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Environment Min forms plans against PM 2.5 using data from 2020

 

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BANGKOK (NNT) - The Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment has reported that data from 2020 has confirmed that smog and burning were the key causes of critical Particulate Matter 2.5 or PM 2.5 levels across Thailand.

 

Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1201596-environment-min-forms-plans-against-pm-25-using-data-from-2020/

 

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Tak to welcome more Thais returning from Myanmar

 

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TAK (NNT) - Local quarantine facilities and hospitals in Mae Sot, Tak will soon be hosting Thai nationals returning from Myawaddy, Myanmar. The Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) has stressed the need for strict screening and transmission prevention protocols for the arrival of these returnees.

 

Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1201597-tak-to-welcome-more-thais-returning-from-myanmar/

 

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Big brands, small firms offer pandemic aid to Thailand's migrant workers

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BANGKOK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Global brands and small firms are providing aid to migrant workers in Thailand after a jump in coronavirus cases, a move backed by activist groups on Thursday who urged businesses to help pay for testing and access healthcare.

 

Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1201601-big-brands-small-firms-offer-pandemic-aid-to-thailands-migrant-workers/

 

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