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  1. Most COVID-19 patients in Hua Hin show no symptoms Picture: Hua Hin Today Most people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in Hua Hin show little or no symptoms, health officials said on Wednesday. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1213878-most-covid-19-patients-in-hua-hin-show-no-symptoms/
  2. Picture: Hua Hin Today Most people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in Hua Hin show little or no symptoms, health officials said on Wednesday. According to Prachuap Khiri Khan provincial health chief, Dr. Suriya Kuharat, 70 percent of patients are asymptomatic or have only minor symptoms, Hua Hin Today reported. There have been a total of 427 COVID-19 cases in the province between 1-14 April 2021. Female patients accounted for the largest number of cases (252), while cases among males was 175. Dr Suriya said the cluster from t
  3. Phuket infections rise, but symptoms ‘only mild’, as tourism takes a hit By The Phuket News Bangla Rd in Patong undergoes a mass cleanse last Sunday (Apr 11) ahead of the Songkran holidays. Photo: Patong Municipality PHUKET: As the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 infections in Phuket continues to rise, provincial health officials have pointed out that so far all of the people infected in the latest outbreak are experiencing only light symptoms of infection. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1213876-phuket-infections-rise-but-sympto
  4. Bangla Rd in Patong undergoes a mass cleanse last Sunday (Apr 11) ahead of the Songkran holidays. Photo: Patong Municipality By The Phuket News PHUKET: As the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 infections in Phuket continues to rise, provincial health officials have pointed out that so far all of the people infected in the latest outbreak are experiencing only light symptoms of infection. During a live video broadcast led by Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew this morning (Apr 14), Patong Hospital Director Dr Muenphrae Boonlom confirmed
  5. 7 Dangerous Days: Day 4 - 29 killed, 392 people injured on Thailand’s roads File photo for reference only The fourth day of Thailand’s so-called ‘7 dangerous days’ saw 29 people killed and 392 people injured from 376 road accidents in Thailand, officials said on Wednesday. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1213875-7-dangerous-days-day-4-29-killed-392-people-injured-on-thailand’s-roads/
  6. File photo for reference only The fourth day of Thailand’s so-called ‘7 dangerous days’ saw 29 people killed and 392 people injured from 376 road accidents in Thailand, officials said on Wednesday. The figures for 13 April raise the total number of deaths and injuries during the first four days of Songkran to 152 killed and 1,494 injured from 1,465 accidents. The stats released by the Center for the Prevention and Reduction of Road Accidents found that most accidents on Tuesday were caused by speeding (36.44%), drink driving (28.72%) and cutting across lanes
  7. People Can Register for COVID-19 Vaccinations from May 1 BY Subhabhong Rarueysong BANGKOK (NNT) - The Public Health Ministry will start vaccinating the general public against COVID-19 around mid-May, when the first lot of the locally manufactured AstraZeneca vaccine will be ready. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1213871-people-can-register-for-covid-19-vaccinations-from-may-1/
  8. BY Subhabhong Rarueysong BANGKOK (NNT) - The Public Health Ministry will start vaccinating the general public against COVID-19 around mid-May, when the first lot of the locally manufactured AstraZeneca vaccine will be ready. Public Health Permanent Secretary Dr Kiattiphum Wongrajit said people can register to get the vaccine via four channels: the “Mor Phrom” (Doctors Ready) Line official account; the mobile Mor Phrom application that will be ready for download on May 1 initially on Android phones; at hospital via telephone, or by contacting public health volunteers n
  9. Thailand reports 1,335 new COVID-19 cases Thailand reported 1,335 new COVID-19 infections on Wednesday, the highest number of new cases reported in a single day. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1213870-thailand-reports-1335-new-covid-19-cases/
  10. Thailand reported 1,335 new COVID-19 infections on Wednesday, the highest number of new cases reported in a single day. Of the new cases, 1,326 were local transmissions, while 9 were imported from people entering quarantine. Most of the new cases were found in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chonburi and Prachuap Khiri Khan. 36 people are in a serious condition and 9 are on ventilators 7,491 people remain in hospital receiving treatment. Wednesday’s cases bring the total number of COVID-19 infections in Thailand to 35,910 with 97 deaths.
  11. Free Covid-19 Tests to Social Security Scheme Members By Tarin Angskul BANGKOK (NNT) - The Ministry of Labor will provide free Covid-19 tests to members of the social security scheme, covering members under Sections 33, 39 and 40 of the Social Security Act. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1213866-free-covid-19-tests-to-social-security-scheme-members/
  12. By Tarin Angskul BANGKOK (NNT) - The Ministry of Labor will provide free Covid-19 tests to members of the social security scheme, covering members under Sections 33, 39 and 40 of the Social Security Act. Labor Minister Suchart Chomklin said the program will kick off on April 17 at Bangkok Youth Centre (Thai - Japan) in Bangkok’s Din Daeng district, and those insured under the social security scheme, who are in risky groups, can receive Covid-19 tests for free. He said this program was a joint initiative of the ministries of Labor and Interior to curb the s
  13. Govt not considering nationwide lockdown - provincial lockdown more likely Picture: Bangkok Biz News There are no plans to implement a nationwide lockdown in order to tackle the latest wave of COVID-19 infections in Thailand, officials have said. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1213864-govt-not-considering-nationwide-lockdown-provincial-lockdown-more-likely/
  14. Picture: Bangkok Biz News There are no plans to implement a nationwide lockdown in order to tackle the latest wave of COVID-19 infections in Thailand, officials have said. On Tuesday, Dr Opas Karnkawinpong head of Thailand’s Department of Disease Control (DDC) said that there were no plans to enforce a nationwide lockdown. However, further restrictions, including the lockdown of provinces with high numbers of confirmed cases is being considered by the government. On Wednesday, National Security Council General Natthaphon Nakaphanich reiterated th
  15. BMA Transforms Bangkok Arena into Covid-19 Field Hospital By Subhabhong Rarueysong BANGKOK (NNT) - The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has transformed the Bangkok Arena in Nong Chok district into a 500-bed field hospital for Covid-19 patients as daily cases rise, with 194 new cases in Bangkok on Tuesday. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1213863-bma-transforms-bangkok-arena-into-covid-19-field-hospital/
  16. By Subhabhong Rarueysong BANGKOK (NNT) - The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has transformed the Bangkok Arena in Nong Chok district into a 500-bed field hospital for Covid-19 patients as daily cases rise, with 194 new cases in Bangkok on Tuesday. Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang said the field hospital will be named ‘Erawan Hospital 2’ and will open for public use on April 19 after installing various systems, including ventilation, CCTV cameras, garbage disposal and wastewater management. He said the BMA has also prepared patient registration bo
  17. Phuket’s road tally for Songkran holds at one death By The Phuket News Photo: Eakkapop Thongtub PHUKET: Phuket’s tally for death and injuries in road accidents during the Seven Days of Danger road-safety campaign for the Songkran Thai New Year holidays remains at one dead, but with two more accidents resulting in people requiring hospital treatment. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1213857-phuket’s-road-tally-for-songkran-holds-at-one-death/
  18. Photo: Eakkapop Thongtub By The Phuket News PHUKET: Phuket’s tally for death and injuries in road accidents during the Seven Days of Danger road-safety campaign for the Songkran Thai New Year holidays remains at one dead, but with two more accidents resulting in people requiring hospital treatment. Only two accidents resulting in two people being injured were recorded for yesterday (Apr 13), Day 4 of the campaign, according to the report by the Phuket office of the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM-Phuket) this morning (Apr 14).
  19. Hua Hin reports 64 new COVID-19 cases REUTERS FILE PHOTO for reference only Health officials in Prachuap Khiri Khan reported 64 new COVID-19 cases in Hua Hin on Wednesday. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1213853-hua-hin-reports-64-new-covid-19-cases/
  20. REUTERS FILE PHOTO for reference only Health officials in Prachuap Khiri Khan reported 64 new COVID-19 cases in Hua Hin on Wednesday. The new cases bring the total number of cases in Hua Hin district during the new wave of COVID-19 to 312. The total number of cases for Prachuap Khiri Khan province now stands at 427. Most of the cases are linked to the cluster at the Maya Pub. Of the eight administrative areas in Prachuap Khiri Khan only Bangsaphan Noi has so far not reported any cases. Cases as of 14 April: Hua
  21. DDC praise health officials in Hua Hin for response to COVID-19 cluster Dr Opas Karnkawinpong. File Photo Health officials in Hua Hin have been praised for their quick response and handling of the COVID-19 cluster in the town. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1213849-ddc-praise-health-officials-in-hua-hin-for-response-to-covid-19-cluster/
  22. Dr Opas Karnkawinpong. File Photo Health officials in Hua Hin have been praised for their quick response and handling of the COVID-19 cluster in the town. Department of Disease Control (DDC) director general Opas Karnkawinpong commended officials for quickly sanitising locations visited by people who later tested positive for the virus, Hua Hin Today reported. Dr Opas highlighted the cluster at the Maya Pub, which he said is linked to the major cluster discovered at the Krystal Club in Bangkok’s Thonglor district. The news come as Prachuap Khiri
  23. Alcohol banned in restaurants as Hua Hin aims to limit COVID-19 surge Thaivisa file photo for reference only The governor of Prachuap Khiri Khan on Tuesday announced new measures aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1213846-alcohol-banned-in-restaurants-as-hua-hin-aims-to-limit-covid-19-surge/
  24. Thaivisa file photo for reference only The governor of Prachuap Khiri Khan on Tuesday announced new measures aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19. The province, and particularly Hua Hin, has seen a surge in COVID-19 cases, the majority of which are linked to a cluster from the Maya Pub on Phetkasem Road. While restaurants are allowed to open, alcohol can no longer be served and tables must be kept at least 1 meter apart with no more than 2 people per table. Other establishments ordered to close include: Cock/fish fighting venues
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