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Thai Chana has improved its mobile application, which will be more convenient for the public. It will prevent the fake QR codes, as it can scan only the codes generated from the Thai Chana website. The Android version is available in the Play Store, while the iOS version will be available this weekend. (29/05/2020)
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According to the Royal Office, the Grand Palace in Bangkok will be open again to the public from 4 June 2020, after having been closed since March because of the nationwide lockdown to reduce the spread of COVID-19. (29/05/2020)
According to the Prime Minister's statement about useful suggestions from various business associations on 26 May 2020, building "Team Thailand," which involves cooperation with both the government sector and private sector, will help the country move forward and maintain economic stability during this crisis. There are seven essential points that will make a positive difference. The Government is looking forward to working with the public and fighting COVID-19 together. (29/05/2020)
The Department of Disease Control is encouraging the public to keep wearing masks and continue good personal hygiene, including physical distancing, because there might be asymptomatic people in public places, who might accidentally spread the virus to others. The department is still continuing to do active finding test among people in risk groups to prevent a possible second wave of the spread of the disease. There is a report that, after the second phase of relaxed measures, the public is decreasing their efforts to protect themselves. So the medical sector is raising the public campaign for the new normal to keep people safe. (28/05/2020)
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The Department of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine revealed that every government hospital that normally provides Thai traditional medicine is ready for resuming its services as soon as the restrictions to contain the spread of COVID-19 are eased in Stage 3. The services include herbal medicine dispensation, traditional Thai massage, herbal massage, and postpartum care under the new normal guideline. However, herbal steam bath services and head & facial massage will not yet be included in the reopened services. (28/05/2020)
The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has encouraged the public to use Thai Chana because it helps the public to cope with the new way of life or new normal. Besides wearing a face mask, frequently washing hands, and keeping the physical distancing, Thai Chana is one of the keys that helps the health sector to track the risk infected people and reduce a possible second wave of the spread of COVID-19. (28/05/2020)
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The Ministry of Interior has launched the LINE account named "Prakas," which means announcement, and the "COVID Notice" website to provide people a convenient tool to get access to the information for each province about rules and restrictions during the COVID- 19 outbreak. (28/05/2020)
Eric Topol, a US physician-scientist, author, and editor, stated that five countries deserve recognition for their exceptional success in containing COVID-19. The five countries include New Zealand, Iceland, Taiwan, Vietnam, and Thailand. (28/05/2020)
As part of World No Tobacco Day Awards 2020, Dr. Daniel Kertesz, representative from the World Health Organization (WHO), has visited Thailand to congratulate and award the Office of the Consumer Protection Board (OCPB) on its mission to prevent illegal tobacco and nicotine use and to suppress the smuggling and sale of e-cigarettes and "baraku," or water pipes, for the last six years. The theme for this year is "Protecting youth from industry manipulation and preventing tobacco and nicotine use." (27/05/2020)
The Transport Co., Ltd., has announced it would halt its services to the South of Thailand after the Cabinet extended the Emergency Decree. All southern routes will be suspended from now until further notice. The Cabinet has agreed to extend the Emergency Decree, according to the suggestion of the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration, until 30 June 2020. For more information, please contact 1490, 24 hours, or see (27/05/2020)
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The National Security Council has revealed that the ad hoc committee tasked with considering the relaxation of lockdown restrictions will discuss the possibility of the third phase of the relaxed measures, including the reduction of curfew time to 24.00-04.00 hr or 23.00-03.00 hr, on 27 May 2020. (27/05/2020)
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The Cabinet has made a resolution on financial aid to alleviate the effects from the spread of COVID-19 for three fragile groups in need by paying 1,000 baht monthly to each person for three months. The total number of the three groups is 13 million people, which include (1) 1.4 million children from the age of 0 to 6 years in needy families, (2) 9.6 million elderly persons, and (3) 2 million handicapped persons. The budget that will be used for this aid is up to 39,000 million baht in total, and ready to be paid from July onwards. (27/05/2020)
The Cabinet has approved the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA)s proposal for an extension to the state of emergency for another month, from 1 to 30 June 2020. The need for an extension is to ensure the unified and speedy operations of all agencies concerned in the collective fight against the virus. (27/05/2020)
The Royal Irrigation Department disclosed that, because from 26 to 29 May, the weather forecast shows constant rain and strong rains in certain areas, especially in the Northeast, the East, and the western part of southern Thailand, agriculturists should collect water and begin planting in their areas with an adequate amount of water. However, the Thai Meteorological Department forecasts that, for this rainy season, a dry spell might occur from June to July. (26/05/2020)
French media has reported the story of a French family stranded on Ko Samui for months after their holiday was disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The family is impressed with Thai hospitality and the help they have received during their extended stay. They said they are very impressed with the hospitality and the special rates they received. Meanwhile, there are still some long-term international guests staying at Ammatara Pura resort, as they cant yet return to their countries, namely French tourists, Chinese tourists, U.S. tourists, and U.K. tourists. (26/05/2020)
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While many businesses are coming back, thanks to the relaxation of strict measures, the Department of Health, Ministry of Public Health, wants to spread knowledge to help the public be safe and prevent COVID-19 when the city is opened again. Five measures for being safe during relaxation of restrictions are as follows; clean areas frequently, wear masks, both service staff and customers, provide hand-washing counters or spots, keep physical distancing and limit the number of people in gatherings. (26/05/2020)
The Anti-Fake News Centre has warned people of fake Thai Chana applications on the Internet which actually carried malware to steal users personal information. The centre advised that the real Thai Chana domain names are or that people can use to check in and out of venues. (26/05/2020)
The National Library of Thailand has reopened on 22 May 2020. The public is required to screen the body temperature and scan the Thai Chana QR code to check in before entering the library. The Bangkok City Library also resumes its services from Tuesday to Sunday. Visitors are required to book for service one day before, screen the body temperature, and scan the Thai Chana QR code to check in. For more information, please contact the National Library of Thailand at 02 280 9828 to 32, or the Bangkok City Library at (26/05/2020)
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The Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health, has advised that the best way to prevent the spread of respiratory germs is to avoid contact with droplets or secretions of saliva, mucus, and tears.Transmission of respiratory diseases usually happens most in the rainy season and winter. Wearing a face mask and psychical distancing can help prevent transmission. (26/05/2020)
On 24 May, the assistant spokesperson for the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) revealed that no new coronavirus cases had been found. This makes the total cases in Thailand still at 3,040, with 2,921 recovered, 63 still hospitalized, and 56 deaths. The report also shows that most of the coronavirus cases are males, with an average age of 39 years, and most of the cases have been found in Bangkok and Nonthaburi. (25/05/2020)

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