Raging fire in an area of about 400 rai (about 160 acres) on a high mountain in Samoeng district was causing thick smog in the northern province.
Donki Mall, a Japanese mall warmly welcomed by Thais, will open its new branch at the MBK shopping center late this year with the “Japan Town” concept.
Covid-19 vaccines will be sent to Thai border to inoculate local officials as Thailand is preparing for the potential influx of refugees from Myanmar.
Thailand would take care of Myammar refugees on the humanitarian basis.
The first Thai female education minister announced three main policies.
The Department of Health Service Support launched legal action against a private hospital in Samut Kakhon province for illegally advertising its COVID-19 vaccination service.
Riot police arrested about 30 anti-government protesters beside Government House.
The State Railway of Thailand started the test run of its Red Line system.
The Center for Economic Situation Administration agreed with the reopening plan to allow vaccinated tourists to visit Phuket without having to undergo compulsory quarantine.
A patient’s death after COVID-19 vaccination did not result from the inoculation, according to the health minister.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of the COVID-19 vaccine produced by Johnson & Johnson.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) resolved to open the Chatuchak market six days a week to help vendors.