Thailand under curfew starting Friday night: Prayuth

Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha this evening announced that an overnight curfew would be imposed starting tomorrow. Saying it was necessary to combat spread of the coronavirus, Gen. Prayuth in an address to the nation said no one would be allowed to leave their residences from 10pm to 4am. “We must not be reckless. We must ...

Prayuth expected to announce nationwide curfew

Prayuth expected to announce nationwide curfew

Speculations is mounting that Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha this afternoon will address the nation to announce a curfew for all of Thailand to combat the COVID-19 outbreak. ...

100+ DSI officers quarantined after 1 tests positive for COVID-19 at HQ

100+ DSI officers quarantined after 1 tests positive for COVID-19 at HQ

Thailand’s premier investigative agency ordered more than 100 of its officers into isolation for two weeks after an officer working at its headquarters was confirmed to be sick...

Wear a face mask in Samut Sakhon or pay a hefty fine

Wear a face mask in Samut Sakhon or pay a hefty fine

Sakon Nakhon has banned booze sales, Nonthaburi imposed a curfew and Bangkok ordered stores closed after midnight.  Now the coastal province of Samut Sakhon has become the first...

Body of man found dead on Thai train tests positive for COVID-19

Body of man found dead on Thai train tests positive for COVID-19

A 57-year-old Thai man found dead on a train that left Bangkok bound for the Deep South posthumously tested positive today for COVID-19. Forensic results on Wednesday found that...

Bangkok imposes curfew for stores, says it’s not a curfew

Bangkok imposes curfew for stores, says it’s not a curfew

All stores in Bangkok must shut at midnight starting tonight, City Hall ordered Wednesday afternoon, while insisting that it was “not a curfew.” Bangkok Gov. Aswin Kwanmuang...

10GB of free mobile data available starting next week

10GB of free mobile data available starting next week

The national broadcasting regulator announced today that it will give away mobile broadband access to encourage people to stay home. Starting April 10, those with Thai ID cards...

No Kidding: Thai police threaten to jail April Fool pranksters

No Kidding: Thai police threaten to jail April Fool pranksters

COVID-19 is no laughing matter, and anyone was thinking of joking about it for April Fool’s Day faces jail time, Thai police threatened today.  As health officials reported...

Things were falling apart, and then our child got sick in Bangkok. Here’s how we handled it.

Things were falling apart, and then our child got sick in Bangkok. Here’s how we handled it.

“I feel like I’ve got a little fever, and my head hurts, and my throat is a little sore.” Those were the last words my wife and I wanted to hear sitting at our...

No, Bangkok has no plans to ban booze

No, Bangkok has no plans to ban booze

A jittery public surviving at home on a diet of Netflix and wine can rest easy, at least for now: Bangkok has announced no plans to ban alcohol sales. Panic seized those veiling...


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