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Phuket News
Woman, 63, stabbed and robbed while meditating in Phuket temple
PHUKET: A 63-year-old woman was rushed to Vachira Phuket Hospital after she was robbed and stabbed by an unknown man. The woman was attacked while meditating in Wat Charoen Samanakit (Wat Lang San) in Soi Tohse off Damrong Rd in Phuket Town yesterday (May 7)
COVID testing campaign begins across Phuket
PHUKET: Phuket health officials have launched a campaign to test people in communities across the island for COVID-19 to help identify people who are infected and limit the spread of the virus.
Phuket runway road closed for B38mn widening
PHUKET: The road parallel to the runway at Phuket International Airport (Route 4031) has been closed so that a private contractor can finish the long-awaited road-improvement project, which includes preventing landslides from spilling across the road and making it safer and wider.
No rapid tests for Phuket arrivals from May 15, quarantine instead
PHUKET: Rapid antigen tests will no longer be used to determine whether or not people may enter Phuket from May 15, Phuket Vice Governor Piyapong Choowong has confirmed.
China’s rocket out of control but risk of damage low, say experts
WORLD: China’s rogue rocket is in an uncontrolled free-fall towards Earth and no one knows where or exactly when it will burn through Earth’s atmosphere, but the risk of debris hitting an inhabited area remains very small, experts told AFP yesterday (May 7).
July 1 is still on: Phuket Governor
PHUKET: Phuket is moving ahead with the plan to re-open the island receiving fully vaccinated international tourists from July 1, Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew has announced.
PM eyes huge vaccine stockpile
THAILAND: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has vowed to procure up to 200 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to prepare for unforeseeable emergencies as the pandemic continues to rage unabated in several countries.
Sinovac gets nod for over 60s
THAILAND: The national communicable disease committee yesterday (May 7) announced the approval of Sinovac’s COVID-19 vaccine for adults aged 60 and over with the Health Ministry pledging to work with the private sector to open 382 vaccination sites nationwide in an effort to accelerate the rollout.
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Phuket testing to end? American confesses to murder of pregnant wife! || May 7
PHUKET XTRA - May 7 || Brought to you by @PVC Phuket American confesses to murder of pregnant wife |:| Testing upon Phuket arrivals reconsidered |:| |:| Thailand Covid update |:| Activist makes bail |:| Schools to decide how to proceed Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Phuket new infections fall
PHUKET: Phuket recorded just five new infections yesterday (May 6), marking the end of more than a week of the number of new infections being recorded in double digits.
 
Thaiger
Today’s Chinese rocket debris not expected to hit land

A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson has assured the public that the debris from a large rocket re-entering the atmosphere today is not likely to do any harm. They said the majority of the Chinese rocket will mostly be burned up on re-entry. The Long March 5B rocket left the Earth on April 29th, launching from Hainan island in China. This launch was the first part of an 11 part mission to construct China’s own space station in Earth orbit. The Long March 5B rocket was carrying an unmanned Tianhe module as its payload, the first part of many to be constructed together in […]

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For travellers to Phuket, testing is out, quarantine is in

The on-again-off-again plans for testing people for Covid-19 as they arrive in Phuket will be replaced by quarantine after May 15, according to Vice Governor Piyapong Choowong’s latest announcement. In an online video broadcast last night, the vice governor confirmed the new scheme after Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew first mentioned it in an executive meeting at Phuket Provincial Hall yesterday. There are now 25 provinces on the Phuket red zone list that they instated on April 22, with anyone arriving from those places required to have proof that they are either fully vaccinated or tested negative for Covid-19 within the […]

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Saturday Covid UPDATE: 2,419 new infections and 19 deaths, provincial totals

The tally for Covid-related infections and deaths reported over the past 24 hours reports 19 new deaths and 2,419 cases. There have been 52,411 confirmed Covid-19 infections in the recent outbreak with more than 16,000 cases in Bangkok, the epicentre of infections. Since the start of the pandemic last year, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration has reported a total of 81,274 Covid-19 infections and 382 coronavirus-related deaths. Thailand now has 29,473 active Covid-19 cases. Most patients with Covid-19 are asymptomatic or have mild symptoms. More than 1,000 Covid-19 patients are in critical condition including 380 people on ventilators. Out […]

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Like Songkran, Sri Lanka New Year’s brings Covid-19 wave

Sri Lanka has seen a huge wave of new Covid-19 infections in part due to large New Year’s celebrations in mid-April at the same time as Thailand’s Songkran Festival. From the beginning of April until now, the island nation has experienced a fivefold increase in daily cases, with 1,895 infections reported yesterday. February had previously been the worst month in Sri Lanka’s Covid-19 history, but figures are much worse now. On April 13 and 14, large gatherings crowded the street to celebrate Sri Lanka’s New Year’s holiday. The day before, Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa address the nation with hope, […]

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With Indian neighbours sealing borders, Maldives welcomes tourists

Tuesday saw a new Daily Record for Covid-19 cases in the 26 islands of the Maldives, with 601 new infections. The tiny nation’s Health Emergency Operations Centre reported this week that hospitalisations due to Covid-19 had tripled in a few days and they suspect that a new variant may now be present in the country. The capital city of Malé and the areas around it are by far the most densely populated part of the sparse country and has now enacted a curfew from 9 pm to 4 am. People can go out only for essential reasons, and delivery services […]

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Covid-19 reaches new heights in Nepal with Mt Everest infections

Nepal, India’s neighbour to the north, is facing a similar Covid-19 crisis with a 1200% increase in new infections, triggering hospital shortages. According to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the government had said that 44% of Covid-19 tests administered in Nepal had come back positive last weekend. The country is reporting about 20 new cases per 100,000 people, a statistic similar to what India had 2 weeks previously. But the alarming testing numbers indicate that there may be a lot more Covid-19 infections that haven’t been identified yet. With 28 million people, Nepal has a […]

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Once Covid-19 free, Cambodia eases lockdown amidst surge

After remaining relatively unscathed during the global pandemic in 2020, Cambodia, like other countries in the region, is in the midst of a massive Covid-19 surge. As recently as late February, the country had only seen about 500 cases in their population of 16 million. But just two days ago, 650 new cases and 4 fatalities were recorded nationally. Cambodia has now had 17,621 Covid-19 cases and the highly contagious B.1.1.7. variant is now spreading in the country. For a nation that generally had zero infections per day, the outbreak that began at the end of February has often seen […]

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Covid-19 Indonesia: Indian variant, reused swabs, holiday travel ban

Indonesia is experiencing an average of 5,000 new Covid-19 cases each day over the past week, and the Indian variant has now arrived as well. The Health Ministry confirmed this week that 2 patients had been infected by what has been identified as the B.1.617 variant of the Coronavirus, commonly known as the more contagious Indian strain. Indonesia is often somewhat of a sleeping giant as Asia’s third (and the world’s fourth) most populous nation but trailing India and China by about 1 billion people each. The country has seen 1.7 million Coronavirus infections and 46,496 fatalities due to Covid-19. […]

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Covid-19: Thailand struggles with South and Southeast Asia

In 2020, Thailand was hailed worldwide for its iron-fisted lockdown that curbed Covid-19 spread almost completely. Thailand was the second country in the world after China to identify a Covid-19 infection in January of last year but managed to keep its numbers impressively low, at least until December’s second wave of outbreaks. That wave drove the numbers up to nearly 29,000 Covid-19 infections in a nation of more than 69 million people, from the onset of Covid-19 in 2020 to the end of March 2021. But its devastating third wave struck in April and in just 5 weeks that number […]

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King and Queen of Thailand gift critical oxygen supplies to India

Their Majesties the King and Queen of Thailand are sending a gift of desperately needed oxygen supplies for Covid-19 patients to India today. The Royal Thai Air Force will deliver the oxygen along with care packages of aid and relief items donated by the Indian Institute of Technology Alumni Association, the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce, and the Indian Association of Thailand. An Air Force source confirmed that either an A340 or C130 plane full of supplies was sent. The cargo to India includes 300 oxygen tanks, 200 oxygen regulator devices, and 70 oxygen generators among other medical equipment and humanitarian […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Aerothai predicts 38% drop in local air travel
Thailand's third outbreak of Covid-19 is predicted to send domestic air travel tumbling by 38% this fiscal year, according to the Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Ltd (Aerothai).
Restaurant and Goods Product Association asks premier to ease Covid measures
The Restaurant and Goods Product Association (RGPA) has asked Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to ease Covid-19 restrictions on restaurants, including the lifting of the ban on dine-in services.
Bangkok adds more jab stations
City Hall will add more Covid-19 vaccination stations in Bangkok for a total of 25 to speed up inoculations in the capital. The first site will be opened at Central Plaza Ladprao shopping centre on Wednesday.
Moderna package likely below B3,000
The price for a package of two shots of Moderna Covid-19 vaccine offered by private hospitals will be no more than 3,000 baht, hospital executives say.
Myanmar military cashes in on Thai pipeline
Myanmar’s military has received hundreds of millions of dollars from natural gas sales through a financial scheme linked to the Myanmar-Thailand pipeline, a French newspaper has reported.
Thailand logs 19 Covid deaths, 2,419 new cases Saturday
The government on Saturday recorded 19 more Covid-19 deaths, for an accumulated toll of 382, and 2,419 new cases, raising the total since the start of the pandemic to 81,274.
Govt eyes defamation case against MFP after Thamanat ruling
The Digital Economy and Society (DES) Ministry says it will file a defamation lawsuit against the Move Forward Party (MFP) over its harsh criticism of the prime minister following a Constitutional Court ruling on whether Deputy Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister Thamanat Prompow was qualified to serve in the cabinet.
BMA to expand mass-testing across city
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is expanding Covid-19 mass testing across the capital with a plan to test 3,000 people in risk groups each day for the next few days to slow the rate of transmissions.
Royal aid being flown to India Saturday
Life-saving oxygen supplies sponsored by Their Majesties the King and Queen for Covid-19 patients will be flown to India today by the Royal Thai Air Force as that nation's virus catastrophe deepens.
Ministry warns delivery on gouging
Controls on delivery services during the pandemic have been tightened to prevent operators from profiteering as online orders have surged following a fresh wave of infections.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Aerothai predicts 38% drop in local air travel
Thailand's third outbreak of Covid-19 is predicted to send domestic air travel tumbling by 38% this fiscal year, according to the Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Ltd (Aerothai).
Restaurant and Goods Product Association asks premier to ease Covid measures
The Restaurant and Goods Product Association (RGPA) has asked Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to ease Covid-19 restrictions on restaurants, including the lifting of the ban on dine-in services.
Covid cases rock national football teams
Three footballers, two men and one woman, from the national teams have been diagnosed with Covid-19, forcing an immediate suspension of practice and quarantine for all other players and staff at the camp.
Lumpy cow skin disease spreads to 18 provinces
The Department of Livestock Development is seeking a vaccine for a lumpy skin disease found spreading across the kingdom's cattle population, said Sorravis Thaneto, director-general of the department.
Chinese rocket to tumble back to Earth in uncontrolled re-entry
BEIJING: A large segment of a Chinese rocket is expected to make an uncontrolled re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere early Sunday, but Beijing has downplayed fears of damage on the ground and said the risk is very low.
Chelsea beat Man City to delay Premier League title party
LONDON: Chelsea forced Manchester City to put their Premier League title party on hold on Saturday, winning 2-1 to strengthen their grip on a top-four place as Liverpool kept their Champions League qualification hopes alive.
American man 'admits' killing Thai wife
NAN: An American man is being detained at Muang Nan police station after he admitted killing his three-months pregnant wife, police say.
Uni hospital bears brunt
Thammasat University Field Hospital, which opened in early 2020 when the first wave of coronavirus hit the country, is on 24-hour alert to receive further admissions as hospitals spill over during this far more deadly third round of infections.
Bangkok adds more jab stations
City Hall will add more Covid-19 vaccination stations in Bangkok for a total of 25 to speed up inoculations in the capital. The first site will be opened at Central Plaza Ladprao shopping centre on Wednesday.
China cracks down on app notifications
BEIJING: China’s internet watchdog says it will ban some mobile app notifications and tighten regulations as the government ramps up a campaign to rein in the growing influence of internet companies over people’s daily lives.
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