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Phuket News
Bushfire-hit Australians still in tents as virus slows recovery
WORLD: Victims of Australia’s catastrophic bushfires are still living in tents, garages and makeshift shelters months after the blazes ended, with efforts to rebuild their lives hampered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Chinese wife of Italian engineer Phuket’s latest COVID case
PHUKET: The Chinese wife of the Italian engineer in Cherng Talay who was reported on Saturday confirmed as infected with COVID-19 has become Phuket’s latest case reported as confirmed infected with the virus.
Electricity outage to hit areas near Chalong Circle
PHUKET: The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced that the electricity supply will be temporarily shut off in parts of Chalong and Rawai tomorrow (May 26) as work is carried out on installing new high-voltage cables.
Wife stabs husband with broken bottle over refusal to fix fan
PHUKET: A woman at a construction camp in Thalang yesterday (May 24), outraged that her husband remained drinking with a friend instead of repairing an electric fan as she had repeatedly asked, attacked her husband with a bottle, leaving him with a serious gash to his head. Stabs to his chest with the broken bottle also left him with a punctured lung.
Thailand reports two more COVID cases, one death
THAILAND: The government confirmed two new coronavirus cases and one additional death today (May 25), a health ministry spokesman said.
China says virus pushing US ties to brink of ’Cold War’
WORLD: China said yesterday (May 25) that its relations with the United States were “on the brink of a new Cold War,” fuelled partly by tensions over the coronavirus pandemic that has killed nearly 350,000 people worldwide and pitched the global economy into a massive downturn.
Further reopenings set for June
THAILAND: Boxing stadiums, massage parlours, spas, cinemas, convention venues and tutorial schools are among the moderate-risk category of businesses and activities expected to be allowed to reopen for the third stage of COVID-19 lockdown easing next month.
Phuket’s Sea Bees Diving steps up for COVID relief
PHUKET: The multi-award-winning Phuket dive company Sea Bees Diving headed by Holger Schwab has launched its own campaign to help people left without any income to buy food due to the COVID-19 situation.
Firefighters rescue dogs trapped in house on fire
PHUKET: Locla firefighters rescued two dogs trapped in a burning room at a house on fire in Kathu yesterday (May 23).
Phuket officials mark zero new COVID cases, total remains at 226
PHUKET: The Phuket Communicable Disease Committee in its daily report for today (May 24) marked zero new cases of people infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus. As such, the total number of people in Phuket officially recognised as infected with the virus since the outbreak began stands at 226.
 
The Thaiger
Students to wear mask, get temperature checked at school

Students will need to wear a face mask and have their temperature checked before entering school. The Public Health and Education ministries recently put restrictions in place for the start of school set for July 1, according to Nation Thailand. Schools are categorised as a high risk area for the potential spread of the coronavirus. […]

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Phuket chef hands out over 2,000 free meals

The Covid-19 pandemic has seen many heartwarming outpourings of charity, with a lot of businesses, both Thai and foreign, handing out free meals and essential goods to those affected by the crisis. The southern province of Phuket is no exception, with many pubs and restaurants joining in. But people in the island’s Bang Tao district […]

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Ayutthaya welcomes visitors after restrictions lift

Ayutthaya is welcoming visitors again after months of empty temple grounds as another set of restrictions were lifted over the weekend, allowing temples and historical sites to open back up. Thailand’s economy is dependant on tourism and officials hope to get at least some domestic trips up and running by June. The Ayutthaya governor says the […]

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2 new cases of Covid-19 reported in Thailand with one additional death (May 25)

Today the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration announced 2 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Thailand with 1 additional death. The 2 new cases consist of 1 imported case, a Thai woman repatriated from Russia last Wednesday who is currently under state quarantine in Chon Buri province. The other is a 49 year old Chinese […]

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Cross-border drug trafficking is a “leading concern”

Thousands of people have been arrested since October for drug trafficking in Northeast Thailand. Methamphetamine and cannabis cross the Laos and Cambodia borders into Thailand and make their way down to Bangkok other parts of Thailand. According to Bangkok Post, the issue has now become a leading concern for Justice Minister Somsak Thepsutin. 18,360 people […]

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Street vendor on-selling community pantry donations

One vendor seems to be using the pop-up “pantries of sharing” to their advantage, taking the donated grocery products and then on-selling them at a market in Rangsit, outside Bangkok. In a photo shared on Twitter, the products, like soy milk and instant noodles, have a label showing that they are from the community pantry. […]

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Gang raids virus screening checkpoint and empties community pantry

A coronavirus screening checkpoint in Northern Thailand has been ransacked yesterday morning. Police say around 3 men cleaned out and knocked over the community pantry, which was stationed at the checkpoint, and destroyed some of the plastic chairs. Around 1 am, the group stormed the checkpoint, a tent step-up used to check people travelling in […]

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Horse riding makes a comeback on Hua Hin beaches

From next Friday, horses are expected back on the beaches of Hua Hin, on the Gulf of Thailand. It follows the easing of more Covid-19 restrictions last week as Prachuap Khiri Khan officials allowed some businesses, including horse-riding operations, to reopen. It’s understood that hotels, department stores and shopping malls are also back in business. […]

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Curfew violators made to volunteer at temples

As Thailand’s already crowded prisons struggle to cope with an influx of a new type of criminal, the “curfew violator”, the Department of Probation has come up with a novel solution – send them to the temples. Thailand has had a national curfew in place since the establishment of the country’s emergency decree on March […]

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Opposition criticises Thai government over economic toll of Covid response

Opposition party Pheu Thai has condemned the government’s management of the Covid-19 crisis, saying total shutdown has had a devastating effect on the country’s economy. In a report in Nation Thailand, Paopoom Rojanasakul, vice secretary-general of the party says the hard-hitting restrictions imposed across the country have led to high unemployment, with the International Monetary […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Bank of Thailand governor won’t seek second term
The Bank of Thailand (BoT) is set for a new governor after its incumbent head Veerathai Santiprabhob decided against seeking a second term.
Thailand reports 2 more Covid cases, 1 death Monday
The government confirmed two new coronavirus cases and one additional death on Monday, a health ministry spokesman said.
Further reopenings set for June
Boxing stadiums, massage parlours, spas, cinemas, convention venues and tutorial schools are among the moderate-risk category of businesses and activities expected to be allowed to reopen for the third stage of Covid-19 lockdown easing next month.
Chaturon readies new party
Former deputy prime minister and chief policy strategist of the now-defunct Thai Raksa Chart Party Chaturon Chaisang says he is in the process of forming a new political party.
Strengthening agility and resilience in your organisation
The future is uncertain and we do not know what new crises might await us. Many businesses in Thailand are reopening as the Covid-19 pandemic starts to ease. We cannot know for sure what will happen, but we all know that we will face another major change in our economy.
Five tipped to lead THAI comeback
Five leading businessmen are expected to be nominated as administrators of a rehabilitation plan for debt-ridden Thai Airways International (THAI) which has now lost its state enterprise status, a source at the national carrier said.
Mass prayers held to celebrate end of Ramadan
Muslims across the country attended mass prayers on Sunday to welcome Hariraya after the end of their fasting month.
New Covid cases, deaths in Thailand return to zero Sunday
Thailand on Sunday reported no new coronavirus cases and no new deaths, maintaining the totals at 3,040 confirmed cases and 56 fatalities since the outbreak began in January.
Less tourism leads changes in post-Covid 'new normal': Poll
Reduced tourism heads the list of ways Thai people think their behaviour patterns will change in the "new normal" in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to an opinion poll carried out by the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit Poll.
School sex abuse cases spark alarm
The three child sexual abuses cases which have taken place this month are clearly a wake-up call for all stakeholders to come up with better prevention methods.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
India air travel restart hits chaos and cancellations
NEW DELHI: Airlines' plans to resume air travel in India were in disarray on Monday after some states restricted the number of flights hours before departure, causing last-minute cancellations and leaving hundreds of passengers stranded.
China space programme targets July launch for Mars mission
BEIJING: China is targeting a July launch for its ambitious plans for a Mars mission which will include landing a remote-controlled robot on the surface of the red planet, the company in charge of the project has said.
Melon-aires not required as Japan premium fruit prices plunge
TOKYO: A pair of premium Japanese melons sold Monday for just a slice of the five million yen (1.47 million baht) reached at auction last year, as the coronavirus bites hard.
Bushfire-hit Australians still in tents as virus slows recovery
COBARGO, Australia: Victims of Australia's catastrophic bushfires are still living in tents, garages and makeshift shelters months after the blazes ended, with efforts to rebuild their lives hampered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Qatar virus tracing app stirs rare privacy backlash
DOHA: Privacy concerns over Qatar's coronavirus contact tracing app, a tool that is mandatory on pain of prison, have prompted a rare backlash and forced officials to offer reassurance and concessions.
Seri Ruam Thai candidate to run in Lampang by-election
LAMPANG: A candidate of the Seri Ruam Thai Party led by Pol Gen Sereepisuth Temiyavet on Monday applied to contest the June 20 by-election in Constituency 4 of this northern province.
Phuket: Chinese woman diagnosed with Covid-19
PHUKET: One new Covid-19 case has been recorded in this southern island province, bringing the provincial tally to 227, the provincial communicable disease committee announced on Monday.
Bank of Thailand governor won’t seek second term
The Bank of Thailand (BoT) is set for a new governor after its incumbent head Veerathai Santiprabhob decided against seeking a second term.
Australia plans to export solar power to Singapore via undersea cable
Survey work will soon begin on an ambitious plan to export power from a giant solar farm in Australia to Singapore via a 3,800 kilometre undersea cable.
Thailand reports 2 more Covid cases, 1 death Monday
The government confirmed two new coronavirus cases and one additional death on Monday, a health ministry spokesman said.
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