Heavy rains caused floods in many provinces and rescue workers were delivering essentials to isolated communities.
Eleven schools in Tak’s Mae Sot reopened on Monday after almost two-month closure as the Covid-19 situation there has improved.
The Umpiem refugee camp in Phop Phra district was locked down after an illegal migrant entered it with the novel coronavirus.
Over 50 Myanmar workers have been arrested for illegal entry to Thailand as the surge of COVID-19 infections in Myanmar has prompted Thai authorities to tighten border control measures.
Summer thunderstorms caused by a high pressure system from China hit several provinces of Thailand on Sunday.
Migrant- smuggling ring has been busted after hiding six Myanmar workers under a modified water tank on a pick-up truck.
The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) plans to install floating solar arrays with the total generation capacity of 778 megawatts at the Bhumibol dam in Tak province.
Authorities in Ranong province repatriated 30 illegal Myanmar migrants through Tak and Chiang Rai provinces after their legal cases were finalized.
Over 20 students and teachers were stranded after a heavy rain triggered flash floods and mudslides in Tha Song Yang district of Tak province.
Tropical Storm Mun has caused torrential rain and strong wind across Thailand as it makes landfall in Vietnam.
Dozens of local soldiers, administrative officials and volunteers took several hours to finally control a forest fire in Mae Sot district of Tak but about 200 rai or 320,000 square meters of forestland was destroyed
Forest fires on both sides of the Thai-Myanmar border created hazardous smoke haze in border areas of Tak province and those in the neighbouring country