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Phuket News
No need for jab to be approved by WHO, says FDA
THAILAND: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has confirmed that each country has the right to register COVID-19 vaccines that will be used by their people without relying on a vaccine list approved by World Health Organisation (WHO).
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Phuket closures extended, foreigners face deportation over gatherings || May 12
PHUKET XTRA - May 12 || Brought to you by @PVC Phuket Phuket closures extended, foreigners face deportation if... |:| Covid update |:| Phuket Immigration opens Cherng Talay office |:| Can Phuket reopen? Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Phuket COVID restrictions extended, foreigners breaking order face expulsion
PHUKET: The raft of restrictions in effect across Phuket to prevent the spread of CVOID-19 have been extended through to May 31 under a new provincial order issued today (May 12). The order included a warning that foreigners failing to observe the restrictions in place regarding gatherings may be expelled from the country.
Phuket suffers first death in current COVID outbreak
PHUKET: Phuket has suffered its first death in the current outbreak of COVID-19, and a new cluster of infections in the Phoonpon area of Phuket Town has pushed the infection rate in Phuket higher than the national rate. 
Affluent turning to overseas vaccination tours
THAILAND: High net worth individuals are predicted to be the most likely group to take COVID-19 vaccination tours overseas, spending a fortune in the hope of choosing their own vaccines and heading abroad, instead of waiting for local vaccinations.
Bail approved for ‘Penguin’, ‘Ammy’
THAILAND: The Criminal Court has granted bail to two key Ratsadon protesters - Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak and Chai-amorn Kaewwiboonpan - after they agreed not to get involved in activities deemed to dishonour the monarchy or stir up unrest.
Woman found dead in car south of Patong
PHUKET:  A 30-year-old woman was found dead from apparent suicide in a her car parked by the side of Sirirat Rd, linking Patong and Karon, yesterday (May 11).
Bangkok targets 5m in mass inoculation drive
THAILAND: Health authorities now aim to get around 70% of the capital’s residents, or about 5 million people, vaccinated against COVID-19 in two months, according to a top Public Health Ministry official.
Cabinet approves extra funding for two relief packages
THAILAND: The cabinet yesterday (May 11) approved extending two COVID-19 relief schemes to deliver extra funding to some 41.5 million people under a budget of more than B78 billion.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Covid deaths hits daily record, again as foreigners charged for gathering || May 10
PHUKET XTRA - May 10 || Brought to you by @PVC Phuket Foreigners’ home raided |:| South Asian ban widens |:| Thailand Covid update |:| Burmese nationals fleeing Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
 
Thaiger
UPDATE: Phuket restrictions and bans extended, new ‘party’ clause added

UPDATE: Including a new clause… “5.2 Participating in eating or drinking of alcohol, in the family home or in any other place of residence, must not be attended by outsiders. In addition, gathering together or the organising of any other activities is prohibited. If the person who violates or commits this offence is a foreigner, the permission to remain living in Thailand under the Immigration Act could be revoked.” The new clause added to the extension of the restrictions includes a specific paragraph aimed at banning gatherings of people at their homes. Obviously with THIS in mind. ORIGINAL STORY: Phuket’s […]

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Former pageant queen in Myanmar sides with ethnic armies opposing military coup

A former pageant queen Htar Htet Htet has been vocal about her opposition to the military takeover in her home country, Myanmar. But recently, she took her stance even farther by posting a photo of herself in a black combat outfit with an assault rifle, showing support for the ethnic armies fighting against the state military. The Myanmar military took over the civilian government in February, ousting the state counsellor who had won the election in a landslide. Since then around 750 people have been killed by security forces. Ethnic armies that occupy border regions have opposed the military takeover, […]

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More than 2,000 inmates in Bangkok test positive for Covid-19

More than 2,000 inmates at the Bangkok Remand Prison and at the Women’s Correctional Institution have tested positive for Covid-19. The announcement from the Department of Corrections follows the recent news that a protest leader tested positive for Covid-19 after spending 8 weeks in jail awaiting trial for lese majeste charges. Pro-democracy activist Panusya “Rung” Sithijirawattanaku made a post on Facebook saying she tested positive for Covid-19. She had been held in the Women’s Correctional Institution for 59 days and was released on bail on May 6. The Department of Corrections says 2,835 inmates have tested positive for the virus […]

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Thailand News Today | Thai Airways decision, Covid Update, farmer hit by lightning | May 12

34 Covid-related deaths reported today, today is a big day in the long-running Thai Airways saga, with 13,000 creditors voting on whether or not to accept the struggling airline’s rehabilitation plan, An unfortunate farmer has been struck and killed by lightning in his rice field in the Phon Sawan district of Nakhon Phanom, British activist Andy Hall has been finally cleared of the last pending charge and anti-government protest leader has finally been granted bail after 10 requests

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Man, posed as Bangkok modelling agent, arrested for allegedly raping 36 women

A man in Bangkok was arrested on rape charges after 36 women came forward to police, claiming the man posed as a modelling agent to lure the women into an in-person meeting, then threatening them to take drugs and forcing them to have sex with him. The victims say 39 year old Denphum Wattanachotpinyo had posed as an agent, saying he could connect them with jobs as hostesses serving drinks at private parties and hotels. Some Thai models who are known as “pretties” often work as hostesses at private parties where sex, drugs and excessive drinking are often involved. With […]

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Thai Airways debt restructuring vote pushed back to next week

The vote on Thai Airways International’s debt restructuring plan has been postponed and rescheduled for next week. The national airline needs the plan to be approved by more than 50% of creditors to move forward with the bankruptcy proceedings. The airline’s total liabilities stack up more than 300 billion baht. With flight suspensions over the past year brought on by travel restrictions to prevent the spread of Covid-19, Thai Airways lost 141 billion baht last year. Thai Airways has proposed a 3-year freeze on the loan repayments as well as a 6-year delay on bond repayments. The airline is also […]

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Phuket restrictions and bans to stay in place until end of May

Phuket’s list of current ‘Covid’ restrictions have been extended until at least May 31. All the current levels of restrictions will remain until the end of the month after the Phuket Governor announced the continuation of restrictions this afternoon. Daily new infection numbers continue to add to the island’s total of 556 since the start of April. The island’s latest wave started after a series of events, mostly Bangkok partygoers flying down for parties at Café Del Mar in Kamala, Illusion and Shelter, both in Bangla Road. The parties were organised by a Thong Lor based events company called Kolour. […]

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Monks gather for a special ceremony in Pattaya to pray Covid-19 away

Hands placed together in the “wai” position and seated in chairs placed a safe “social distance” apart, monks in Pattaya gathered together at a local temple for a special ceremony to pray Covid-19 away. The Wat Chai by the Pattaya Walking Street was given special permission to hold the event where dozens of monks from other temples in the area came together to pray. To prevent the spread of Covid-19 at the ritual, monks wore face masks, practised social distancing, used hand sanitiser and had their body temperature checked. The monks chanted several mantras and performed rituals that they believe […]

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Lampang province sets example for vaccine registration

Vaccine hesitancy is proving to be a big problem in the quest to reach herd immunity and reopen Thailand, but Lampang province has outdone all the others in jab registration. In the northern province with just 740,000 people, nearly 224,000 have already registered for their Covid-19 vaccine, a number only topped by Bangkok’s 7 million residents registering just over 500,000 appointments. In fact, Nontha Buri is third-ranked with less than a quarter of the number of registered vaccine appointment that Lampang has, and only 22 of Thailand’s 77 provinces registered more than 10,000 people. The low registration numbers is a […]

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Protest leader tests positive for Covid-19 a week after being released from jail

A pro-democracy movement leader has tested positive for Covid-19 after she spent 8 weeks in jail awaiting a trial on lese majeste charges which prohibit statements that insult or defame the Thai Monarchy. 2 other protest leaders facing similar charges have tested positive for Covid-19 while in court detention. After being released from the Central Women’s Correctional Institution on May 6, Panusaya “Rung” Sithijirawattanakul spent most of her time at home. She went to a drive-through Covid-19 testing venue on May 10. She went by the Bangkok Remand Prison the next day for the release of 2 other protest leaders, […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Ministry promises 'walk-in' virus shots
Walk-in services for Covid-19 vaccination could be immediately taken to any province that is ready to provide free jabs to any person who has expressed a wish to get the vaccine, according to the Ministry of Public Health.
State bureaus told to halt requests
State agencies have been instructed to halt development proposals that were to be funded by the 1-trillion-baht emergency loan decree as the government is reserving the remainder to fight Covid-19 infections.
Eviction looms as rail project draws near
Prasobsuk community residents feel they are paying the price for the fast-paced infrastructure development cutting through the heart of Nakhon Ratchasima.
First private jab joint opens in Central mall
The first Covid-19 vaccination centre outside a hospital was opened on Wednesday at the CentralPlaza Ladprao shopping complex.
EV charging industry to reach B14bn
Sharge Management Co, an electric vehicle (EV) charging solution provider, expects the Thai EV charging equipment market to reach 14 billion baht in value by 2025 as a result of growth of the industry in the country.
Thousands of inmates infected
Nearly 3,000 inmates at Bangkok's two main prisons -- Bangkok Remand Prison and the Central Women's Correctional Institution -- have been found to be infected with Covid-19.
137 Covid cases linked to African gem trader
The government reported a Covid-19 cluster of 137 cases was traced back to an African gem trader who travelled between Chanthaburi and Bang Rak district of Bangkok and often attended religious ceremonies.
Thai volleyball team infected, to miss tournament in Italy
Spikers and staff of the national women's volleyball team have been diagnosed with Covid-19, forcing their withdrawal from an international tournament in Italy later this month.
Thai Airways creditors delay vote on debt restructuring plan
Thai Airways International Plc delayed a vote on its restructuring plan by a week after some creditors pushed for changes and sought time to study some last-minute tweaks unveiled by the administrator.
New daily high, 34 Covid deaths
The government on Wednesday reported a record daily high of 34 Covid-19 related deaths, lifting the total to 486, along with 1,983 new infections, for a total caseload of 88,907 since the epidemic began early last year.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Airlines seek meeting with Prayut
Seven airlines are seeking to meet Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to ask about the government's stand on their request for long-awaited soft loans.
Opposition makes fresh attempt to oust Thamanat
The opposition has launched a fresh attempt to oust Deputy Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister Thamanat Prompow who it believes to be unqualified to hold cabinet and other political positions.
Phuket banking on 129,000 arrivals
Phuket is set to welcome 129,000 international tourists in the first three months of the quarantine-free programme, while the government will team up with airlines to subsidise 100,000 one-way domestic air tickets, says the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT).
Ministry promises 'walk-in' virus shots
Walk-in services for Covid-19 vaccination could be immediately taken to any province that is ready to provide free jabs to any person who has expressed a wish to get the vaccine, according to the Ministry of Public Health.
No need for jab to be approved by WHO, says FDA
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has confirmed that each country has the right to register Covid-19 vaccines that will be used by their people without relying on a vaccine list approved by World Health Organisation (WHO).
State bureaus told to halt requests
State agencies have been instructed to halt development proposals that were to be funded by the 1-trillion-baht emergency loan decree as the government is reserving the remainder to fight Covid-19 infections.
Eviction looms as rail project draws near
Prasobsuk community residents feel they are paying the price for the fast-paced infrastructure development cutting through the heart of Nakhon Ratchasima.
Temporary Afghan ceasefire to begin after deadly violence
KABUL - A three-day ceasefire agreed by the warring Taliban and Afghan forces was due to come into force on Thursday, after weeks of intense clashes throughout the country.
First private jab joint opens in Central mall
The first Covid-19 vaccination centre outside a hospital was opened on Wednesday at the CentralPlaza Ladprao shopping complex.
SMEs to get tax break on software-related expenses
The cabinet on Tuesday approved in principle a measure to allow small-and-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to use their software or computer programme-related expenses as a deductible on corporate income tax at the rate of two times the expense in some cases, said the Revenue Department's director-general, Dr Ekniti Nitithanprapas.
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