Updated number of cases by region as of Thursday morning, April 2.
Supermarkets, pharmacies, food takeaways and deliveries, banks and ATMs, and other essential services used in daily life remain open.
The proposal was approved by the cabinet on Tuesday, March 31 and is set to be officially announced.
Any amount of help will make a big difference to our fellow OFWs affected by this epidemic.
Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) confirmed on Wednesday 120 new coronavirus patients and two new fatalities. Total is at 1771 patients.
Social activity is prohibited in hotels, houses or public spaces and 24-hour convenience stores will now close at 10pm until 5am the following morning.
The governor of Nonthaburi province has imposed a curfew from 11pm to 5am, effective on Tuesday, to contain the spread of coronavirus
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...
Passengers to other destinations will be asked to complete a form about their health.
Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health confirmed on Monday 136 new Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases bringing the total number to 1,524. Source: MOPH via Jaycee Dilan Photo: Thailand Medical
The Phuket governor has issued an order barring people and vehicles from leaving and entering the southern island province as it confirms six more Covid-19 infections, bringing the total...
The Embassy has also assigned teams to assist in emergency cases seven days a week.
The Department of Health on Saturday reported 272 new cases of coronavirus disease, the biggest single-day increase since the outbreak began, raising the country total to 1,075.
The new public announcement does not mention insurance.
Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) on Friday reported 91 new coronavirus (COVID-19) bringing the total infections to 1,136.
Although people are not prohibited from traveling, they have been urged not to travel during this time for the sake of public health.