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Government to reopen businesses in 32 provinces before considering nationwide easing

Thailand’s Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) said on Monday that it would consider easing restriction and open businesses in 32 out of 77 provinces in Thailand as new infection numbers decrease.Thailand...

[Update-1] Thailand finds 27 new cases of coronavirus; testing numbers low compared to some ASEAN neighbours

Thailand’s government said on Monday that it had discovered 27 new coronavirus infections bringing the total number of infected to 2,792.The lowering numbers has the Thai government considering whether or not to lift...

Regional update: Coronavirus cases in Thailand

Our updated number of cases by region, current as of Monday morning, are listed below.Central region: Bangkok: 1424Nonthaburi: 150Samut Prakan: 108

Opinion: Prayut calling in favours in approach to top 20 richest?

Following Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s surprise announcement on Friday evening that he will be approaching Thailand's 20 richest families, who are “seniors of the society,” to help the country fight against the outbreak of the coronavirus, one...

Is Thailand ready to re-open; neighbours offer glimpse of dangers of reopening

Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha said that his government will consider this week whether to re-open the country by the end of the month and ease state-of-emergency provisions introduced to help curb the spread of coronavirus.

Thailand finds 32 new cases of coronavirus; no deaths for the second day in a row

Thailand’s government said on Sunday that it had discovered 32 new coronavirus infections bringing the total number of infected to 2,765.It continues a lowering trend of new infections with no increase of three...

Thailand confirms 33 new coronavirus infections; no new fatality

The Thai government said on Saturday that it had discovered 33 new coronavirus infections and now new fatalities.The new confirmed cases bring the total number of cases to 2,733.

Opposition questions appointment of generals to senate tourism committee

General Preecha Chan-ocha, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha’s brother, was appointed along with 13 other military generals to the Senate Committee on Tourism, local media reported on Friday.The opposition have questioned the move...

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SET resumes pre-Covid short-selling rules, leading to more volatility

The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), on Thursday, has returned to a normal 30 per cent ceiling-floor and short-selling rules from the...

Opinion: If Thaksin’s son-in-law becomes leader then Pheu Thai will have failed to evolve, again

Thailand’s largest opposition party Pheu Thai is due to select a new leader on Thursday with many tipping THaksin Shinawatra’s son-in-law Nuttaphong...

Thaksin’s son-in-law tipped to be the next leader of Pheu Thai Party

Nuttaphong Kunakornwong, the son-in-law of exiled Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, is tipped to be the next leader of Pheu Thai, sources inside the...

Miss Universe Thailand favorite Cheraim Chayathanus disqualified for spying

Miss Universe Thailand 2020 (MUT) favorite Chayathanus ‘Cheraim’ Saradatta has been disqualified from the race after it was revealed that her manager...