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.
Those who use monthly packages with more than 10 GB or unlimited data, or the numbers registered by juristic persons, are not eligible.
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...
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
Here is the nutshell of Thailand’s Cabinet Meeting chaired by Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha on April 7, 2020.
Thailand’s government confirmed, on Tuesday, 38 more coronavirus infections bringing the total number of infections inside the country to 2,258.
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.
62 more patients have recovered, which brings the total number of recovered patients to 674.
A Philippine man, 27, who worked as a receptionist at the same hotel in Patong with patient 106.
The Thai government may impose a 24-hour curfew, if the rate of new COVID-19 infections does not slow substantially to a satisfactory level, after a week of the 10pm-4am...