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  • 50-50 Scheme To Re-launch Sooner Than Expected
    The popular Khon La Khrueng (Half-Half) scheme will be re-launched sooner than planned although the subsidy for subscribers will be trimmed, the government announced. The cabinet yesterday approved Phase 4 of the Khon La Khrueng scheme which is set to begin on 1st February, rather than 21st February as originally planned. It was brought forward...

    The popular Khon La Khrueng (Half-Half) scheme will be re-launched sooner than planned although the subsidy for subscribers will be trimmed, the government announced.

    The cabinet yesterday approved Phase 4 of the Khon La Khrueng scheme which is set to begin on 1st February, rather than 21st February as originally planned. It was brought forward on the back of rising prices for key consumer items, including pork and eggs. Phase 3 of the Khon La Khrueng scheme drew to a close at the end of last year.

    Government spokesman Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana said yesterday that Phase 4 of the scheme will involve a budget of 34.8 billion baht to be drawn from the COVID-19 relief loan.

    It will run from 1st February to the end of April and will see the government provide 50% subsidies on food, drink and general goods purchased at participating food shops and stalls. The subsidy is capped at 150 baht per person per day.

    However, the total spending limit for each person is capped at 1,200 baht over the course of the scheme, rather than the 1,500 baht for Phase 3.

    Mr Wangboonkongchana said the 28 million present subscribers to the scheme can start using the subsidies from 1st February.

    The next round, however, has room for one million more subscribers. They can apply to register from 10th February and if approved, they will be able to begin using the service from 17th February.

    Mr Wangboonkongchana also said welfare cardholders and people with special needs will also receive government subsidies faster than planned. The cabinet has given the green light to a budget worth eight billion baht for Phase 4 of the state welfare cardholders programme and 1.3 billion baht for Phase 2 of the people with special needs scheme.

    Previously, subsidies under the two programmes were also to be rolled out on Feb 21. Now, they too will run from 1st February to the end of April. In total, 13.4 million cardholders and 2.2 million people with special needs will receive subsidies worth up to 200 baht per month for three months.

    Meanwhile, deputy government spokeswoman, Traisuree Taisaranakul, said the cabinet has also approved Phase 4 of the Rao Tiew Duay Kan (We Travel Together) co-payment scheme worth nine billion baht to stimulate domestic tourism.

    The subsidy, which runs from next month through to July, is capped at 3,000 baht per night for up to 10 consecutive nights.

    25 January 25 2022
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  • Health Ministry Plans To Legalise Cannabis In Designated Areas
    The health ministry plans to legalise cannabis for recreational use in designated areas as part of a new draft proposal. Dr Paisarn Dankum, secretary-general of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), said the ministry wants to maximise the benefits of the plant following its removal from the latest list of prohibited drugs (B.E 2564). The...

    The health ministry plans to legalise cannabis for recreational use in designated areas as part of a new draft proposal.

    Dr Paisarn Dankum, secretary-general of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), said the ministry wants to maximise the benefits of the plant following its removal from the latest list of prohibited drugs (B.E 2564).

    The proposals will allow the use of cannabis for recreational purposes in designated sandbox areas. However, there has so far been no guidance as to what will constitute a sandbox and which areas might be eligible.

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    “Of course, we won’t be opening cannabis cafes any time soon, but there are many different models overseas involving legal recreational use that we believe would suit our social context to choose from,” Dr Dankum said.

    He further explained that the committee on cannabis chaired by the Ministry of Public Health’s permanent secretary will make the decisions regarding sandbox areas for recreational use.

    Regarding home use, he said there would be no change in the law and it would remain illegal unless prescribed as a treatment for a legitimate medical complaint.

    The Narcotics Control Board will today consider the ministry’s latest draft list of narcotic substances and whether cannabis with concentrations of THC over 0.2% of total weight should be included.

    Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said recreational use does not fall under his ministry’s remit, which emphasises health and economic well-being.

    Meanwhile, Assoc Prof Ratsamon Kalayasiri, director of the Centre for Addiction Studies, said that while she is not against the legalisation of medical cannabis, total liberalisation is a step too far.

    “THC in cannabis has multiple direct effects on our body and brain that can cause mental health issues. We should be ultra-cautious,” she said.

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  • More Charges For Cop That Killed Doctor As She Crossed The Road
    Police investigators are gathering evidence to support additional charges likely to be pressed against a police lance corporal whose motorcycle struck a woman, killing her while she walked across a pedestrian crossing on a Bangkok road on Friday afternoon. Pol L/C Norawich Buadok, a police officer attached to the Protection and Crowds Control Division, had...

    Police investigators are gathering evidence to support additional charges likely to be pressed against a police lance corporal whose motorcycle struck a woman, killing her while she walked across a pedestrian crossing on a Bangkok road on Friday afternoon.

    Pol L/C Norawich Buadok, a police officer attached to the Protection and Crowds Control Division, had admitted all charges already pressed against him shortly after the incident, said Pol Maj Gen Jirasant Kaewsaeng-ek, deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Bureau (MPB), yesterday.

    After he was given first aid at the Police General Hospital, Pol L/C Buadok went to Phaya Thai police station to answer the charges. These include reckless driving causing death, failing to attach the licence plate to his motorcycle as required by law, driving outside the left-most lane, failing to stop and give way to pedestrians at a zebra crossing, and using a vehicle without paying annual tax. The suspect had confessed to all charges, said Pol Maj Gen Kaewsaeng-ek.

    The fatal accident occurred on Friday at 3.10pm. While Dr Waraluck Supawatjariyakul, an ophthalmologist in the Faculty of Medicine at Chulalongkorn University, was using the zebra crossing to walk across Phayathai Road in front of Bhumirajanagarindra Kidney Institute Hospital, she was struck by a Ducati Monster big bike.

    Pol L/C Buadok admitted he was driving fast and that after suddenly switching to the far right lane, he sped over the zebra crossing without noticing that other vehicles had stopped, and hit Dr Supawatjariyakul.

    Pol Maj Gen Kaewsaeng-ek said a blood-alcohol test conducted on the driver when he showed up to answer the charges showed no traces of alcohol in his system.

    Pol Lt Gen Samran Nualma, MPB commissioner, had assured the public the police will strictly enforce the law against the driver.

    Police plan to forward the investigation report to prosecutors and request an indictment of the driver by 9th March, said Pol Col Bowonphop Sunthonlekha, superintendent of the Phaya Thai police.

    A video clip of the incident on a section of Phaya Thai Road, along with pictures of the motorcycle driver standing and tapping on his mobile phone screen as well as while he was sitting and receiving first aid after the incident, have sparked a furore on social media. Many social media users questioned why he appeared so unconcerned despite his actions having just resulted in someone’s death.

    Severely injured at the scene, Dr Supawatjariyakul was pronounced dead shortly after she was rushed by ambulance to hospital.

    Dr Anirut Supawatjariyakul, the father of the victim, said regardless of his outrage at what happened to his daughter and how devastated he is over her loss, he forgave the driver, who attended Ms Supawatjariyakul’s funeral and apologised to the father.

    Dr Ittaporn Kanacharoen, secretary-general of the Medical Council of Thailand, meanwhile, urged the police to improve safety for pedestrians and motorists. He called for a pedestrian bridge or tunnel instead of a zebra crossing at points where large numbers of pedestrians cross the road.

    24 January 24 2022
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  • Should Thailand Top The List Of Best Places To Retire In SE Asia?
    Based on the recent Annual Global Retirement Index 2022 by the travel magazine International Living, Thailand ranked 11th out of 25 in terms of the world’s most desirable places to retire this year. When looking at destinations in Southeast Asia, Thailand was No 1, followed by Cambodia, Malaysia, Bali, and Vietnam. The index did not...

    Based on the recent Annual Global Retirement Index 2022 by the travel magazine International Living, Thailand ranked 11th out of 25 in terms of the world’s most desirable places to retire this year.

    When looking at destinations in Southeast Asia, Thailand was No 1, followed by Cambodia, Malaysia, Bali, and Vietnam. The index did not include Singapore.

    The media talked to Immigration Bureau deputy commander Pol Maj Gen Achayon Kraithong to find out if the current regulations support this claim.

    How many foreign nationals have been granted retirement visas? What are the top three nationalities?

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    A total of 35,846 foreigners have obtained retirement visas with the top three nationalities being British, Germans and Americans.

    Why are foreigners with a one-year visa or more required to report to immigration officials every 90 days?

    They are required to do so under Section 37 (5) of the Immigration Act. However, to make it more convenient, they can do so via postal mail or online.

    Why are foreigners with retirement visas not allowed to hold any type of job here?

    The law governing the employment of foreign nationals, which is enforced by the Labour Ministry, says work permits are granted to those with a non-B visa, or those with permanent residence only. The details are specified in the regulations of the Department of Employment.

    Why are expats who have lived, worked and paid taxes here for over a decade still considered non-immigrants, and ineligible for government healthcare or welfare benefits?

    Regardless of their length of stay, unless they are undergoing a process to change their nationality, their status remains that of a foreigner. At present, no state welfare benefits are extended to non-Thais.

    How many foreigners are granted permanent residence each year? Is there a quota? Can you provide the number of this group for the past five years?

    The Interior Ministry usually makes an announcement on applications for permanent residence from November-December every year. There is a quota — 100 per nationality each year.

    From 2017-2019, a total of 801 requests were submitted and 769 were granted [253 out of 265 requests were granted in 2017; 261 out of 272 were granted in 2018; and 255 out of 265 requests were granted in 2019.]

    In 2020, 286 requests were submitted and 163 have been granted. Another 118 requests are being processed, while five have been cancelled. In 2021, 250 were submitted and the process of considering them is still underway.

    Why must foreigners who are married to Thais apply for a visa every year? If their spouses die, can they stay here past their retirement?

    Based on Section 37 of the Immigration Act, a renewed visa is valid for one year. If their Thai spouse passes away and they have children together, they can seek to extend their stay for reasons of child support. If they do not have children, they can seek other reasons to stay, such as for work or retirement, depending on their circumstances and how they choose to seek to renew their visas.

    Is there any reason why the law does not say that foreign men who are married to Thai women can seek Thai citizenship when it says that foreign women can seek Thai nationality if their spouse is Thai?

    In both cases, foreign nationals can apply for Thai citizenship after their marriage to Thais under the Thai Nationality Act.

    However, the process is more complicated for men married to Thai women. There are certain requirements they must meet: they must stay in the country for at least five years, have a good command of the Thai language, have a proper job, and receive approval from the interior minister.

    Is it possible for Thailand to adopt the “green card” system?

    The Immigration Bureau allows foreign nationals to apply for permanent residence in November-December each year. This is similar to the green card system in other countries.

    Once they are granted permanent residence, they can stay in the country indefinitely, except that they do not have Thai nationality. They need to apply for Thai citizenship with the Special Branch Police and their applications will be reviewed by the interior minister.

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    24 January 24 2022
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  • Brit Killed In Knife Attack
    A Briton was killed and his compatriot badly hurt in a knife attack in front of a rented house in Muang district, Kanchanaburi, early yesterday, police said. The fatal attack occurred in tambon Tha Makham at 3.55am. Pol Col Somkiart Chomchai, chief of Muang police led a team of police, forensic officers, tourist police and...

    A Briton was killed and his compatriot badly hurt in a knife attack in front of a rented house in Muang district, Kanchanaburi, early yesterday, police said.

    The fatal attack occurred in tambon Tha Makham at 3.55am.

    Pol Col Somkiart Chomchai, chief of Muang police led a team of police, forensic officers, tourist police and a doctor to the scene.

    The dead Briton, 49, whose name was withheld pending notification of relatives, was found with knife wounds to his neck near a marble chair in front of the house.

    Shaun Kevin Dagnan, 55, sustained serious knife injuries. A sickle and a pair of shoes believed to belong to the attacker were found at the scene, police said.

    Police say the two Britons were drinking beer in front of the house and playing loud music late at night before the attack. Police believe the attacker might have been upset by the noise.

    A neighbour, a relative of the dead victim’s girlfriend, told police that he heard a loud noise while sleeping. He came out of his house and found the two foreigners had been attacked.

    Police detained a local man with a history of inpatient care for mental health problems, named Prasut Thipphat, 23, on suspicion of the offence.

    The suspect had been attacked by angry residents after the stabbing and is currently in hospital care.

    23 January 23 2022
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  • Northern Provinces & Bangkok Warned Of PM2.5 Surge
    The Centre for Air Pollution Mitigation has warned of harmful levels of fine-particulate dust in Greater Bangkok and the northern region next week due to a drop in wind speed. Centre chief and director-general of the Pollution Control Department (PCD) Atthapol Charoenchansa said that concentrations of fine particulate matter measuring 2.5 microns or less in...

    The Centre for Air Pollution Mitigation has warned of harmful levels of fine-particulate dust in Greater Bangkok and the northern region next week due to a drop in wind speed.

    Centre chief and director-general of the Pollution Control Department (PCD) Atthapol Charoenchansa said that concentrations of fine particulate matter measuring 2.5 microns or less in diameter (PM2.5) in all areas of the country were within the local “safe” threshold of 50 microgrammes per cubic meter of air on Saturday.

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    However, unsafe levels were expected in Greater Bangkok from 25th-26th January and 17 northern provinces from 25th-28th January because of stagnant air and low wind speed, said Mr Charoenchansa.

    He urged people in these areas to refrain from burning materials in open areas, avoid outdoor activities and wear protective masks.

    People can check air quality around the clock on Air4Thai.com and bangkokairquality.com.

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    23 January 23 2022
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  • Council Comes Under Fire Over University Entrance Exam Stance
    The Council of University Presidents of Thailand (CUPT) has drawn widespread criticism after declaring that students infected with COVID-19 at the time of their scheduled appointment cannot take this year’s university admission test, but will have to wait until next year at the earliest. The exam dates begin in March and the application period runs...

    The Council of University Presidents of Thailand (CUPT) has drawn widespread criticism after declaring that students infected with COVID-19 at the time of their scheduled appointment cannot take this year’s university admission test, but will have to wait until next year at the earliest.

    The exam dates begin in March and the application period runs from 21st January to 9th February. The issue has sparked a backlash on social media, with the hashtag campaign #banCUPT subsequently going viral on Twitter.

    It started when an administrator of the CUPT’s “Mytcas” Facebook page replied to an inquiry by stating that infected applicants will not be able to take the test, and that their examination date will be postponed until 2023 or later. The administrator also suggested they consider choosing alternative subjects to study at colleges that do not require test scores.

    Chalie Charoenlarpnopparut, the vice-rector for academic affairs at Thammasat University and manager of the Thai University Central Admission System, responded by saying the administrator was correct in issuing such comments.

    The CUPT said it has no measures in place for applicants who are found to have contracted COVID-19 at their scheduled examination date.

    Applicants with a high temperature must undergo a COVID-19 test using an antigen test kit. If the test returns negative, they will be taken to a specially arranged room. However, those who test positive will not be able to proceed with the exam.

    Arunee Kasayanond, deputy secretary-general of the Pheu Thai Party, called on the education minister, the CUPT and student union representatives to seek another way for infected students to sit the exam.

    22 January 22 2022
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  • Free Counselling For Foreign Retirees
    Thailand is stepping up its assistance for foreign retirees and their Thai spouses by providing free counselling on inheritance and other legal issues under international laws. This support is being carried out by the Office of International Peoples’ Rights Protection, which falls under the Office of the Attorney General (OAG). The kingdom has become a...

    Thailand is stepping up its assistance for foreign retirees and their Thai spouses by providing free counselling on inheritance and other legal issues under international laws.

    This support is being carried out by the Office of International Peoples’ Rights Protection, which falls under the Office of the Attorney General (OAG).

    The kingdom has become a popular destination for foreign retirees to spend the rest of their days, where they can enjoy its advanced healthcare system, low cost of living, good weather and culture.

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    In cases where the foreign retiree tends to marry a Thai spouse, they can face problems including inheritance issues when they divorce or if their spouse dies.

    To deal with such matters, Charkrawan Saengkhae, executive director of the aforementioned office, said the OAG is now providing a free counselling service.

    Apart from inheritance issues, they can consult about matters related to their children’s nationality, conscription for male offspring, and domestic violence.

    As a basic rule, Mr Saengkhae said all healthy males with Thai citizenship who reside in Thailand are required to report to a conscription officer when they reach age 20.

    “Most Thais don’t realise that our regulations prohibit children who are born in the kingdom from holding multiple citizenships. The Nationality Act states that when they turn 20, they must decide whether to keep their Thai citizenship or not,” Artra Khunthongjan of OAG said, adding foreign spouses are more likely to take their adopted children or stepchildren back to their home country before reaching this age.

    “Many foreigners have asked the Consular Affairs Department for help in numerous cases. We have also provided assistance in the event of deaths or road accidents, and also transferred cases to their country of origin,” Mr Khunthongjan added.

    Pol Capt Tippiroon Suwannakul of the OAG referred to a 2019 case when the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service asked the office to search for a tourist who had gone missing on Koh Samui, as his wife also had inheritance issues to deal with. The office asked a local court to grant her the rights she needed to resolve this, she said.

    “We don’t provide help to Thais who live in other countries, but we do for foreigners in Thailand in accordance with international human rights laws and related human rights conventions,” Pol Capt Suwannakul said.

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    22 January 22 2022
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  • Government Vows To Maintain Price Controls
    The government has pledged to cap the prices of diesel and cooking gas for as long as possible to stabilise the costs of consumer goods. Speaking after a joint meeting with Energy Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow, permanent secretary for energy Kulit Sombatsiri, and Wattanasak Sur-iam, director-general of the Internal Trade Department, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha ordered...

    The government has pledged to cap the prices of diesel and cooking gas for as long as possible to stabilise the costs of consumer goods.

    Speaking after a joint meeting with Energy Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow, permanent secretary for energy Kulit Sombatsiri, and Wattanasak Sur-iam, director-general of the Internal Trade Department, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha ordered related agencies yesterday to prepare advance management plans to cope with rising global oil prices.

    The premier also assigned them to find a balance in the supply of palm oil for food and energy, as well as enhance liquidity to stabilise the state Oil Fund if global oil prices continue to increase.

    According to Gen Chan-o-cha, the government vows to cap the diesel price at 30 baht per litre and cooking gas at 318 baht per 15-kilogramme cylinder until 31st March.

    “The government will keep on trying to seek budget to curb the price of diesel and cooking gas for as long as possible to alleviate the impact on the cost of living. The government is considering finding an additional budget to shore up the state Oil Fund used to subsidise retail diesel prices.”

    The Energy Ministry reported that as of 16th January, the state Oil Fund was 8.7 billion baht in the red.

    The National Energy Policy Council chaired by Gen Chan-o-cha approved on 5th November 2021, the Oil Fund borrowing 30 billion baht to subsidise retail diesel prices.

    The first batch of borrowing tallying 20 billion baht is scheduled for this month, with a second batch tallying 10 billion to be secured later should oil prices rise further.

    The borrowing is used to subsidise retail diesel prices, which are now capped at 30 baht per litre.

    Mr Punmeechaow said earlier the government expects the first batch of 20 billion baht to help cap diesel prices for a period of only four months.

    In a related development, Gen Prayut asked the Commerce Ministry to better manage prices of pork and other consumer goods, while promising the state will continue to implement measures to alleviate the cost of living, especially for low-income earners.

    “The government has a limited budget, so relief measures must be in line with the government’s fiscal and monetary framework,” he said.

    21 January 21 2022
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  • Tourism Operators Call For PCR Test Price Cuts
    Tourism operators want the government to reduce the cost of RT-PCR tests as all inbound travellers now must take two tests and book a hotel on the fifth day as part of new rules under the Test & Go scheme, effective from 1st February. “There’s no exception for Thais or expatriates. Even if you have...

    Tourism operators want the government to reduce the cost of RT-PCR tests as all inbound travellers now must take two tests and book a hotel on the fifth day as part of new rules under the Test & Go scheme, effective from 1st February.

    “There’s no exception for Thais or expatriates. Even if you have a permanent home here, people have to check-in at a hotel five days after arrival to take a second RT-PCR test and wait for a negative result before checking out,” said Yuthasak Supasorn, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) governor.

    The Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration reinstated Test & Go registration for every country from 1st February.

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    All participants in the scheme must pre-book two RT-PCR tests and two hotel rooms for arrival and the fifth day, which differs from previous rules that required a test upon arrival and only one night in a hotel.

    Mr Supasorn said fake check-ins are prohibited as SHA Plus hotel managers are required to monitor guest records and report back to the central system.

    Foreign tourists can choose a different hotel for the fifth day than the first night.

    Ratchaporn Poolsawadee, president of the Tourism Association of Koh Samui, said each RT-PCR test in Koh Samui costs 2,200 baht.

    The price should be slashed to 1,500 baht because the added cost will affect travel sentiment, particularly among younger tourists with budget concerns, he said.

    “When the viral situation is under control in 1-2 months, the government should relax the rule by requiring just one RT-PCR test and allowing an ATK for the second test,” said Mr Poolsawadee.

    Thanet Supornsahasrungsi, acting president of the Chon Buri Tourism Council, said the government has to control the price of RT-PCR tests at 1,300 baht, which is the same rate the authority helped to subsidise for second tests for Test & Go registrants before the programme was temporarily suspended.

    He said a RT-PCR test in Pattaya costs around 1,600 baht. If the country can offer cheaper travel-related costs, it might be able to lure more tourists, said Mr Supornsahasrungsi.

    Moreover, the back-end systems of tracking apps like MorChana and COSTE have to be fully synchronised to effectively alert tourists to take the second test, he said.

    A system for the two RT-PCR tests needs to be in place during the first stage of reopening before easing those measures when the outbreak subsides, said Marisa Sukosol Nunbhakdi, president of the Thai Hotels Association.

    However, the government should cover the cost of the second test for Thai returnees or foreign workers to ease their burden as they have to pay for an extra hotel room plus an additional test on day five, said Mrs Nunbhakdi.

    She said hotels hope to see gradual growth after the resumption of Test & Go next month.

    Assuming Test & Go resumes next month, TAT predicts in the first quarter Thailand will earn 26 billion baht from 338,645 international tourists.

    The agency projects 27 million domestic trips for the period, generating 137 billion baht based on a boost from the fourth phase of the hotel subsidy.

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