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WaiThai Debuts In Thailand

24 May, 2021

Two hospitality and tourism executives, Thomas Pfordte and Jantana Tanprasit have launched WaiThai Hospitality, an agency supporting hotels and restaurants during the Covid-19 pandemic and preparing them for the reopening phase.

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Visas For 6 Foreigners Revoked As Investigation Into Pattaya Police Shooting Continues

24 May, 2021

Immigration police revoked visas for six foreigners arrested during a raid on a Chinese online gambling in which two police officers were shot.

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Thailand’s Private Hospital’s Seek 5 Million Jabs Of The Moderna Vaccine

24 May, 2021

Thailand’s Private Hospital Association has announced it plans to order 5 million doses of the Moderna vaccine for paying customers.

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Over 2,700 New Covid-19 Cases And 30 Deaths

24 May, 2021

The Public Health Ministrys emergency operations centre on Monday reported 2,713 new Covid-19 cases and 30 deaths over a 24-hour period.

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Experts Urge More Jab Variety

24 May, 2021

Choice 'helps protect against variants'

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Testing The Stagflation Waters

24 May, 2021

A combination of sluggish economic growth, relatively high unemployment and a worrying inflation figure may be an omen, but several analysts suggest the situation is not critical

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Analysis: When Fully Vaccinated In Thailand, What Can You Do That Non-vaccinated Can’t? Right Now, Nothing, Although That May Change Down The Road

23 May, 2021

A popular question around the world, especially in some Western countries, is what can one do when they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 that they could not do if they were non-vaccinated.

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A Coral Bed For Turtle

23 May, 2021

A green sea turtle is seen asleep on coral reefs, captured on video by an official of Mu Ko Similan National Park in Phang Nga province. World Turtle Day is celebrated on May 23 each year.

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11 Provinces To Vaccinate 70 Per Cent Of Population By August

23 May, 2021

Seventy per cent of the population in 11 provinces will be vaccinated by August, as per the target set by the National Communicable Diseases Committee.

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17 Covid Fatalities, 3,382 New Cases Sunday

23 May, 2021

Thailand on Sunday reported 17 new Covid-19 fatalities, bringing the accumulated toll to 776, and 3,382 new cases for a running total of 129,500 since the start of the pandemic in January 2020.

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24 Covid Fatalities, 3,052 New Cases

22 May, 2021

605 new cases in prisons, 405 Covid patients on ventilators

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Some Schools To Remain Closed Until Infections Ease

22 May, 2021

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) on Friday extended the closure of schools in Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani and Samut Prakan to control coronavirus infections.

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Brown Line, Expressway Schemes Win MRTA Nod

22 May, 2021

The Brown Line monorail from Khae Rai to Lam Sali, with an accompanying expressway, has been approved by the Mass Rapid Transit Authority (MRTA).

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1,000 Test Positive In City Camp

22 May, 2021

Indian variant found at Laksi building site

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Covid Vaccination Registration For Foreigners From June 7

22 May, 2021

All foreigners in Thailand will be able to register at vaccination centres for Covid-19 shots from June 7

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School Opening Delayed In Greater Bangkok

21 May, 2021

The Education Ministry's plans to start the new school term on June 14.

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Chonburi Covid-19 Cases Steeply Rise To 127 After New Clusters Found At Factory And Migrant Worker Camp

21 May, 2021

The Chonburi Department of Public Health announced 127 new and confirmed cases of Covid-19 today, May 21st

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Multiple Wins For Centara

21 May, 2021

Centara Hotels & Resorts reaffirms its reputation as Thailand’s leading hotel operator with 36 Centara hotels and resorts declared winners under the banner of the 2021 Travellers’ Choice Best of the Best award for hotels.

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THAI’s Creditors Sign-off On Debt Plan

21 May, 2021

Thai Airways International’s creditors regrouped at a meeting on Wednesday to approve the airline’s debt restructuring plan following changes to four clauses.

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Phuket Getting Ready For Tourism Sandbox Campaign

21 May, 2021

“Phuket Tourism Sandbox” campaign to be launched on July 1.

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Exposing The Cracks Within Tourism

21 May, 2021

Covid-19 has shown how an overdependence on foreign tourists has ravaged the industry

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Chinese Vaccines Effective Against Variant Found In India

21 May, 2021

Research shows that Chinas inactivated vaccines are effective against the variant of the coronavirus first found in India.

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32 More Covid Deaths, 3,481 New Cases

21 May, 2021

There were 32 new Covid fatalities over the past 24 hours, bringing the toll to 735, and 3,481 new cases.

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Govt Rolls Out Three Vaccine Channels

21 May, 2021

Covid-19 vaccination will be provided via three channels with onsite registration instead of walk-in services.

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Phuket Marks Zero New Daily Infections

20 May, 2021

For the first time since health officials on the island started recording daily new infections during the current outbreak of COVID-19

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Creditors Of Thai Airways Approve Reorganization Plan

20 May, 2021

Creditors of Thai Airways International holding 91.56% of the airline’s debt have approved a business reorganization plan?

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Phuket Ranks First On Top Places For Digital Nomads

20 May, 2021

With more of us working remotely, the thought of swapping our sofa for sandy beaches is more popular than ever. But where are the best places to visit for those working virtually?

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Pattaya Sandbox Idea Still Needs A Whole Lot Of Detail

20 May, 2021

Under current Thai government policy, Pattaya is scheduled to reopen for international tourism on October 1, less than four months ahead.

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Covid-19 Vaccinations For Pattaya Public Begins

20 May, 2021

The first day of COVID-19 vaccinations for the people of Pattaya has commenced.

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Third Wave Of Pandemic Could Be Death Sentence For Thai Hotels

20 May, 2021

Thailand’s hospitality industry is one of the country’s hardest Covid-19 hit sectors. Two lockdowns and a raging third wave of the pandemic have forced hoteliers to temporarily suspend operations or in some cases shut up shop for good.

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