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Phuket News
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Risk COVID at Immigration? Phuket’s first coronavirus death! More shut downs? || April 7
PHUKET XTRA - April 7 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Full immigration lines as two more offices open |:|38 new daily COVID cases in Thailand |:| Phuket’s first coronavirus death |:| Chalong, Kathu, Srisoonthorn ’shut down’ |:| Stranded Russians go from temple to resort |:| Village chief kills curfew breaking monk Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Three new COVID-19 cases, all from Patong.
PHUKET: The Phuket Communicable Disease Committee (CDC) today (Apr 7) announced three more confirmed cases of people infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Thongdee, the friendly gaur of Wang Nam Khieo
THAILAND: A wandering 8-year-old male gaur has become a familiar sight for people in Wang Nam Khieo district, near Khao Yai National Park.
Srisoonthorn latest Phuket area put on ‘lockdown’
PHUKET: The central Phuket subdistrict of Srisoonthorn has been “shut down” by order of the Phuket Governor, with all non-essential vehicles being banned entry or exit from residential area.
Thailand registers 38 new coronavirus cases, 1 new death
THAILAND: The government reported 38 confirmed new coronavirus cases and one additional death in a briefing on this morning (Apr 7).
Village chief kills monk, layman detained for curfew violation
THAILAND: A village head was arrested after a renowned development monk and his layman companion were shot dead after being detained for violating the night curfew.
Phuket Governor order warns of B20k fine for not wearing mask in public
PHUKET: Phuket Governor Phakaphong Tavipatana has issued an order warning that persons in Phuket found not wearing a face mask while in a public area risk being fined up to B20,000.
Phuket Governor orders ’shut down’ for Chalong, Kathu
PHUKET: Chalong and Kathu have been “shut down” by order of the Phuket Governor, with all non-essential vehicles being banned entry or exit from the main tourist and expat residential areas on the island.
China reports no new coronavirus fatalities for first time as US deaths surge
WORLD: China today (Apr 7) reported no new coronavirus deaths for the first time since it started publishing figures in January, the National Health Commission said.
144,000 lose jobs in shutdown
THAILAND: More than 140,000 employees lost their jobs last month due to the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Department of Employment.
 
The Thaiger
Boxing fans preparing to donate blood plasma to help others with their recovery

Today, boxing fans who has fully recovered from the Covid-19 virus has announced that they are planning to donate their blood plasma to help doctor and medical officials study on ways to help others. With the donation fans are hoping that it could help with the recovery of other patients and hopefully, find a cure […]

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Not recommended: Smoking marijuana at a police checkpoint

Most of us approach a police checkpoint with a bit of anxiety and apprehension but sometimes the “sabai sabai” approach makes for a more interesting interaction when you roll down your window. Last night in Chaiyaphum province, central Thailand, a tattoo-adorned man was stopped at a checkpoint in Kaeng Khro district around 9pm. His behaviour […]

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A Bangkok hospital offers free drive-through Covid-19 tests for taxi drivers

Few industries see more contact with potentially infected people than transportation services. That is why a new drive through testing system has been developed in the nation’s capital. Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi on Bangna-Trat Road has launched free drive-through Covid-19 tests for taxi drivers who live or work in Bang Na, Bang Kaew, Bang Phli, Suvarnabhumi […]

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Curfew violations on the rise

Despite the Emergency Decree of a nationwide curfew enforced by police checkpoints, armed soldiers, hefty fines and threats of jail time, people are still found to be violating the orders by going out. This from Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin, spokesman for the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration. “Not only are people ignoring the curfew, but the […]

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Thailand News Today – Tuesday, April 7

New coronavirus cases in Thailand fall to 38, 1 more death In another dramatic drop in new case numbers, Thailand’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration reported only 38 new Covid-19 coronavirus cases in the previous 24 hours, and one additional death. The cumulative death toll for Thailand now stands at 27. The 38 new infections […]

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Thai government schools push reopening to July 1

The cabinet announced today that government schools will be permitted to reopen from July 1 instead of May 16, which was in the original school calendar. A government spokesman says the cabinet acknowledged that the first semester of the 2020 academic year will have to be adjusted and schools will be permitted to start the […]

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1.9 trillion baht stimulus aims to relieve Covid-19 impacts on Thai business

Today, on the weekly meeting with the Thai Cabinet, it was concluded and approved that the third phase of the economic stimulus will commence as of today. The stimulus is valued at 1.9 trillion baht and is aimed to relieve some of the impacts of the Covid-19 outbreak. PM Prayut Chan-o-cha revealed that the third […]

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HRH Princess Sirindhorn sets up fund to aid Thai hospitals and health care providers

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn has assigned the Chaipattana Foundation (a non-government organisation) to set up funds and raise money to help hospitals and health care providers as an aid to battle against the Covid-19 virus. The fund is to support the requirement of medical equipment and supplies for hospitals and health care […]

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Covid Cat Craze Challenge aka. Flying Pussy Competition

What do we get when we add panic buying of toilet rolls, worldwide sports on hiatus, and lots of free time during the Covid-19 global pandemic quarantine measures? Cat videos of course! Not just cats, but cats v Toilet rolls. Cats jumping increasingly stacked toilet paper has gone viral, and no, not the kind that […]

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CP will start production of medical masks in Thailand

4 weeks ago the Charoen Pokphand Group announced plans to build a factory specifically to start the production of medical masks for medical personnel and Thai citizens. CP has now bought an automatic medical mask machine from China with the ability to produce 50,000 medical masks per day. In the past 3 weeks, the CP […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Cabinet gives green light to B1.9tn stimulus
The cabinet on Tuesday approved 1.9-trillion-baht spending to help people and businesses affected by the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), including 600 billion baht for six-month cash giveaways and 500-billion-baht soft loans for small and medium-sized businesses.
China reports no new deaths, cases slow in Europe: Virus update
China reported no new coronavirus deaths for the first time since the pandemic emerged. The most affected countries in Europe reported lower numbers of new cases, while New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the virus-related fatality rate was effectively flat for two days.
Thailand logs 38 new coronavirus cases, 1 new death Tuesday
The government reported 38 confirmed new coronavirus cases and one additional death in a briefing on Tuesday morning.
What do we know about coronavirus?
PARIS: Just three months ago, few people even knew the word "coronavirus". But as the disease continues to spread across the globe, infecting and killing thousands, and causing millions to live in self-isolation, it has become a watchword for the daily life of billions.
Analysts predict earnings backslide
Aggregate earnings per share (EPS) of SET-listed companies are expected to fall by as much as 25% this year because of the Covid-19 pandemic and plunging oil prices, says the Investment Analysts Association (IAA).
Don Mueang uses hiatus to upgrade
Don Mueang airport is turning the Covid-19 crisis into an opportunity by improving the interior of its international terminal while there are no passengers, airport director Sampan Khuntranont says.
Returnees prepare for quarantine
SONGKHLA: Seventy-six passengers who arrived on Monday from Indonesia, where they attended a religious event, are expected to be sent to state quarantine facilities in their home provinces on Tuesday.
Yuam River dam diverts more than just flow
Flowing freely along the Salween Basin, the Yuam River has been home to Karen villagers for many generations. From cradle to grave, they live off the land and the river, and for years they have been passing down the wisdom of their traditional ways to their descendants.
Markets rise as deaths slow in hotspots: Virus update
Germany and Spain reported lower numbers of new cases, a tentative sign that lockdown measures are easing the outbreak.
Dead infected tourist had concealed at-risk history
PHUKET: A Hungarian tourist who died of Covid-19 had earlier withheld details of his visits to entertainment areas, which resulted in 112 medical staff being suspended from work and placed in quarantine.
 
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
Abe declares state of emergency
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declared on Tuesday a state of emergency for Tokyo, Osaka and five other prefectures to curb the spread of the new coronavirus after an alarming growth in cases in urban areas.
Singapore to ban gatherings
Singapore is adopting new laws that ban both public and private gatherings of any size as the city-state ramps up social distancing measures to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
MP candidate again linked to mask fraud
A former election candidate of the Paradonraphab Party, Anonvat Vorametchayangkoon, is in hot water again after two women accused him of cheating them out of 520,000 baht in illegal face mask sales.
Covid centre 'working to bring Thais home'
The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) is working with related agencies to bring Thais stranded in airports across the world home as the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has extended a ban on all commercial flights to Thailand until April 18 to support the country's campaign to contain the coronavirus.
626 busted over decree violations
More than 600 people nationwide have been prosecuted for defying the emergency decree invoked to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
British PM Johnson fights coronavirus in ICU
LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was battling the coronavirus in intensive care on Tuesday, raising serious concerns on Tuesday about his health and the government's response to the still-escalating outbreak.
Schools won't reopen until July 1
The cabinet on Tuesday approved an Education Ministry proposal to postpone the reopening of all schools for the new semester from May 16 until July 1, as a measure to control Covid-19.
Face masks compulsory in Phuket
PHUKET: The provincial communicable disease committee on Tuesday issued an order requiring people going outdoors to always wear a face mask, or face a fine of up to 20,000 baht.
Cabinet gives green light to B1.9tn stimulus
The cabinet on Tuesday approved 1.9-trillion-baht spending to help people and businesses affected by the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), including 600 billion baht for six-month cash giveaways and 500-billion-baht soft loans for small and medium-sized businesses.
Cheap loans, debt moratorium focus of new B1tn stimulus
Low-interest loans and a six-months debt moratorium for small and medium-sized enterprises are the fulcrum of a new 1 trillion baht stimulus package to tackle the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak announced on Tuesday.
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