Due to recent events of locals and our kababayans taking their lives due to COVID-19, Thailand has a non-profit organization that can provide professional help called Samaritans Thailand. Hotline...
It is the lowest total in over three weeks, with the number of infections in the country decreasing since the government introduced a nationwide social isolation policy.
The government said that 3 more persons, an American, a Russian and an Indian national, have died from the disease bringing the death toll to 30.
62 more patients have recovered, which brings the total number of recovered patients to 674.
76 more people have recovered from the disease bringing the total number of recovered to 581.
Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) on Thursday confirmed 104 new coronavirus patients brining the total number of cases to 1,875.
The number of infected also rose by 127 cases bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 1,651. Of that number 1,407 are Thai nationals while 244 are foreign...
Air pollution across the upper North remains at critical levels with authorities monitoring almost 400 active hotspots in Chiang Mai alone on Sunday.
It is the fifth straight day that the total number of cases rose by a 100 or more patients.
Foreigners including Filipinos can apply for COVID-19 insurance in leading Thai banks. Here are some posts of our kababayan who were able to get the said insurance at Siam...