The Royal Gazette announced deputy agriculture minister Capt Thammanat Prompao and deputy labour minister Narumon Pinyosinwat were relieved of their ministerial positions.
Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul will propose the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer for children aged 12 and over to allow them to go to school.
The House committee on religions, arts and cultures asked two well-known monks who controversially had their live streaming via Facebook to cut their humorous content to 30%.
Three organizations signed an agreement to use the Mor Prom application as the Digital Health Pass for air passengers to conveniently show their COVID-19 vaccinations before boarding flights.
Police had not charged the Myanmar man who confessed to abducting a 23-month-old girl pending their careful collection of evidence and witnesses.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) introduced its first COVID-19 vaccination vehicle that would serve vulnerable people right at their home.
The Chulabhorn Royal Academy invited schools to register their students aged 10-18 for free COVID-19 vaccinations.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration will start COVID-19 vaccinations for ill students aged 12-18 on Sept 21.
Patients’ computer-based information was stolen only at Phetchabun Hospital and it did not belong to 16 million people as earlier reported but had been stored for 16 million times, according to the Public Health Ministry.
The cabinet allocated 4,254.36 million baht to acquire 12 million more doses of the COVID-19 vaccine made by Sinovac.
The Embassy of the Republic of Korea are delivering ‘Happy bag’, a safety and food kit under Covid-19 era to 66 living Korean war veterans and their families in Thailand.
The governor of Phuket province discussed treatment solutions for asymptomatic COVID-19 patients with local administrators as their rising number raised concern.