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According to the impacts of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has launched Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration: SHA project aiming to improve the countrys tourism industry standards and recover tourism sector among both international and domestic tourists. (20/05/2020)
After the relaxation on measures, several businesses are back on track. The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) and Ministry of Public Health have updated their information about tracking those businesses. There are suggestions for six types of business and notices for not letting our guard down and overcoming this challenging outbreak together. (20/05/2020)
The Meteorological Department has warned people against the dangers of heavy rain and strong waves in the Andaman Sea from 19 to 20 May, stating that the depression in the middle of the Bay of Bengal has become cyclone "Amber" and is likely to move into the upper Bay of Bengal. (19/05/2020)
The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives (MOAC) revealed that the spread of COVID-19 has changed the behavior of numerous consumers to a new normal, as they turned to purchase more goods online. Agriculturists have therefore adapted the online marketing knowledge promoted by MOAC to sell their products and expand their customer clusters efficiently. The results show that the total value of agricultural products sold online was up to 45,995,200 baht in March, increasing from 36,366,400 baht, or 26 percent higher than the sales of February. Furthermore, 57 percent of all agricultural clusters have had higher monthly product sales. (19/05/2020)
The second phase of relaxation measures is in effect from 17 May 2020. A number of businesses and activities are allowed to reopen again withstrict disease control measures to prevent a second wave of the outbreak. The Government has suggested that the public practice the "new normal" when using the services of any establishment.We won't let our guard down, and we'll fight this outbreak together. (19/05/2020)
The Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) has adjusted its service plan after the lockdown easing. It expects the number of passengers to increase by approximately 100,000 people a day, and BMTA will increase the number of buses to 2,855 per day, up 5 per cent from the current 2,705 buses. (19/05/2020)
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The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has revealed the five highest risk factors in Thailand that led to infections in the past two weeks: (1) from detention centers, (2) from actively finding cases, (3) from close contact with infected people, (4) from people on repatriation flights and in state quarantine centers, and (5) from people who visited congested places. (18/05/2020)
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The Meteorological Department has announced that Thailand officially entered the rainy season on 18 May. It is expected to have more rain than last year, as well as a chance of storms. There will be heavy rain and storms in August and September, so the public is warned about flash floods. (18/05/2020)
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The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives has kicked off the fruits caravan project aiming to export local fruits to customers in both domestic and international areas. The caravans have distributed and sold more than 32.5 tons of local fruits in the East of Thailand. This project also helps farmers who are affected from COVID-19 and leverages fruits products in supply chain management. (18/05/2020)
In a regulation signed by Prime Minster General Prayut Chan-o-cha on 15 May 2020, curfew time across the Kingdom will be shortened by one hour, as part of the Government's second phase of relaxation measures. The regulation, to be in effect from 17 May 2020, prohibits any person throughout the Kingdom to leave their dwelling places from 23.00 to 04.00 hr of the following day. (18/05/2020)
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has announced the resumption of train services on 18 May. Passengers on inter-provincial trains are required to provide personal information to allow officials to keep track of them for medical checks. For more information, please contact the SRT hotline 1690 (24 hours) or follow the Facebook Page: Public Relations and Tourism Service Center, SRT (18/05/2020)
Preparing yourself before getting on buses, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Social distancing measures are applied on all buses and at every station, with specific points for standing and sitting assigned at one meters distance. Fever screening of passengers is applied at every bus station, and passengers with a body temperature higher than 37.5 degrees Celsius will be denied permission to board the bus. Passengers are required to wear a surgical or cloth mask throughout the journey, and those on inter-provincial travel are required to provide personal information to allow officials to keep track of them for medical checks. (18/05/2020)
The Transport Co., Ltd., has announced the resumption of inter-provincial bus services on the northern, northeastern, and eastern routes from 18 May, after more than a month of suspension due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak. For more information, please contact the Transport Co. call center 1490 (24 hours), or visit the website www.transport.co.th, or follow the Facebook page: borkorsor99. (18/05/2020)
The Department of Airports, Ministry of Transport, would like to remind passengers to check on the rules and regulations required by both the airports and airlines before travelling. 1) Must wear a face mask all the time while in the airport; 2) Must check their body temperature, not over 37.3 C; 3) Should keep a distance of two meters from other people or follow the floor marks and airport signs; 4) Have to complete the traveling form at the airport; 5) Should strictly follow the advice of the officers. (15/05/2020)
The Department of Health, Ministry of Public Health, has five safety suggestions for working out in a park to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 1) If you have a fever, you should not go to a park. 2) Keep a distance of two meters from other people. 3) Avoid gathering after workouts. 4) Wear a face mask all the time, except when exercising. 5) Please follow the rules of the park. (15/05/2020)
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The Ministry of Tourism and Sports plans to stimulate the tourism industry by repairing tourist attractions and creating new attractions. The new attractions will be focused on community tourism, in order to distribute more income to the locals. The ministry expects that foreign tourists will come back to Thailand in the last quarter of the year, so it should have screening measures to support them. (15/05/2020)
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The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society has revealed the details of "Thai Chana," an application to facilitate safety for both customers and establishments during the spread of COVID-19. The establishments have to register on the website to acquire a QR code and put it in front of the shop. Customers can check in by scanning the QR code. The ministry has promised that the information that is input into the app is confidential and will not violate people's privacy rights, as it will be used for the disease control purpose only. The app will be open for registration from 15 May onward. (15/05/2020)
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The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission's (NBTC) board has approved the sequencing of 17 new digital TV channels No.37-53 for education. These channels are projected to begin broadcasting on a temporary basis from July 1 to serve as alternatives to promote youth education and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. (15/05/2020)
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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