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Airports Go 'hands Off' To Quell Fears

06 Jun, 2021

Suvarnabhumi tries self-service tech

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Over 4 Million People Vaccinated In Lead-up To June 7 Campaign

06 Jun, 2021

As Thailand ramps up to finally get its mass vaccination campaign underway, over 4 million people have been at least partially vaccinated so far.

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Nearly 2,700 New Covid-19 Cases And 23 Deaths Reported

06 Jun, 2021

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration on Sunday reported 2,671 new cases and 23 deaths over a 24-hour period.

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Pathumwan Malls Clarify Covid 'clusters'

06 Jun, 2021

Cases reported by CCSA have occurred since April and most infections contracted elsewhere

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TAT Works To Bolster Confidence In Phuket

05 Jun, 2021

The ministry wants to restart domestic travel in August.

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Phuket Sandbox – Changes To Travelling Back To Thailand

05 Jun, 2021

Getting back to Thailand, via Phuket, is now much easier from the start of July but there are still a few conditions and restrictions you need to be aware of.

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Govt Hopes To Ink Big Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson Orders

05 Jun, 2021

Negotiations are underway to buy 25 million doses of vaccine from Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson

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Last Airman In Japanese Battle Dies

05 Jun, 2021

The last Thai airman to see action against Japanese invaders during World War II has died at age 102, it was announced on Friday.

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Nonthaburi Resident Becomes First Recipient Of Locally Made AstraZeneca Vaccine

05 Jun, 2021

A vaccination unit in Bangkok’s Bangrak district has started providing the first doses of the locally made AstraZeneca vaccine to people who had pre-registered via the on-site system.

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Chiang Mai Readies For Mass Vaccination Starting Monday

05 Jun, 2021

Chiang Mai province will launch its mass vaccination programme against Covid-19 on June 7, with priority given to elders and people with underlying health problems.

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36 Covid Fatalities, 2,817 New Cases

05 Jun, 2021

Daily recoveries outpace additions for the first time in weeks, say officials

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The Pandemic Has Slowed Tourism To Thailand’s Buddhist Temples, But The Impact Is More Than Economic

05 Jun, 2021

The economies of countries dependent on tourism are clearly hurting, with visitor numbers plummeting as a result of the pandemic.

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Aleenta Phuket Launches Wellness Holiday

04 Jun, 2021

Just weeks away from the Sandbox Project’s grand opening in Phuket 1 July, Aleenta Phuket – Phang Nga Resort & Spa is joining hands with Thonburi Hospital to launch a rejuvenation and healing programme to promote a healthy lifestyle post-Covid.

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Mass Vaccination Of Working Expats Underway

04 Jun, 2021

The mass vaccination of more than 28,000 migrant workers and expats issued work permits continues today as Phuket.

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AstraZeneca Delivers 1.8 Million Locally Made Jabs To Health Ministry

04 Jun, 2021

AstraZeneca on Friday delivered 1.8 million doses of vaccines made by local company Siam Bioscience to the Public Health Ministry.

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31 Covid Fatalities, 2,631 New Cases

04 Jun, 2021

There were 31 new Covid-19 fatalities and 2,631 new cases confirmed on Thursday, the Public Health Ministry reported on Friday morning.

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Covid Fear In Bangkok Shopping Areas

04 Jun, 2021

Testing in nearby communities uncovers more coronavirus infection clusters

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Jab Website Opens For Expats In North

04 Jun, 2021

A website for Covid-19 vaccination registration in Chiang Mai opened for foreigners on Thursday, while vaccinations for migrant workers has kicked off in Phuket.

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Fear Of Covid Infection Has Reduced Alcohol Consumption In Thailand, Study Shows

04 Jun, 2021

Thais have generally cut down their consumption of alcohol in a bid to protect themselves from Covid-19, a recent survey conducted by the Centre of Alcohol Studies shows.

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PM Puts Focus On Tourism

04 Jun, 2021

Phuket operators fret about lack of clarity

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Provinces With Low Covid Rates Forced To Delay Jabs

04 Jun, 2021

Several provinces with substantially lower rates of Covid-19 infection will have to postpone vaccination appointments after they received lower-than-expected jab supplies from the Public Health Ministry.

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Suvarnabhumi Tops Ranking Of Global Airports Threatened By Rising Sea Level

03 Jun, 2021

Thailands Suvarnabhumi has a higher risk of flooding from rising sea levels than any other major airport in the world, according to new research.

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CP All Plans To Open 700 7-11 Stores

03 Jun, 2021

CP All Plc, the operator of 7-Eleven convenience stores, plans to spend 11.5-12 billion baht this year to expand its business.

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Phuket Ranked World’s 8th Best Place To Visit

03 Jun, 2021

Phuket appears among the top 10 “Worlds Best Places to Visit” in 2021 – a yearly ranking published by American media company US News & World Report.

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Phuket Counts Down To Arrival Of Foreign Tourists On July 1

03 Jun, 2021

Phuket is counting down to the arrival of international tourists on July 1 after being given the green light to reopen as scheduled.

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39 New Covid Fatalities, 3,886 New Cases

03 Jun, 2021

There were 39 new Covid-19 fatalities and 3,886 new cases over the past 24 hours, the Public Health Ministry reported on Thursday morning.

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Foreigners Get Jab Next Week

03 Jun, 2021

Diplomats, consular workers 'go first'

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38 Covid Fatalities, 3,440 New Cases

02 Jun, 2021

Health authorities reported another 38 Covid-19 fatalities on Wednesday and 3,440 new cases?

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Phuket Has Herd Immunity, Now It Will Also Have International Flight Connectivity From July 1st

02 Jun, 2021

Flights from London, Dubai and Doha as well as key cities in Europe and Asia which will see direct flights to Phuket from July 1st as the island resort is already back on the travel agent’s open lists for bookings.

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Nok Shares Take Off As Trading Suspension Temporarily Lifted

02 Jun, 2021

Shares of Nok Airlines (NOK), a low-cost airline operating mostly domestic services, doubled on Wednesday on its first day after a three-month trading suspension, amid cautions from regulators.

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