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  1. Rayong infection rate dropping, 8,000 migrant workers next for screening By The Nation Health authorities say the rate of Covid-19 infections in Rayong, one of the five provinces under maximum controls, is dropping. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202129-rayong-infection-rate-dropping-8000-migrant-workers-next-for-screening/
  2. Rayong infection rate dropping, 8,000 migrant workers next for screening By The Nation Health authorities say the rate of Covid-19 infections in Rayong, one of the five provinces under maximum controls, is dropping. Provincial health officials reported two new cases on Sunday, bringing the total since the outbreak began in mid-December to 564 cases. Of these, 450 have recovered, 113 are still in hospital and only two remain in a field hospital. Officials said that if no further surge in infections is seen, the virus situation in Rayong will
  3. Automotive industry expects slight rise in sales this year By THE NATION The automotive industry estimates this year’s sales to come in at 840,000 vehicles marking a rise of 6 per cent compared to 2020, though it will depend on how fast the economy recovers from the new wave of Covid-19 infections. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202125-automotive-industry-expects-slight-rise-in-sales-this-year/
  4. Automotive industry expects slight rise in sales this year By THE NATION The automotive industry estimates this year’s sales to come in at 840,000 vehicles marking a rise of 6 per cent compared to 2020, though it will depend on how fast the economy recovers from the new wave of Covid-19 infections. “Last year’s total sales was expected to come in at 790,000 vehicles, or 20 per cent less than the previous year due to the outbreak,” said Charnchai Trakarn-udomsuk, president of Mazda Sales Thailand. “As for this year, the company expects total sales to hit
  5. FDA rejects claim by private hospital on registration of Covid-19 vaccine By The Nation The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has denied a private hospital's claim that the state agency was taking three months to register Sinovac Covid-19 inactivated vaccine. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202124-fda-rejects-claim-by-private-hospital-on-registration-of-covid-19-vaccine/
  6. FDA rejects claim by private hospital on registration of Covid-19 vaccine By The Nation The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has denied a private hospital's claim that the state agency was taking three months to register Sinovac Covid-19 inactivated vaccine. FDA secretary-general Dr Paisan Dankhum said that there is a registration for Sinovac by Government Pharmaceutical Organization (GPO), not from the hospital. The FDA also had never been contacted by the private hospital, except registration for approval of vaccine reservation on January 11.
  7. SRT expects to deliver land for airport high-speed rail link by Feb By The Nation The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) is hastening the delivery of land for the three-airport high-speed railway link, with construction scheduled to kick off within this year. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202122-srt-expects-to-deliver-land-for-airport-high-speed-rail-link-by-feb/
  8. SRT expects to deliver land for airport high-speed rail link by Feb By The Nation The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) is hastening the delivery of land for the three-airport high-speed railway link, with construction scheduled to kick off within this year. The Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) Policy Committee said that CP Group is currently studying SRT’s study and is expected to confirm the layout by next month. The project will link Don Mueang, Suvarnabhumi and U-Tapao airports. Meanwhile, CP has said the entrances in some stations, such a
  9. Bangkok reports 575 infections since Dec 20 By The Nation A total of 575 cases of Covid-19 have been detected in Bangkok since the new outbreak began on December 20, said City Hall on Monday. Of these, 431 are Bangkok residents and 134 are from other provinces. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202120-bangkok-reports-575-covid-19-infections-since-dec-20/
  10. Bangkok reports 575 infections since Dec 20 By The Nation A total of 575 cases of Covid-19 have been detected in Bangkok since the new outbreak began on December 20, said City Hall on Monday. Of these, 431 are Bangkok residents and 134 are from other provinces. Most of the infections were contracted either from close contacts at home, from visiting entertainment venues or red-zone provinces, and at large gatherings, said the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA). The BMA highlighted the 445th case, a female businesswoman, who mostly sta
  11. VFS Global launches COVID-19 testing service in Thailand Visa and immigration services provider VFS Global is now offering COVID-19 testing service to people in Thailand. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202107-vfs-global-launches-covid-19-testing-service-in-thailand/
  12. VFS Global launches COVID-19 testing service in Thailand Visa and immigration services provider VFS Global is now offering COVID-19 testing service to people in Thailand. Tests are available at a certified testing laboratory or at a location of your choice within Bangkok. “Your safety is our top priority as you begin to #TravelAgain. Book your COVID-19 test with us and ensure safe travels. With our Doorstep Service, available at select locations, you can have your test done at a place that is convenient for you!”, read a tweet shared by the compa
  13. Phuket Governor revises order for short-term arrivals By The Phuket News Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew. Photo: PR Phuket. PHUKET: Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew has issued a revised order to clarify that short-term arrivals from the “highest-risk” areas within the nine ’red zone’ provinces must present documents to the emergency operation centers (EOCs) and should avoid visiting communal areas. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202103-phuket-governor-revises-order-for-short-term-arrivals/
  14. Phuket Governor revises order for short-term arrivals By The Phuket News Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew. Photo: PR Phuket. PHUKET: Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew has issued a revised order to clarify that short-term arrivals from the “highest-risk” areas within the nine ’red zone’ provinces must present documents to the emergency operation centers (EOCs) and should avoid visiting communal areas. The order, which was publicised on Friday (Jan 15), came into effective on Jan 14 and will remain valid until Jan 31 or until any further notice is issue
  15. Finns holiday bookings to Thailand are at a record high by Mette Larsen Aurinkomatkat (Suntours) One in four Finns plans to travel abroad as soon as Covid-19 restrictions allow it and next winter’s bookings to Thailand have already reached a record high. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202101-finns-holiday-bookings-to-thailand-are-at-a-record-high/
  16. Finns holiday bookings to Thailand are at a record high by Mette Larsen Aurinkomatkat (Suntours) One in four Finns plans to travel abroad as soon as Covid-19 restrictions allow it and next winter’s bookings to Thailand have already reached a record high. According to a survey commissioned by Yleistuutus from Taloustutkimus, 27 percent of Finns plan to go on trips as soon as the pandemic has eased and travel restrictions have been significantly lifted. Aurinkomatkat (Suntours), responsible tour operator for Finnair Holidays trips can rep
  17. Pollution hits unsafe levels in three areas in Bangkok, vicinity By The Nation Air pollution in three areas in and around Bangkok hit unsafe levels on Monday, with PM2.5 readings in the morning coming in at between 29 and 71 micrograms per cubic metre of air (μg/m3), the Pollution Control Department reported. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202099-pollution-hits-unsafe-levels-in-three-areas-in-bangkok-vicinity/
  18. Pollution hits unsafe levels in three areas in Bangkok, vicinity By The Nation Air pollution in three areas in and around Bangkok hit unsafe levels on Monday, with PM2.5 readings in the morning coming in at between 29 and 71 micrograms per cubic metre of air (μg/m3), the Pollution Control Department reported. Thailand’s standard for safe levels of PM2.5 (particles less than 2.5 micrometres in diameter) is 50μg/m3, while that of the World Health Organisation is 25μg/m3. The three areas hit are: ▪︎ Bang Khunthien (71μg/m3) ▪︎
  19. Beware scammers! SCB customers warned again File photo Customers of the Thai bank Siam Commercial this morning received an SMS warning about online fraud and links to fake websites. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202097-beware-scammers-scb-customers-warned-again/
  20. Beware scammers! SCB customers warned again File photo Customers of the Thai bank Siam Commercial this morning received an SMS warning about online fraud and links to fake websites. It read: "Warning! Criminals claiming to be with SCB or agencies have been sending messages via SMS, Line, social media and email containing links to fake websites. DO NOT provide any information. SCB never requests personal information via above channels". Thaivisa notes that many SCB customers were targeted recently in such scams and the bank promised to upg
  21. Thailand hasn't bought Pfizer or Moderna jabs, says doctor after deaths in Norway Picture: Daily News A leading doctor in the fight against Covid-19 has reassured the Thai public that the country is not buying the vaccine at the center of concerns after 23 frail and elderly people died in Norway. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202096-thailand-hasnt-bought-pfizer-or-moderna-jabs-says-doctor-after-deaths-in-norway/
  22. Thailand hasn't bought Pfizer or Moderna jabs, says doctor after deaths in Norway Picture: Daily News A leading doctor in the fight against Covid-19 has reassured the Thai public that the country is not buying the vaccine at the center of concerns after 23 frail and elderly people died in Norway. The old people died after being given shots of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. Dr Sophon Iamsirithavorn said that the Pfizer vaccination and Modrna were mRNA jabs. Thailand has gone for AstraZeneca and Sinovac from China that uses a different
  23. Bangkok: Illegal shisha party busted in Sukhumvit - 85 arrests including 43 foreigners Picture: Thai Rath Thai media reported that immigration police and officers from the Lumpini station raided four story premises in Nana Soi 3 at 1.10 am on Saturday night. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202095-bangkok-illegal-shisha-party-busted-in-sukhumvit-85-arrests-including-43-foreigners/
  24. Bangkok: Illegal shisha party busted in Sukhumvit - 85 arrests including 43 foreigners Picture: Thai Rath Thai media reported that immigration police and officers from the Lumpini station raided four story premises in Nana Soi 3 at 1.10 am on Saturday night. They were at an after hours party going on at the Taj Cafe Restaurant. They were gathering illegally and smoking shisha contrary to regulations. In total 85 people were taken away to Lumpini police station - 42 Thais and 43 foreigners. Mandeep Singh, 28, from India, accepted he wa
  25. 369 new Covid-19 cases, most of them foreigners in Samut Sakhon By The Nation The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) reported 369 new cases on Monday, including 12 people who arrived from overseas. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1202094-369-new-covid-19-cases-most-of-them-foreigners-in-samut-sakhon/
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