70 Pansa Min […]

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Phuket visitor Covid-19 rapid antigen testing may end May 15

In a live broadcast, Phuket’s Vice Governor Piyapong Choowong said officials will consider discontinuing Covid-19 rapid antigen testing for people arriving into Phuket after May 15. The interview from the Phuket Check Point at Tha Chatchai yesterday seems to contradict a recent statement from the governor launching additional rapid testing from today. Entry to Phuket since April 22 has been limited for travellers from red zone provinces, requiring proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test within the last 72 hours. Anyone arriving without either of these would be screened on the spot with rapid antigen tests. Though originally offered […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Govt eyes defamation case against MFP after Thamanat ruling
The Digital Economy and Society (DES) Ministry says it will file a defamation lawsuit against the Move Forward Party (MFP) over its harsh criticism of the prime minister following a Constitutional Court ruling on whether Deputy Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister Thamanat Prompow was qualified to serve in the cabinet.
BMA to expand mass-testing across city
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is expanding Covid-19 mass testing across the capital with a plan to test 3,000 people in risk groups each day for the next few days to slow the rate of transmissions.
Royal aid being flown to India today
Life-saving oxygen supplies sponsored by Their Majesties the King and Queen for Covid-19 patients will be flown to India today by the Royal Thai Air Force as that nation's virus catastrophe deepens.
Ministry warns delivery on gouging
Controls on delivery services during the pandemic have been tightened to prevent operators from profiteering as online orders have surged following a fresh wave of infections.
PM eyes huge vaccine stockpile
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has vowed to procure up to 200 million Covid-19 vaccine doses to prepare for unforeseeable emergencies as the pandemic continues to rage unabated in several countries.
New aid measures to bump spending
The government's new relief packages are expected to generate spending of up to 400 billion baht, which could increase GDP growth by one percentage point, says Kulaya Tantitemit, director-general of the Fiscal Policy Office (FPO).
Bangkok extends closure order to May 17
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has extended for another week a closure order that was set to end on Sunday in light of a continued high rate of coronavirus infections in the capital
Bangkok needs more beds for severe Covid patients
Bangkok will need more beds for severely ill Covid-19 cases over the next couple of weeks, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration said on Friday as the number of daily infections hit a new high.
27 Covid deaths, 2,044 new cases
The Public Health Ministry on Friday reported 27 more Covid-related deaths, for a toll of 363, and 2,044 new cases, raising the total to 78,855.
Chiang Mai wants return of dine-in service
Chiang Mai: The provincial governor has asked the authorities to allow restaurants and food shops to provide dine-in services until 9pm following an easing of the Covid-19 crisis.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Govt eyes defamation case against MFP after Thamanat ruling
The Digital Economy and Society (DES) Ministry says it will file a defamation lawsuit against the Move Forward Party (MFP) over its harsh criticism of the prime minister following a Constitutional Court ruling on whether Deputy Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister Thamanat Prompow was qualified to serve in the cabinet.
BMA to expand mass-testing across city
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is expanding Covid-19 mass testing across the capital with a plan to test 3,000 people in risk groups each day for the next few days to slow the rate of transmissions.
Royal aid being flown to India today
Life-saving oxygen supplies sponsored by Their Majesties the King and Queen for Covid-19 patients will be flown to India today by the Royal Thai Air Force as that nation's virus catastrophe deepens.
Ministry warns delivery on gouging
Controls on delivery services during the pandemic have been tightened to prevent operators from profiteering as online orders have surged following a fresh wave of infections.
PM eyes huge vaccine stockpile
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has vowed to procure up to 200 million Covid-19 vaccine doses to prepare for unforeseeable emergencies as the pandemic continues to rage unabated in several countries.
New aid measures to bump spending
The government's new relief packages are expected to generate spending of up to 400 billion baht, which could increase GDP growth by one percentage point, says Kulaya Tantitemit, director-general of the Fiscal Policy Office (FPO).
China's rocket out of control but risk of damage low, say experts
PARIS - China's rogue rocket is in an uncontrolled free-fall towards Earth and no one knows where or exactly when it will burn through Earth's atmosphere, but the risk of debris hitting an inhabited area remains very small, experts told AFP Friday.
Rio police face fury, calls for probe after bloody raid
RIO DE JANEIRO - Police in Brazil faced outraged protests and a UN call for an investigation Friday after a raid on a Rio de Janeiro favela left 25 people dead -- some reportedly killed in cold blood.
US job growth slows unexpectedly
WASHINGTON: US job growth unexpectedly softened in April from the prior month, suggesting that difficulty attracting workers is slowing momentum in the labour market.
Bangkok extends closure order to May 17
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has extended for another week a closure order that was set to end on Sunday in light of a continued high rate of coronavirus infections in the capital
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