Chill started in the northern province as the temperature on the country’s highest mountain Doi Inthanon dropped to 9 degrees Celsius this morning and tourists gathered to feel the cold weather and admire sunrise.
The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) and authorities in the northeastern province organized the “Happy Night Moonshine Run Loifaa” running event in a ‘new normal’ style to stimulate local economy while ensuring public safety.
Officials of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration are searching for people who might contract the coronavirus disease 2019 from the new local infection case found recently in the capital.
Most consumers buy goods online during the pandemic, a survey conducted by the Commerce Ministry showed.
The government’s Center for Economic Situation Administration approved the economic stimulus packages worth 68 billion baht to cut the cost of living and to hire about 260,000 new graduates.
Thai Industrial Standards Institute (TISI) sets up standard for cloth face masks, urging local producers to seek certification for their products.
Thailand reported eight new coronavirus cases in state quarantine, raising the total cases to 3,425.
Prime Minister and Defence Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-ocha is visiting Sukhothai, hit by flooding earlier this month to hand out relief supplies to flood victims.
Thailand on Tuesday logged five new imported cases of Covid-19, raising the total confirmed cases to 3,417.
Two schools in Prachuap Khiri Khan’s Hua Hin has temporarily closed for one week to prevent Covid-19.
Israel has included Thailand in the list of “green countries”, which exempts Thai travellers from being quarantined upon arrival.
The Education Ministry welcomes students for talks as a student network across the country has planned to stage a protest outside the Education Ministry on Sept 5, said Education Minister, Nataphon Teepsuwan.