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Good News, Bad News: Thailand’s Maintains Covid-19 ‘Status Woe’

The bad news that came out of last week’s Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration meeting was that January’s coronavirus restrictions will continue unchanged. The...

Anutin Overrules Disease Experts, Says No Covid-19 Rules Relaxation Proposal

Thailand’s anti-nightlife, anti-alcohol public health minister appears to have won an internal argument over further relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions, with the ministry announcing it...

‘Zero Chance’ Bars Reopen Jan. 16 as Thailand Begins to Shut Down Again Over...

Restrictions on bars and nightclubs won’t be lifted on Jan. 16 and, in fact, could go the other way, with alcohol again banned, as...

Business Leaders Warn Gov’t Not to Lock Down Thailand Over Omicron

. Don't Just Pay Lip Service to 'Living With Covid'; Actually Do It, Execs Demand

New Year’s Countdowns on Monday’s CCSA Agenda

The Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration meets today to consider further easing of disease-control measures, including the reopening of border checkpoints in the South...

PM: No Plans for New Restrictions; All Tests for Omicron Contacts Negative

. So far, new variant much ado about nothing. As you were...

Thailand Reports Fewest Covid-19 Cases in 5 1/2 Months as 1st Omicron Case Found

. All the coronavirus stats are good, but all anyone can talk about is another lockdown

Ayutthaya, Korat Get Booze Back, But Pattaya Still Dry Under New Rules

. Governor relaxes more regulations, but fails to explain or justify nonsensical alcohol ban.

They’re Pissed in Pattaya, and It’s Not From Booze

. Alcohol sales return to restaurants in Bangkok, 3 provinces Monday, but not Sin City. Angry business leaders demand to know why.

Thailand’s Curfew, List of ‘Dark Red’ Provinces Shrinks Saturday

Thailand’s nighttime curfew shrinks to four hours and the list of “dark red” provinces to 23 Saturday after the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration’s...

Oct. 1 Is Here, But What’s Really Changed?

Relaxed restrictions are still restrictions. Thailand still failing to "live with Covid-19"

Shorter Curfew, Quarantine, But Longer Wait for Thailand to ‘Live with Covid-19’

Curfews are shorter. Quarantines are shorter. This list of closed businesses is shorter. But the wait for Thailand to reopen to foreign tourism and...

Access to Koh Phi Phi Restricted Another 7 Days to Sept. 24

Krabi’s Communicable Disease Committee extended access restriction for Phi Phi Island for seven days as more Covid-19 cases linked to infections at anunder-construction sewage-treatment...

Thailand to ‘Reopen’ 5 Destinations Oct. 1 … With Quarantines, Closed Businesses

'Reopen' is the wrong word, as it means neither quarantine-free travel for tourists nor full resumption of all businesses.

Curfew Could Be Next Covid-19 Restriction to Be Eased, Embattled PM Offers

Under intense fire at Parliament for his mismanagement of the coronavirus crisis, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha threw his critics a bone by saying the...

Vaccine, Testing Requirement for Restaurants Dies, But Profits Still Will Be Hard to Find

No Booze, 8 p.m. closing, capacity limits means tough times to continue for restaurants, with vaccine looming on horizon

No Vax, No Test Needed When Pattaya’s Koh Larn Reopens Wed.

Koh Larn reopens again Wednesday but will not require visitors to be vaccinated or tested for Covid-19. The island closed for the third time since...

CCSA to mull restaurant dine-in resumption, but for vaccinated, tested diners only

The Public Health Ministry today will ask the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration to allow dine-in services to resume, but only for coronavirus-vaccinated or...

Thailand May Begin Easing Covid-19 Restrictions in Sept. as Health Officials See Downward Trend

Experts believe peak in cases has passed, see curve flattening by end-Sept., but months away from ending.

Thailand Massage Parlors to Get Day in Court Over Covid Closings Without Compensation

The Civil Court accepted a complaint from 157 health massage parlor operators who sued the government for about 10 million baht for closing their...

Thailand Reports 20,258 New Covid-19 Cases as Lockdown Extended

The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration on Tuesday reported 20,258 new coronavirus cases and 239 new fatalities a day after extending the semi-lockdown in...

Gov’t Pays Out ฿6.5 Billion in Coronavirus Relief for Locked-Down Thais

The government has already transferred 6.5 billion baht in Social Security payments to full-time employees affected by the lockdown measures, while additional financial aid...

Thailand’s Aug. Worst-Case Scenario Now Sept. Best-Case Covid-19 Hope

CCSA predicts 45,000 cases, 500 deaths daily by Sept. 7 with current lockdown, vaccination rate

Cambodia May Ease Thailand ‘Blockade’ in Days As Covid-19 Restrictions Extended 2 Weeks

Cambodia may ease its “blockade” of Thailand border provinces within days even as it extends coronavirus restrictions for another two week. The announcement that virus-suppression...

It’s Official: Pattaya Not Reopening Sept. 1; It Never Actually Was

For the few still holding out hope, it’s now official: Pattaya is not reopening to foreign tourists Sept. 1. In truth, it never was. No...
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