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Phuket News
Phuket’s latest COVID cases deemed inconclusive as doctors report ‘dead virus’
PHUKET: Phuket Governor Phakaphong Tavipatana has revealed that although the two most recent cases of people on the island being confirmed as infected with COVID-19 tested positive for the virus, local officials were treating the two cases as inconclusive.
SSO Chief in Phuket to expedite COVID relief payments
PHUKET: Social Security Office (SSO) Secretary-General Todsapol Krittawongwiman in Phuket today (May 27) said that 80% of the 100,000 or so people on the island who have registered to receive COVID-relief support payments from the SSO have received payments.
Phuket bus relaunch delayed
PHUKET: The relaunch of long-haul buses out of Phuket to Bangkok on June 1 has been delayed until at least June 30, the state transport company Transport Co, better known by its Thai initials “BorKor Sor”, has announced.
Phuket officials mark zero new COVID cases, total hold at 227
PHUKET: The Phuket Communicable Disease Committee in its daily report for today (May 27) marked zero new cases of people infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus. 
Power outage to affect Mai Khao
PHUKET: The Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) has announced that the electricity supply will be shut off in Mai Khao tomorrow (May 28) as work is carried out on installing new high-voltage cables.
Man arrested in Phuket for B1.8mn Bangkok romance scam
PHUKET: Patong Police have arrested a man wanted in Bangkok for swindling a woman and her mother out of B1.8 million.
Emergency decree extended
BANGKOK: The Emergency Decree has been extended for one month, from June 1 to 30, Government Spokeswoman Narumon Pinyosinwat announced late yesterday afternoon (May 26).
Hotels preparing to welcome back guests
BANGKOK: Amidst record low occupancies, the hospitality industry in Asia Pacific still has high hopes for an early recovery of domestic demand and a gradual return of international guests when the coronavirus outbreak ends. In preparation, hotel owners and operators are introducing various initiatives to create a robust system around health and hygiene to bolster confidence levels of hotel guests during and after COVID-19, according global property consultant JLL.
Court to rule whether to accept THAI rehab petition
THAILAND: The Central Bankruptcy Court will announce today whether to accept for examination Thai Airways International’s (THAI) rehabilitation petition.
Body of foreign man found floating off Krabi
THAILAND: The naked body of an unidentified foreign man with flower tattoos on his left arm was found floating in the sea near Koh Pada off the coast of Krabi province.
 
The Thaiger
Mayor’s statement sparks hope Chonburi beaches may reopen soon

A Facebook post from the mayor of Saen Suk, home to the renowned Bangsaen beach, says beaches “may” reopen from June 1. (Before you ask, there is currently no official information on when Bangsaen, Pattaya or Phuket’s beaches may actually reopen.) Beaches in the eastern province of Chonburi were closed nearly two months ago as […]

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Thailand News Today – Wednesday, May 27

A Facebook post from the mayor of Saen Suk, home to the renowned Bangsaen beach, says beaches “may” reopen from June 1. (Before you ask, there is currently no official information on when Bangsaen, Pattaya or Phuket’s beaches may actually reopen.) Beaches in the eastern province of Chonburi were closed nearly two months ago as […]

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Bangkok mother, daughter swindled out of 1.8 million baht, suspect arrested

A Facebook post from the mayor of Saen Suk, home to the renowned Bangsaen beach, says beaches “may” reopen from June 1. (Before you ask, there is currently no official information on when Bangsaen, Pattaya or Phuket’s beaches may actually reopen.) Beaches in the eastern province of Chonburi were closed nearly two months ago as […]

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Emergency Decree extended through June amidst accusations of political motivation

A Facebook post from the mayor of Saen Suk, home to the renowned Bangsaen beach, says beaches “may” reopen from June 1. (Before you ask, there is currently no official information on when Bangsaen, Pattaya or Phuket’s beaches may actually reopen.) Beaches in the eastern province of Chonburi were closed nearly two months ago as […]

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Government to provide more financial aid to small and medium-sized businesses

A Facebook post from the mayor of Saen Suk, home to the renowned Bangsaen beach, says beaches “may” reopen from June 1. (Before you ask, there is currently no official information on when Bangsaen, Pattaya or Phuket’s beaches may actually reopen.) Beaches in the eastern province of Chonburi were closed nearly two months ago as […]

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Thai Doctor faces charges in “wombs-for-hire” scandal

A Facebook post from the mayor of Saen Suk, home to the renowned Bangsaen beach, says beaches “may” reopen from June 1. (Before you ask, there is currently no official information on when Bangsaen, Pattaya or Phuket’s beaches may actually reopen.) Beaches in the eastern province of Chonburi were closed nearly two months ago as […]

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Elephant injures 2 Burmese men in Kanchanburi

A Facebook post from the mayor of Saen Suk, home to the renowned Bangsaen beach, says beaches “may” reopen from June 1. (Before you ask, there is currently no official information on when Bangsaen, Pattaya or Phuket’s beaches may actually reopen.) Beaches in the eastern province of Chonburi were closed nearly two months ago as […]

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Burma or Myanmar? Myanmarese or Burmese?

A Facebook post from the mayor of Saen Suk, home to the renowned Bangsaen beach, says beaches “may” reopen from June 1. (Before you ask, there is currently no official information on when Bangsaen, Pattaya or Phuket’s beaches may actually reopen.) Beaches in the eastern province of Chonburi were closed nearly two months ago as […]

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2 dead, over 1,000 ill in Korat dengue fever outbreak

A Facebook post from the mayor of Saen Suk, home to the renowned Bangsaen beach, says beaches “may” reopen from June 1. (Before you ask, there is currently no official information on when Bangsaen, Pattaya or Phuket’s beaches may actually reopen.) Beaches in the eastern province of Chonburi were closed nearly two months ago as […]

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Central Thailand prepares for return of thousands of Burmese workers

A Facebook post from the mayor of Saen Suk, home to the renowned Bangsaen beach, says beaches “may” reopen from June 1. (Before you ask, there is currently no official information on when Bangsaen, Pattaya or Phuket’s beaches may actually reopen.) Beaches in the eastern province of Chonburi were closed nearly two months ago as […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Locals urged to store rainwater
The Department of Water Resources (DWR) is urging people in the kingdom's northeastern provinces to prepare containers to capture rainwater after a study showed it is safe to drink after being boiled.
Songkhla hospital announces plasma treatment a success
For the first time ever, Songklanagarind Hospital has successfully used plasma from a recovered Covid-19 patient to treat those with critical symptoms of the disease.
Cash aid for 8m farmers winding up
The state-owned Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) said it expects to finish disbursing Covid-19 aid money to eight million farmers by month's end.
Border pass closes as new cases logged
The Songkhla governor on Wednesday ordered the closure of the Padang Besar border checkpoint in Sadao district after the government reported six of nine new coronavirus patients had returned home via this checkpoint.
Malls set to open for longer
A committee evaluating the easing of lockdown measures has proposed extending the opening hours of shopping malls and shortening the curfew period next month, according to a source at Wednesday's National Security Council (NSC) meeting.
Haircuts come first after lockdown: Poll
The three things Thais look forward to most as coronavirus restrictions are eased are haircuts, travelling and eating out, according to a global market research firm.
Pailin resigns from THAI board over legal concerns
The newest member of the Thai Airways International board, Pailin Chuchottaworn, resigned the day after he was appointed to help the airline.
Opposition demands checks on B1tn borrowing
The opposition has demanded checks and balances on the government's borrowing of 1 trillion baht to mitigate the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic and shore up the affected economy.
Bankruptcy court accepts THAI case
The Central Bankruptcy Court has accepted the Thai Airways International (THAI) case and set the first hearing for August - with the restructuring process expected to take five years.
Shooting rampage at radio station, 3 slain
PHITSANULOK: A man firing two guns killed three staff members at Radio Thailand's Phitsanulok station, and wounded another, on Wednesday morning.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Locals urged to store rainwater
The Department of Water Resources (DWR) is urging people in the kingdom's northeastern provinces to prepare containers to capture rainwater after a study showed it is safe to drink after being boiled.
Songkhla hospital announces plasma treatment a success
For the first time ever, Songklanagarind Hospital has successfully used plasma from a recovered Covid-19 patient to treat those with critical symptoms of the disease.
Board shakeup as THAI debt rehab commences
The Central Bankruptcy Court accepted a Thai Airways International (THAI) debt rehabilitation petition yesterday amid concerns of a technical setback after one of the airline's board members poised to be made a rehab planner resigned.
Cash aid for 8m farmers winding up
The state-owned Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) said it expects to finish disbursing Covid-19 aid money to eight million farmers by month's end.
PM defends Covid-19 loans plan
The government on Wednesday defended its plan to borrow about 1 trillion baht to fund its scheme to help people affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, repair the financial system and restore economic security.
Border pass closes as new cases logged
The Songkhla governor on Wednesday ordered the closure of the Padang Besar border checkpoint in Sadao district after the government reported six of nine new coronavirus patients had returned home via this checkpoint.
Government adds 4 more products to nation's GI list
The government added Thong Dee Ban Thaen pomelos, Pet Non Thai Manila tamarind, Bang Khla aromatic coconuts and Ratchaburi dragon jars to the country's geographical indication (GI) list, the latest move to generate income for local communities.
Downgrade won't affect THAI liabilities
The latest downgrade of debentures issued by Thai Airways International Plc (THAI) does not affect its current liabilities, but a close watch is warranted for creditors deciding on the business rehabilitation petition, say analysts.
MPI dips to lowest since 2011
Thailand's manufacturing production index (MPI) in April stood at 79.04, the lowest level since November 2011.
Thai AirAsia considers merger
With its "fortune hanging in the balance", the chief of Thai AirAsia (TAA) says it may merge with another low-cost carrier (LCC) to clamp down on pricing wars once flights eventually resume in the country.
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