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Deputy Prime Minister Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan has chaired a meeting on the progress of three smart city models in Thailand. He urged the committee to push forward the development of smart cities, while adopting the "new normal" lifestyles to be in accordance with the Thailand 4.0 model and the 20-year national strategy. (14/05/2020)
Anutin Charnvirakul, Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Public Health, has praised Chiang Mai province for the ability of its health system to take care of COVID-19 patients. The integrated system links the screening for the infected people, healing, and sending people back to their residence, and it has back-up hospitals in case the main hospital is full. (14/05/2020)
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The Ministry of Education has launched the online learning platform Digital Education Excellence Platform Deep by MOE in order to develop remote learning systems in Thailand. The platform will collaboration with G Suite and Microsoft Teams to develop online tools for studying. This project also plans to develop a future School Management System, learning schedule management, and test and assessment systems for both teachers and students. (14/05/2020)
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to remind passengers to check on rules and regulations required by both the airports and airlines before travelling. The measures may range from body temperature screening upon arrival at the airport. Any passengers with a body temperature over 37.3 degrees Celsius will be rejected from entering the airport areas or boarding the aircraft. Passengers are required to wear face masks and keep a distance of at least one metre from other people, as well as follow the advice of the officers and should arrive at the airport well in advance for the convenience and safety of everyone. At final destinations, arriving passengers may be required to fill out the T.8 form, providing their personal information and notify their whereabouts for 14 days from the arrival date. (14/05/2020)
The Department of Airports (DOA), which operates 22 provincial airports across Thailand, is reiterating via its Facebook Page:DepartmentOfAirportsthat 14 of its airports are in operations while either others remain close for this month. For the period of 1-31 May, 2020, four airlines Nok Air, Thai AirAsia, Thai Lion Air and Thai Vietjet Air have resumed domestic flight operations to DOAs airports in Buri Ram, Khon Kaen, Krabi, Lampang, Nakhon Phanom, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Phitsanulok, Roi Et, Sakon Nakhon, Surat Thani, Taks Mae Sot, Trang, Ubon Ratchathani, and Udon Thani. (14/05/2020)
The Ministry of Public Health has recommended four safety health tips 3 Wash, 2 Avoid, 3 Reduce, and 3 Stop. -- to encourage the public to practice the "new normal" life and prevent the spread of COVID-19. For more information, please contact the Department of Disease Control (DDC) via its hotline 1422. (13/05/2020)
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has announced the resumption of train service on 15 May, after it temporarily suspended some routes because of the spread of COVID-19. The routes that will be resumed are (1) northern route: Bangkok - Chiang Mai - Bangkok, (2) southern route: Bangkok - Hat Yai - Bangkok, (3) eastern route: Bangkok - Nong Khai - Bangkok, and Bangkok - Ubon Ratchathani - Bangkok. The service will start at 05.00 hr, 15 May 2020 and the return train from the destination province will start at 06.00 hr, 16 May 2020. For more information, please contact the SRT hotline 1690. (13/05/2020)
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Thais are stepping up to help those who are out of work and struggling to put food on the table during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, starting community pantries in Bangkok and in other locations around the country.Community pantries were found in 43 provinces on Monday, a surge from 21 on Sunday. Monks, police, and soldiers have joined ordinary people in setting up pantries in their locations. (13/05/2020)
Airports of Thailand (AOT) has advised passengers who wish to travel to other provinces to check the destination province's latest announcements and orders before they travel, and they must follow the instructions of the province. For more information, please contact the AOT hotline at 1722. (13/05/2020)
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ThaiHealth has published guidelines for the easing of lockdown measures without causing a spike in the number of new cases. These guidelines are focused on small restaurants and hawker food stalls, small hairdressing shops and beauty salons, motorcycle taxis, and public transport vehicles, all of which are considered places at risk of virus transmission. The guidelines tell both operators and customers what to do to reduce their risk. It is now available online on the web site www.thaihealth.or.th. (12/05/2020)
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A Labor Ministry announcement published in the Royal Gazette website said company owners are prohibited from shutting down their business while the emergency decree is in force. The announcement that is effective from May 8 also ordered those owners who had closed their business before the announcement was published, to reopen their business. (12/05/2020)
According to a survey by the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), out of 18,000 places checked during the first relaxation of measures, it was found that only 30.49% of them had incomplete participation, such as not cleaning surfaces enough or not wearing masks in restaurants and beauty salons, and other faults. Regarding the second period of the relaxation of measures, the CCSA will inform the public officially by 15 May 2020. (12/05/2020)
Airports of Thailand (AOT) has announced that passengers are allowed to bring alcohol gel on the planes. They may carry the gel sanitizer in containers up to 350 milliliters each, but other liquid types, for example, shampoo, liquid soap, or perfume, must in the travel-size container that is not over 100 ml. The total of carry-on liquids must not over 1,000 ml, or 1 liter. All containers must be closed and clearly show their net weight. Passengers are required to separate all liquid containers from their bags and put them in the tray before passing the X-ray machine. (12/05/2020)
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The Ministry of Public Health joins hands with the Food and Drug Administration, Department of Medical Sciences, Government Pharmaceutical Organization, and Thailand Textile Institute to produced PPE suits (reusable isolation gowns), which can be reused up to 20 times. The suits will be distributed to hospitals nationwide. (12/05/2020)
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Personal protective equipment (PPE) in the new model Rao Su (We are fighting together) is an innovation that grew from cooperation between Thailands government and private sectors. This protective equipment has three special characteristics: 1) The fabric is waterproof at level two and ventilated; 2) It has a high standard of seams and stitching; 3) It can be sterilized for reuse twenty times. Production of PPE in Thailand can reduce the cost of import about 10 billion baht. (12/05/2020)
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The Ministry of Public Health joins hands with the Food and Drug Administration, Department of Medical Sciences, Government Pharmaceutical Organization, and Thailand Textile Institute to produced PPE suits (reusable isolation gowns), which can be reused up to 20 times. The suits will be distributed to hospitals nationwide. (11/05/2020)
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Active testing is being implemented for six groups of people, namely medical personnel, people in detention centers, postal and logistics personnel, migrant workers, public transport drivers, and people who work in the entertainment industry. (09/05/2020)
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The Ministry of Transport has suspended some routes of bus and train services to avoid mass travel to other provinces and to reduce the spread of the virus. For more information about the available routes, please contact the Ministry of Transport hotline at 1356. (09/05/2020)
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Cross-province travelers are required to fill out the travel form providing a reason to enter or pass through the province. The Department of Rail Transport has issued restrictive measures for long-distance traveling across provinces by trains in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19.Travelers may download the travel form to certify their need to travel athttps://bit.ly/3cd8uhgor may request a form at the ticket office at the train station. (08/05/2020)
The Department of Mental Health has advice for how to manage your stress during the COVID-19 pandemic: 1) Share your feelings with family and friends, or you might find support groups online to connect with. 2) Eat healthy foods, and get exercise and good-quality sleep. 3) If you feel extremely stressed, try to find psychiatric help. 4) Follow information from reliable resources. 5) Excessive consumption of news on the COVID-19 pandemic must be avoided. (08/05/2020)
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