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...
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...
Dr Songkran said the new cases would cause some hospitals, including Yaha Hospital, to approach their full capacity.
CCSA spokesman Taweesilp Visanuyothin said on Monday the decree will be extended to the end of May.
Thailand’s government said on Thursday that it had discovered 13 new coronavirus infections bringing the total number of infected to 2,839. The 13 new cases are the lowest number...
Thailand reported 15 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, with 1 death reported, raising the total to 2,826 and 49 deaths.
This means that foreigners whose visas had expired as from 26 March 2020 will be permitted to stay until 31 July 2020 without having to apply for an extension.
The highly-contagious disease has also killed 25 more overseas Filipinos, the highest reported number of deaths in two weeks, raising the total to 140 deaths
No new fatalities were reported. Thailand has had 47 deaths from the coronavirus.
It continues a lowering trend of new infections with no increase of three digits in over a week.
The government imposed a nationwide curfew between 10pm and 4am from April 3 to April 30 as a measure to combat coronavirus transmission.
Food packs were delivered to no work, no pay teachers at agencies on Sunday.
The King said he and Her Majesty the Queen stand ready to help to support their work, the prime minister added.
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.
Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) government said on Friday that it had discovered 50 more coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours bringing the total number of cases...
The family of a Filipino infected with coronavirus (COVID-19) in Bangkok is asking for help.