The Thai government reported five new cases of the novel coronavirus on Sunday, all of them in quarantine.
A six-member delegation led by the US army chief of staff will be the first group of foreigners to officially visit Thailand after the easing of the ban on inbound international flights this week.
Two men have been arrested and 1,420kg of crystal methamphetamine found hidden in a trailer truck in Tak Bai district of Narathiwat in the early hours of Thursday.
However, the kingdom’s cabinet extended its state of emergency for another month.
Thailand on Wednesday reported that two more new cases of coronavirus disease infection, workers returning from Kuwait, raising the total to 3,173.
The Centre for Covid-19 Admin extends the emergency decree to the end of July.
As the July 1 opening of the new school year approaches, people are most concerned about measures to protect children from COVID-19, according to the results of an opinion survey by the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University or Suan Dusit Poll.
Business representatives, skilled workers, people with Thai families among others.
Footage of a distressed baby elephant jabbed by bullhooks at a Thai camp to tame it before joining the tourist industry has been released by conservationists in an appeal to end the practice.
Thai Police are on high alert after a cache of weapons and ammunition found on Tuesday in Tak’s Mae Sot district were suspected of being part of a plot to stir up political unrest.
The government on Wednesday reported one new case of coronavirus disease, a returnee from the Philippines already in quarantine.
Operators have been hoping to reopen next month.
Operators of night entertainment hangouts welcome the promise by the business lockdown-easing committee.
The Thai government reported six new coronavirus cases and no new deaths on Thursday, taking the total number of infections in Thailand to 3,141 with 58 deaths since January.
The Thai government on Wednesday reported there were no new cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and the country has been free of local infection for 23 days.
The government reported zero new coronavirus cases and no new deaths for the second consecutive day on Tuesday, leaving the total number of infections in Thailand at 3,135 with 58 deaths since January.
Leaving total number of infections in Thailand at 3,135 with 58 deaths since January.
However, the emergency decree remains in effect.
But the emergency decree will remain in force to ensure continued containment virus.
The government is considering easing entry restrictions for foreign visitors possibly in the third or final quarter of this year.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Tuesday advised the country to be fully prepared to implement remote-learning measures if the COVID-19 situation does not improve.
Thailand’s parliament approves a near-$60 billion stimulus package.
The Communicable Diseases Control Act is likely to be used to battle the second wave.
Thailand on Thursday reported 11 new cases all quarantined returnees from overseas.
Thailand confirmed two new coronavirus cases and one additional death on Monday, a health ministry spokesman said.
Thailand’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) is considering allowing schools in infection-free areas to reopen first in July.
Dozens of migrant workers in Banteay Meanchey tried to sneak into Thailand.
The number of shoppers is more than expected: assistant national police chief.
Thailand’s economy shrank for the first time in six years because of Coronavirus.
Shopping centres reopen in a gradual easing of restrictions.