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PR Thai Government The provider of official news and information about Thailand "Public relations mean relations among the public, or to make the people understand one another.

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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13/04/2022
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#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 13 April 2022Thailand reported 23,015 new confirmed cases: 95 from abroad, 22,920 fro...
13/04/2022

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 13 April 2022

Thailand reported 23,015 new confirmed cases: 95 from abroad, 22,920 from local transmission, with 106 deaths reported, making a total of 3,948,869 infections detected and 26,395 deaths

😷New Confirmed Cases: 23,015
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 3,948,869 (+23,015)
👍🏻Recoveries: 3,689,792 (+27,626)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 232,682
📣Fatalities: 26,395 (+106)
💉Cumulative number of vaccination: 131,448,508

13/04/2022
The Government Gazette announced measures to prevent COVID-19. During the Songkran Festival, no water splash - no powder...
12/04/2022

The Government Gazette announced measures to prevent COVID-19. During the Songkran Festival, no water splash - no powder play - no foam parties will be allowed in public without permission.

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 12 April 2022Thailand reported 19,982 new confirmed cases: 52 from abroad, 19,930 fro...
12/04/2022

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 12 April 2022

Thailand reported 19,982 new confirmed cases: 52 from abroad, 19,930 from local transmission, with 101 deaths reported, making a total of 3,925,854 infections detected and 26,289 deaths
😷New Confirmed Cases: 19,982
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 3,925,854 (+19,982)
👍🏻Recoveries: 3,662,166 (+28,057)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 237,399
📣Fatalities: 26,289 (+101)
💉Cumulative number of vaccination: 131,325,546

The 11th APEC Tourism Ministerial Meeting and other related meetings will take place in Bangkok, during 14-20 August, 20...
12/04/2022

The 11th APEC Tourism Ministerial Meeting and other related meetings will take place in Bangkok, during 14-20 August, 2022, under the concept of “Regenerative Tourism”. Thailand will push forward Bioeconomy, Circular Economy, and Green Economy (BCG Economy Model), as an approach to redesign and regenerate better tourism that ensures tourism contributes to all types of wellbeing locally.

Read more: https://www.tatnews.org/2022/04/bangkok-to-host-11th-apec-tourism-ministerial-meeting-in-august-2022/

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The Ministry of Tourism and Sports revealed that 196 foreign film productions traveled to Thailand to film between July ...
12/04/2022

The Ministry of Tourism and Sports revealed that 196 foreign film productions traveled to Thailand to film between July 2021 and mid-March 2022, after the government eased restrictions to allow film, television, and commercial production companies to work in the country under the COVID-19 situation. 86 filmmakers from 33 nations came with their own production teams, bringing in a total of 4.24 billion baht in revenue for the country. India, France, Singapore, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom were the top five countries that chose Thailand as a filming location during that time period, while the United States, Australia, and Hong Kong were the top three spenders on filmmaking in Thailand, with 1.95 billion baht, 702 million baht, and 616 million baht, respectively.

Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-O-cha has advised the public to prepare themselves with the "Self Clean Up" measures before ...
11/04/2022

Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-O-cha has advised the public to prepare themselves with the "Self Clean Up" measures before traveling back to their hometown during Songkran Holiday.

The measures include three parts:

(1) People in Group 608 [elderly persons aged 60 years and above, people with seven underlying health issues (diabetes, chronic kidney disease, obesity, cancer, chronic respiratory disease, cardiovascular diseases, and cerebrovascular disease), and pregnant women who are in the gestational age 12 weeks or more] have been advised to get vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine or a booster dose;

(2) the public should follow the Universal Prevention measures by wearing a mask, keeping a proper distance, frequently washing their hands, and avoiding touching their face;

(3) and those who come back from their hometown should do self-observation for seven days and test with ATK if they have suspicious symptoms, and they should apply the work-from-home measure as appropriate.

Source: ศูนย์ข้อมูล COVID-19

Phuket projected as “World Medical Tourism Hub”The government has plans to develop Phuket into a “World Medical Tourism ...
11/04/2022

Phuket projected as “World Medical Tourism Hub”

The government has plans to develop Phuket into a “World Medical Tourism Hub”. Medical service centers in Phuket will include International Health/ Medical Plaza, Premium Long-Term Care, Hospice Home, and a Rehabilitation Center.

These improvements will increase the value of tourism and attract more tourists, which will create opportunities in the post-COVID-19 era. In addition, other advantages are increasing employment, improving revenue distribution, adding GDP value, and supporting local products. This planned project also aims at developing Thai traditional medicine, alternative medicine, and medical technology structure, and it will bring progress to medical services on the world stage. As it develops, the project will also be integrated with the Phuket Health Sandbox.

In addition, in 2028, Thailand will host a special event (Specialized Expo), under the name “Expo 2028 - Phuket, Thailand,” aiming to develop Phuket into a world-class health tourism location.

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#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 11 April 2022Thailand reported 22,387 new confirmed cases: 87 from abroad, 22,300 fro...
11/04/2022

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 11 April 2022

Thailand reported 22,387 new confirmed cases: 87 from abroad, 22,300 from local transmission, with 105 deaths reported, making a total of 3,905,872 infections detected and 26,188 deaths

😷New Confirmed Cases: 22,387
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 3,905,872 (+22,387)
👍🏻Recoveries: 3,634,109 (+27,680)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 245,575
📣Fatalities: 26,188 (+105)

11/04/2022
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"Miang Kham," a traditional Thai snack. The unique flavor profile is clear after just one bite. Miang kham consists of 7 flavors.

The Ministry of Public Health has urged the public to keep their guard up, especially during the Songkran holiday, which...
11/04/2022

The Ministry of Public Health has urged the public to keep their guard up, especially during the Songkran holiday, which has many people traveling to their hometowns.

They also disclosed that the Omicron variant of COVID-19 causes reinfections more easily than the Delta variant by 3-6 times, but most of the cases are not severe.

The reinfections may happen when (1) the body has low immunity, such as those who have never gotten the vaccine, have not been fully vaccinated, got the vaccine more than six months before, or have an immune deficiency; (2) the virus has mutated; and (3) people lower their prevention behavior and engage in risky activities.

Source: ศูนย์ข้อมูล COVID-19

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 10 April 2022Thailand reported 25,139 new confirmed cases: 67 from abroad, 25,072 fro...
10/04/2022

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 10 April 2022

Thailand reported 25,139 new confirmed cases: 67 from abroad, 25,072 from local transmission, with 108 deaths reported, making a total of 3,883,485 infections detected and 26,083 deaths

😷New Confirmed Cases: 25,139
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 3,883,485 (+25,139)
👍🏻Recoveries: 3,606,429 (+25,509)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 250,973
📣Fatalities: 26,083 (+108)
💉Cumulative number of vaccination: 131,154,980

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 9 April 2022Thailand reported 25,298 new confirmed cases: 78 from abroad, 25,220 from...
09/04/2022

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 9 April 2022

Thailand reported 25,298 new confirmed cases: 78 from abroad, 25,220 from local transmission, with 98 deaths reported, making a total of 3,858,346 infections detected and 25,975 deaths

😷New Confirmed Cases: 25,298
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 3,858,346 (+25,298)
👍🏻Recoveries: 3,580,920 (+22,003)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 251,451
📣Fatalities: 25,975 (+98)
💉Cumulative number of vaccination: 130,863,690

The Chula 100 Year Park project, developed by Kachakorn Woraakhom and a team of Thai landscape architects, enhanced Thai...
09/04/2022

The Chula 100 Year Park project, developed by Kachakorn Woraakhom and a team of Thai landscape architects, enhanced Thailand's profile at the World Government Summit and Expo 2020 Dubai by attaining the top place in the 12th Dubai International Award for Best Practices. Under the topic "Urban Regeneration and Public Spaces," the United Arab Emirates has established a competition with the United Nations Human Settlements Program, or UN Habitat, to find innovative solutions from around the world to achieve sustainable development for the world. There were 2,950 projects from 150 nations that competed in this competition.

The Cabinet on 5 April 2022 approved a budget of 50.6 billion baht in order to support the second phase of a project to ...
08/04/2022

The Cabinet on 5 April 2022 approved a budget of 50.6 billion baht in order to support the second phase of a project to produce more doctors in the next six years, from 2022 to 2027.

The project aims to ease a shortage of medical doctors, especially in rural areas, develop the potential of Thailand’s medical services, promote the country as a medical hub, and enhance its competitiveness, in line with the 20-year National Strategy in Public Health (2017-2036).

It is the continuation of an earlier project. The first phase of the project was carried out from 2018 to 2021. In the second phase, 13,318 physicians will emphasize the community-based development of curricula. It is also intended to continue the tackling of a shortage of medical doctors and respond to the public demand for medical services, A target has been set for the ratio of physicians to the population of 1:1,200 by the 2033 academic year.

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Hi, We are stuck in Singapore waiting on the Thai pass. We have submitted all the correct documents and have waited for 7 days with no response. I have sent a private message with our passport details. I have called all 4 numbers which are apparently 24 hour hotlines for 2 days straight and no one picks up or it gives message and disconnects. Please attend to our enquiry.
Update : EU Digital COVID Certificate EU has approved the Thailand Digital Health Pass on Mohpromt to be equivalent to and connected to the EU digital COVID certificate, which is the second country in ASEAN to have an approved pass. For more information, https://ec.europa.eu/info/live-work-travel-eu/coronavirus-response/safe-covid-19-vaccines-europeans/eu-digital-covid-certificate_en?fbclid=IwAR2hTC5TXj6YDtoy-45VWMR4Vw0G3FeMdgM4efq-rCSNncz6oCbJeYgDmHU Credit : PR Thai Government #Thailand #Mohpromt #EU #DigitalCovidCertificate #EUDCC #DigitalHealthPass #COVID19
Hi there. I'm supposed to go to Phuket with my 2 children on January 3rd. We will be very careful before traveling, but I'm very concerned if one of us should test possitive upon arrival. My kids just turned 10 (twins). We will be just the 3 of us. 1) is there a risk that we might get separated even if symptoms are mild? 2) will we be forced to stay at a hospital (even if symptomps are mild) or can we quarantine at the hotel that we have booked? We are so eager to go, but I also feel that it is too much of a risk to take if I should worry about a possible separation I'm looking forward to your answers. Thank you very much in advance!
When can people like me get a booster? I'm talking about those of us who followed the government's decision several months ago to get our second dose in the form of an AstraZeneca shot because the Sinovac one was determined to be not so good. I got that second shot at the end of July and really want to get any booster as soon as possible. I'm 60. Yet at both the big vaccination centers at Bang Sue and then the Bangkok Youth Center, I have been turned down for a booster because I didn't get the same company's vaccine each time. It's so stupid and unfair. In each case, I wasted several hours traveling to those places because the government does not post any relevant information in English on this crucial matter. Why should people who followed a government policy which seemed to be based on the healthiest option now be blocked from getting a vaccine? Doesn't this go against the entire project of making individuals, neighborhoods, cities, and the country safer?
Thailand has been ranked 5th out of 195 countries, according to the 2021 Global Health Security (GHS) Index, conducted by John Hopkins Center for Health Security, while the first place goes to the United States, followed by Australia, Finland, and Canada. Thailand is also ranked number one in the Asian region. The key criteria of the index deal with the capacity of each nation to cope with epidemics and pandemics. The GHS Index shows that Thailand has an effective health care system and strong disease control measures to tackle the COVID-19. The country was ranked 6th in the previous GHS Index. (10/12/2021) Source : https://www.ghsindex.org/ PR Thai Government #Thailand #GlobalHealthSecurity #GHS #COVID19 #Epidemics #Pandemics
Dear Prime Minister Prayuth Thailand is facing two converging crises. First, a crisis of legitimacy between differing models of political structure and governance has emerged. Protesters openly challenge Thailand’s political foundations of hierarchy, clientelism, and personal connections, arguing for a reformed monarchy. This makes the 2020 and subsequent protests distinct from previous protests calling for monarchic transparency and accountability. The fact that high school students are protesting points to a generational divide in Thais’ hopes for their political system between younger Thais and those who want to preserve the status quo. Your politics needs to change and give priority to lifting people out of poverty through education. A system that makes it possible for all Thais to study for a university degree it isn't suprising that young Thais are protesting most of them are in jobs that pay a pittance and they are fed up with being very poor whilst the families of politicians and the elite live a privileged life style. How can they become ambitious trapped in poverty? Erik JC Young Ambition is like love, impatient both of delays and rivals.
Why Do You Keep Putting Protestors In Prison When Thailand Is Supposed To Be A Democracy? Erik Young 09:07 (18 minutes ago) to thaicabinet, thai_secretariat, thaicabinet, info Dear Prime Minister Prayuth Updated: NHRC and double standards Over the years, PPT has been critical of the National Human Rights Commission for its political partisanship. While these days it seldom seems to do or say much of consequence, recent events highlight its problematic existence. Recently, police arrested 37 protesters [some reports are that 36 were arrested], including 31 women, from the Chana Rakthin Network. The protesters gathered at the entrance of Government House to “demand that the government adhere to initial promises to delay an industrial project set to take place in the 16,700-rai Chana district in southeastern Songkhla.” The locals were made these promises by then minister Thammanat Prompao, but the regime now appears to be reneging. So they traveled to Bangkok to “remind” the government. Prime Minister Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha demies there was ever an agreement. A representative of the protesters stated: They have been charged with the violation of the emergency decree and the police are looking to file more charges against them since the protesters are not willing to accept the proposal for them to stop protesting against the project if they were to be released…. When the police grabbed the protesters, they blocked the media. Just another day in broken promises, lies, and policing for the regime. And, a background to the role of the NHRC. According to the Bangkok Post: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Tuesday issued a statement calling for the government to unconditionally release the 36 protesters of the Chana Rakthin Network detained on Monday night…. On Tuesday morning, NHRC commissioners Preeda Kongpaen and Sayamon Kaiyurawong paid a visit to the arrested protesters, who were detained at the Police Club on Vibhavadi Rangsit road. The NHRC statement declared “the protesters had the right to expression of their views and to gather peacefully under the 2017 constitution…”, and “called for the unconditional release of the protesters.” And, it added, “[m]embers of the media and observers should be allowed to report on all developments surrounding the project without being obstructed…”. Maybe we have just missed the NHRC being busily at work, but we do not recall such statements when monarchy reform protesters have been attacked, arrested, and held without bail. We do not recall much reporting of the NHRC demanding that police stop attacking and impeding journalists covering those demonstrations. Just another day in the land of double standards. I have long looked forward to the time when we could devise a political system, suited both to our traditions and to the demands of the modern world. A democracy that has nonviolence and peace at its roots. There are many advantages to such a step and it will enable Thailand to become a true and complete democracy. I hope that these moves will allow the people of Thailand to have a clear say in determining the future of their country. The idea that people can live together freely as individuals, equal in principle and therefore responsible for each other, essentially agrees with the Buddhist disposition. The Buddha saw that life's very purpose is happiness. He also saw that while ignorance binds beings in endless frustration and suffering, wisdom is liberating. Modern democracy is based on the principle that all human beings are essentially equal, that each of us has an equal right to life, liberty, and happiness. Buddhism too recognises that human beings are entitled to dignity, that all members of the human family have an equal and inalienable right to liberty, not just in terms of political freedom, but also at the fundamental level of freedom from fear and want. Irrespective of whether we are rich or poor, educated or uneducated, belonging to one nation or another, to one religion or another, adhering to this ideology or that, each of us is just a human being like everyone else. Not only do we all desire happiness and seek to avoid suffering, but each of us has an equal right to pursue these goals. The institution the Buddha established was the Sangha or monastic community, which functioned on largely democratic lines. Within this fraternity, individuals were equal, whatever their social class or caste origins. The only slight difference in status depended on seniority of ordination. Individual freedom, exemplified by liberation or enlightenment, was the primary focus of the entire community and was achieved by cultivating the mind in meditation. Nevertheless, day to day relations were conducted on the basis of generosity, consideration, and gentleness towards others. By pursuing the homeless life, monks detached themselves from the concerns of property. However, they did not live in total isolation. Their custom of begging for alms only served to strengthen their awareness of their dependence on other people. Within the community decisions were taken by vote and differences were settled by consensus. Thus, the Sangha served as a model for social equality, sharing of resources and democratic process. Buddhism is essentially a practical doctrine. In addressing the fundamental problem of human suffering, it does not insist on a single solution. Recognising that human beings differ widely in their needs, dispositions and abilities, it acknowledges that the paths to peace and happiness are many. As a spiritual community its cohesion has sprung from a unifying sense of brotherhood and sisterhood. Without any apparent centralized authority Buddhism has endured for more than two thousand five hundred years. It has flourished in a diversity of forms, while repeatedly renewing, through study and practice, its roots in the teachings of the Buddha. This kind of pluralistic approach, in which individuals themselves are responsible, is very much in accord with a democratic outlook. We all desire freedom, but what distinguishes human beings is their intelligence. As free human beings we can use our unique intelligence to try to understand ourselves and our world. The Buddha made it clear that his followers were not to take even what he said at face value, but were to examine and test it as a goldsmith tests the quality of gold. But if we are prevented from using our discrimination and creativity, we lose one of the basic characteristics of a human being. Therefore, the political, social and cultural freedom that democracy entails is of immense value and importance. No system of government is perfect, but democracy is closest to our essential human nature. It is also the only stable foundation upon which a just and free global political structure can be built. So it is in all our interests that those of us who already enjoy democracy should actively support everybody's right to do so. Brute force, no matter how strongly applied, can never subdue the basic human desire for freedom. The hundreds of thousands of people who marched in the cities of Eastern Europe proved this. They simply expressed the human need for freedom and democracy. Their demands had nothing to do with some new ideology; they were simply expressing their heartfelt desire for freedom. It is not enough, as communist systems have assumed, merely to provide people with food, shelter and clothing. Our deeper nature requires that we breathe the precious air of liberty. The peaceful revolutions in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe have taught us many great lessons. One is the value of truth. People do not like to be bullied, cheated or lied to by either an individual or a system. Such acts are contrary to the essential human spirit. Therefore, those who practice deception and use force may achieve considerable short-term success, but eventually they will be overthrown. Truth is the best guarantor and the real foundation of freedom and democracy. It does not matter whether you are weak or strong or whether your cause has many or few adherents, truth will still prevail. Recently, many successful freedom movements have been based on the true expression of people's most basic feelings. This is a valuable reminder that truth itself is still seriously lacking in much of our political life. Especially in the conduct of international relations we pay very little respect to truth. Inevitably, weaker nations are manipulated and oppressed by stronger ones, just as the weaker sections of most societies suffer at the hands of the more affluent and powerful. In the past, the simple expression of truth has usually been dismissed as unrealistic, but these last few years have proved that it is an immense force in the human mind, and, as a result, in the shaping of history. We find that the world has grown smaller and the world's people have become almost one community. We are also being drawn together by the grave problems we face: overpopulation, dwindling natural resources, and an environmental crisis that threaten the very foundation of existence on this small planet we share. I believe that to meet the challenge of our times, human beings will have to develop a greater sense of universal responsibility. Each of us must learn to work not just for his or her own self, family or nation, but for the benefit of all humankind. Universal responsibility is the real key to human survival. It is the best foundation for world peace, the equitable use of natural resources, and the proper care of the environment. This urgent need for cooperation can only strengthen mankind, because it helps us recognize that the most secure foundation for the new world order is not simply broader political and economic alliances, but each individual's genuine practice of love and compassion. These qualities are the ultimate source of human happiness, and our need for them lies at the very core of our being. The practice of compassion is not just a symptom of unrealistic idealism, but the most effective way to pursue the best interests of others as well our own. The more we - as nations or as individuals - depend upon others, the more it is in our own best interests to ensure their well-being. Despite the rapid advances made by civilization, I believe that the most immediate cause of our present dilemma is our undue emphasis solely on material development. We have become so engrossed in its pursuit that, without even knowing it, we have neglected to foster the most basic human needs of love, kindness, cooperation and caring. If we do not know someone or do not feel connected to a particular individual or group, we simply overlook their needs. And yet the development of human society is based entirely on people helping each other. Once we have lost the essential humanity that is our foundation, what is the point of pursuing only material improvement? In the present circumstances, no one can afford to assume that someone else will solve our problems. Every individual has a responsibility to help guide our global family in the right direction and we must each assume that responsibility. What we have to aim at is the common cause of our society. If society as a whole is well off, every individual or association within it will naturally gain from it. They will naturally be happy. However, if society as a whole collapses, then where can we turn to fight for and demand our rights? I, for one, truly believe that individuals can make a difference in society. As a Buddhist monk, I try to develop compassion myself - not just from a religious point of view, but from a humanitarian one as well. To encourage myself in this altruistic attitude, I sometimes find it helpful to imagine myself, a single individual, on one side and on the other a huge gathering of all other human beings. Then I ask myself, 'Whose interests are more important?' To me it is then quite clear that, however important I may feel, I am only one, while others form the majority. So don't keep arresting protestors and looking them up in prison unless the have committed some act of violence. Erik JC Young The tongue like a sharp knife… Kills without drawing blood.