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Almost all undertakings have to rely on public relations. If all invloved attentively perform their duties in common interest, we can rest assured that the general public will benefit and prosper." An excerpt from His Majesty the King's royal speech delivered to the Executive Board of the Public Relations Association of Thailand at Chitralada Villa, 25 March 1980

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The Ministry of Public Health has encouraged the public to remain vigilant by continuing mask-wearing, keeping a physica...
17/06/2021

The Ministry of Public Health has encouraged the public to remain vigilant by continuing mask-wearing, keeping a physical distance, and regularly washing hands, even after getting the vaccine. It is essential that we have the vaccine shots, to increase herd immunity for our country.

Seeing that the COVID-19 vaccine will protect people from serious illness and death, it is strongly suggested that we not let our guard down, which will prevent us from becoming infected and passing the virus on to others.

The Ministry of Public Health has encouraged the public to remain vigilant by continuing mask-wearing, keeping a physical distance, and regularly washing hands, even after getting the vaccine. It is essential that we have the vaccine shots, to increase herd immunity for our country.

Seeing that the COVID-19 vaccine will protect people from serious illness and death, it is strongly suggested that we not let our guard down, which will prevent us from becoming infected and passing the virus on to others.

Ranking of 10 provinces with highest COVID-19 transmission, as of 17 June 2021
17/06/2021

Ranking of 10 provinces with highest COVID-19 transmission, as of 17 June 2021

Ranking of 10 provinces with highest COVID-19 transmission, as of 17 June 2021

17/06/2021

Covid-19 Daily Briefing: 17 June 2021 / 13.00 hr.
📣📣17 Jun 2021-- An update from the Thai government regarding Thailand's #COVID19 situation, reporting from the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) at Government House

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as of 17 June 2021  Thailand reported 3,129 new confirmed cases: 23 from abroad, 3,106 f...
17/06/2021

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as of 17 June 2021

Thailand reported 3,129 new confirmed cases: 23 from abroad, 3,106 from local transmission, with 30 deaths reported, making a total of 207,724 infections and 1,555 deaths.

😷New Confirmed Cases: 3,129
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 207,724 (+3,129)
👍🏻Recoveries: 172,316 (+4,651)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 33,853
📣Fatalities: 1,555 (+30)

💉Cumulative number of vaccination: 7,003,783
- 1️⃣st dose: 5,114,755
- 2️⃣nd dose: 1,889,028

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as of 17 June 2021

Thailand reported 3,129 new confirmed cases: 23 from abroad, 3,106 from local transmission, with 30 deaths reported, making a total of 207,724 infections and 1,555 deaths.

😷New Confirmed Cases: 3,129
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 207,724 (+3,129)
👍🏻Recoveries: 172,316 (+4,651)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 33,853
📣Fatalities: 1,555 (+30)

💉Cumulative number of vaccination: 7,003,783
- 1️⃣st dose: 5,114,755
- 2️⃣nd dose: 1,889,028

Prime Minister and Defense Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha stated that the Government aims to fully reopen the countr...
17/06/2021

Prime Minister and Defense Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha stated that the Government aims to fully reopen the country within the next 120 days.

The statement was made on 16 June 2021 and was televised on the Television Pool of Thailand. It informed the people of the progress of mass vaccination against COVID-19 and Thailand’s roadmap following its recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.

In his statement, the Prime Minister said that Thailand had agreed to secure COVID-19 vaccines from six manufacturers, namely Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Sinovac, Sinopharm, and AstraZeneca. It had also signed contracts to procure 105.5 million doses of vaccines to be delivered to the country before the end of this year. Additional vaccines will be secured next year, as well.

He reaffirmed that more than 10 million doses a month would be offered to the people. If there are enough vaccines, 50 million people will receive at least the first dose by early October 2021.

The Prime Minister said, "The time has now come for us to look ahead and set a date for when we can fully open our country and start receiving visitors, because re-opening the country is one of the important ways to start reducing the enormous suffering of people who have lost their ability to earn income. I am, therefore, setting a goal for us to be able to declare Thailand fully open within 120 days from today, and for tourism centers that are ready, to do so even faster. The only exception to these guidelines will be if a truly serious situation develops or seems likely to develop, and we will look at those situations on a case-by-case basis.

"I know this decision comes with some risk because when we open the country there will be an increase in infections, no matter how good our precautions. But, I think, when we take into consideration the economic needs of people, the time has now come for us to take that calculated risk. The priorities for our country must now advance to the next level.

"Our national policy must now evolve and we must look on this virus just as we would on the many other diseases that are in the world and with which we must learn to live. We have seen that this virus is not going to go away quickly. We have to come to terms that it will continue to be around in the world and in Thailand for some time. We cannot wait for a time when everyone is fully vaccinated with two shots to open the country or for when the world is free of the virus. We must be ready to live with some risk and just try to keep it at a manageable level, and let people go back to being able to earn a living. That is the policy that I have set.”

https://thailand.prd.go.th/ewt_news.php?nid=11443&filename=index

Prime Minister and Defense Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha stated that the Government aims to fully reopen the country within the next 120 days.

The statement was made on 16 June 2021 and was televised on the Television Pool of Thailand. It informed the people of the progress of mass vaccination against COVID-19 and Thailand’s roadmap following its recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.

In his statement, the Prime Minister said that Thailand had agreed to secure COVID-19 vaccines from six manufacturers, namely Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Sinovac, Sinopharm, and AstraZeneca. It had also signed contracts to procure 105.5 million doses of vaccines to be delivered to the country before the end of this year. Additional vaccines will be secured next year, as well.

He reaffirmed that more than 10 million doses a month would be offered to the people. If there are enough vaccines, 50 million people will receive at least the first dose by early October 2021.

The Prime Minister said, "The time has now come for us to look ahead and set a date for when we can fully open our country and start receiving visitors, because re-opening the country is one of the important ways to start reducing the enormous suffering of people who have lost their ability to earn income. I am, therefore, setting a goal for us to be able to declare Thailand fully open within 120 days from today, and for tourism centers that are ready, to do so even faster. The only exception to these guidelines will be if a truly serious situation develops or seems likely to develop, and we will look at those situations on a case-by-case basis.

"I know this decision comes with some risk because when we open the country there will be an increase in infections, no matter how good our precautions. But, I think, when we take into consideration the economic needs of people, the time has now come for us to take that calculated risk. The priorities for our country must now advance to the next level.

"Our national policy must now evolve and we must look on this virus just as we would on the many other diseases that are in the world and with which we must learn to live. We have seen that this virus is not going to go away quickly. We have to come to terms that it will continue to be around in the world and in Thailand for some time. We cannot wait for a time when everyone is fully vaccinated with two shots to open the country or for when the world is free of the virus. We must be ready to live with some risk and just try to keep it at a manageable level, and let people go back to being able to earn a living. That is the policy that I have set.”

https://thailand.prd.go.th/ewt_news.php?nid=11443&filename=index

The Prince Mahidol Award Foundation has announced submission procedures for the nomination of individual(s) and/or insti...
17/06/2021
Prince Mahidol Award 2021

The Prince Mahidol Award Foundation has announced submission procedures for the nomination of individual(s) and/or institution(s) for their outstanding performance and/or research in the fields of medicine and public health for the award.

The Prince Mahidol Award Foundation has announced submission procedures for the nomination of individual(s) and/or institution(s) for their outstanding perfo...

The Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health, has resolved the concerns about the COVID-19 vaccination f...
17/06/2021

The Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health, has resolved the concerns about the COVID-19 vaccination for women. Women who are currently having a period or are breastfeeding a baby can receive the vaccine, while those who pregnant or are planning a pregnancy should get the vaccine after 12 weeks of pregnancy.

The department reassures the public that the vaccination does not have an effect on fertility or cause infertility or lead to difficulties with child delivery.

Source: กรมควบคุมโรค กระทรวงสาธารณสุข

The Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health, has resolved the concerns about the COVID-19 vaccination for women. Women who are currently having a period or are breastfeeding a baby can receive the vaccine, while those who pregnant or are planning a pregnancy should get the vaccine after 12 weeks of pregnancy.

The department reassures the public that the vaccination does not have an effect on fertility or cause infertility or lead to difficulties with child delivery.

Source: กรมควบคุมโรค กระทรวงสาธารณสุข

Chulalongkorn University started human trials of its COVID-19 vaccine, ChulaCov19, on Monday, with 72 volunteers receivi...
16/06/2021

Chulalongkorn University started human trials of its COVID-19 vaccine, ChulaCov19, on Monday, with 72 volunteers receiving shots under the supervision of doctors, nurses, and researchers. The tests on humans come after successful trials on monkeys and rats.

Chulalongkorn University started human trials of its COVID-19 vaccine, ChulaCov19, on Monday, with 72 volunteers receiving shots under the supervision of doctors, nurses, and researchers. The tests on humans come after successful trials on monkeys and rats.

⚽️ UEFA EURO 2020 will be broadcast on NBT2HD🗓 16 June 20218 PM Group B - Finland vs Russia 11 PM Group A -  Turkey vs W...
16/06/2021

⚽️ UEFA EURO 2020 will be broadcast on NBT2HD

🗓 16 June 2021

8 PM Group B - Finland vs Russia

11 PM Group A - Turkey vs Wales

🗓 17 June 2021

Group A - Italy vs Switzerland

⚽️ UEFA EURO 2020 will be broadcast on NBT2HD

🗓 16 June 2021

8 PM Group B - Finland vs Russia

11 PM Group A - Turkey vs Wales

🗓 17 June 2021

Group A - Italy vs Switzerland

Initial Information – Phuket SandboxPhuket will be reopened to fully vaccinated international travellers from 1 July, 20...
16/06/2021

Initial Information – Phuket Sandbox

Phuket will be reopened to fully vaccinated international travellers from 1 July, 2021, but ‘final’ official details are under review by the Royal Thai Government.

Read more: https://www.tatnews.org/2021/06/initial-information-phuket-sandbox/

Initial Information – Phuket Sandbox

Phuket will be reopened to fully vaccinated international travellers from 1 July, 2021, but ‘final’ official details are under review by the Royal Thai Government.

Read more: https://www.tatnews.org/2021/06/initial-information-phuket-sandbox/

Please follow the instructions below if you have a hard time receiving Euro 2020 signals on NBT 2HD.
16/06/2021

Please follow the instructions below if you have a hard time receiving Euro 2020 signals on NBT 2HD.

Please follow the instructions below if you have a hard time receiving Euro 2020 signals on NBT 2HD.

The CCSA has revealed that it found seven new clusters in five provinces, which include the following:Samut Prakan provi...
16/06/2021

The CCSA has revealed that it found seven new clusters in five provinces, which include the following:

Samut Prakan province:
1. Bang Sao Thong: Sweets manufacturing company;
2. Phra Pradaeng: Condominium.
Chachoengsao province:
3. Phanom Sarakham: Sorting and recycling company;
4. Ban Pho: Auto parts and spare parts company.
Samut Sakhon province:
5. Mueang Samut Sakhon: Paper box factory.
Nakhon Pathom province:
6. Sampran: A private company.
Prachin Buri province:
7. Kabin Buri: Water supply system equipment company.

Source: CCSA

The CCSA has revealed that it found seven new clusters in five provinces, which include the following:

Samut Prakan province:
1. Bang Sao Thong: Sweets manufacturing company;
2. Phra Pradaeng: Condominium.
Chachoengsao province:
3. Phanom Sarakham: Sorting and recycling company;
4. Ban Pho: Auto parts and spare parts company.
Samut Sakhon province:
5. Mueang Samut Sakhon: Paper box factory.
Nakhon Pathom province:
6. Sampran: A private company.
Prachin Buri province:
7. Kabin Buri: Water supply system equipment company.

Source: CCSA

16/06/2021
Covid-19 Daily Briefing: 16 June 2021 / 13.00 hr.

📣📣16 Jun 2021-- An update from the Thai government regarding Thailand's #COVID19 situation, reporting from the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) at Government House

- Phuket will be reopened to fully vaccinated international travelers from 1 July 2021.
- Around 27 provinces have found new clusters in local factories.
- The "Thai Stop COVID Plus" application is an online self
evaluation for factories. The CCSA has received good cooperation from factories' owners in terms of self-evaluation and measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
- There are now 64,038 factories nationwide; 8,123 conducted self-evaluation of their disease control measures.
- All factories must conduct self-evaluation via the Thai Stop COVID Plus website and workers must daily evaluate their health at the "Thai Save Thai" website before going to work.
- Bangkok Governor Police General Aswin Kwanmuang has issued an announcement to allow certain types of activities and venues in Bangkok to reopen, while many venues will remain closed to contain the spread of COVID-19. This announcement has been in effect from 14 June 2021 onwards.
- According to the announcement, the following types of activities and venues may reopen, but with strict preventive measures against the disease set by the Government:
(1) Food shops may serve food and beverages until 21.00 hr and may provide takeaway until 23.00 hr; consumption of liquor and alcoholic beverages in these venues is prohibited; the number of customers is also limited to just 25 percent seating capacity, with screening and physical distancing measures;
(2) Department stores, shopping centers, community malls, and similar places may stay open until 21.00 hr, with a limited number of visitors;
(3) Convenience stores, supermarkets, night markets, and walking streets may open as usual, but not later than 23.00 hr; stores or venues that are regularly open for 24-hour services may reopen at 04.00 hr;
(4) Sports venues or places for open-air exercise may open until 21.00 hr, and competitions may be organized without spectators;
(5) Museums and historical sites with strict social measures;
(6) Tattoo and nail salons;
(7) Beauty clinics;
(8 ) Health and wellness establishments (health spas and health massage); only foot massage is allowed;
(9) Public parks and botanical gardens, with no recreational activities, except for walking and running.

Bangkok Governor Police General Aswin Kwanmuang has issued an announcement to allow certain types of activities and venu...
16/06/2021

Bangkok Governor Police General Aswin Kwanmuang has issued an announcement to allow certain types of activities and venues in Bangkok to reopen, while many venues will remain closed to contain the spread of COVID-19.

The announcement was made on 14 June 2021, following a meeting of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) Communicable Disease Committee. It will be effective from 14 to 30 June 2021.

According to the announcement, the following types of activities and venues may reopen, but with strict preventive measures against the disease set by the Government:

(1) Food shops may serve food and beverages until 21.00 hr and may provide takeaway until 23.00 hr; consumption of liquor and alcoholic beverages in these venues is prohibited; the number of customers is also limited to just 25 percent seating capacity, with screening and physical distancing measures;

(2) Department stores, shopping centers, community malls, and similar places may stay open until 21.00 hr, with a limited number of visitors;

(3) Convenience stores, supermarkets, night markets, and walking streets may open as usual but no later than 23.00 hr; stores or venues that are regularly opened for 24-hour services may reopen at 04.00 hr;

(4) Sports venues or places for open-air exercise may open until 21.00 hr, and competitions may be organized without spectators;

(5) Museums and historical sites with strict social measures;

(6) Tattoo and nail salons;

(7) Beauty clinics;

(8 ) Health and wellness establishments (health spas and health massage); only foot massage is allowed;

(9) Public parks and botanical gardens, with no recreational activities, except for walking and running.

The following venues will remain closed:

(1) Buildings and premises of schools, tutorial schools, and all educational institutions;

(2) Entertainment venues, any establishments providing services similar to entertainment venues, amusement places, pubs, bars, and karaoke outlets;

(3) Massage parlors;

(4) Establishments for bath services and steaming and herbal room services;

(5) Cockfighting rings and cockfighting training rings;

(6) Bullrings, fish fighting rings, and other similar sport arenas;

(7)Theaters;

(8 ) Water parks and amusement parks;

(9) Playgrounds;

(10) Zoos;

(11) Skating or rollerblading rinks or other similar recreation;

(12) Snooker parlors and billiard parlors;

(13) Bowling alleys and game arcades;

(14) Gaming and Internet shops;

(15) Public swimming pools;

(16) Fitness centers;

(17) Exhibition halls, trade exhibition centers, and convention centers;

(18) Learning centers, science centers for education, science parks, science and cultural centers, and galleries;

(19) Public libraries;

(20) Daycare centers (except those in hospitals);

(21) Elderly care centers (except admission for overnight stay);

(22) Boxing stadiums and boxing schools;

(23) Martial arts schools (gyms);

(24) Ballroom dance halls or academies;

(25) Horse racing tracks;

(26) Amulet trading markets and centers;

(27) Weight-control services, cosmetic clinics, and aesthetic clinics;

(28 ) Health and wellness establishments (massage shops for beauty treatment);

(29) All types of race tracks;

(30) Public event grounds;

(31) Meeting and event venues;

(32) Beauty salons; hair cutting and hair dressing are allowed, but customers at hair salons and barber shops must wait outside;

(33) Indoor sports arenas and ponds for water sports or water activities.

Meetings, seminars, parties, camping, film shooting, television programs, religious activities, and gatherings with not more than 20 participants are allowed. If the number of participants is expected to exceed 20 but not be more than 1,000, the organizers must seek permission by submitting a working plan and disease control measures to the district office responsible for the area before the activities are organized.

In cases in which the number of participants will exceed 1,000, the organizers must seek permission by submitting a working plan and disease control measures to the BMA Health Department, except for the activities that are carried out by government agencies or are conducted in the venues designated as quarantine facilities.

Any persons who violate or fail to comply with this announcement may be guilty of an offence under Section 52 of the Communicable Disease Act B.E. 2558 (2015) and shall be liable to imprisonment for up to one year or a fine of up to 100,000 baht, or both. Moreover, they may be guilty of an offence under Section 18 of the Emergency Decree on Public Administration in Emergency Situations B.E. 2548 (2005) and shall be liable to imprisonment for up to two years or a fine of up to 40,000 baht, or both.

https://thailand.prd.go.th/ewt_news.php?nid=11423&filename=index

Bangkok Governor Police General Aswin Kwanmuang has issued an announcement to allow certain types of activities and venues in Bangkok to reopen, while many venues will remain closed to contain the spread of COVID-19.

The announcement was made on 14 June 2021, following a meeting of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) Communicable Disease Committee. It will be effective from 14 to 30 June 2021.

According to the announcement, the following types of activities and venues may reopen, but with strict preventive measures against the disease set by the Government:

(1) Food shops may serve food and beverages until 21.00 hr and may provide takeaway until 23.00 hr; consumption of liquor and alcoholic beverages in these venues is prohibited; the number of customers is also limited to just 25 percent seating capacity, with screening and physical distancing measures;

(2) Department stores, shopping centers, community malls, and similar places may stay open until 21.00 hr, with a limited number of visitors;

(3) Convenience stores, supermarkets, night markets, and walking streets may open as usual but no later than 23.00 hr; stores or venues that are regularly opened for 24-hour services may reopen at 04.00 hr;

(4) Sports venues or places for open-air exercise may open until 21.00 hr, and competitions may be organized without spectators;

(5) Museums and historical sites with strict social measures;

(6) Tattoo and nail salons;

(7) Beauty clinics;

(8 ) Health and wellness establishments (health spas and health massage); only foot massage is allowed;

(9) Public parks and botanical gardens, with no recreational activities, except for walking and running.

The following venues will remain closed:

(1) Buildings and premises of schools, tutorial schools, and all educational institutions;

(2) Entertainment venues, any establishments providing services similar to entertainment venues, amusement places, pubs, bars, and karaoke outlets;

(3) Massage parlors;

(4) Establishments for bath services and steaming and herbal room services;

(5) Cockfighting rings and cockfighting training rings;

(6) Bullrings, fish fighting rings, and other similar sport arenas;

(7)Theaters;

(8 ) Water parks and amusement parks;

(9) Playgrounds;

(10) Zoos;

(11) Skating or rollerblading rinks or other similar recreation;

(12) Snooker parlors and billiard parlors;

(13) Bowling alleys and game arcades;

(14) Gaming and Internet shops;

(15) Public swimming pools;

(16) Fitness centers;

(17) Exhibition halls, trade exhibition centers, and convention centers;

(18) Learning centers, science centers for education, science parks, science and cultural centers, and galleries;

(19) Public libraries;

(20) Daycare centers (except those in hospitals);

(21) Elderly care centers (except admission for overnight stay);

(22) Boxing stadiums and boxing schools;

(23) Martial arts schools (gyms);

(24) Ballroom dance halls or academies;

(25) Horse racing tracks;

(26) Amulet trading markets and centers;

(27) Weight-control services, cosmetic clinics, and aesthetic clinics;

(28 ) Health and wellness establishments (massage shops for beauty treatment);

(29) All types of race tracks;

(30) Public event grounds;

(31) Meeting and event venues;

(32) Beauty salons; hair cutting and hair dressing are allowed, but customers at hair salons and barber shops must wait outside;

(33) Indoor sports arenas and ponds for water sports or water activities.

Meetings, seminars, parties, camping, film shooting, television programs, religious activities, and gatherings with not more than 20 participants are allowed. If the number of participants is expected to exceed 20 but not be more than 1,000, the organizers must seek permission by submitting a working plan and disease control measures to the district office responsible for the area before the activities are organized.

In cases in which the number of participants will exceed 1,000, the organizers must seek permission by submitting a working plan and disease control measures to the BMA Health Department, except for the activities that are carried out by government agencies or are conducted in the venues designated as quarantine facilities.

Any persons who violate or fail to comply with this announcement may be guilty of an offence under Section 52 of the Communicable Disease Act B.E. 2558 (2015) and shall be liable to imprisonment for up to one year or a fine of up to 100,000 baht, or both. Moreover, they may be guilty of an offence under Section 18 of the Emergency Decree on Public Administration in Emergency Situations B.E. 2548 (2005) and shall be liable to imprisonment for up to two years or a fine of up to 40,000 baht, or both.

https://thailand.prd.go.th/ewt_news.php?nid=11423&filename=index

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16. Juni: 34 neue COVID-19-Fälle in Hua Hin gemeldet Gesundheitsbeamte meldeten am Mittwoch (16. Juni) 34 neue COVID-19-Fälle in Hua Hin. Dreißig der neuen Fälle standen im Zusammenhang mit dem Cluster in der Obstverarbeitungsfabrik. Die neuen Fälle vom Mittwoch bringen die Gesamtzahl der Fälle in der Provinz seit dem 1. April auf 2.105. Es wurden keine neuen Todesfälle gemeldet, wobei die kumulierte Gesamtzahl der COVID-19-Todesfälle bei 5 liegt. Inzwischen wurden auch 13 Personen aus dem Krankenhaus oder der Quarantäne entlassen. Von den 2.105 kumulierten Gesamtfällen in der Provinz werden derzeit 403 im Krankenhaus behandelt oder befinden sich in Quarantäne, während sich insgesamt 1.697 vollständig erholt haben und bereits entlassen wurden. Laut Gesundheitsbehörden befinden sich derzeit 2 Patienten in einem ernsthaften Zustand im Krankenhaus, während sich 4 weitere in einem als mittelschwer bezeichneten Zustand befinden. Mehr als 55.000 Menschen in Prachuap Khiri Khan haben eine Dosis eines COVID-19-Impfstoffs erhalten.
No dates are now available for foreigners to reserve vaccinations at any of the three Bangkok hospitals for either of the vaccines. Will that change?
The website https://thailandintervac.com/ is still not working. Today I can not select an area of Bangkok my Father in Law lives in, so I can't get through to the appointment booking page. Yesterday, I could not select his nationality, so I could not get through to the appointment page. On Monday and Tuesday, when I could get through to the appointment page ( I was online off and on all day and tried over 200 times), there were no appointments. Can you please tell me how I get a vaccine for an elderly father-in-law, who has 3 pre-existing conditions and at the age of 84 will be very, very unwell if he catches CoVid.
Hi. I have been trying to contact your department for almost 2 hours now via your Hotline 1422 and your listed phone number 02 590 3000 to find out more information about a very important matter. Your Intervac Link https://thailandintervac.com/ is NOT allowing me to complete my dads registration for the Covid Vaccination. The form does not allow me to select a 1. Nationality 2. Province 3. District 4. Sub-District Now as mentioned on your homepage, I have between 12 -3pm to make a booking. How do I make a booking when your website won't let me fill out the information? And is no one in your office? How is it possible the phone has rung out for 2 hours with no answer. Please fix this immediately.
I've tried to register on this site that you recommend for foreigners http://thailandintervac.com but when I press 'Register' it states that I haven't declared my nationality. When I try and enter nationality it won't let me. Also, it doesn't allow me to fill in many of the address fields and without those, it won't let me complete. If you need a volunteer to help you sort this, I'm happy to help.
Aloha!
Where can you get a free covid test in Bangkok?
Changing the ASQ from 7 days to 14 days has no bearing on vaccinated tourists endangering the people of Thailand, especially when we have never had Covid. Statistics show that over 235 million people in the US have been vaccinated with at least one dose. 84,000,000 million have been fully vaccinated and only 6000 have contacted the Covid virus. That is 0.007 and 30% had no symptoms at all. 396 were hospitalized and 74 died. I personally have never had Covid. I am a responsible person wearing my mask just as my 13 year old son does whenever we go out. I have spent a great deal of money for my trip and now you want me to quarantine for another week. I planned to spend over 300,000 baht for business in Chiang Mai and now I will spend 0! I certainly realize the increase in Covid cases in Thailand. I monitor it everyday. We tourists are not the problem. With the Songkran holiday there were millions of people traveling around Thailand and that has escalated the number of cases. Incompetence has caused this outbreak. Please reconsider the 7 day ASQ. My room will not be cleaned for 14 days???? Who comes up with these crazy decisions?????
I was calling about a vaccine to an official number, I have 4 reasons to get a vaccine in the risk group, and I was tild to go to Rama Hospital, but when I come ther they said no, only for staff. Come back at June 7. In the english information they say that I can get a vaccine. Where do I go to get it?
Thailand is still a Kingdom. This is a very precarious time and we wish the nations who don't have the same resources of rely on supply chains but for the moment, we would prefer not to make our people terrified.
Dear Prime Minister Prayut, Sawadeekop.......Changing the ASQ from 7 days to 14 days has no bearing on vaccinated tourists endangering the people of Thailand, especially when we have never had Covid. Statistics show that over 235 million people in the US have been vaccinated with at least one dose. 84,000,000 million have been fully vaccinated and only 6000 have contacted the Covid virus. That is 0.007 and 30% had no symptoms at all. 396 were hospitalized and 74 died. I personally have never had Covid. I am a responsible person wearing my mask just as my 13 year old son does whenever we go out. I have spent a great deal of money for my trip beginning May 21 to June 20. I lived in Thailand for seven years and returned every year for business and pleasure. This was to be a business trip for me, but now......?????? I certainly realize the increase in Covid cases in Thailand. I monitor it everyday. We tourists are not the problem. With the Songkran holiday there were millions of people traveling around Thailand and that has escalated the number of cases. I understand you are in crisis mode. Please reconsider the 7 day ASQ. My best to you and your family!
Is this Thailand?