The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs warned Thai people in the United States to watch out for criminals following the death of an elderly Thai man who was attacked by a 19-year-old man.
The government and the Royal Irrigation Department were urged to solve the problem of saltwater intrusion which could cause renal failure among general people.
The cabinet approved in principle a ministerial regulation to introduce car license plates with people’s names.
The total cases of COVID-19 in the country exceeded 20,000 as it logged 836 new cases and two more deaths.
Former TV news anchor, Sorayuth Suthasanachinda will be released next month on parole wearing an EM bracelet.
Police sought court orders for the extended detention of three Thai men arrested during their rally in front of the Myanmar embassy.
Trade between Thailand and Myanmar resumed and commerce authorities expected export growth on Myanmar’s demand for Thai goods.
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The authorities ordered the Central Shrimp Market to remain closed until the facilities there and at the nearby migrant dormitory are upgraded to ensure sanitation and hygiene practices.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration apologized to the operator of a well-known restaurant for mistakenly reporting a timeline which affected its business and promised to verify information before dissemination.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration reopened its schools with serious measures to control COVID-19 after closing them for nearly a month in the wake of the COVID-19 spread last December.
Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon said the coup d’etat in Myanmar was an internal political affair and did not concern Thailand.