Phuket will seek three billion baht from the government to revive the province’s economy and to build a health tourism center in wake of Covid-19 pandemic as the Cabinet retreat will be held there next week, said Deputy Phuket governor Pichet Panapong.
Bangkok has prepared for PM2.5 air pollution, expected to return from December to February, said Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang.
Thailand reported three new coronavirus cases and all of them are foreigners in state quarantine.
The Transport Ministry and the Marine Department plan security measures for public safety during the Loy Krathong festival, which falls on Oct 31.
The Election Commission (EC) resolved to take criminal action against the former Future Forward Party (FFP) leader, Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit and 15 party executives of the disbanded party over the 191-million-baht loan.
The Shop and Payback tax rebate scheme started yesterday as the government encourages Thai people to shop and help stimulate the economy late this year.
The Department of Disease Control admitted that a French woman contracted the novel coronavirus after her 14-day quarantine and her case possibly showed local infection.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered officials to acquire COVID-19 vaccines through three ways, intending to make a vaccine available for Thai people at the same time as in other countries.
Khana Ratsadorn (People’s Group) demanded Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha resign within 10pm tonight while inviting supporters to join its rally in front of the Bangkok Remand Prison.
The Office of Insurance Commission (OIC) offers assistance to affected people in the gas pipe explosion which killed three people and injured 50 others.
Thailand reported nine new coronavirus cases in state quarantine, raising the total cases to 3,709.
The government’s centre for jointly resolving serious emergency situations has adjusted a plan to handle demonstrations as they are concerned over a possible confrontation of rival protest groups.