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Sign petition to urge government to give 10k OWWA assistance to Thailand-based OFWs affected by COVID-19
Isang grupo ng mga OFWs sa Thailand bumuo ng petisyon upang hikayatin ang gobyerno lalo na si Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III at OWWA Administrator Hans Leo Cacdac na...
To apply for the cash assistance program, on-site OFWs must visit the Philippine Overseas Labor Office in their host country. There is no POLO office in Thailand as well....
We intend to resume flying by May 1, 2020, if allowed by government authorities, global public health conditions and the travel environment.
Thailand approved the automatic visa extension for foreigners in Thailand who have been affected by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Checkpoints on roads into city
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.
“No work, no pay” teachers and those who were affected by coronavirus (COVID-19) in Nonthaburi received food packs.
Here is the nutshell of Thailand’s Cabinet Meeting chaired by Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha on April 7, 2020.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) extended the ban of incoming flights until April 18, 2020.
Majority of Filipino workers in Thailand are educators working in schools, colleges and universities.
Thai media TNN reported that a decision is expected today that will see Thai schools remain shut for six weeks longer than scheduled.
Thailand’s government confirmed, on Tuesday, 38 more coronavirus infections bringing the total number of infections inside the country to 2,258.
An Embassy official conveyed his message of thanks to the Filipino community for their partnership and hope that they can move this Bayanihan initiative forward with their own initiatives.
Government Spokesperson Prof. Narumon Pinyosinwat clarified about an information spread online which warned the public to get prepared as the Government would invoke the 24-hour curfew from April 10,...
Koh Samui will impose a ban on people entering the resort island from Tuesday until the end of the month, as it joins the nationwide campaign to bring down...
There will be no 24-hour curfew if people comply with the current 10pm-4am prohibition and the number of new cases of coronavirus disease drops, the head of the government's...
The Thai government confirmed new 51 cases of coronavirus on Monday, April 6 bringing the total number of patients to 2,220.
The memo, marked ‘urgent,’ told provincial governments to prepare local quarantine areas, store food, and necessities, prepare field hospitals and make sure locals understand the government measures.
For Filipinos affected by COVID-19 in Pattaya, you may contact Gilbert Dong Juanim (0946616285) or Roma Amor.