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Thailand Post Distribution Co., Ltd., has joined with the Prompt Song application to buy supplies at a market for restaurants via the online system, which is another option for vendors during the COVID-19 situation. The delivery service through online ordering is another service operated by Thailand Post via the e-Marketplace Platform in the form of the Prompt Song app. Thailand Post will pick up products from the manufacturer or distributor and store them at a temperature-controlled warehouse. The area is organized by a modern system. The vehicle tracking system is managed using a bar code to ensure that the products are delivered to the services users on time. The service is being piloted in Bangkok and its vicinity. (15/02/2021)
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The Prime Minister has ordered officials to take tough action in solving the countrys rubbish problem. According to the Deputy Government Spokesperson, the Prime Minister voiced his concerns after being briefed by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE) about the degradation of marine resources and coastal ecology, and he issued a guideline to create a balance between tourism and the maintenance of coastal resources. (15/02/2021)
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The CCSA meeting will recommence again next Monday on 15th February and there will be no daily COVID-19 briefing on Friday and the coming weekend. The CCSA wished all listeners Happy Chinese New Year, Happy Valentines Day and a happy weekend with their loved ones. (11/02/2021)
The CCSA thanked the general public for practicing DMHTT and continued to encourage the use of applications ThaiChana and MorChana side by side to accelerate contact tracing by health officials as well as reducing their exposure to the virus. Differences and similarities of the two applications were summarised for greater clarity to the general public. (11/02/2021)
According to the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), 139 of 155 national parks nationwide are now reopened to visitors, while 16 parks remain closed until further notice. This is in line with the latest COVID-19 control measures in the respective provinces, following the Royal Thai Governments announcement on easing of the COVID-19 control measures in most areas nationwide as of 1 February 2021. (11/02/2021)
Deputy Prime Minister Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan, on behalf of the president of the National Informal Workers Management Committee and the National Workforce Development and Skills Training Committee, has requested the Ministry of Labor to promote employment and skills development among informal workers, who are key contributors to the economy, despite being paid less than most other workers and being uninsured. The latest information on the number of workers in the country reveals that 20.4 million out of the total 37.9 million employed persons are non-system workers who receive less protection and welfare in terms of health and security than in-system workers, with many of them underpaid and not insured with Social Security. The committees have agreed to assign the Ministry of Labor and related agencies to start the process of aid campaigns and compensation for non- system workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, in accordance with the demands received. (11/02/2021)
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The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has explained four causes of COVID-19 infection: (1) being with a family member who is infected, (2) talking to a carrier for more than 5 minutes, (3) being coughed on or sneezed on by a carrier, and (4) staying in a closed space with a carrier for more than 5 minutes. Therefore, we must still strictly follow the basic preventive measures: social distancing, wearing masks, and washing hands. (11/02/2021)
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Mr. Yang Xin, Charge d'Affaires of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China to Thailand, paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister to give him blessings on the occasion of the 2021 Chinese New Year. The Prime Minister conveyed his best wishes to President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Li Keqiang, as well as members of the Chinese Government, Chinese people, and Thai people of Chinese descent on this auspicious occasion. Thailand-China relations will remain dynamic, with cooperation being unceasingly forged. Both parties were pleased with the economic cooperation between the two countries, particularly e-commerce, EEC, Thailand 4.0, and the Bio-Circular-Green Economy (BCG) Model. (11/02/2021)
As the 2021 Chinese New Year is coming up, the Prime Minister has ordered concerned agencies to control prices of goods during the season, and to prevent any profiteering. The shops and stores must clearly display prices. Failure to do so will be subject to legal penalty. Additionally, online shopping is becoming more popular nowadays, the Prime Minister also instructed concerned agencies to monitor all platforms of online sales to prevent consumers from being taken advantage of and scammed. If any offense is found, the public can notify the Office of the Consumer Protection Board via Hotline 1166. (11/02/2021)
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This Chinese New Year, connect with your family, friends, and loved ones online.While staying physically apart, let family and friends know that you love them over the telephone or a video call. (10/02/2021)
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Healthy life with clean food 1) Wash your hands before handling food and often during food preparation; 2) Wash and sanitize all surfaces and equipment used for food preparation; 3) Use separate equipment and utensils, such as knives and cutting boards for handling raw food; 4) Cook food up to 70 degrees Celsius (10/02/2021)
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The Food and Drug Administration revealed that Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine is requesting emergency use authorization in Thailand. So far, there are three companies that have requested the authorization: (1) AstraZeneca, which is already approved; (2) Sinovac, which is in the process of requesting; and (3) Johnson & Johnson, which is in the process of requesting. The emergency use authorization in the Kingdom has a period of use for one year, and the side effects after use must be followed up to evaluate its safety. (10/02/2021)
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The Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has suggested that the public check their mental health via an online platform (in the Thai language) or dial directly to a mental health hotline -- 1323 -- to help manage their levels of stress during the pandemic. Since the spread of COVID-19, taking care of the mind is also essential for strengthening self- immunity. This is described as a type of "self-vaccine" for reducing worries, and it is its own form of healthiness. In addition, the public is suggested to keep practicing "DMHTT" (Distancing, Mask-wearing, Hand-washing, Testing (temperature check), and ThaiChana application use). (09/02/2021)
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed Thailand's ranking on the world stage by considering the world rankings in 2019-2022. In the field of public health, Thailand has been in the world top 10 in three health topics: (1) number 1 as the country that has recovered from and responded to the COVID-19 outbreak, and it had the best rating from the Global COVID-19 Index (GCI), by PEMANDU; (2) number 6 for health security in 2019, by Johns Hopkins University; and (3) eighth place for the best public health system in 2021, by Numbeo Survey. (09/02/2021)
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His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua and Her Majesty Queen Suthida Bajrasudhabimalalakshana graciously granted seven biosafety mobile COVID-19 testing units, for collecting samples, to the Ministry of Public Health on 2 February 2021. The testing units are helping the authorities do active finding test and find the infected persons faster. These mobile units have played a vital role in active case finding in Samut Sakhonand other provinces to tackle the new wave of COVID-19. So far, His Majesty the King has donated over 26 million baht to build 20 mobile units, one express results van, and two X-ray mobile units, which are under construction. (08/02/2021)
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The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) revealed on 4 February 2021 that the Ministry of Public Health is now aiming to do more active case finding in Bangkok, especially the districts that are near Samut Sakhon and those that have many factories, after they have done the tests in Samut Sakhon and successfully controlled the spread of COVID-19 in the province. So far, the five districts in Bangkok that have the highest reports of infections are Bang Khun Thian, Phasi Charoen, Chom Thong, Bang Khae, and Bangphlat. (05/02/2021)
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The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has reported the results of active case finding in establishments in Bangkok at the daily briefing on 4 February 2021. They found 46 infected persons from randomly testing the employees, including the communities nearby, in 84 factories from six districts. The districts that have the highest reports of infections are Phasi Charoen, followed by Bang Bon and Bang Khun Thian. The Ministry of Public Health is continuing to do more active case finding in Bangkok to cope with the spread of COVID-19. (05/02/2021)
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With regard to the cancelation of Chinese New Year celebrations in Yaowarat next week, the Bangkok Governor stated that he did not want to put the residents at risk, because the dangers from the COVID-19 pandemic in Bangkok still remain; therefore, it is important to cancel the celebrations for the public safety. (05/02/2021)
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Thailand has received international admiration for organizing an international badminton competition in the format of Organizational Quarantine between 4 and 31 January 2021. Thailand used the bubble and seal methods to supervise the participants and ensure that they had limited travel in a specific area. The competition was successful, with no spreading of the COVID-19 virus. There were 832 athletes from 23 countries participating during the competition. Ten infected people were found; four of them had to be taken out of the competition, and six were found to have old infections, so they could continue in the event. In addition, the CCSA would like to thank all relevant agencies for cooperating in organizing this competition successfully. (04/02/2021)
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Since the COVID-19 pandemic in Thailand is still in a serious state, the search for infected person is necessary because we need to inhibit the spread of COVID-19, especially in labor communities and other high-risk areas. His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua (King Rama X) realized how important healthcare is to Thai people and has bestowed his patronage on finding a mobile lab that can be used as an express results van, which can get COVID test results in three hours. HM the King gave a royal initiative to the Faculty of Engineering of Chulalongkorn University and its team of experts to build the mobile lab vans to enable medical staff to get quick results of lab tests and to solve the problem of transportation and accessibility. About 80,000 cases have been handled by the 13 royal mobile lab vans. The project, which is certified by the Department of Medical Sciences in the Ministry of Public Health, aim to get 20 vans in total and send them to all 12 Public Health Regional Offices around Thailand, including Bangkok, to do their job to proactively search for infected people. (04/02/2021)
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