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  1. Rapid test abandoned, only vaccinated or tested arrivals to enter Phuket Phuket Vice Governor Piyapong Choowong (centre) confirmed the news today (May 14). Screenshot: PR Phuket PHUKET:-- Rapid antigen tests will no longer be used to determine whether or not people will be allowed to enter Phuket from Sunday (May 16), Phuket Vice Governor Piyawong Choowong has confirmed. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1217149-rapid-test-abandoned-only-vaccinated-or-tested-arrivals-to-enter-phuket/
  2. Phuket Vice Governor Piyapong Choowong (centre) confirmed the news today (May 14). Screenshot: PR Phuket PHUKET:-- Rapid antigen tests will no longer be used to determine whether or not people will be allowed to enter Phuket from Sunday (May 16), Phuket Vice Governor Piyawong Choowong has confirmed. Instead, only people who are fully vaccinated or can prove they tested negative for the virus within 72 hours of arriving will be allowed to enter, he said today after the meeting of the Phuket Communicable Disease Committee at Phuket Provincial Hall (May 14). “A
  3. Buriram becomes first Thai province to penalize refusal for COVID-19 vaccine File Photo The northeastern province of Buriram has become the first province in Thailand to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for all individuals aged 18 and older, with possible penalties as high as two years in prison and a maximum of 60,000 Baht. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1217146-buriram-becomes-first-thai-province-to-penalize-refusal-for-covid-19-vaccine/
  4. File Photo The northeastern province of Buriram has become the first province in Thailand to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for all individuals aged 18 and older, with possible penalties as high as two years in prison and a maximum of 60,000 Baht. Buriram Governor Thatchakorn Hatthathayakul urged every individual, aged 18 or more, living or working in Buriram, to submit their COVID-19 risk assessment form and apply for vaccination through the publicly available channels by May 31st. The channels include door-to-door approach by public health volunteers, online
  5. ‘I am not a COVID-infected prostitute’, says Phuket woman Phuket native Rungaroon Siela, 29, today asked for the media’s help in refuting the allegations online. Photo: Eakkapop Thongtub PHUKET:-- Police have yet to treat seriously a formal complaint filed by a local woman who was accused online by man who posted her photo and claimed that she was a prostitute who worked in Phoonpon Soi 11, that she had slept with 20 customers in three days and that she was now infected with COVID-19. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1217144-‘i-am-not-a-cov
  6. Phuket native Rungaroon Siela, 29, today asked for the media’s help in refuting the allegations online. Photo: Eakkapop Thongtub PHUKET:-- Police have yet to treat seriously a formal complaint filed by a local woman who was accused online by man who posted her photo and claimed that she was a prostitute who worked in Phoonpon Soi 11, that she had slept with 20 customers in three days and that she was now infected with COVID-19. Phuket native Rungaroon Siela, 29, appealed to the media today asking for help in bringing attention to her case after she filed a formal police
  7. Thailand's GDP seen shrinking in Q1, outlook weak amid third virus wave: Reuters poll FILE PHOTO: Thai baht notes are seen at a Kasikornbank in Bangkok, Thailand, May 12, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's economy likely shrank in the first quarter of this year, a Reuters poll showed on Friday, as coronavirus outbreaks in the beginning of 2021 hurt consumption and tourism, slowing the pace of the economic recovery. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1217136-thailands-gdp-seen-shrinking-in-q1-outlook-weak-amid-thi
  8. FILE PHOTO: Thai baht notes are seen at a Kasikornbank in Bangkok, Thailand, May 12, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's economy likely shrank in the first quarter of this year, a Reuters poll showed on Friday, as coronavirus outbreaks in the beginning of 2021 hurt consumption and tourism, slowing the pace of the economic recovery. Southeast Asia's second-largest economy, which is heavily reliant on tourism, likely contracted 3.3% in the first quarter from a year earlier, according to the median estimate of 11 economists in the poll. It slum
  9. 500,000 Doses of Sinovac Vaccines Arrive BANGKOK, May 14 (TNA) – Sinovac delivered 500,000 doses of its COVID-19 vaccine to Thailand today and they were donations from China. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1217135-500000-doses-of-sinovac-vaccines-arrive/
  10. BANGKOK, May 14 (TNA) – Sinovac delivered 500,000 doses of its COVID-19 vaccine to Thailand today and they were donations from China. The Chinese embassy on its Facebook page posted pictures of packed vaccine doses for the delivery set for May 12. It also announced that 2 million more doses would arrive at the end of this month. Full Story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news-696661 - Whatever you're going through, the Samaritans are here for you - Follow Thaivisa on LINE for breaking COVID-19 updates
  11. CCSA considers allowing restaurants in red zone provinces to partially re-open Image: Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin, file photo Thailand’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) is considering relaxing some of the restrictions in place in so-called ‘dark red zone’ provinces. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1217134-ccsa-considers-allowing-restaurants-in-red-zone-provinces-to-partially-re-open/
  12. Image: Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin, file photo Thailand’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) is considering relaxing some of the restrictions in place in so-called ‘dark red zone’ provinces. Up for consideration is allowing restaurants in Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Samut Prakan, Chon Buri and Chiang Mai to re-open to dine in customers. Restaurants would be allowed to open to 25% of capacity until 9pm, serving takeaway until 11pm. Sale of alcoholic beverages will still be banned. Schools and educational institut
  13. Expat launches campaign to support wife of noodle vendor shot by police Aroon Thongplab with his wife Kulthida Chananan and children in happier times. Photo: supplied. PHUKET:-- Local expat Eric Smulders has launched a campaign urging people to support the wife of the noodle vendor shot by a drunken off-duty Phuket police officer on Bangla Rd earlier this year. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1217132-expat-launches-campaign-to-support-wife-of-noodle-vendor-shot-by-police/
  14. Aroon Thongplab with his wife Kulthida Chananan and children in happier times. Photo: supplied. PHUKET:-- Local expat Eric Smulders has launched a campaign urging people to support the wife of the noodle vendor shot by a drunken off-duty Phuket police officer on Bangla Rd earlier this year. Kulthida Chananan, 26, told The Phuket News on Wednesday (May 12) that so far she has received just B20,000 from the Royal Thai Police after Cpl Pornthep Channarong, an officer with the Phuket Provincial Police at the time, shot her husband Aroon Thongplab while drunk on Patong’s mai
  15. PM Opens Big Field Hospital NONTHABURI, May 14 (TNA) – Prime Minister and Defence Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha opened a large field hospital named Busarakham to treat COVID-19 patients. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1217131-pm-opens-big-field-hospital/
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