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Phuket News
Five suspects arrested in Srisoonthorn drug and gun raid
PHUKET: Thalang Police have announced the arrests of five suspects for drug offences and illegal possession of firearms in Srisoonthorn.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Automatic visa extensions! Phuket 2nd most cases in Thailand! Officials donate salaries? || April 9
PHUKET XTRA - April 9 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Automatic visa extensions in effect! |:| Phuket has 2nd most cases in Thailand |:| About 1,000 curfew breakers per night nationwide |:| Phuket resort owner charged |:| Officials donate full salaries |:| Booze bans around Thailand Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Phuket officials to launch islandwide door-to-door checks for COVID-19
PHUKET: Phuket will be the first province in the country to launch door-to-door checks of residents’ body temperatures in the hope of identifying infected people early and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Rawai resort owner charged for violating hotel closure order
PHUKET: A Rawai resort owner has been charged for accepting a new guest, in violation of the provincial order for all hotels to cease accepting new guests, and to close once the last guest has checked out.
21 new COVID-19 cases in Phuket, total hits 161
PHUKET: The Phuket Communicable Disease Committee today (Apr 9) announced 21 more confirmed cases of people infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus
COVID-19 forces cash strapped Thais to rush to pawn shops
THAILAND: A 40-year-old woman looks at her blender for the last time before quickly leaving it at a pawnshop.
Cabinet gives green light to B1.9tn stimulus
BANGKOK: The Cabinet on Tuesday approved B1.9-trillion spending to help people and businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, including B600 billion for six-month cash giveaways and B500bn soft loans for small and medium-sized businesses.
CCSA defends tests
THAILAND: Thailand has defended its coronavirus testing procedure, saying it is effective even if the country adopts selective screening rather than focuses on the quantity of tests.
Immigration issues automatic visa extensions for all visa types
PHUKET: The Immigration Bureau has announced that all foreigners in Thailand staying on any type of visa that did not expire before Mar 26 have been granted automatic extensions until Apr 30.
Chinese tourists questioned for illegal spearfishing in protected area
PHUKET: Two Chinese tourists and their guide have been arrested for spearfishing at coral reefs off Nui Beach in Karon after a torrent of outrage online was brought to the attention of Yutthaphon Ankinandana, Advisor to the Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment.
 
The Thaiger
Trang province to ban entry, exit

Joining other provinces such as Pattaya and Phuket, the southern province of Trang will ban entry and exit from tomorrow until April 30. The decision was announced by the province’ Communicable Disease Committee today. No one will be allowed to enter or leave the province, except for the transport of medical personnel, goods, fuel, and parcels. […]

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Issan woman gets coronavirus for a second time

A 38 year old woman from Thailand’s northeastern Chaiyaphum province in the Issan region has contracted the Covid-19 coronavirus for a second time, after she was cured of the virus in Bangkok in the middle of March. The woman, who in March had only recently returned from overseas, was found to be infected with the […]

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Phuket will launch door-to-door coronavirus checks across the island

Even as it prepares to restrict travel between its 17 tambon (subdistricts), the southern island province of Phuket is set to become Thailand’s first to launch door-to-door checks of body temperature. The aim is to identify infected people early so they can seek treatment before their symptoms become severe, and potentially end up infecting other […]

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Move over WHO and CDC, Marvel and DC have joined the fight in Thailand

While it may seem that a plague swept across our world with a snap of the fingers as if Thanos and the infinity gauntlet indeed managed to set asunder half the worlds population, not though a dematerialised cloud of ash (sorry for the spoilers…but come one it’s been two years now) but rather a global […]

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Thailand News Today – Thursday, April 9

Chamber predicts 7 million Thai people to be jobless by June 7 million Thais could be on the unemployment queue by June in dire predictions from an industry chamber. The Joint Standing Committee on Commerce, Industry and Banking have predicted that 7 million people will be jobless by June. The report says… “Low wage workers […]

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(More time with your kids:) Government Schools to reopen July 1

Remember that New Year’s resolution you made to spend more quality time with your kids? Well, the government heard your prayers and raised you another month and a half of close and personal self quarantine time by postponing the return of the school semester to July 1. A recent notification from the Ministry of Education […]

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80 Thai health workers confirmed with Covid-19 virus

A spokesman for the government’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin reported that the coronavirus crisis has taken a grave toll on the country’s medical staff, with 80 infected so far by the virus since January. Coronavirus among medical staff has now accounted for 3.4 % of the total 2,258 confirmed cases in […]

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90 day ban on transporting horses to control AHS virus outbreak

Thailand has issued an order banning the movement of all horses nationwide in an effort to stop the spread of African Horse Sickness , which has already killed more than 200 horses in the kingdom. The Ministry of Agriculture announced the order yesterday, effective for 90 days. The disease has already killed nearly 200 horses […]

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Bangkok bans booze April 10-20

All sales of alcohol will be banned in Bangkok starting tomorrow until April 20. Police made the announcement this afternoon at the Covid 19 Disease Management Centre in Bangkok. The stated reason for the ban is to encourage social distancing and stop the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus. However, many netizens have already commented that […]

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600 billion baht will be used to aid Thai farmers

Thailand’s farmers and other citizens who have been negatively impacted by the Covid-19 situation will be getting help, as the government has designated a 600 billion baht budget to help Thai people in need. The urgent budget of 600 billion baht is intended to help employers and freelancers who have been affected by the virus […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
14,000 Thais still stranded abroad
The government is telling thousands of Thais stranded abroad to be patient, because the government must control the spread of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) to protect the majority of the people before they can return home.
54 new coronavirus cases, 2 more deaths
The government on Thursday reported 54 new local cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), raising the total to 2,423 spread over 67 provinces, and two new deaths - a Thai man, 82, and a Frenchman, 74 - that increased the toll to 32.
JSCCIB: Jobless totals headed to 7m by June
The Joint Standing Committee on Commerce, Industry and Banking (JSCCIB) predicts that 7 million workers will be out of a job by June because of shutdowns from the pandemic.
Six citizens in hospital after flying home
Six out of 32 Thais who recently returned from Japan on a repatriation flight were sent to hospital after failing a health screening test at Suvarnabhumi airport on Wednesday.
Covid-19 prompts rush to pawn shops
A 40-year-old woman looks at her blender for the last time before quickly leaving it at a pawnshop.
CCSA defends tests
Thailand has defended its coronavirus testing procedure, saying it is effective even if the country adopts selective screening rather than focuses on the quantity of tests.
Spain, Germany cases rise; UK PM remains in ICU: Virus update
Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said the start of a turnaround in the fight against the virus could come after this week.
Tuk-tuks turn from tourist darling to parcel delivery
Bangkok's iconic tuk-tuks are suffering because of the coronavirus, with tourists scarce on the streets, so some drivers have banded together to offer an economical new parcel delivery service.
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.
 
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
HK airport authority to buy air tickets to help ailing airlines
The Hong Kong government will buy 500,000 flight tickets directly from the city's airlines as part of a stimulus worth billions of Hong Kong dollars to the crippled aviation sector.
Big banks cut rates by 40 basis points
The country’s six largest commercial banks have passed on cost savings after the Bank of The country’s six largest commercial banks have passed on cost savings after the Bank of Thailand lowered their required contribution to the Financial Institutions Development Fund (FIDF), trimming prime lending rates by 40 basis points to blunt the coronavirus impact on debtors.
Relief sought for 15,000 tour operators on verge of collapse
Tour operators are urging the government to help 15,000 tour operators at risk of collapse due to stagnant cash flow.
B5,000 recipient reports to police over Facebook post
PHUKET: A recipient of the 5,000-baht handout who described it as "small change" reported to police, claiming no ill intention in posting the Facebook message.
14,000 Thais still stranded abroad
The government is telling thousands of Thais stranded abroad to be patient, because the government must control the spread of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) to protect the majority of the people before they can return home.
Bangkok bans alcohol for 10 days to curb Covid-19
Authorities in Bangkok have banned alcohol sales for 10 days to help prevent social gatherings that could spread the virus that causes Covid-19.
March consumer sentiment hits record low as virus impact deepens
Consumer confidence tumbled to a record low in March, a university survey showed on Thursday, as the coronavirus pandemic hurt economic activity and spending.
Asia virus latest: Australia raids cruise ship; Taiwan demands WHO apology
SINGAPORE: Here are the latest developments in Asia related to the novel coronavirus pandemic:
Hunter arrested, slain game seized
KANCHANABURI: A hunter was arrested in a wildlife sanctuary in Sri Sawat district in possession of two dead animals and some wild honey, but three other men fled after allegedly injuring a forestry official with a knife.
Taiwan demands apology from WHO chief over virus 'slander'
TAIPEI: Taiwan demanded an apology from the World Health Organization chief on Thursday after he accused the island's government of leading personal attacks against him and his agency's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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