Cambodian migrant workers in Thailand have been advised to stay put.
The Thai government recorded 369 new COVID-19 cases.
A young woman has been arrested in Bangkok’s Sai Mai area and a quantity of a new illegal drug cocktail known as “k-powdered milk” seized in the wake of the death of six people who used it.
Almost 300 Myanmar migrants left the field hospital in Samut Sakhon, Thailand, yesterday, becoming the first large group of migrants to have recovered from COVID-19.
The Thai Ministry of Public Health’s Department of Disease Control (DDC) has reported on its website that as of yesterday evening, a total 108 Cambodians in Thailand have tested positive for COVID-19.
A man who drove migrant labourers to and from work has died after catching C-19.
Work on a fifth bridge linking Laos and Thailand across the Mekong River has begun after a construction agreement was signed in December.
Two Thai workers who visited Rong Kloeur market are found to be positive for C-19.
The Ministry of Public Health will ask the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) to defer the entry of British visitors to the country after the fast-spreading B117 strain of COVID-19 was found in four British nationals entering Thailand on December 21.
About 129 workers have been allowed to return to their homes after being quarantined.
Bangkok’s nightlife went quiet as a ban on bars, nightclubs and restaurant alcohol sales went into effect Saturday.
Thailand reports 121 new COVID-19 cases, 94 of them local transmissions.
A migrant worker, who returned from Thailand, escapes mandatory quarantine.
Christmas and Thailand’s love of elephants combined Wednesday when four of the giant creatures dressed as Santa turned up at a school just outside Bangkok, complete with huge coronavirus masks.
Migrant workers have been banned from moving in or out of Samut Sakhon province.
Border tightened: Mandatory quarantine for everyone crossing Cambodia-Thai border after Thailand outbreak
Cambodia tightens its border following a spurt of 576 COVID-19 cases in Thailand.
Samut Sakhon is put under a lockdown with a curfew imposed from 10pm until 5am.
Health Ministry asks authorities along Thai borders to be cautious amid COVID-19 outbreak in Samut Sakhon
Health Ministry asks all provincial authorities near Thai borders to be more cautious.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus: ‘Thailand is an excellent example that with a whole-of-government, whole-of-society, comprehensive approach, this virus can be contained – even without a vaccine.’
In January this year, Oeung Hangbou, a junior at the Department of Media and Communication (DMC), Royal University of Phnom Penh, got off a plane in Bangkok, Thailand, with his heart full of excitement.
Rally leaders demand the revocation of Section 112 of the Criminal Code.
Tourists from everywhere are now welcome to visit Thailand under STV long-stay prog.
On 5 December Thai people celebrate the Birthday Anniversary of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, National Father’s Day, and National Day of Thailand.
Thousands of Thai democracy activists rallied in Bangkok Wednesday to demand the king give up control of his multibillion-dollar fortune, turning their protest movement directly on the once-untouchable monarchy’s vast wealth.
CBCC will act as a one-stop business chamber for Cambodia in Thailand.
Twelve Thai pro-democracy protest leaders have been summoned by police to answer charges of royal defamation, the first use of the draconian law in almost three years, as Bangkok gears up for another major rally.
Deputy chief of the Metropolitan Police Bureau warns charges against more protesters.
For Thailand’s “sea gypsies” it has brought welcome respite from mass tourism.
The first mass gathering since Prayut warned harsh charges to crack down on protesters.
Thousands of democracy activists march on Thailand’s police headquarters in Bangkok.