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  1. https://twitter.com/ThaiNewsReports/status/1392725099514531842 Vaccinations in #Thailand since 28th February 2021: First dose - Sinovac 1,291,556 & AstraZeneca 103,574 Second dose - Sinovac 643,375 & AstraZeneca 1,858 Yesterday, 22,753 people received their first dose and 81,529 received their second dose.
  2. Read More: https://thepattayanews.com/2021/05/13/pattaya-aims-to-vaccinate-10000-people-with-covid-19-vaccines-per-day-by-june-in-effort-to-get-city-businesses-open-again/ Pattaya aims to vaccinate 10,000 people with Covid-19 vaccines per day by June in effort to get city businesses open again Pattaya City is targeting to vaccinate 10,000 people with Covid -19 vaccines per day from June, starting with people in tourism industries and hospitality related businesses like hotels, restaurants, and bars. A meeting was held yesterday (May 12th) at the Pattaya
  3. Of the 4,887 new cases that were found in the past 24 hours: - 1,439 were found via tests at medical facilities - 597 via proactive tests - 16 in quarantine facilities - 2,835 were found at two prisons https://twitter.com/ThaiEnquirer/status/1392715406444417032
  4. https://twitter.com/SaksithCNA/status/1392715379118526464 Official #COVID19 update in #Thailand on Thursday: Since Jan 2020 93,794 people infected (+16 imported cases & +4,887 local cases) 518 dead +32 (0.55%) 32,661 in care 1,209 in serious condition - 406 of them in ventilators) 1,572 discharged from care
  5. Coalition parties urges government to close all land borders Coalition partners Bhumjai Thai and the Democrat Party have signaled to the cabinet that all of Thailand’s land borders must be closed in order to prevent more Covid-19 infections. Thailand has currently imposed a mandatory 14 day quarantine to all visitors from abroad but Myanmar refugees have made their way into the country seeking to escape from the Myanmar Junta’s persecution. The government has so far opened its borders temporarily allowing some refugees to enter before pushing them back once
  6. And still begs the question as to why infections were not reported earlier along with the daily updates.
  7. Read more: https://www.nationthailand.com/in-focus/40000836 The Central Chiang Mai Memorial Hospital has become a new Covid cluster after three patients concealed their information and infected seven medical staff and put 56 people at risk.
  8. https://twitter.com/ThaiNewsReports/status/1392704602399670274 This is an updated list of what you can and cannot do in Phuket from 12-31 May 2021. Please make sure that you read carefully as the Governor of Phuket said he may ask Immigration to deport any foreigners found violating the law #Thailand
  9. https://www.thaipbsworld.com/thai-actress-ploy-chermarn-accused-of-breaching-covid-19-rules-while-on-pha-ngan-island/ Thai actress Ploy Chermarn accused of breaching COVID-19 rules while on Pha-ngan Island The district chief officer of Pha-ngan Island, in Thailand’s Surat Thani province, has lodged a complaint with the district police against Thai actress Ploy Chermarn Boonyasak, accusing her of not wearing a face mask in public and of not entering compulsory self-isolation while vacationing on the resort island.
  10. https://twitter.com/ThaiNewsReports/status/1392698081590743041 The latest color-coded map of Thailand has just been released: RED: More than 100 cases (3 provinces) ORANGE: 51-100 cases (4 provinces) YELLOW: 11-50 cases (11 provinces) GREEN: 1-10 cases (45 provinces) WHITE: 0 cases (14 provinces)
  11. Jonathan Head Will embarrassment over the shocking levels of Covid infection prompt some overdue official action to reduce chronic overcrowding in Thailand’s jails? Read more: https://www.hrw.org/news/2021/05/13/thailand-covid-19-outbreaks-prisons Thailand: Covid-19 Outbreaks in Prisons (New York) – People held in Thailand’s overcrowded prisons and detention facilities are at grave risk from Covid-19 outbreaks, Hu
  12. Read more: https://www.thaienquirer.com/27451/private-hospitals-target-july-date-for-first-moderna-jabs/ Private hospitals target July date for first Moderna jabs Private hospitals in Thailand are targeting July as the earliest date in which the Moderna vaccines might be made available in Thailand, sources told Thai Enquirer on Thursday. Moderna is the first vaccine that private hospitals will be allowed to bring in as an ‘alternative vaccine’ to the government’s vaccination plans. The government has orders to import Pfizer, Sputnik, and Sin
  13. Read more: https://www.thaienquirer.com/27447/opinion-thai-media-is-creating-divisions-with-their-description-of-virus-strain-from-india/ Opinion: Thai media is creating divisions with their description of virus strain from India When former United States president Donald Trump referred to Covid-19 with desriptors like the “Kung Flu Virus” and the “Chinese Virus” just because it originated from Wuhan, China, alarm bells rang in my head, I knew something bad was coming. But it wasn’t until a year later that I realized just how bad, and how powerful and s
  14. The question remains, why weren't these prison infections reported by the Corrections Dept in previous Covid-19 daily updates?
  15. Read more: https://www.hrw.org/news/2021/05/13/thailand-covid-19-outbreaks-prisons (New York) – People held in Thailand’s overcrowded prisons and detention facilities are at grave risk from Covid-19 outbreaks, Human Rights Watch said today. The Thai authorities should immediately act to ensure that prisoners and detainees have access to adequate protective measures and health care. The authorities should swiftly reduce overcrowding by releasing people who do not pose a serious and concrete risk to others. On May 12, 2021, Thailand’s Corrections Department announced that 1,795 inmate
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