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Phuket News
Second COVID death from outbreak at Phuket Prison
PHUKET: Officials have confirmed that a second inmate who contracted COVID-19 while incarcerated at Phuket Provincial Prison has died from being infected with the virus.
Forest ranger killed in gaur attack in Khao Yai
PRACHIN BURI: A forest ranger was killed and another one injured in an attack by a wild gaur while they were patrolling in Khao Yai National Park on Friday (Sept 17).
Meth, gun seized in Phuket drug bust
PHUKET: Thalang Police arrested two suspects and seized 310 pills of methamphetamine (ya bah) and a gun with ammunition in Pa Khlok yesterday (Sept 17).
Complaints of fake news reports spiral upwards
PHUKET: The number of formal complaints filed over fake news reports and posts on social media have increased dramatically over the past year, Atcharin Pattanaphanchai, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society, said at an awareness event in Phuket yesterday (Sept 17).
Cambodia vaccinating children as young as six
PHNOM PENH: Cambodia yesterday (Sept 17) began vaccinating children as young as six against the coronavirus, even though the World Health Organisation (WHO) has yet to approve a vaccine for the under-12s.
Capital not open to tourists yet: BMA
BANGKOK: The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has no plans to reopen to foreign tourists on Oct 15 and it will not be up for talks until more than 70% of residents are fully vaccinated, says Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang.
Phuket marks 235 new COVID cases
PHUKET: The latest Phuket Provincial Public Health Office (PPHO) daily COVID situation report has marked 235 new local infections confirmed across the island yesterday (Sept 17) bringing the total number of people recognised as infected with COVID-19 in Phuket since Apr 3 to 8,297.
Safety first: health measures key to reopening
BANGKOK: Reopening Bangkok and other cities to vaccinated foreign tourists is dependent on proper health measures being in place to cope with any surge in infections, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) said on Friday (Sept 17).
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Phuket alcohol ban at restaurants to continue in face of 200+ daily Covid cases |:| September 17
PHUKET XTRA - September 17 || Brought to you by @PVC Phuket Alcohol ban in Phuket restaurants to continue |:| Thailand Covid Update |:| Reconsidering Oct. 1 reopening of Thailand |:| Could dual-pricing end in Thai hospitals? Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Woman hit by bullet fired by road-rage gunman
NAKHON RATCHASIMA: A woman was wounded by a bullet while eating in front of her house as two men on a motorcycle fired shots at her son-in-law’s pickup truck, which had cut in front of them, in Khong district on Thursday night.
 
Thaiger
Local businesses say they aren’t profiting from Phuket Sandbox

While large resorts and big businesses in Phuket might be seeing revenue from the Phuket Sandbox, interviews with small local businesses suggest they are seeing little to no benefit from the reopening with its strong restrictions. Most business owners agree there won’t be any real income for most until there is a full reopening with fewer rules and more nightlife returned. Reporters chatted with shopkeepers around Old Phuket Town and found a near-unanimous feeling that the two and a half months since the Phuket Sandbox launched has done little to help their ailing businesses. They all said the island is […]

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Woman shot by stray gunfire during motorcycle shooting

A 58 year old woman in Nakhon Ratchasima was shot by stray gunfire while eating in front of her house as a motorbike shootout occurred in front of her. Her son-in-law in his pickup truck was being pursued by the two armed motorcyclists when she got caught in the crossfire during the incident that occurred on Thursday night in the Khong district. The woman’s son-in-law said he was driving his pickup truck to her house when two men on motorcycles claimed that he had cut them off started following his truck and shouting abuse at him. He assumed it was […]

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Phuket pair arrested in possession of meth pills, homemade gun

After receiving a tip about the possibility of drug trafficking in Phuket, the Thalang Police carried out a drug bust that took two suspects into custody who were in possession of 310 meth pills and a loaded gun in Pa Khlok. The incident took place yesterday when police officers arrived at the address for which they had received a tip-off and arrested a 24 year old Thai woman. She had 160 meth pills in her possession at the time of her arrest. Police continue their investigation and took into custody a second suspect in the drug raid, a 39 year […]

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Prayut to propose to CCSA to reopen theatres, allow filmmaking

Fans of the silver screen may have some good news coming soon, as Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has agreed to pass on a proposal from the Creative Industry and Artist Network to reopen theatres and to allow filmmaking to proceed again. The prime minister met with representatives of the network which acts as a lobbying force on behalf of more than 40 entertainment industry organizations as well as individual artists on a national and local level. The meeting took place through video conferencing and PM Prayut was sympathetic to the plight of the industry during Covid-19. The network pleaded […]

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Saturday Covid-19 UPDATE: Select provincial totals

Aftern0on Update: 122 Coronavirus-related deaths and 14,109 new Covid-19 cases were reported today by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, down slightly from yesterday’s totals. In the 24-hour period since the last count, the CCSA has recorded 13,280 recoveries. Thailand now has 130,128 active Covid-19 infections. Since April 1, in the latest and most severe wave of Covid-19, the CCSA has reported 1,434,038 confirmed Covid-19 infections. In other Covid-19 related news: Phuket has launched a plan to help those crossing in an out of the province, doing expensive Covid-19 tests each time. They will set up an antigen test kit […]

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Woman dresses as astronaut to show moon-like road condition

A Khon Kaen woman found a creative way to get the necessary attention from government officials to finally repair the terrible potholes on her road. Anyone who has driven around Thailand enough has encountered a road so rough and full of potholes that it resembles the surface of the moon. And if anyone wants to fake another moon landing, Khon Kaen has just the location for you. But Aomam Chaluayjit Wansueb had enough of it in her neighborhood and decided to dress as an astronaut on the moon and bound around the lunar road scape in videos that went viral […]

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CCSA announces vaccination goals for October; 50% inoculated

Today the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration released a statement outlining the vaccination goals for Thailand in October in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. Some of their list items seem to contradict each other, with the CCSA vaccination plan calling to inoculate people 50% and then 70% and then “fully”. The main intention of Thailand’s vaccine efforts is to vaccinate at least 50% of the population in each province. Under this goal, the CCSA lists the aim to cover at least 70% of the people in each amphur, though if each of the divisions that make up a province […]

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Phuket Covid-19: 235 daily infections, 238 hospital beds available

Phuket Covid-19 numbers held steady today with no deaths and 235 new infections, though that’s only 3 less than the total available hospital beds as 39 more people were hospitalised. Hospital bed occupancy is just below 89% now, though Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew has insisted there is no shortage of beds. The number of “green” mild infections continues the drop that started a few days ago that has almost halved the green patients in hospital facilities, perhaps due to more home quarantines and community isolation centres. Breakdowns of Phuket data from the Phuket Provincial Public Health Office report late last […]

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Saturday Covid Update: 122 Deaths 14,109 new infections

122 Coronavirus-related deaths and 14,109 new Covid-19 cases were reported today by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, down slightly from yesterday’s totals. In the 24-hour period since the last count, the CCSA has recorded 13,280 recoveries. Thailand now has 130,128 active Covid-19 infections. Out of the new cases, 1,357 were detected through proactive case finding and 854 were found in correctional facilities. Covid-19 statistics at Thailand’s prisons and detention centres have been reported on a daily basis over the past several months. Since April 1, in the latest and most severe wave of Covid-19, the CCSA has reported 1,434,038 […]

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Oct 1 reopening NOT confirmed, Kpop star sparks frenzy for Thai meatballs |Thailand News Today

October 1 has continuously been said to be the potential reopening date for several of Thailand’s top tourist destinations, the public health minister says nothing has been confirmed yet. Bookings at alternative quarantine hotels have plummeted. There has been a frenzy for meatballs from local vendors in Buri Ram after a Thai member of the popular K-Pop band Blackpink said it was her favorite snack.

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
14,109 new Covid cases, 122 more deaths
Thailand logged 14,109 new Covid cases and 122 more fatalities during the previous 24 hours, the Public Health Ministry said on Saturday morning.
Artist returns stolen finger
A finger bone of late national artist Thawan Duchanee, which was stolen seven years ago, has been returned to his son after a superstitious artist claimed that hanging the stolen relic by his easel boosted his painting talent.
Thai FDA waits for final results on tot jab
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is now waiting for the results of the Phase 3 trial of the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine on young children before it approves the vaccine for use on children as young as three years old.
Tourism to reopen despite Covid, minister says
Tourism and Sports Minister Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn has confirmed Bangkok, Chon Buri, Phetchaburi, Prachuap Khiri Khan and Chiang Mai will begin implementing their tourism reopening plans on Oct 1 as planned.
Cabinet approves measures to lure long-term wealthy foreigners
The cabinet has approved measures to attract ‘high potential’ foreigners to stay in Thailand long term, with a five-year target of one million wealthy new residents.
Building passion for results is critical
Most leaders I speak with are now engaged in one or more types of transformation. Their business has changed, they are responding or getting ahead, but many are not seeing the expected transformation results. Why?
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Robber strikes twice, gets caught once
KALASIN: A lone man who robbed a convenience store and made off with 30,000 baht late Friday night was arrested the next day as he staged another robbery at a gold shop.
UK travellers cheer eased curbs
LONDON: Travel companies were gearing up for the busiest weekend of the year as holiday bookings surged following the UK government’s announcement on Friday that it would ease travel curbs for the fully vaccinated.
Korat cops in hot water over beach break
NAKHON RATCHASIMA: Senior police officials are trying to find out how a police van and a group of officers from Muang district ended up at a beach in Phetchaburi.
Half of Thais to get jabs by end of October
Half of the 70-million population will have received the first dose of Covid-19 vaccines by the end of October, with at least 1 million doses each for the first and second shots to be administered on Sept 24 alone to mark a special day.
Vietnam approves Cuban vaccine
HANOI: Vietnam has approved a Cuban vaccine for use against the coronavirus, the government said on Saturday, as the country continues to battle its worst outbreak yet.
Forest ranger killed in gaur attack in Khao Yai
PRACHIN BURI: A forest ranger was killed and another one injured in an attack by a wild gaur while they were patrolling in Khao Yai National Park on Friday.
Taliban bars girls from high school
Girls were excluded from returning to secondary school in Afghanistan on Saturday, after the country’s new Taliban rulers ordered only boys and male teachers back to the classroom.
Hong Kong activists erase online content
HONG KONG: A prominent pro-democracy group in Hong Kong known for its yearly vigil commemorating the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown has deleted its publications on the internet, including photos of the protest at the Beijing square, to comply with police orders.
Indonesia frets about new regional arms race
JAKARTA: Indonesia says it is worried about an arms race in the region after neighbouring Australia announced plans to acquire nuclear-powered submarines as part of a new Indo-Pacific security alliance with the United States and Britain.
Covid cases linked to Korat market jump to 270
NAKHON RATCHASIMA: The number of Covid-19 infections linked to a major wholesale market for farm products in the Northeast has jumped to 270, prompting authorities to extend its closure to Sept 25.
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