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  1. BREAKING COVID-19 test to be mandatory for all visa extensions: Immigration REUTERS FILE PHOTO for reference only A negative COVID-19 test will be mandatory for any foreigner wanting to extend their stay in Thailand, an immigration officer told Khaosod English on Monday. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202255-covid-19-test-to-be-mandatory-for-all-visa-extensions-immigration/
  2. COVID-19 test to be mandatory for all visa extensions: Immigration REUTERS FILE PHOTO for reference only A negative COVID-19 test will be mandatory for any foreigner wanting to extend their stay in Thailand, an immigration officer told Khaosod English on Monday. Immigration spokesperson Archayon Kraithong said the test will be mandatory from next week. “It will become effective after Jan. 24,” Archayon said. “This is in accordance with the new ministerial regulation and will apply to all types of visa.” Khaosod’s rep
  3. Chon Buri records no new COVID-19 infections today A lab technician wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) collects RNA from Covid-19 coronavirus test samples at the Urban Institute for Disease Prevention and Control in Bangkok on January 11, 2021. (Photo by Jack TAYLOR / AFP) Not a single new COVID-19 infection has been reported in Thailand’s coastal province of Chon Buri today, one of the five Red Zone provinces. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202252-chon-buri-records-no-new-covid-19-infections-today/
  4. Chon Buri records no new COVID-19 infections today A lab technician wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) collects RNA from Covid-19 coronavirus test samples at the Urban Institute for Disease Prevention and Control in Bangkok on January 11, 2021. (Photo by Jack TAYLOR / AFP) Not a single new COVID-19 infection has been reported in Thailand’s coastal province of Chon Buri today, one of the five Red Zone provinces. Dr. Vichai Thanasophon, deputy provincial health chief of this eastern province, said Tuesday that this is the first time since Decembe
  5. Amazing Thailand: Patrons scatter as elephant shows up for BBQ dinner Picture: Sanook Sanook reported that diners at a roadside Moo Katha restaurant in Nakhon Nayok in central Thailand scattered after a wild elephant showed up for some pork barbecue. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202251-amazing-thailand-patrons-scatter-as-elephant-shows-up-for-bbq-dinner/
  6. Amazing Thailand: Patrons scatter as elephant shows up for BBQ dinner Picture: Sanook Sanook reported that diners at a roadside Moo Katha restaurant in Nakhon Nayok in central Thailand scattered after a wild elephant showed up for some pork barbecue. One customer at the restaurant in the Sarika area told the press that people started shouting: "Chang Chang Chang maa!" (an elephant's come) They did the only thing possible in such an emergency - got out their phone. They reckoned the pachyderm must have been attracted by the lovely smell of
  7. Chonburi: There's no "cover-up" in the testing for Covid - here's the proof Picture: Chonburi PR The provincial authorities in Chonburi - via their PR page on Facebook - said they had proof that theories about the lack of Covid cases being because of the lack of proactive testing were nonsense. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202250-chonburi-theres-no-cover-up-in-the-testing-for-covid-heres-the-proof/
  8. Chonburi: There's no "cover-up" in the testing for Covid - here's the proof Picture: Chonburi PR The provincial authorities in Chonburi - via their PR page on Facebook - said they had proof that theories about the lack of Covid cases being because of the lack of proactive testing were nonsense. In an effort to disprove such claims they showed a graph that revealed the lab testing carried out in the province. They said since December there had been no fewer than 600-800 tests per day and tests carried out were even as high as 1,634 on one d
  9. Thai police get it all wrong: Foreign tourist forced to the ground during Bangkok protest Image: Kapook Thai social media was abuzz with comment after a photographer on Facebook posted a picture of a man being forcibly held to the ground with his arms behind his back. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202245-thai-police-get-it-all-wrong-foreign-tourist-forced-to-the-ground-during-bangkok-protest/
  10. Thai police get it all wrong: Foreign tourist forced to the ground during Bangkok protest Image: Kapook Thai social media was abuzz with comment after a photographer on Facebook posted a picture of a man being forcibly held to the ground with his arms behind his back. Yet he was repeatedly shouting in English: "I'm not Thai, I'm not Thai"". When he showed the officers his passport it was clear they had tried to arrest the wrong person. The post by Peerapon Boonyakiat was made after the dust settled on unrest in the capital on Sa
  11. Expert explains why medics and the elderly are vaccination priorities Medical personnel take a nose swab at a Covid-19 coronavirus testing centre at a private hospital in Bangkok on January 8, 2021 after the Thai government imposed further restrictions due to the recent outbreak. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP) Thailand’s well known virologist, Dr. Yong Poovorawan, has explained why Thailand must prioritize COVID-19 inoculation of medical personnel and senior citizens. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202243-expert-explains-why-medics-
  12. Expert explains why medics and the elderly are vaccination priorities Medical personnel take a nose swab at a Covid-19 coronavirus testing centre at a private hospital in Bangkok on January 8, 2021 after the Thai government imposed further restrictions due to the recent outbreak. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP) Thailand’s well known virologist, Dr. Yong Poovorawan, has explained why Thailand must prioritize COVID-19 inoculation of medical personnel and senior citizens. Dr. Yong, posting on his Facebook page, said the studies have shown that the COV
  13. "Mor Chana" app team have not resigned, says Digital economy minister Picture: Sanok Thailand's minister for Digital economy and Society Buddhipongse Punnakanta denied media reports that people working on the controversial tracing app "Mor Chana" had resigned. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202240-mor-chana-app-team-have-not-resigned-says-digital-economy minister/
  14. "Mor Chana" app team have not resigned, says Digital economy minister Picture: Sanok Thailand's minister for Digital economy and Society Buddhipongse Punnakanta denied media reports that people working on the controversial tracing app "Mor Chana" had resigned. He insisted that up to 100 people who had been working on the app for a year continued to work on the system well and cooperate in the solving of issues related to the app. On Facebook influential site "Mor Lab Panda" said that different approaches from groups "Gen X" and "Gen Y" and
  15. Chiang Mai to reopen its night market this week Chiang Mai is preparing to open its popular night market tomorrow (Wednesday), after no new COVID-19 cases have been recorded there for 6 consecutive days. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202237-chiang-mai-to-reopen-its-night-market-this-week/
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