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The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand now requires all air passengers, Thai and foreign, to show Covid-19-free health certificates and Covid-19 insurance before boarding their flights to Thailand. CAAT governor Chula Sukmanop announced the condition, and other requirements, on Wednesday as part of government efforts to contain novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19).   He said arriving passengers who visited China, Hong Kong, Iran, Italy, Macao or South Korea in the past 14 days will be quarantined.

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52 minutes ago, lonelyglobe said:

Just wondering at time like this,  are there still sporean planning to go bkk?

And those who are there need to come back by today to avoid the 14 days stay at home order in SG. 

We are being asked not to travel now so we won't get more imported cases.

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1 hour ago, thickhead79 said:

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand now requires all air passengers, Thai and foreign, to show Covid-19-free health certificates and Covid-19 insurance before boarding their flights to Thailand. CAAT governor Chula Sukmanop announced the condition, and other requirements, on Wednesday as part of government efforts to contain novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19).   He said arriving passengers who visited China, Hong Kong, Iran, Italy, Macao or South Korea in the past 14 days will be quarantined.

Where to get Covid-19-free health certificates and Covid-19 insurance here? 

Got such thing meh? 

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BANGKOK: Thailand recorded 60 new coronavirus cases in the biggest daily jump in the number of cases so far to take its total infections to 272, a health official said on Thursday (Mar 19).

Thursday's cases fall into two groups, the first consists of 43 cases linked to earlier cases, while the second group involves 17 new patients including arrivals from countries such as Italy, Malaysia, Japan, Iran and Taiwan, Suwannachai Wattanayingcharoenchai, director-general of Department of Disease Control at the Ministry of Health, told a news conference.

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The government will extend the requirement of medical certificates and health insurance to cover all visitors to the country regardless of nationalities to curb the spread of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Thursday.

Thailand reported 60 new coronavirus cases, the biggest daily jump in the number of cases so far to take its total infections to 272, the Public Health Ministry said on Thursday.

Travellers to Thailand have to now show authorities a health certificate, issued no more than 72 hours before travelling, confirming that they have been tested and are free from the virus. They must also present an insurance policy showing minimum coverage for coronavirus of not less than US$100,000.

This measure was previously a requirement for places the government classified as "disease infected zones" — China, South Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, Italy and Iran.

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The government reported 50 new coronavirus infections on Friday, taking the tally to 322, with the majority in Bangkok.

One group of 41 new cases is linked to earlier infections, while another, of nine, centres on overseas arrivals and contact with foreigners, Suwannachai Wattanayingcharoenchai, director-general of the disease control department, told a news conference.

Thailand has reported one death from Covid-19, with 43 patients having recovered and gone home, while 278 are still in hospital.

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The government is campaigning for people to stay at home to help reduce the spread of Covid-19.

Government spokesperson Narumon Pinyosinwat said on Friday Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has asked for cooperation, especially from those living in Bangkok and adjacent provinces, to refrain from going out.

As for calls by some people for lockdowns, the spokesperson said measures must be prepared well before time, and those people who earn daily incomes must also be considered.

"The prime minister has asked people to stay home. In this period, we would like Thai people to stay at home. Before we make the order, we are now asking for cooperation. After this, the situation will be evaluated if we don't receive cooperation," she said adding that there are options to consider such as what times or how many hours people could be barred from going out.

The doctors said that, using mathematical model calculations, maintaining the current measures would see up to 351,948 Covid-19 patients in Thailand while more than 52,000 would be hospitalised with over 17,000 in intensive care and 7,000 deaths.

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BANGKOK: Confusion over Thailand's new coronavirus curbs left travellers scrambling on Friday (Mar 20) as Thai citizens queued at embassies abroad to get special travel papers and foreigners faced the challenge of producing a negative test for the disease.
Testing kits are limited in most countries, especially to people who appear healthy - meaning the Thai rules amount to a de facto ban on all foreigners.

The Thai version of the CAAT order said foreign passengers needed a certificate showing "a test confirming they did not have the COVID-19" while the English version said the document need only say passengers “pose no risk of being infected”.
By Friday afternoon, both the aviation authority and the health ministry confirmed that a negative test was needed for foreign travellers.

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Just seen CNA's in conversation with Thailand's Health Minister.  Omg, the minister is in self denial.. He boasted the numbers infected are low due to their measures.. When questioned that the numbers may be under reported,  he defended he was not accountable for the numbers cos the counting was not done by him!!! The doctors did the counting and Thailand is no.6 in providing health care services to its people.  WTH !! Hope the situation in Thailand will not escalate due to its incompetent government!

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Thai AirAsia will suspend all international flights from Sunday to April 25 in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak. Domestic flights still operate normally, the airline announced on Saturday.  Affected passengers may ask for a full refund or reschedule their flights on the same route within 180 days from the original flight time without additional costs, subjected to seat availability, the budget airline wrote.

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Thailand reported 188 new coronavirus infections on Sunday, its largest daily increase, taking the total to 599 cases, a senior Public Health Ministry official said. The majority of the new infections are connected to a previous cluster of cases from Lumpini boxing stadium, ministry spokesman Taweesin Wisanuyothin told a news conference adding one patient had recovered. "Most of the new cases were found in Bangkok and were among young people who continue to have social activities, which can lead to more infections," Dr Taweesin said urging the public to stay home. There has been one death in Thailand. 

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BANGKOK: Thailand reported its second coronavirus death on Tuesday (Mar 24), a health ministry official said.

The country has confirmed 721 cases of infection.


The ministry will hold a news conference at 10am local time (0300 GMT) to give more details and update the outbreak situation.

Later on Tuesday, the Cabinet will consider additional measures to help those affected by the outbreak.

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Thailand reported three additional deaths from Covid-19 on Tuesday, bringing the total to four, a heath ministry official said.

The country reported 106 new infections, bringing the total to 827. 

The cabinet was to meet to discuss additional measures to cope with the coronavirus pandemic later on Tuesday.

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Thailand reported three additional deaths from Covid-19 on Tuesday, bringing the total to four, a heath ministry official said.

The country reported 106 new infections, bringing the total to 827. 

The cabinet was to meet to discuss additional measures to cope with the coronavirus pandemic later on Tuesday.

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Gen Prayut said new requirements to control the disease would be enforced and a committee would be formed to work them out on a daily basis.

"Requirements will be announced the day after tomorrow. They will be issued on an ongoing basis to reduce the epidemic. Some will be requests for cooperation and others will be compulsory," the prime minister said.

"Do not return to your home provinces, or you will face penalties. There will be checkpoints along the way. Please do home quarantine (at your current location). Quarantine facilities will be opened locally and also by the government." Gen Prayut said. Various places would subsequently be closed, he added.

 "Many people have been infected. There must be field hospitals and large-scale quarantine areas," the prime minister said.

"If the situation does not improve, there will be a total lockdown," Gen Prayut said.

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All foreigners will be banned from entering the country under the emergency decree being invoked to combat at the coronavirus pandemic. The emergency decree comes into effect at midnight on Wednesday, and remains in force through April 30. The decree bans all foreigners from entry at all entry points - the exceptions being shippers, diplomats, drivers, pilots and others permitted by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha.

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The Public Health Ministry on Wednesday reported 107 new local cases of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19), raising the total to 934 with deaths unchanged at four, blaming the spread mainly on partygoers.

Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin, spokesman of the ministry, said the new cases were divided into three groups.

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The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has approved airlines' decisions to scale back flights or stop flying altogether due to the Covid-19 outbreak, but told carriers to compensate customers.

Chula Sukmanop, CAAT director-general, said the approval was given after the authority met Thai carriers on Tuesday, namely Thai Airways International (THAI), Bangkok Airways, Thai AirAsia, Thai AirAsia X, Thai Lion Air, Nok Air, Nok Scoot and Thai Vietjet Air.

The airlines said the outbreak was responsible for a steep plunge in passenger numbers nationwide. Mr Chula said the CAAT had predicted at the start that a pandemic would bring tremendous losses to the airline industry. Back then, the agency estimated that almost 10,000 flights around the country would be suspended, leaving a void of more than 3 million passengers in the first quarter.

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Thailand has banned the entry of foreigners and the government may impose a 24-hour curfew as its next step to tackle the spread of Covid-19 under the Emergency Decree which goes into effect on Thursday.

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha announced on Wednesday the country would be under a state of emergency as of Thursday until April 30, as Thailand reaches a turning point in its battle with Covid-19 transmissions.

The armed forces will set up checkpoints across the country under the Emergency Decree and 16 first-level instructions have been issued following the prime minister's national address. A curfew is not imposed at this level.


However, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam, who oversees legal affairs, said a curfew might be imposed later if considered necessary.

"If a curfew is imposed, it will be without warning, so people will panic and buy up food and basic necessities," he said. He added that if the government does go ahead with imposing a curfew to curb the spread of Covid-19, the order will be different from previous curfews which were only imposed at night to maintain peace and order.

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6 minutes ago, Darius said:

Hello, I used to go bangkok to buy their 3-in-1 thai instant coffee but now of course, no longer can go and my 6 month supply is running low.  Does anyone got lobang in bangkok wo can buy from me and ship it over?  I will pay for the shipping.  thanks thanks.

what is 3 in 1 instant coffee? hahaha 

 

what so good

 

7 11 got sell?

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BANGKOK: Thailand reported 111 new coronavirus infections, taking its tally to 1,045, the government said on Twitter on Thursday (Mar 26).

A state of emergency took effect. Authorities in Thailand, which has suffered four deaths in the pandemic, set up checkpoints on major roads linking provinces so as to increase screening in a bid to limit spread of the virus.

Entry by non-resident foreigners has also been banned.

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1 hour ago, thickhead79 said:

ok i try 

 

but no promise

This buddy dean brand has many variety on the shelf. The one I always buy is 3-in-1 Thai Coffee. At the paragon gourmet market, it is stocked in the most bottom shelf. Anyone can help me buy and ship over 10 packs? Each pack 25 3-in-1 inside. 

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(柏林讯)泰国冠状病毒疫情蔓延之际,泰王哇集拉隆功却留在德国,德国传媒揭发他“包起”巴伐利亚阿尔卑斯山脉的四星级水疗酒店,让妃嫔等入住。

德国《图片报》等德媒报道,哇集拉隆功的侍从包括他20位妃嫔,获安排入住度假小镇加米施帕滕基兴的圣内比迟(Sonnenbichl)大酒店,但不知他本人有否入住,因据知他在施塔恩贝格湖附近另有乡村俱乐部。

巴伐利亚为抗疫,之前已下令所有酒店停业,地方议会却“特准”圣内比迟大酒店接待哇集拉隆功的侍从。地方当局称该酒店获豁免,是因为宾客多日来都是同一群人。

 

尽管该地区采取了多项防疫措施,例如宵禁,但仍有人发现哇集拉隆功和几名女子踏出酒店,在外面骑脚踏车。另有报道说,泰王用飞机把119名侍从送回曼谷,因为他怀疑这些人罹患冠病。

据悉,泰王的第四任妻子,王后素提达大部分时间都待在瑞士的豪华酒店。

Where is the king when the people needs him? 

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32 minutes ago, lonelyglobe said:

(柏林讯)泰国冠状病毒疫情蔓延之际,泰王哇集拉隆功却留在德国,德国传媒揭发他“包起”巴伐利亚阿尔卑斯山脉的四星级水疗酒店,让妃嫔等入住。

德国《图片报》等德媒报道,哇集拉隆功的侍从包括他20位妃嫔,获安排入住度假小镇加米施帕滕基兴的圣内比迟(Sonnenbichl)大酒店,但不知他本人有否入住,因据知他在施塔恩贝格湖附近另有乡村俱乐部。

巴伐利亚为抗疫,之前已下令所有酒店停业,地方议会却“特准”圣内比迟大酒店接待哇集拉隆功的侍从。地方当局称该酒店获豁免,是因为宾客多日来都是同一群人。

 

尽管该地区采取了多项防疫措施,例如宵禁,但仍有人发现哇集拉隆功和几名女子踏出酒店,在外面骑脚踏车。另有报道说,泰王用飞机把119名侍从送回曼谷,因为他怀疑这些人罹患冠病。

据悉,泰王的第四任妻子,王后素提达大部分时间都待在瑞士的豪华酒店。

Where is the king when the people needs him? 

warn u 

 

u could be jail as u trying to insult the King

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Thailand's total number of Covid-19 cases on Saturday (March 28) surged to 1,245 with 109 new cases confirmed over a 24-hour period while one person died, according to the Covid-19 situation management centre spokesman Dr Taweesilp Visanuyothin.
 

The death of another patient raised the number of fatalities from the virus to six.

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4 minutes ago, thickhead79 said:
Thailand's total number of Covid-19 cases on Saturday (March 28) surged to 1,245 with 109 new cases confirmed over a 24-hour period while one person died, according to the Covid-19 situation management centre spokesman Dr Taweesilp Visanuyothin.
 

The death of another patient raised the number of fatalities from the virus to six.

has they made it official that all parties or celebration like Songkran to be prohibited? they must have given that a good thought-through, definitely

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