Shopping malls and large retail outlets selling construction materials will be allowed to reopen as lockdown measures are eased further on May 17 if there is no surge in...
11 more patients have recovered from the virus bringing the total number of discharged patients to 2,772.
The Thai Cabinet has approved proposals to help ease the people’s burden during the Covid-19 situation by providing 20% discount on water bills until the end of June
Central Group has approved 2.3 billion baht to boost the sustainable grass-roots economy, including 1.5 billion baht to buy products directly from growers and community enterprises, including farm produce...
The government on Tuesday reported one new coronavirus case and no additional deaths, bringing the total in Thailand to 2,988 infections and leaving the death toll at 54.
The Airports of Thailand (AOT) resumed its domestic flights at its airports following over a month of temporary flight suspensions by several airlines as part of the efforts to...
Each food pack costs 300 THB with five kgs of rice, 10 noodles, 10 eggs, 3 sardines, 1 cooking oil and mung bean.
Dr Songkran said the new cases would cause some hospitals, including Yaha Hospital, to approach their full capacity.
The government has announced guidelines on domestic air travel scheduled to resume on Friday, May 1.
There were no new fatalities with the death toll still at 54.