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Six New Cases, No Deaths For Second Day

02 May, 2020

Total cases at 2,966, with 180 people remaining in hospitals

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Domestic Flights Resume With Extra Safety Protocols

02 May, 2020

Four airlines resumed domestic flights on Friday with unprecedented public hygiene measures to reduce the possibility of Covid-19 transmission.

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Alcohol Ban To Be Lifted Sunday -- With Limits

02 May, 2020

Sales of alcoholic beverages will be allowed again from Sunday but people will only be able to drink at home and not in restaurants when they reopen, the government said on Friday.

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Don Mueang Roars Back To Life

01 May, 2020

The buzz returned to Don Mueang Airport on Friday (May 1), as Thai AirAsia and Thai Lion Air resumed flights on domestic routes after flying was temporarily halted due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

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Exodus Sparks New Virus Transmission Fears

01 May, 2020

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) is concerned about the possibility of increased virus transmission as many head to their home provinces for the long weekend.

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Thailand Logs 6 New Covid Cases, No Deaths Friday

01 May, 2020

The government on Friday reported six new coronavirus cases, bringing the total to 2,960 across Thailand. No additional deaths were recorded, leaving the toll at 54

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It’s Official: Partial Business Reopening Set For May 3

01 May, 2020

BANGKOK — A number of business venues will be allowed to reopen beginning this Sunday, the government announced Thursday.

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Don Mueang Airport Spotlessly Clean As Domestic Flights Rev Up

01 May, 2020

Don Mueang International Airport’s domestic terminal underwent a thorough cleaning and sanitising on Thursday (April 30) now that some airlines will start flying domestically from May 1.

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July 1 New Term Start Confirmed

01 May, 2020

Education Minister Nataphol Teepsuwan on Thursday confirmed that the reopening of all state schools for the new academic year will take place on July 1 although students at some schools may still not be able to attend class in person.

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Booze Ban Extended To May 31

01 May, 2020

The nationwide alcohol sales ban due to end on Thursday has been extended until May 31, permanent secretary for the interior Chatchai Promlert said on Thursday.

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DMK Expects 4,000 Pax This Long Weekend, Down From Usual 100,000

30 Apr, 2020

BANGKOK — Officials at Don Mueang Airport on Thursday said only 4,000 people will be traveling per day during the four-day holidays this weekend.

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Phuket Airport Closed Until May 16

30 Apr, 2020

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) on Thursday (April 30) issued an order to extend the closure of Phuket Airport to 11.59pm on May 15 or until further notice, to curb the Covid-19 outbreak.

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7 New Covid-19 Cases, No New Deaths

30 Apr, 2020

The government on Thursday reported seven new patients infected with coronavirus disease 2019, raising the total to 2,954 in 68 provinces, and no new deaths.

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14 Provincial Airports To Be Opened For May Holidays

30 Apr, 2020

Up to 14 airports across Thailand will be reopened to support domestic air travel during the long holidays in the beginning of May, Department of Airports director general Tawee Gasisam-ang said on Wednesday (April 29).

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AirAsia Will Not Take Jet Deliveries This Year

29 Apr, 2020

SYDNEY: Malaysia's AirAsia Group Bhd said on Wednesday it did not intend to take any new aircraft deliveries this year because of the sharp fall in demand from the coronavirus crisis, and was revisiting its order book with Airbus SE.

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BMA Gives Green Light For Activities To Resume In Eight Areas

29 Apr, 2020

The Bangkok Metrpolitan Administration (BMA) has agreed to allow the reopening of eight areas of activities but not decided on the date yet, Pongsakorn Kwanmuang, a spokesman for the BMA, said.

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9 New Covid-19 Cases, No Deaths

29 Apr, 2020

The government on Wednesday reported nine new cases of coronavirus disease raising the nationwide total to 2,947, with no new deaths.

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Restaurants, Markets Among 8 Bangkok Venues Tipped To Reopen From Friday

28 Apr, 2020

Restaurants, markets, sports centres, public parks, salons, pet clinics, medical services and golf courses in Bangkok might have a chance to reopen after the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration decided to ease its lockdown measures from May 1.

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State Of Emergency Extended

28 Apr, 2020

The cabinet on Tuesday officially extended the state of emergency to control the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) for another month to May 31, maintained the curfew and set guidelines for easing the lockdown of businesses.

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Cabinet Rejects Proposal To Postpone May Holidays

28 Apr, 2020

The cabinet on Tuesday rejected the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration's proposal that all four public holidays in May to be postponed until further notice because of continuing coronavirus concerns, an informed source said.

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Bangkok Airways To Take To The Air From May 15

28 Apr, 2020

Bangkok Airways will resume its domestic operations from May 15, starting with the Bangkok-Samui-Bangkok flight twice daily.

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Thailand Logs 7 New Covid Cases, 2 Deaths Tuesday

28 Apr, 2020

The government on Tuesday reported seven new coronavirus cases and two additional deaths, bringing the totals in Thailand to 2,938 infected and 54 deceased.

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Thailand’s TTM Show Returns In 2021

28 Apr, 2020

BANGKOK, 28 April 2020: After postponing Thailand’s premier travel trade show TTM+, originally scheduled for Phuket in June, the Tourism Authority of Thailand says the show will skip a year to resume in 2021.

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Pink Line Train Route Steaming Towards Completion

28 Apr, 2020

The construction of the Pink Line MRT train route (Kaerai-Min Buri) is now 54 per cent complete and should be ready to open for public use on schedule in October 2021 despite the Covid-19 crisis, Surachet Laophulsuk, Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA) deputy governor of Engineering and Construction, said on Monday (April 27).

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4 More BTS Green Line Stations To Open On June 3

28 Apr, 2020

BANGKOK — Four more BTS stations extending towards the northern suburbs of Bangkok are expected to open in June.

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Gov’t Proposes Postponing All May Holidays

28 Apr, 2020

BANGKOK — Prepare to say goodbye to all holidays next month.

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No Incoming Flights Until May 31

28 Apr, 2020

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has extended its restriction on incoming flights until May 31.

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Lockdown To Linger

28 Apr, 2020

PM opts for 'public health-led economy'

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Emergency Decree Extended

27 Apr, 2020

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) on Monday decided to extend the Emergency Decree for another month after it expires on April 30.

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Thailand Logs 9 New Covid Cases, 1 New Death Monday

27 Apr, 2020

The government on Monday reported nine new coronavirus cases and one additional death, bringing the total inThailand to 2,931 infections and 52 deaths.

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