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Phuket News
TAT Phuket launches push to boost domestic tourism
PHUKET: The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) Phuket office is inviting local hotels and tour operators to join its #PhuketGreatTime domestic tourism campaign to offer discounted tours and hotel stays to draw tourists back to the island.
Zero new COVID-19 cases reported in Phuket, total holds at 227
PHUKET: The Phuket Communicable Disease Committee today (June 4) reported zero new cases of people infected with COVID-19, marking the 10th consecutive day that no new infections have been reported on the island.
Mains water outages to affect Patong, Karon for a week
PHUKET: The Phuket Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) has announced that the mains water supply to parts of Patong, Karon and Kata will be affected from June 9-17 as repairs are made to a mains pipe connected to the RO (reverse-osmosis) plant north of Karon Beach.
Police follow drugs lead in Phuket Town murder-suicide
PHUKET: Police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide in Phuket Town yesterday (June 3) that involved a couple who reportedly had a falling out over an arrangement for selling drugs.
Helping those in Kamala affected by COVID-19
PHUKET: The impact of the coronavirus on the poorer communities and migrant workers in Phuket has been well documented with many falling between the cracks and receiving little or no government support.
Phuket airport warns against fake news about reopening
PHUKET: The Airports of Thailand management team at Phuket International Airport (AoT Phuket) has warned against fake news circulating on social media claiming that the airport will reopen tomorrow (June 5).
Hong Kong to lead Tiananmen mourning despite virus vigil ban
WORLD: Hong Kong will today (June 4) lead global remembrance of China’s deadly Tiananmen crackdown, with people lighting candles in neighbourhoods across the restless city after authorities banned a mass vigil because of the coronavirus.
Crowds flock as several national beaches reopen
THAILAND: Popular beaches were teeming with visitors on the first public holiday yesterday (June 3) since their closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic two months ago, with Bang Saen beach in Chon Buri almost bursting at the seams.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Thailand cases declining! Phuket buses relaunch soon? Celebrating HM Queen’s birthday! || June 3
PHUKET XTRA - June 3 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Thais celebrate HM Queen’s birthday! |:| Phuket bus services relaunch this weekend |:| 1 new COVID case in Thailand, 9th straight day of zero infections for Phuket! Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Thais celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s birthday
THAILAND: Activities were held today (June 3) for people in all walks of life to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s birthday.
 
The Thaiger
17 new Covid-19 cases in Thailand, all repatriated citizens from the Middle East

Today the Centre of Covid-19 Administration reported 17 new cases of Covid-19 infection. All the cases were repatriated Thai personnel returning from the Middle East. Spokesperson Dr Taweesilp reported that most the returnees were asymptomatic and were confirmed as infected after a second test. “13 of the new cases had returned from Kuwait, 12 were men […]

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TAT will use domestic tourism as dress rehearsal for international returns

Today the Centre of Covid-19 Administration reported 17 new cases of Covid-19 infection. All the cases were repatriated Thai personnel returning from the Middle East. Spokesperson Dr Taweesilp reported that most the returnees were asymptomatic and were confirmed as infected after a second test. “13 of the new cases had returned from Kuwait, 12 were men […]

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Internet scam offers dodgy amulets for lottery wins

Today the Centre of Covid-19 Administration reported 17 new cases of Covid-19 infection. All the cases were repatriated Thai personnel returning from the Middle East. Spokesperson Dr Taweesilp reported that most the returnees were asymptomatic and were confirmed as infected after a second test. “13 of the new cases had returned from Kuwait, 12 were men […]

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Carpenter killed at migrant workers’ camp

Today the Centre of Covid-19 Administration reported 17 new cases of Covid-19 infection. All the cases were repatriated Thai personnel returning from the Middle East. Spokesperson Dr Taweesilp reported that most the returnees were asymptomatic and were confirmed as infected after a second test. “13 of the new cases had returned from Kuwait, 12 were men […]

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Thailand’s health volunteers are ‘unsung heroes’ WHO rep says

Today the Centre of Covid-19 Administration reported 17 new cases of Covid-19 infection. All the cases were repatriated Thai personnel returning from the Middle East. Spokesperson Dr Taweesilp reported that most the returnees were asymptomatic and were confirmed as infected after a second test. “13 of the new cases had returned from Kuwait, 12 were men […]

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Government says Cambodian workers should remain in Thailand during Covid-19

Today the Centre of Covid-19 Administration reported 17 new cases of Covid-19 infection. All the cases were repatriated Thai personnel returning from the Middle East. Spokesperson Dr Taweesilp reported that most the returnees were asymptomatic and were confirmed as infected after a second test. “13 of the new cases had returned from Kuwait, 12 were men […]

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Beauty clinic designs special face masks for facial treatments

Today the Centre of Covid-19 Administration reported 17 new cases of Covid-19 infection. All the cases were repatriated Thai personnel returning from the Middle East. Spokesperson Dr Taweesilp reported that most the returnees were asymptomatic and were confirmed as infected after a second test. “13 of the new cases had returned from Kuwait, 12 were men […]

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Pattaya mayor responds to video showing black water gushing into the sea next to Walking Street

Today the Centre of Covid-19 Administration reported 17 new cases of Covid-19 infection. All the cases were repatriated Thai personnel returning from the Middle East. Spokesperson Dr Taweesilp reported that most the returnees were asymptomatic and were confirmed as infected after a second test. “13 of the new cases had returned from Kuwait, 12 were men […]

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Woman in southern Thailand accused of murdering daughter

Today the Centre of Covid-19 Administration reported 17 new cases of Covid-19 infection. All the cases were repatriated Thai personnel returning from the Middle East. Spokesperson Dr Taweesilp reported that most the returnees were asymptomatic and were confirmed as infected after a second test. “13 of the new cases had returned from Kuwait, 12 were men […]

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Heavy rains, thundershowers predicted nationwide

Today the Centre of Covid-19 Administration reported 17 new cases of Covid-19 infection. All the cases were repatriated Thai personnel returning from the Middle East. Spokesperson Dr Taweesilp reported that most the returnees were asymptomatic and were confirmed as infected after a second test. “13 of the new cases had returned from Kuwait, 12 were men […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
17 new Covid-19 cases among returnees from Mideast
Seventeen new cases of Covid-19 infection were reported on Thursday, all returnees from the Middle East and mostly asymptomatic.
Start-ups swing behind virus fight
The global war on the Covid-19 pandemic may be far from won. But the battle waged against the virus in Thailand has advanced to the point where restrictions are progressively being lifted.
Crowds flock as beach reopens
Popular beaches were teeming with visitors on the first public holiday on Wednesday since their closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic two months ago, with Bang Saen beach in Chon Buri almost bursting at the seams.
Looters hit Thai shops, businesses amid riots
A number of Thai businesses in the United States have been affected after nationwide demonstrations over the death of George Floyd escalated out of control.
BoT: Baht gain up for discussion
The Bank of Thailand has summoned foreign exchange dealers to meet on Thursday to discuss the baht's rapid gain, which it does not consider to be in line with the country's fragile economy.
Cop suspended over death of CMU mascot dog
A police officer has been suspended as an investigation continues into the mysterious death of Tia Morchor, a famous dog beloved of Chiang Mai University (CMU) students and alumni.
Thais celebrate Queen's birthday
Activities were held on Wednesday for people in all walks of life to mark Her Majesty the Queen's birthday.
Thailand logs 1 new Covid case Wednesday, no deaths
The government reported one new coronavirus case and no new deaths on Wednesday, taking the total number of infections in Thailand to 3,084 and leaving the accumulated death toll at 58 since the outbreak began in January.
Big push for local tourism
The Finance Ministry has agreed to a plan to launch a major domestic tourism promotion next month by giving 2,000-3,000 baht vouchers to 4 million people and free trips to 1.2 million medical personnel.
Pattaya, Bang Saen vendors pray for tourists
After having had to close their businesses for two months due to Covid-19, vendors along Pattaya and Bang Saen beaches in Chon Buri province are now praying tourists will return after the government initiated its Phase-2 easing of lockdown measures.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Robot dog hounds Thai shoppers
A scurrying robot dog named K9 dispenses hand sanitizer to curious children and wary shoppers — one of the more unexpected measures Thai malls are taking as the kingdom relaxes virus restrictions.
Consumer mood improves for first time in over a year
Consumer confidence in May picked up for the first time in over a year, helped by government stimulus steps and the easing of coronavirus lockdown measures, a survey showed on Thursday.
Old gas cylinders seized from Islamic school in Songkhla
SONGKHLA: Authorities have seized 27 old cooking gas cylinders from a religious school in Saba Yoi district, after local residents expressed fears they could be used for making bombs.
Virus deaths soar in Brazil, Mexico
RIO DE JANEIRO: Brazil and Mexico reported record daily coronavirus death tolls above 1,000 as governments in Latin America battled to fortify defenses against the accelerating pandemic with fresh lockdown orders and curfews.
Tokyo weighs scaled-back Olympics
TOKYO: Tokyo 2020 officials are looking at ways to scale back next year's postponed Olympics, the city's governor said on Thursday, amid reports the opening ceremony could be streamlined and spectator numbers cut.
Outlook 'bleaker than expected'
The economy will contract more than expected this year and the jobs outlook to deteriorate sharply from the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, minutes from the central bank's latest meeting showed on Thursday.
China steps back, to allow some US passenger flights
BEIJING: China on Thursday said foreign airlines blocked from operating in the country over virus fears would be allowed to resume limited flights, lifting a de facto ban on US carriers a day after Washington ordered the suspension of all Chinese travel into and out of the US.
17 new Covid-19 cases among returnees from Mideast
Seventeen new cases of Covid-19 infection were reported on Thursday, all returnees from the Middle East and mostly asymptomatic.
2020 Toyota Hilux Revo facelift: Thai prices and specs
Popular workhorse from the country’s leading nameplate gets an even more aggressive-looking snout.
Thais return from Netherlands, Madagascar
A total of 206 Thais stranded in the Netherlands and Madagascar by Covid-19 lockdowns returned to Thailand on Wednesday afternoon.
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