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Mr. Sethaput Suthiwartnarueput, Governor of the Bank of Thailand (BOT), stated that BOT had been granted royal permissio...
28/11/2020

Mr. Sethaput Suthiwartnarueput, Governor of the Bank of Thailand (BOT), stated that BOT had been granted royal permission from His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua to print the commemorative banknotes on the Auspicious Occasion of the Coronation of King Rama X B.E. 2562 (2019) for circulation.

These commemorative banknotes were designed to honor His Majesty the King in the Royal Coronation Ceremony of 2019 and intended to be a part of the national historical record. The issue date falls on 12 December 2020, marking the anniversary of the Royal Barge Procession held splendidly on 12 December 2019.

This set of commemorative banknotes comprises two denominations, 1,000-baht and 100-baht. The 1,000-baht commemorative banknotes will be issued in quantity of 10 million notes. For the 100-baht commemorative banknotes, 20 million notes will be issued.

The 1,000-baht commemorative banknote was designed in a vertical format, with the unique Dynamic Color-Shifting Image as the advanced counterfeit deterrent feature. The size and security features of this 100-baht commemorative banknote are the same as the currently circulated 100-Baht banknotes with the color theme changed to yellow. The reverse sides of these commemorative banknotes depict meaningful images reflecting the Royal Coronation Ceremony in 2019.

This set of commemorative banknotes can be exchanged at any commercial banks and also at the Government Savings Bank, the Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives, the Government Housing Bank, and the Islamic Bank of Thailand.

Additionally, the 100-baht commemorative banknotes can be withdrawn from the designated ATMs across the country.

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as of 28 November 2020Thailand reported 5 new confirmed cases, 4 from people on repatria...
28/11/2020

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as of 28 November 2020

Thailand reported 5 new confirmed cases, 4 from people on repatriation flights and in state quarantine centers, 1 from people who travel from abroad; with 0 deaths reported; the total remains at 3,966 infections, and 60 deaths.

😷New Confirmed Cases: 5
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 3,966 (+5)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 108
👍🏻Recoveries: 3,798 (+8)
📣Fatalities: 60 (+0)

A fossil of an ancient lungfish has been uncovered in Kalasin province, with paleontologists describing it as a previous...
28/11/2020

A fossil of an ancient lungfish has been uncovered in Kalasin province, with paleontologists describing it as a previously unknown species from 150 million years ago, in an indication of the biodiversity present at the fossil site.

The Department of Mineral Resources announced the discovery of the new Jurassic lungfish species at the Phu Noi digsite, where fossils of prehistoric creatures dating as far back as 417 million years ago have been identified.

The newly discovered lungfish fossil is being studied by experts from The Geneva Museum of Natural History, together with Maha Sarakham University’s Paleontological Research and Education Center, and the Department of Mineral Resources’ Sirindhorn Museum.

The creature has been classified as a member of the genus Fergano Ceratodus due to the shape of its skull and teeth. Because of its unique characteristics that differentiate it from other species of the same genus, it has been formally named Fergano Ceratodus Annekempae.

The fossil is estimated to be around 150 million years old, which places the species in the Devonian age.

The Department of Disease Control has suggested that people have meals that are "cooked,hot, and clean" in order to prev...
28/11/2020

The Department of Disease Control has suggested that people have meals that are "cooked,hot, and clean" in order to prevent the tapeworm disease. If there are any related symptoms, please directly go to see the doctor.

According to viral social media, there are many people who are eating raw meat, such as beef or pork, as well as eating raw vegetables and fruit without washing them first. Doing so causes a risk of infection with tapeworms. Consequently, the public is encouraged to have meal with three principles, which are cooked, hot, and clean, and they should also go to a sanitized toilet and wash their hands before eating. These precautions will help to prevent the disease. For more information, please call the DDC hotline at 1422.

27/11/2020
Vana Nava

Vana Nava is a water park under the concept of a “water jungle.” It’s lucky we received the guidelines from SHA to help us with our measures and rules. We had a meeting about what we had to change in order to be ready for the “new normal.”

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as of 27 November 2020Thailand reported 19 new confirmed cases from people on repatriati...
27/11/2020

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as of 27 November 2020

Thailand reported 19 new confirmed cases from people on repatriation flights and in state quarantine centers, with 0 deaths reported; the total remains at 3,961 infections, and 60 deaths.

😷New Confirmed Cases: 19
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 3,961 (+19)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 111
👍🏻Recoveries: 3,790 (+2)
📣Fatalities: 60 (+0)

The National Vaccine Institute has revealed that the Cabinet approved the plan to supply 26 million doses of COVID-19 va...
27/11/2020

The National Vaccine Institute has revealed that the Cabinet approved the plan to supply 26 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine from AstraZeneca. It is estimated to cover 13 million people in Thailand by mid-year 2021.

The accessibility of vaccines is expected to decrease the infection and fatality rate, including the expense of taking care of COVID-19 patients.

According to the report, the COVID-19 vaccine AZD1222 from AstraZeneca showed the efficacy of 90% when it was given first as a half dose, followed by a full dose one month later. No serious safety events related to the vaccine have been confirmed.

Prime Minister and Defense Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha on 26 November 2020 delivered a speech updating the people...
26/11/2020

Prime Minister and Defense Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha on 26 November 2020 delivered a speech updating the people on Thailand’s direction for living with the global pandemic of COVID-19.
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Today, I wanted to update you on our country’s direction in terms of living with the global pandemic that has devasted families and the economies of countries around the world.

The world is now in its worst resurgence of the Covid pandemic.

Hundreds of people are dying every day in countries in Europe and elsewhere, and even more in the USA, and there are protests and riots in almost 30 countries.

The WHO has recently warned that there could even be a third wave coming next year if countries are not disciplined in their approach to handling the crisis.

• England is now in a national lockdown. Shops, restaurants, pubs, bars, entertainment facilities, sports facilities, other public facilities and most workplaces are closed. And just yesterday, it was just announced that the UK’s economy will contract by around 11%.

• France closed for a national lockdown on 30th October, with their GDP forecast to shrink by 11% in 2020.

• Spain declared a state of emergency which may last for months, as well as a nationwide curfew, with travelling and gatherings limited.

• Holland has a lockdown with people only allowed to leave their homes with a signed document.

• Belgium is in lockdown.

• And in Germany, shops and restaurants are closed in a partial lockdown and gatherings restricted.

The health situation, as well as its impact on the economies of countries, is getting even more serious around the world.

The danger of this virus is not just in the people it kills directly. If it gets out of control, it will also kill many other people who are dependent on hospital and medical care. When hospital beds are full of Covid patients, and doctors and nurses are fully occupied with treating Covid patients, people suffering from many other illnesses may not get the treatment that they depend on. It is a nightmare situation when doctors have to decide who to treat and who they simply do not have time to assist. We have avoided that situation and we must continue to be firm to avoid it in the future.

I would like to thank all citizens in every part of the country and in all occupations and businesses who have sacrificed tremendously and tried to manage their very difficult circumstances so that we could protect our nation. Your sacrifices are helping us avoid falling into an even worse situation as we are seeing happen in many other countries.

I would also like to thank the WHO for recognizing Thailand as one of the best examples in the world for its ‘whole-of-government, whole-of-society, comprehensive approach’ to containing the virus and saying that our good results were not coincidental. I would like everyone in Thailand to take pride in this exceptional recognition and to continue to work together in the spirit of national unity that we have all shown in these difficult times.

Let me now report to you that we are preparing for the next phase in managing the Covid crisis so that it does not do even greater damage to our country’s economy and people’s livelihoods.

The long-term solution to overcoming the crisis of the Covid pandemic is the availability and use of a vaccine. There are now several vaccine candidates in advanced stages of development and safety testing and certification. We know that many advanced countries have been locking up their place in the queue for a vaccine. Thailand, too, must be able to get sufficient doses of a successful vaccine early.

That is why, a few months ago, I made the decision for Thailand to seek to partner in vaccine production with an eminent vaccine research group as a way of securing a vaccine early.

Last month we signed an agreement with Oxford University and AstraZeneca to produce vaccines in Thailand should their research lead to a successful vaccine. And tomorrow, we will sign a further agreement on the purchase of vaccines.

Just a few days ago, we heard the wonderful news that the Oxford University-AstraZeneca team announced that the vaccine they are developing has been found to have between 70-90% efficacy.

Next to that, this particular type of vaccine is much cheaper to produce in mass quantities than some of the other advanced vaccine candidates. But even more importantly, it will be right for Thai conditions. While other advanced vaccine candidates need to be kept in exceptionally cold temperatures of between minus20C to minus70C, this vaccine can be stored in regular refrigeration temperatures of +2C to +8C, which will make it easy for us to get it to everyone around Thailand rather than only have it available where there are specialised refrigeration facilities.

We expect this vaccine to be properly certified, approved for use and produced by the middle of next year. The sooner we can advance this timetable, the sooner we can open our doors to large numbers of visitors and begin the task of rebuilding our economy. I am now working on trying to find ways in which our processes may be accelerated so that we can get to mass vaccinations in Thailand sooner.

In the meantime, as we enter the holiday season, I ask everyone to keep up their guard and to continue with their discipline in wearing masks, their hand hygiene, and social distancing so that we may continue to work our way through this crisis and avoid the virus spreading in our country and causing even greater economic suffering.

Thank you.

The Governor of Bangkok has inspected Thailand's first seven new electric passenger boats, which will debut in Phadung K...
26/11/2020

The Governor of Bangkok has inspected Thailand's first seven new electric passenger boats, which will debut in Phadung Krung Kasem canal on Friday, 27 November.

Bangkok Governor Pol. Gen. Aswin Kwanmuang said the vessels will serve passengers on a water transport route along the canal free of charge for six months, after which a flat-rate fare of 10 baht per passenger will apply.

According to the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), Krungthep Thanakom company won a contract of two years to operate the boats, with the BMA being responsible for the operational costs during the six-month free-ride period.

The Phadung Krung Kasem canal line in Bangkok will operate daily from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., with boats leaving the piers every 15 minutes during rush hours, from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m., and from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Additionally, the Governor said the BMA plans to expand the electric boat network in the future to the districts of Bang Kapi, Min Buri, Thon Buri, and Bang Khun Thian.

Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has ideas for following up the success of Thailand in dealing with COVID-19. Th...
26/11/2020

Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has ideas for following up the success of Thailand in dealing with COVID-19. The overall plan is to stimulate the economy and continue projects that can help the people to spend more and inject money into the local economy, for example, the half-half project, the "Shop Dee Mee Khuen" project, and the "We Travel Together" stimulus package.

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as of 26 November 2020Thailand reported 16 new confirmed cases from people on repatriati...
26/11/2020

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as of 26 November 2020

Thailand reported 16 new confirmed cases from people on repatriation flights and in state quarantine centers, with 0 deaths reported; the total remains at 3,942 infections, and 60 deaths.

😷New Confirmed Cases: 16
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 3,942 (+16)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 94
👍🏻Recoveries: 3,788 (+8)
📣Fatalities: 60 (+0)

26/11/2020
Museum Siam

Museum Siam is a learning center that promotes education in the form of “play and learn.”

The Cabinet, during its meeting on 23 November 2020, approved a draft action plan to mobilize efforts to tackle the dust...
26/11/2020

The Cabinet, during its meeting on 23 November 2020, approved a draft action plan to mobilize efforts to tackle the dust pollution problem, which is part of the national agenda.

The draft action plan, proposed by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, consists of three major measures.

The first measure seeks to increase the efficiency in area-based management of the problem. Relevant agencies in risk areas, such as Bangkok and its vicinity and 17 northern provinces, may set appropriate criteria in accordance with the situation.

The second measure seeks to prevent and reduce dust pollution at its sources, such as vehicles, industrial plants, open-air burning, and construction sites.

The third measure seeks to enhance the efficiency in pollution management and develop networks to monitor air quality, as well as developing warning systems and using modern technology to deal with the problem.

At the same meeting, the Cabinet also approved a special plan, which had been worked out for relevant agencies to implement in order to ease dust pollution, especially when the problem occurs.

A subcommittee on the prevention of forest fires, haze, and dust pollution has been set up as a major mechanism to cope with the situation. Responsible agencies will also step up cooperation with neighboring countries in fighting this problem.

The Cabinet has approved three new job and income promotion campaigns in communities. The first will further promote of ...
26/11/2020

The Cabinet has approved three new job and income promotion campaigns in communities. The first will further promote of the existing One Tambon One Product campaign with a “new normal” implementation. Second, the community herb cultivation and processing promotion campaign will help train farmers in how to create innovations and add value to locally grown and processed herbs, and develop them into an export-grade product. The third campaign is the Thai massage occupational workshop to help provide people with occupational skills.

Source: https://thainews.prd.go.th/en/news/detail/TCATG201125103153104

The Prime Minister took part in promoting Thai silk alongside organizers from a foundation of diplomats and their spouse...
25/11/2020

The Prime Minister took part in promoting Thai silk alongside organizers from a foundation of diplomats and their spouses that was formed to aid tourism and promote Thai culture, in the “10th Thai Silk Festival: Thai Silk to the World.” Students of fashion design were tapped this year to create silk outfits for foreign ambassadors to Thailand. The festival will take place on 6 December at the Royal Thai Navy Conference Hall.

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as of 25 November 2020Thailand reported 4 new confirmed cases, 4 from people on repatria...
25/11/2020

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as of 25 November 2020

Thailand reported 4 new confirmed cases, 4 from people on repatriation flights and in state quarantine centers, with 0 deaths reported; the total remains at 3,926 infections, and 60 deaths.

😷New Confirmed Cases: 4
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 3,926 (+4)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 86
👍🏻Recoveries: 3,780 (+8)
📣Fatalities: 60 (+0)

His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua has granted royal land title deeds to various government a...
25/11/2020

His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua has granted royal land title deeds to various government agencies for state and educational purposes.

Prime Minister and Defense Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha and heads of relevant government agencies were granted an audience with Their Majesties the King and Queen in a handover ceremony on 22 November 2020, when the land title deeds were given for public benefit.

Interior Minister General Anupong Paojinda received two land title deeds; one for the location of the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation in Bangkok, and another for the location of the Department of Local Administration in Bangkok.

Education Minister Nataphol Teepsuwan received two land title deeds for the location of Rajavinit School and the site of Rajavinit Mathayom School in Bangkok.

Army Commander-in-Chief General Narongphan Jitkaewtae received two land title deeds for plots of land used by the Royal Thai Army in Pathum Thani and Chon Buri provinces.

Commissioner-General of the Royal Thai Police, Police General Suwat Jangyodsuk, received a land title deed for the office of the Border Patrol Police Bureau’s Naresuan Camp in Phetchaburi province.

Commissioner of the Border Patrol Police Bureau, Police Lieutenant-General Wichit Paksa, received a land title deed for the location of the office of the Border Patrol Police Bureau’s Rama VI Camp (Mrigadayavan Palace), Phetchaburi province.

Commanding-General of the 15th Army Circle, Major-General Prayook Un-ob, received a land title deed for the operations of the 15th Army Circle in Mueang district, Phetchaburi province.

Phetchaburi Governor Phakaphong Tavipatana received a land title deed covering the King Rama IV Monument area in Mueang district, Phetchaburi province.

Acting President of Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University Associate Professor Chutikarn Sriviboon, received a land title deed for the location of Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University in Dusit district, Bangkok.

President of Suan Dusit University Associate Professor Sirote Pholpuntin received a land title deed for the location of the university in Dusit district, Bangkok.

Read more: https://thailand.prd.go.th/ewt_news.php?nid=10425&filename=index

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