The website says registrations will be open from 14:00 to 18:00 each day.
Damnoen Saduak, a famous floating market in Ratchaburi province, has been directly hit by Thailand’s Covid-19 crisis.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has declared that it was a historic day when Thailand began to strike back at COVID-19, as it achieved its target of administering at least...
According to the woman’s niece, who took her to the vaccination site at the Thai Business Administration Technological College in Bangkok, the woman had a headache and developed mild...
Here's the initial information on the ‘Phuket Sandbox’ model to safely reopen Phuket to fully vaccinated international travelers from July 1, 2021.
Koh Samui Tourism Promotion Association president Ratchaporn Phoonsawas said this popular tourist destination is ready to reopen on July 1, after tourists have been kept away for several months...
Thailand’s Public Health Ministry launched a website on Monday afternoon to accept registrations, in English, from foreigners living in Thailand who want to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Beginning June 8, 2021, anyone who is caught not wearing a mask in public places can be fined as follows:
Viva Filipinas is celebrating its 1st year anniversary in the Kingdom of Thailand.
ALIN CARGO is the largest Thai-Filipino-owned freight company in Thailand.
They were equipped with necessary testing equipment and state of the art information technology system for fast and accurate testing.
Here's the latest updates on COVID-19 restrictions in place in Bangkok until June 14, 2021
From 1 July, 2021, vaccinated foreign tourists will be allowed to visit Phuket without quarantine, so the countdown starts now to the reopening of Phuket!”
Deputy spokesman Natapanu Nopakun said the government had set June 7 for the start of the vaccination campaign.
All domestic arrivals entering Phuket by road or boat, except children under 5 years old, must be fully vaccinated or tested negative for COVID-19 within seven days of arriving...
Ukrainian Ambassador to Thailand, H.E. Mr. Andrii Beshta, died of a heart attack today (Sunday), and his death was not COVID-19 related