The Umpiem refugee camp in Phop Phra district was locked down after an illegal migrant entered it with the novel coronavirus.
His Majesty the King donated land to Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University and Suan Dusit University.
The Cabinet set aside the six- billion-baht budget for reservation and procurement of the prospective Covid -19 vaccine, according to the government’s Thaikoofah Facebook page.
The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) agreed to extend the emergency decree for another 45 days, spanning the New Year festival to curb the spread of Covid-19.
The Erawan Emergency Centre of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) reported that 55 people were injured in the clashes at Kiakkai yesterday.
U.S. ambassador to Thailand Michael George DeSombre praised Thailand for seizure of drug precursor, saying the United States is ready to work with Thailand on drug suppression and other crime related issues.
Police have been deployed to provide security at Parliament and surrounding areas as protests by two opposing sides were planned today.
Diplomats and spouses from 15 countries visited Phulet’s old town and joined tourism activities in a campaign to boost tourism in this Andaman coastal province.
The Finance Ministry borrows US$1.5 billion from the Asian Development Bank to solve economic problems resulting from the coronavirus disease 2019.
The Finance Ministry is planning the second phase of the government’s co-payment scheme to stimulate spending during the New Year festival as consumers and vendors urge the government to extend the scheme to next year.
Thailand joined Southeast Asian nations and five other countries in signing the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) trade agreement that will help member states better cope with economic challenges in the future.
As three protests by People’s Group are scheduled in Bangkok tomorrow, 34 companies of police will be on duty to mainain order, said Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, Pol Maj Gen Piya Tawichai.