Group of Thai parents protest at the Thai Ministry of Education over mandatory Covid-19...

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Bangkok - A group of parents arrived at the Ministry of Education yesterday, January 18th, 2022, to demand the cancellation of regular ATK (Rapid Covid-19) testing and the mandatory policy of wearing facial masks for...

A look at the week ahead in Thailand news: Health Ministry and Thai Covid...

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Bangkok- The following is our weekly feature in which we take a look at the top developing stories and things to follow over the next week. We are focusing on what is happening for the...

Thai pro-democracy protest leader Rung granted bail extension until mid-June

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Bangkok - The Thai Criminal Court yesterday, January 13th, granted a bail extension and eased some movement restrictions for pro-democracy protest leader Panusaya "Rung" Sithijirawattanakul until June 15th, 2022. Rung, who was facing lese mejeste and...

Thai PM and Covid-19 Center to meet tomorrow, Friday, January 7th to consider tightening...

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Bangkok - Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O'Cha has ordered the relevant authorities to assess the situation of Covid-19 after the New Year's holiday before presenting it to the Covid-19 Center general meeting this Friday, January 7th. Government...

Thai Public Health Minister to propose another postponement of legally allowing entertainment venues to...

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Bangkok - Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul is planning to propose to relevant agencies like the Center for Covid Situation Administration, or CCSA, another postponement of officially allowing entertainment venues to reopen, originally scheduled to...

Four detained Thai pro-democracy protest leaders denied bail once again over holiday weekend, pro-democracy...

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Bangkok - Thailand's Criminal Court on Friday, December 24th, denied bail for four prominent pro-democracy protest leaders, reasoning that there were no probable reasons to change their previous orders, subsequently angering pro-democracy protesters and supporters...

Thai Sriwilai political party prepare to establish extraordinary committee to consider legalizing sex workers...

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Bangkok - The Thai Sriwilai political party is planning to establish a committee to study and organize brothels, massage parlors, and lounges, and the legalization of sex workers in order to attract foreign visitors and...

WHO urges cancellation of global holiday events over Omicron spread, Thai government says will...

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National - The World Health Organization has urged the cancellation of some of the holiday events around the world to protect public health as the Omicron variant spreads globally.WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said this...

Thai government suspends “Thailand Pass” “Test & Go” scheme to prevent Omicron infections, effective...

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National - The Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has halted new "Thailand Pass" registration except for Alternative Quarantine and Phuket Sandbox and suspended the "Test & Go" no-quarantine tourism scheme for all international tourists,...

Qualified nightlife and entertainment workers in Thailand to receive 5,000 baht in financial...

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National - The Thai Ministry of Labor is preparing to distribute at least a first lot of 5,000 baht compensation for qualified Thai nightlife and entertainment venue workers registered with the Social Security Office (SSO)...

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