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Phuket News
Tourist suffers burns, set alight in motorbike collision
PHUKET: Two tourists were rushed to Patong Hospital with injuries, one of them with burns to his legs, after the motorbike they were riding collided with another motorbike ridden by a foreigner near Tri Trang Beach early this morning (Jan 28).
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Coronavirus updates & economic impact! 112th Wat Chalong fair! || January 28
PHUKET XTRA - January 28 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Coronavirus updates & economic impact |:| Angry driver admit running over neighbour |:| The 112th Wat Chalong Fair is on! |:| Wastewater overrun lands Phuket resort B10k fine Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Phuket Grab motorbike drivers strike for B10 more delivery charge
PHUKET: About half of Phuket’s Grab motorbike riders who make most of their wages delivering food across the island went on strike today in their plea for a B10 surcharge to be implemented to boost their incomes.
Phuket braces for Wuhan fallout
PHUKET: Leading Phuket tourism figures this week were reticent to reveal any of their predictions about the impact the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak might have on the island’s industry, despite leading national figures saying the total fallout might cost the country up to B80-100 billion in revenues.
Thais in Wuhan living under shadow of deadly virus
WUHAN: The fate of Thai students in Wuhan hangs in the balance after authorities locked down the city in central China to control the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus, preventing Thailand from evacuating 64 of its nationals.
Gold thief from Phang Nga arrested in Chalong
PHUKET: Police yesterday arrested a man in Chalong just one day after he stole a necklace worth more than B46,000 from a gold shop in Thai Muang in Phang Nga, north of Phuket.
Global alarm grows as China’s capital reports first virus death
CHINA: China’s capital on Monday recorded its first death from a deadly coronavirus as it struggles to contain a rapidly spreading disease that has sparked global alarm, with countries scrambling to evacuate their citizens from the epicentre of the epidemic.
Turtle tracks found, but no turtle nest on Koh Phra Thong
PHUKET: Marine experts and volunteers have failed to find a turtle nest on Koh Phra Thong after turtle tracks were found on a beach at the southern end of the island located off the Phang Nga coast, north of Phuket, on Friday (Jan 24).
PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Cops sold car with drugs inside! Wuhan virus screening! Exhaust crackdown? || January 27
PHUKET XTRA - January 27 || brought to you by PVCPhuket.com Cops sorry for selling car with drugs inside |:| All arrivals from China now screened |:| Thailand ready to fly nationals out of Wuhan |:| Exhaust crackdown bags 8,000 vehicles |:| Billy murder charges dropped Hosted by: JP Mestanza || #Phuket
Phuket Town roads to close for Chinese New Year parade
PHUKET: Motorists are being urged to avoid certain roads in the heart of Phuket Town tomorrow (Jan 28) as a major street procession is being held to honour Guan Yin, the Chinese Goddess of Mercy, as a part of Chinese New Year celebrations.
 
The Thaiger
Coronavirus UPDATE – 5,578 confirmed cases, 131 dead

We awake to the latest news today on the spread of the Coronavirus where 5,578 people are now confirmed as infected and undergoing treatment, and the death toll reaching 131. 125 of those deaths are isolated to Hubei Province in central China (graph below). The largest city of Hubei is Wuhan, the epicentre of the […]

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Coronavirus – six new cases confirmed in Thailand

Six new cases of of the novel coronavirus are now confirmed for Thailand by the Ministry of Public Health. That brings the total number of cases detected to 14. The six new cases have all been hospitalised. Dr. Suhum Kanchanapimai, the Public health permanent secretary, confirmed that five of the six confirmed cases were members […]

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Immigration checkpoints enhance hygiene measures nationwide

Health screening measures are being boosted today at immigration checkpoints nationwide to prevent the spread of the Wuhan Coronavirus into Thailand. Since cases were confirmed in Malaysia and Singapore, officials at the Betong border crossing in the southernmost province Yala are using handheld thermometers to screen suspected contaminanees. Meanwhile enhanced hygiene measures are being implemented […]

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Tiger and piglet shows discontinued at Sriracha zoo

“The show is cruel, affecting those who witness it and it is not appropriate for a zoo to be showing such lack of care for a piglet.” Netizens were horrified when a tourist posted a short video of a screaming piglet being clawed by a tiger at the Sriracha Tiger Zoo in Chonburi province. Many […]

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Severe air pollution forces Nok Air flight back to Bangkok

The severe air pollution which has plagued much of Thailand’s central and northern regions for weeks is showing signs of subsiding, with many areas reporting “moderate” to “good” air quality levels yesterday. But in the north levels remain high, with the pollution in Phrae province preventing a Nok Air plane from landing and forcing it […]

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Coronavirus – WHO says it remains unclear when people become contagious

The World Health Organisation has announced that… “it remains unclear if the deadly coronavirus, which broke out in Wuhan, China five weeks ago, is contagious during its incubation period before symptoms appear. The virus, causing a pneumonia-like respiratory infection, has killed more than 100 people and infected over 4,500 in China, while cases are now identified […]

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No permission from Beijing to evacuate Thais from China

China has so far not granted Thailand permission to land a plane to evacuate Thais in light of the Wuhan Coronavirus outbreak. PM Prayut Chan-o-cha says China is handling the situation, and the Thai government must prepare a list of Thai nationals currently in China, an assembly point and a departure table before permission is given. […]

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Coronavirus UPDATE: 107 dead, more cases in Singapore and 1 in Cambodia

The death toll in China from the respiratory illness called the Wuhan Coronavirus or the Novel Coronavirus, has now reached 106, according to Channel News Asia. There are no deaths reported outside China and the vast majority of deaths are in the province of Hubei (76) where Wuhan is the capital. The number of total […]

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Coronavirus v SARS, a quick comparison

SARS, the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, was a viral respiratory disease caused by the SARS coronavirus (SARS-CoV). Between November 2002 and July 2003, the eight month outbreak in southern China infected a total of 8,098 people, resulting in 774 deaths in 17 countries. Two years ago Chinese scientists traced SARS’ origins through the intermediary of […]

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Pollution closes Lampang schools

Schools in the northern province of Lampang were closed yesterday as the level of air pollution went up, according to KhaoSod. Authorities have instructed families to keep their children indoors during this period of poor air quality. The problem is partly caused by the the burning of crop fields, which despite prohibitions, has been going […]

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
TAA reshuffles operations as Chinese market takes a hit
Thai AirAsia (TAA), Thailand's largest low-cost carrier, expects to lose 300,000 Chinese passengers during the first quarter, as flights to China make up 30% of its total revenue.
TAT gathers players to address virus fallout
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is working with the tourism sector to find a strategy to achieve its 3.16-trillion-baht revenue target for 2020 and offset the sharp decline in Chinese tourists this year.
Tourists back govt but also extend stays
Chinese tourists in Thailand have expressed confidence in their government's attempt to curb the coronavirus outbreak by sealing off Wuhan.
Virus control push ratchets up
Military medical personnel have been sent to help with the screening of passengers at international airports as another six Chinese nationals entering Thailand were found to be infected with the Wuhan coronavirus on Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases detected in the country to 14.
Another year of subdued growth forecast
Thailand is expected to record subdued economic growth again this year, clouded by external uncertainties, with the 2020 budget debacle having the most negative effect, says Talis Asset Management.
A large portion of the blame
Thailand is notorious when it comes to food waste. According to 2017 data from the Pollution Control Department, the organic waste collected by municipalities across Thailand accounted for nearly two-thirds of the country's total waste output.
Steps planned to boost consumption, tourism
The government plans to introduce additional measures next month to boost consumption and tourism, its finance minister said on Tuesday, as it tries to shore up a faltering economy potentially facing a sharp blow from the coronavirus in China.
Thai navy team left Wuhan before it was sealed off
Twenty navy officers who returned from a visit to Wuhan, China, left the city before it was locked-down to contain the coronavirus epidemic, the navy spokesman said on Tuesday.
Six more Chinese tourists found infected with coronavirus
Another six Chinese nationals entering Thailand were found to be infected with the Wuhan coronavirus, bringing a total number of cases detected in the country to 14.
Foreigners prepare to flee as China virus toll tops 100
WUHAN: The United States and other nations raced to get their citizens out of the locked-down Chinese city at ground-zero of a virus epidemic on Tuesday, as the death toll surged to 106 and the number of confirmed infections doubled to over 4,500.
 
NationThailand.com - News
Six more coronavirus cases discovered in Thailand
Thailand has discovered six more patients infected with the novel coronavirus from China – five from Heibei and one from Chongqing, permanent health secretary Sukhum Karnchanapimai confirmed today (January 28).
Chiang Rai sets up medical centres to guard against Wuhan virus
Chiang Rai Public Health Office has established emergency medical centres in 18 districts of Chiang Rai province as well as screening centres at Mae Fah Luang International Airport, Chiang Saen Commercial Port, Mae Sai and Chiang Khong border checkpoints to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus from infected people entering through those channels.
New rule allows growth of cannabis plants
The Cabinet has agreed to the removal of cannabis from the narcotic list under an approved ministerial regulation of the Public Health Ministry, said Traisulee Traisaranakul, Deputy Government Spokesperson, on Tuesday (January 28).
Increase in revenue, cost reduction critical for THAI: Thaworn
Deputy Transport Minister Thaworn Senneam discussed the open sky policy and emphasised the importance of increasing revenue and reduction of expenses for Thai Airways International Pcl (THAI) to turnaround its fortunes and become a sustainable operation in the future.
Thermal scanners being used at Suvarnabhumi, say officials, in reaction to public worries
Authorities have assured concerned netizens that all passengers entering the airport from China have to go through screening gates.
First case of coronavirus reported in Cambodia
Cambodia reported its first case of the deadly 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) on Monday, Minister of Health Mam Bun Heng announced. He said medical specialists detected the virus in a Chinese tourist in Sihanoukville.
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Cross-border commerce falls short
Cross-border trade fell by 3.4% in 2019, weighed down by the strong baht, volatile foreign exchange and the prolonged trade war.
Thailand No.6 for Chinese tourists' mobile payments
Thailand ranked sixth out of the top 10 countries where Chinese tourists prefer to use mobile payments, while Singapore ranked first, according to a report by Nielsen and Alipay.
MRT extension approved
The cabinet on Tuesday approved the 140-billion-baht Orange Line western extension linking the Thailand Cultural Centre with Bang Khun Non across the river, with plans to hold bidding this October.
China agrees to WHO sending experts to study virus
GENEVA: China has agreed that the World Health Organization will send international experts there as soon as possible to increase understanding of a new coronavirus and guide the global response to the outbreak, the UN agency said on Tuesday.
25 new fatalities in China's virus epicentre
The number of confirmed deaths from China's viral outbreak has risen to 131, with authorities in central Hubei province on Wednesday reporting 25 new fatalities and 840 new cases.
Plane evacuating Japanese nationals departs from virus-hit Wuhan
BEIJING: A plane evacuating Japanese nationals from the Chinese city at the center of a deadly virus outbreak departed for Tokyo early Wednesday, the Japanese Foreign Ministry said.
TAT gathers players to address virus fallout
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is working with the tourism sector to find a strategy to achieve its 3.16-trillion-baht revenue target for 2020 and offset the sharp decline in Chinese tourists this year.
Cabinet OKs measures to stimulate investment
Fresh incentives meant to spur private investment of 110 billion baht and add 0.25 percentage points to economic growth sailed through the cabinet on Tuesday.
Democrats lose list seat due to Chanthaburi foul play
The Democrat Party has lost a party-list seat due to one of its losing candidates in the March 24 election last year being found guilty of violating the election law, according to the Election Commission (EC).
Tourists back govt but also extend stays
Chinese tourists in Thailand have expressed confidence in their government's attempt to curb the coronavirus outbreak by sealing off Wuhan.
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