The Thai province of Nonthaburi, a part of Greater Bangkok, has imposed a curfew banning people from leaving home between 11pm and 5am until further notice in a fresh bid to stem the surge in coronavirus infections.
Thailand bans the entry of foreigners and government may impose a 24-hour curfew.
Lao and Vietnamese migrant workers were being allowed to leave Thailand across the Friendship Bridge to Thakhek in Khammouane province of Laos.
Thai researchers have developed a rapid test kit for COVID-19 and plan to launch clinical trials next month.
Cambodian Embassy in Thailand asks migrant workers and students not to leave.
The Foreign Ministry on Saturday reiterated that the cancellation of visa on arrival (VOA) for 18 countries and visa exemption for three highly-infected countries came into effect on Friday.
Thailand yesterday deferred a decision to cancel granting of visas on arrival for 18 countries and visa exemption for three others to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Thailand’s Department of Disease Control (DDC) plans to impose compulsory measures for all inbound arrivals.
Thai health authorities have said they would not order the compulsory quarantine of visitors from four countries hit hard by coronavirus, as the kingdom struggles to balance health fears with the needs of its flatlining economy.
The senior judge who shot himself in a Yala courtroom last October to protest against alleged interference in judicial rulings succumbed to self-inflicted wounds after a second attempt to take his own life on Saturday.
Thailand’s government threatened legal action on Monday against a banned opposition party which claimed Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha aided in the cover-up of Malaysia’s 1MDB graft scandal by harbouring a fugitive financier.
Line Thailand aims to make Line TV a professional content provider in Asean by 2023 while partnering with out-of-home (OOH) media to support advertisers using Line’s platform to reach online and offline users.
A traffic accident in Thailand claimed the life of one Cambodian worker.
Trade between the two countries grow by 12 percent in 2019 to $9.4 billion.
Thai army portrays the shooter as a rogue soldier, not a product of the army system.
Prayut Chan-o-cha orders a review of security measures at the military’s armouries.
In a fourth-floor toilet of the Terminal 21 mall, shoppers jammed cubicle doors against the entrance to keep out a Thai soldier on a shooting spree, tracing his movements through fragments of CCTV passed on by friends on the outside.
A debt dispute is behind the rampage of a Thai soldier who killed at least 29: Prayut.
Thailand reported more cases of human-to-human transmission of coronavirus with six people – four Thais and two Chinese tourists – the latest found to be infected, Thai health officials said on Tuesday.
Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam reiterate concerns over Luang Prabang dam.
Thai police have been kept on their toes in the investigation into a wealthy criminal suspect who has been given the alias “Ice Metal Casket”.
The opposition submitted a censure debate motion on Friday to Parliament president Chuan Leekpai, in which Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and five other ministers will be targeted.
18 and 14 years old girls are rescued near the Thai border in Battambang.
The Mekong River has almost dried up in That Phanom district.
The Tourism and Sports Ministry is pondering the cancellation of visas-on-arrival (VOAs) for Chinese travellers from areas most affected by the coronavirus, even as there are concerns the move may affect rocky tourism relations between the two countries in the long run.
Thailand has sent military medical personnel to help with the screening of passengers at international airports as another six Chinese nationals entering the country were found to be infected with the Wuhan coronavirus on Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases detected in the country to 14.
Court questions a woman over a complaint of abuse in Thailand in 2013.
Cambodian embassy in Thailand denies unauthorised fees of dead migrant workers.
More than half of the Southeast Asian population is under the age of 30
The government is considering whether to impose a ban on personal car use in affected areas to cope with high levels of hazardous ultra-fine PM2.5 dust particles in the air, if levels exceed 100 microgrammes per cubic metre (µg/m³), twice the safety level.