18 September 2021
Tourists were told to leave Koh Lan in Bang Lamung district of Chonburi, as the island was placed under a local lockdown from today until 20 January. The island now has a nightly curfew.
8 month ago
Thai capital Bangkok orders restaurants, street food vendors to close 1900-0600 daily as measure against coronavirus
Authorities order restaurants in Bangkok to only offer takeout from 7 pm until 6 am amid rising number of coronavirus cases; measure to take effect Tuesday
Protesters gathering on Samsen Road, near the parliament compound, were met with water cannon blasts and tear gas in a clash which lasted around 6 hours
Thailand discovers 315 new coronavirus cases with 294 local infection cases
Thai PM urges everyone to join forces in again to fight COVID19
Thailand's National police chief has ordered an investigation into reports that two gambling dens in Chanthaburi province were sources of COVID19infections
Bangkok introduces new measures to combat covid
Thailand discovers 279 new Covid-19 cases; two more deaths - 53 provinces now reporting cases - 273 local infections
Protesters boo police officers who were making arrests of activists during their crackdown on Ratchadamnoen Avenue. Latest report says 16 people were taken into custody for staging an impromptu shrimp market. #Thailand #KE #ม็อบย่างกุ้ง
All this show of force for shrimps Riot police armed with shields later advance on another group of protesters selling grilled shrimps on Ratchadamnoen Avenue. #Thailand #KE #ม็อบย่างกุ้ง
Thai PM assures no national lockdown despite a surge in COVID19 cases
Thailand discovers 155 new coronavirus cases with 134 local infections. 11 in migrant dormitories. 10 in state quarantine.
Thai protest-leader wants to bring back exiled dissidents by 2022
Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. announces that the Royal Thailand Army (RTA) has recently received a supply of Rafael's SPIKE MR missiles and launchers following procurement of the missile system earlier this year
State of Emergency decree now extended in Thailand until January 15, 2021
8 month ago
The Rayong Covid cluster has now reached 85 people. The infections stem from a gambling gathering. The province is now in virtual lockdown with only necessary businesses open
The Department of Disease Control has revealed a new Covid-19 cluster from a "big-bike party" in Koh Lanta COVID19
COVID19 outbreak prompts flare-up in online hate speech, questions over treatment of millions of migrant workers in Thailand
Thailand: Anti-Burma hate speech on the rise in Thailand after outbreak of coronavirus cases among Myanmar workers
Thailand says no nationwide lockdown yet; 58 new local infections in past 24 hours - New Years celebration will go ahead in some areas - Nation will be divided into four categories
Thailand discovers 46 more Covid-19 cases; 39 local infection cases. Government said it will reveal number in migrant worker dormitory at a later time and to not confuse those numbers with local infection cases
Armed gold shop robbery in Chonburi - lone gunman escapes with 800K in jewelry
Thailand discovers 427 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours +16 local transmission +397 in migrant dormitories +14 in state quarantine
Chiang Rai: Thai police/military arrest four Chinese for illegal entry
Thailand The lockdown of Samut Sakhon due to a new surge in COVID19 infections will cause about 1 billion baht a day in economic damage, the Samut Sakhon Chamber of Commerce
Bangkok ask for co-operation; cancels new year celebrations after covid outbreak in nearby Samut Sakhon
Authorities in Samut Sakhon discover 146 new coronavirus cases among migrant worker population bringing the outbreak cluster to 694 confirmed cases.
Government defends isolating migrant worker population in crowded dormitories to stop the virus. Thais will be evacuated from the dormitories and moved to hospitals, however.
Ayutthaya discovers one new coronavirus case. Case unrelated to Samut Sakhon - was someone who had recently traveled to Chiang Mai
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