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  1. UPDATE: Thailand says has enough hospital space amid new coronavirus wave FILE PHOTO: People queue to be tested for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), as the country deals with a fresh wave of infections after tackling earlier outbreaks, in Bangkok, Thailand April 16, 2021. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha/File Photo BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai health authorities on Tuesday assured the public there were sufficient hospital beds for the rising number of coronavirus patients, amid a new wave of infections this month that has spread fast across the country.
  2. Thailand says has enough hospital space amid new coronavirus wave FILE PHOTO: People queue to be tested for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), as the country deals with a fresh wave of infections after tackling earlier outbreaks, in Bangkok, Thailand April 16, 2021. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha/File Photo BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai health authorities on Tuesday assured the public there were sufficient hospital beds for the rising number of coronavirus patients, amid a new wave of infections this month that has spread fast across the country. Thailand's po
  3. Covid exhaustion: Post of medical staff flaked out on seats, on the floor goes viral online Pictures posted online from a field hospital in Chiang Mai in the north of Thailand showed medical personnel exhausted from taking care of Covid patients. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214439-covid-exhaustion-post-of-medical-staff-flaked-out-on-seats-on-the-floor-goes-viral-online/
  4. Pictures posted online from a field hospital in Chiang Mai in the north of Thailand showed medical personnel exhausted from taking care of Covid patients. Some were resting and sleeping on seats, others were just passed out on the floor. A post said that the beds for patients were basic but at least they had a proper place to lie down. The staff didn't even have that. The pictures evoked a wave of sympathy and support for Thailand's medical front-liners as the most serious wave of Covid yet has hit the country. And it came as a leadin
  5. Thai tourism survey: Chinese want to visit Thailand but waiting for vax rollout and end of quarantine - then some! Picture: Manager A survey conducted among people in China has revealed that Chinese tourists want to come back to Thailand. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214437-thai-tourism-survey-chinese-want-to-visit-thailand-but-waiting-for-vax-rollout-and-end-of-quarantine-then-some/
  6. Picture: Manager A survey conducted among people in China has revealed that Chinese tourists want to come back to Thailand. But the overwhelming majority are waiting for Thailand to vaccinate most of its people before making a decision, reported Manager. Quarantine would need to end with more than a third saying even then they would wait SIX MONTHS before returning to Thailand. The survey done online from the Thai China Intelligence Center at the start of April came as Thailand was in the grip of a third wave of Covid-19 infection. An
  7. Regulator orders network expansion to support working from home in Thailand By Subhabhong Rarueysong BANGKOK (NNT) - The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) and the Digital Economy and Society (DES) Ministry have instructed telecom operators to oversee the quality of their network bandwidth to support more users working from home. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214436-regulator-orders-network-expansion-to-support-working-from-home-in-thailand/
  8. By Subhabhong Rarueysong BANGKOK (NNT) - The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) and the Digital Economy and Society (DES) Ministry have instructed telecom operators to oversee the quality of their network bandwidth to support more users working from home. NBTC acting secretary-general Trairat Viriyasirikul said mobile and internet service providers have to ensure the availability of an internet signal to support people working from home and field hospitals following a fresh wave of infections. He said communication is important
  9. Surat Thani: You'll be fined up to 20,000 baht if you go out without a mask https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214414-surat-thani-youll-be-fined-up-to-20000-baht-if-you-go-out-without-a-mask/
  10. Pattaya: Should have been the busiest day of the year - but 2021 it's deserted Picture: Siam Chon News Reporters from Siam Chon News went to Beach Road in Pattaya on what should have been one of the busiest days of the year - the celebration of the Wan Lai festival that traditionally follows Songkran. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214434-pattaya-should-have-been-the-busiest-day-of-the-year-but-2021-its-deserted/
  11. Picture: Siam Chon News Reporters from Siam Chon News went to Beach Road in Pattaya on what should have been one of the busiest days of the year - the celebration of the Wan Lai festival that traditionally follows Songkran. In a normal year there would be thousands of Thais and foreign tourists soaking each other in water wars having fun, spending money, drinking. Not this year. There have been 1,283 cases of Covid-19 in Chonburi resulting in Pattaya being placed in a Red Zone meaning the event and its parade were all called off. Picture: S
  12. Crane operator rescued after five hours following Royal Bee attack 50 meters up Thabo rescue foundation chief Pornchai Pornphirunrot was contacted after a crane operator was attacked by a swarm of Pheung Luang or Royal Bees fifty meters up in the cab of the crane, reported Channel 7 news. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214433-crane-operator-rescued-after-five-hours-following-royal-bee-attack-50-meters-up/
  13. Thabo rescue foundation chief Pornchai Pornphirunrot was contacted after a crane operator was attacked by a swarm of Pheung Luang or Royal Bees fifty meters up in the cab of the crane, reported Channel 7 news. It happened at construction work at the Thabo Crown Prince Hospital in Nong Khai in Thailand's north east yesterday. Rescue personnel went up and found Panya Praneet, 28, had been stung in the face, head and body and was in agony. Being a large guy there was difficulty in getting him down and he was suffering breathing difficulties. Medic
  14. Thailand reports 1,443 new COVID-19 cases, 4 new deaths REUTERS FILE PHOTO for reference only Thailand reported 1,443 new COVID-19 infections on Tuesday and 4 additional deaths. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214432-thailand-reports-1443-new-covid-19-cases-4-new-deaths/
  15. REUTERS FILE PHOTO for reference only Thailand reported 1,443 new COVID-19 infections on Tuesday and 4 additional deaths. Of the new cases, 1,328 were local transmissions, while 113 were imported from people entering quarantine and 2 foreign infected persons (screening at checkpoint and entering the hospital/quarantine). 16,119 people remain in hospital receiving treatment, 28,958 have recovered. Tuesday’s cases bring the total number of COVID-19 infections in Thailand to 45,185 with 108 deaths. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2021
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