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  • COVID Variant Spreads to More Countries as World on Alert

    LONDON - The new potentially more contagious omicron variant of the coronavirus popped up in more European countries on Saturday, just days after being identified in South Africa, leaving governments around the world scrambling to stop the spread.

    The U.K. on Saturday tightened its rules on mask-wearing and on testing of international arrivals after finding two cases. New cases were confirmed Saturday in Germany

    28 November 2021
  • More vaccination centers in Thailand now provide mRNA jabs
    The Ministry of Public Health has now increased the availability of mRNA jabs at more vaccination centers, providing easier access to this specific vaccine type for anyone who prefers it. The Ministry of Public Health is now addressing issues that have slowed down the countrys vaccination uptake, one of which is a preference for the []
    27 November 2021
  • Thailand has limitations in controlling diesel price
    The price of diesel fuel will be kept from exceeding 28 baht per liter between December and March, by means of limiting the types of high-speed diesel fuels offered at service stations to just the B7 variety and asking oil firms to refrain from setting a marketing margin above 1.4 baht per liter. The limitation []
    27 November 2021
  • Thailand and Oman as gateway for Middle Eastern market enhance trade value for 2022
    Thailands exports have expanded satisfactorily this year, but the Ministry of Commerce is not remaining idle and continues to labor to propel export activities. Most recently, a discussion was held with Omans ambassador to Thailand in support of many articles of export. Minister of Commerce Jurin Laksanawisit entered a discussion with His Excellency Mr. Issa []
    27 November 2021
  • Embassy of Israel in Thailand observes International Day for Elimination of Violence against Women
    A delegation from the Embassy of Israel led by Ms. Orna Sagiv, Charg dAffaires a.i., marked the International Day for the Elimination of the Violence against Women at the Association for the Promotion of the Status of Women (APSW), under the patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsawali Krom Muen Suddhanarinatha. The Embassy cooperated with []
    27 November 2021
  • Thailand amends laws to control street racing among teenagers
    Deputy National Police Chief Police General Damrongsak Kittiprapas said a motion to amend the Land Traffic Act and related laws is being reviewed by a Senate committee, as the Royal Thai Police is looking to better curb street racing. A street race that involves 5 or more vehicles is in violation of the current Land []
    27 November 2021
  • House expects Royal Thai Polices report on Red Bull scion hit-and-run case in December
    The House committee on police affairs expects the police to conclude investigation related to the hit-and-run case of Red Bull scion Vorayuth Boss Yoovidhya next month as the suspect was believed to be in Austria. Sanya Nilsuphan, deputy head of the House committee, said representatives of the Royal Thai Police Office informed the committee on []
    27 November 2021
  • Thailand committed to democracy and human rights despite absence in summit hosted by the U.S.
    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the lack of invitation for Thailand to attend the Summit for Democracy hosted by the United States will not affect the country, stressing that the Kingdom will remain committed to democratic values and human rights. In a brief statement, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesman Tanee Sangrat said Thailand is []
    27 November 2021
  • Bangkok Siriraj Hospital cautions against renewed Covid outbreaks in December
    Europe is now experiencing a resurgence of COVID-19 outbreaks, notably in Austria, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Italy. In Thailand, respected public health figures are also expressing concerns about a potential resurgence of outbreaks in December amidst cooler weather and increased movement of people. Prof. Prasit Watanapa, the dean of the Faculty of Medicine []
    27 November 2021
  • Thailand eases entry rules from 16 December 2021
    Thailands Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) approved the easing of entry rules for international arrivals, including returning Thais and foreign residents, under all three schemes TEST & GO, Sandbox Programme, and Quarantine effective from 16 December, 2021. The TAT Newsroom will be providing full details on each of the entry schemes as The post Thailand eases entry rules from 16 December 2021 appeared f
    27 November 2021