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Anti-maskers in Indonesia are being forced to dig graves for COVID-19 victims

Anti-maskers in Indonesia are being forced to dig graves for COVID-19 victims Credit to yourcentralvalley Funeral workers wearing protective suits bury a coffin of coronavirus (COVID-19) victim at Pondok Ranggon cemetery in Jakarta, Indonesia on September 9, 2020. The cemetery of Pondok Ranggon is almost full as Jakarta’s administration recorded more...
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Natural border areas under close watch

เชียงรายเข้ม!! วางแนวลวดหนาม ป้องกันต่างด้าวลอบเข้าช่องทางธรรมชาติNatural border areas under close watch Credit to Bangkok Post Photo by Naewna.com The Public Health Ministry is gearing up efforts to prevent foreign migrants from neighbouring countries entering Thailand through natural border channels after Covid-19 infections in those countries started increasing. Suwannachai Wattanayingcharoenchai, director-general of the Department of Disease Control,...
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PUSSYCAT DOLLS COMING TO BANGKOK IN 2021

PUSSYCAT DOLLS COMING TO BANGKOK IN 2021 Credit to Khaosod English      BANGKOK — Don’t cha wish the Pussycat Dolls would come to Thailand? They will next year! “Hello Thailand. We will perform in Bangkok in 2021. We will announce the details later,” Nicole Scherzinger, lead singer of Pussycat Dolls,...
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Thailand finds first locally transmitted case of Covid-19 in over 100 days

Covid-19 in over 100 days  Credit to Thaienquier.com  Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health said on Thursday that it had discovered a locally transmitted case of Covid-19 after over 100 days of no cases. The patient was tested at a local prison after being arrested by police for drug charges. He...
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Thailand floats plan to welcome back international tourists in October

International tourists enjoy a Phuket beach in March, just weeks before the island locked down due to Covid-19.  Thailand floats plan to welcome back international tourists in October Credit to CNN Kocha Olarn and Karla Cripps, CNN         Bangkok (CNN) — Hope is on the horizon for travelers wanting to spend their upcoming winter holidays in Thailand -- provided they're willing to spend several weeks...
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Thai Airways loses 28 billion baht in the first half of the year

Thai Airways loses 28 billion baht in the first half of the year Embattled, bankrupt Thai Airways suffered about 28 billion baht in losses for the first 6 months of this year, mainly attributable to the Covid-19 pandemic, which has seriously impacted its operations and crushed global travel, grounding fleets and shuttering many airlines altogether. The airline’s acting president said today that the...
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Thai minister encourages hotels to stop price-gouging expats

Thai minister encourages hotels to stop price-gouging expats | The Thaiger   The thorny issue of dual pricing has raised its ugly head again, this time with the current offerings for hotels as Thailand slowly winds up its tourism industry again.   Tourism and Sports Ministry, Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn, is asking hotels to offer “fair packages to expats and resident foreigners, and...
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Foreigners flying into Thailand during the virus pandemic: the common myths

  With the general ban on foreign tourism to Thailand, the internet is full of fake news and conspiracy theories sometimes designed to milk the cash of the unwary.  Here are some circulating in UK, mainland Europe and US. If you can buy an airticket you can fly into Thailand.  Not...
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