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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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CEOWORLD magazine's Health Care Index has revealed its list "Countries with the Best Health Care Systems 2021," which ra...
12/10/2021

CEOWORLD magazine's Health Care Index has revealed its list "Countries with the Best Health Care Systems 2021," which ranks 89 countries according to factors that contribute to overall health.

Thailand ranks 13th on the world list with an overall score on the Health Care Index of 59.52, making number one among ASEAN countries, followed by Singapore at 24th, Malaysia at 34th, the Philippines at 38th, Indonesia at 52nd, and Vietnam at 66th.

The Health Care Index is a statistical analysis of the overall quality of five variables in the health care system, including health care infrastructure, health care professionals (doctors, nursing staff, and other health workers) competencies, cost (USD per annum per capita), quality medicine availability, and government readiness. It also takes into consideration other factors, including environmental, access to clean water, sanitation, government readiness to impose penalties on risks such as to***co use, and obesity.

Source: https://ceoworld.biz/2021/04/27/revealed-countries-with-the-best-health-care-systems-2021

CEOWORLD magazine's Health Care Index has revealed its list "Countries with the Best Health Care Systems 2021," which ranks 89 countries according to factors that contribute to overall health.

Thailand ranks 13th on the world list with an overall score on the Health Care Index of 59.52, making number one among ASEAN countries, followed by Singapore at 24th, Malaysia at 34th, the Philippines at 38th, Indonesia at 52nd, and Vietnam at 66th.

The Health Care Index is a statistical analysis of the overall quality of five variables in the health care system, including health care infrastructure, health care professionals (doctors, nursing staff, and other health workers) competencies, cost (USD per annum per capita), quality medicine availability, and government readiness. It also takes into consideration other factors, including environmental, access to clean water, sanitation, government readiness to impose penalties on risks such as to***co use, and obesity.

Source: https://ceoworld.biz/2021/04/27/revealed-countries-with-the-best-health-care-systems-2021

The Prime Minister has asked the CCSA and the Ministry of Public Health to urgently consider allowing foreign visitors t...
11/10/2021

The Prime Minister has asked the CCSA and the Ministry of Public Health to urgently consider allowing foreign visitors to enter Thailand without any requirement for quarantine if they are fully vaccinated and arrive by air from low-risk countries.

All they would be required to do is to show an RT-PCR test result taken before they leave their home country, and do a test in Thailand. After that, they will be free to move around Thailand as Thais can do.

Some pilot countries on the low-risk, no-quarantine list to start off the scheme on 1 November include the United Kingdom, Singapore, Germany, China, and the United States. Other countries will be added to the list by 1 December. By 1 January, a much more extensive list should be presented.

Travelers from countries not on the list will still be welcomed, but they will be required to follow quarantine measures and other requirements.

Read more: https://thailand.prd.go.th/mobile_detail.php?cid=4&nid=11904

The Prime Minister has asked the CCSA and the Ministry of Public Health to urgently consider allowing foreign visitors to enter Thailand without any requirement for quarantine if they are fully vaccinated and arrive by air from low-risk countries.

All they would be required to do is to show an RT-PCR test result taken before they leave their home country, and do a test in Thailand. After that, they will be free to move around Thailand as Thais can do.

Some pilot countries on the low-risk, no-quarantine list to start off the scheme on 1 November include the United Kingdom, Singapore, Germany, China, and the United States. Other countries will be added to the list by 1 December. By 1 January, a much more extensive list should be presented.

Travelers from countries not on the list will still be welcomed, but they will be required to follow quarantine measures and other requirements.

Read more: https://thailand.prd.go.th/mobile_detail.php?cid=4&nid=11904

What are the mask requirements for children? From what age do they need to wear a mask?According to the Ministry of Publ...
11/10/2021

What are the mask requirements for children? From what age do they need to wear a mask?
According to the Ministry of Public Health, children aged two years and above should wear a mask. Those under two years old are not recommended to put on a mask because it may affect their safety.

Here are some suggestions on how to choose appropriate masks:
1. A surgical mask can be a medical mask certified by the Food and Drug Administration or simply a general type of mask (non-medical mask), consisting of three layers, with no pungent smell, stains, or tears on any parts. Please choose a lighter color to help you notice any stains, and check the expiration date, as well.
2. As for a cloth mask, it should be made of fabric with a dense texture, at least two layers of cotton or silk. Moreover, the size of the mask should fit the face.

In order to properly wear a mask, here are some useful suggestions:
* Make sure your mask covers your nose, mouth, and chin.
* Clean your hands before you put your mask on, before and after you take it off, and after you touch it at any time.
* When you take off your mask, put it in a clean plastic bag, and every day either wash it, if it's a fabric mask, or dispose of it in a trash bin if it's a medical mask.
* Don't use masks with valves.

Thai Pavilion at Dubai’s World Expo gains attention from visitorsAfter officially opening the beautiful, flower-adorned ...
11/10/2021

Thai Pavilion at Dubai’s World Expo gains attention from visitors

After officially opening the beautiful, flower-adorned doors of the Thailand Pavilion in an elegant ceremony held on 1 October 2021, the vibrant destination has revealed more details about what visitors can expect from our exciting line-up of special events, from now until 31 March 2022.

The Thai Pavilion at Dubai’s World Expo is “the biggest and most impressive pavilion in more than 150 years,” with an area of over 3,600 sq. m, under the theme of “Miracle of Smiles.” Guests and visitors will be able to enjoy the authentic taste of Thai food, a selection of craft products from Thailand, and contemporary Thai performances under the theme "Thai Iconic.”

Many symbols are used to illustrate Thai values, beliefs, and ways of life, such as the brilliant, warm color of gold, which is the dominant color in traditional Thai architecture, as well as floral garlands, the Thai art of floral arrangement, the symbol of a warm welcome for auspicious occasions.

The “wai” is a beautiful Thai mannerism. One of its most important meanings, known worldwide, is “Sawasdee,” which means “Welcome to the Thailand Pavilion.” This renowned greeting is presented through distinctive and exclusive architectural elements of the building, especially an arched entrance similar to a person performing a wai.

Additionally, the arched entrance symbolizes a specific characteristic of Thai architecture, widely seen at many places, such as the pagoda of Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn), or the gable of a traditional Thai house.

For more information about the full program of special events at the Thailand Pavilion, visit https://www.expo2020dubaithailand.com/.
Facebook / Instagram: Expo 2020 Dubai Thailand

To commemorate the late King of Thailand “King Rama 9” on the 13th October this year, the Government Public Relations De...
11/10/2021
CU Piano Rectical - Still on my Mind by H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej

To commemorate the late King of Thailand “King Rama 9” on the 13th October this year, the Government Public Relations Department will present you romantic phrases from the Royal Songs composed by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej in honoring His Majesty from 11th October till 13th October 2021.

His Majesty King Bhumibol was a remarkable writer and musician. Among his 48 compositions, there are five songs in which His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej composed both the melody and lyrics himself including "Echo", "Still on My Mind", "Old-Fashioned Melody", "No Moon" and "Dream Island". They are commonly known as "The Five Love Songs" as they were dedicated to his wife, Queen Sirikit.

ในดวงใจนิรันดร์ (Still on my Mind) เพลงพระราชนิพนธ์ในพระบาทสมเด็จพระปรมินทรมหาภูมิพลอดุลยเดชCU Piano RecitalPhanuphong ThongkhamRehearsal Director: Assoc. P...

11/10/2021
Thailand - Even More Amazing

It’s been a long time, and we know you still remember the last time you’ve had a wonderful time in our country. Right now, the wait is almost over, and you know what? Even more amazing experiences are waiting for you in Thailand.

#amazingthailand

Source: TATNews.org

Ranking of 10 provinces with highest COVID-19 transmission, as of 11 October 2021
11/10/2021

Ranking of 10 provinces with highest COVID-19 transmission, as of 11 October 2021

Ranking of 10 provinces with highest COVID-19 transmission, as of 11 October 2021

11/10/2021
Covid-19 Daily Briefing: 11 October 2021 / 13.00 hr.

📣📣 11 October 2021-- An update from the Thai government regarding Thailand's #COVID19 situation, reporting from the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA)

Highlight:

- There is a downward trend of COVID-19 infections in Asia, including Thailand. New cases in the Bangkok metropolitan area are also reducing. Government agencies are working hard on more efforts to keep this trend moving downward.

- There will be a General CCSA meeting on Thursday, 14 October 2021. The meeting will be chaired by the Prime Minister; the committee will review the situation and consider official announcements.

- During the COVID-19 period, it is important for us all to take a break and keep our mental health in good shape. If you feel stressed, you may find that talking to someone you trust is helpful. If you see your friends struggling, please offer them some help. By all means, do seek help from a professional should you find you need it.

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 11 October 2021Thailand reported 10,035 new confirmed cases: 39 from abroad, 9,996 fr...
11/10/2021

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 11 October 2021

Thailand reported 10,035 new confirmed cases: 39 from abroad, 9,996 from local transmission, with 60 deaths reported, making a total of 1,720,919 infections and 17,751 deaths.

😷New Confirmed Cases: 10,035
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 1,720,919 (+10,035)
👍🏻Recoveries: 1,592,903 (+10,590)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 110,265
📣Fatalities: 17,751 (+60)
💉Cumulative number of vaccination: 60,228,105

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 11 October 2021

Thailand reported 10,035 new confirmed cases: 39 from abroad, 9,996 from local transmission, with 60 deaths reported, making a total of 1,720,919 infections and 17,751 deaths.

😷New Confirmed Cases: 10,035
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 1,720,919 (+10,035)
👍🏻Recoveries: 1,592,903 (+10,590)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 110,265
📣Fatalities: 17,751 (+60)
💉Cumulative number of vaccination: 60,228,105

11/10/2021
Innovations in Agriculture

Thailand has long been known as an agricultural country as well as a significant food source for the world. The government encourages Thai farmers to adopt the use of technology and innovations in production processes to promote food security and overcome farming limitations.

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 10 October 2021Thailand reported 10,817 new confirmed cases: 63 from abroad, 10,754 f...
10/10/2021

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 10 October 2021

Thailand reported 10,817 new confirmed cases: 63 from abroad, 10,754 from local transmission, with 84 deaths reported, making a total of 1,710,884 infections and 17,691 deaths.

😷New Confirmed Cases: 10,817
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 1,710,884 (+10,817)
👍🏻Recoveries: 1,582,313 (+9,981)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 110,880
📣Fatalities: 17,691 (+84)
💉Cumulative number of vaccination: 59,593,624

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 10 October 2021

Thailand reported 10,817 new confirmed cases: 63 from abroad, 10,754 from local transmission, with 84 deaths reported, making a total of 1,710,884 infections and 17,691 deaths.

😷New Confirmed Cases: 10,817
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 1,710,884 (+10,817)
👍🏻Recoveries: 1,582,313 (+9,981)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 110,880
📣Fatalities: 17,691 (+84)
💉Cumulative number of vaccination: 59,593,624

Latest on Thailand's Entry Regulation (For Alternative Quarantine Travellers) From 1 October 2021, quarantine period is ...
09/10/2021

Latest on Thailand's Entry Regulation (For Alternative Quarantine Travellers)

From 1 October 2021, quarantine period is reduced from 14 days to 7 or 10 days for all air travellers. This applies to all travellers, regardless of their port of origin.

- Fully vaccinated travellers are eligible to 7-day quarantine. The travellers must complete their vaccination at least 14 days before departure from their port of origin.
- Unvaccinated or incomplete vaccination travellers are eligible for 10-day quarantine. This doesn’t apply to unvaccinated/incomplete vaccination children under 18-year old traveling with parents or guardian.
If the travellers has obtained COE issued before 1 October 2021 which identifying their period of quarantine for no less than 14 days, travellers shall prepare their original copy (or a print out of digital version) of Certificate of Vaccination to present upon arrival for Health Control officer consideration to reduce quarantine period.

List of accredited vaccines approved by WHO or the Ministry of Public Health of Thailand (as of 1 September 2021)
1. CoronaVac (2 doses)
2. AstraZeneca or Covishield made from SII (2 doses)
3. Pfizer – BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine or Comirnaty (2 doses)
4. Janssen or Janssen/Ad26.COV2.S (1 dose)
5. Moderna (2 doses)
6. Sinopharm vaccine or COVILO (2 doses)
7. Sputnik V (2 doses)

Learn more about requirement to enter Alternative Quarantine (AQ) for non-Thais as picture below. For more information from DCA Call Center (24 hours) at +662-572-8442

Source: https://www.facebook.com/ThaiConsular

Latest on Thailand's Entry Regulation (For Alternative Quarantine Travellers)

From 1 October 2021, quarantine period is reduced from 14 days to 7 or 10 days for all air travellers. This applies to all travellers, regardless of their port of origin.

- Fully vaccinated travellers are eligible to 7-day quarantine. The travellers must complete their vaccination at least 14 days before departure from their port of origin.
- Unvaccinated or incomplete vaccination travellers are eligible for 10-day quarantine. This doesn’t apply to unvaccinated/incomplete vaccination children under 18-year old traveling with parents or guardian.
If the travellers has obtained COE issued before 1 October 2021 which identifying their period of quarantine for no less than 14 days, travellers shall prepare their original copy (or a print out of digital version) of Certificate of Vaccination to present upon arrival for Health Control officer consideration to reduce quarantine period.

List of accredited vaccines approved by WHO or the Ministry of Public Health of Thailand (as of 1 September 2021)
1. CoronaVac (2 doses)
2. AstraZeneca or Covishield made from SII (2 doses)
3. Pfizer – BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine or Comirnaty (2 doses)
4. Janssen or Janssen/Ad26.COV2.S (1 dose)
5. Moderna (2 doses)
6. Sinopharm vaccine or COVILO (2 doses)
7. Sputnik V (2 doses)

Learn more about requirement to enter Alternative Quarantine (AQ) for non-Thais as picture below. For more information from DCA Call Center (24 hours) at +662-572-8442

Source: https://www.facebook.com/ThaiConsular

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 9 October 2021Thailand reported 10,630 new confirmed cases: 9 from abroad, 10,621 fro...
09/10/2021

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 9 October 2021

Thailand reported 10,630 new confirmed cases: 9 from abroad, 10,621 from local transmission, with 73 deaths reported, making a total of 1,700,067 infections and 17,607 deaths.

😷New Confirmed Cases: 10,630
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 1,700,067 (+10,630)
👍🏻Recoveries: 1,572,332 (+10,542)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 110,128
📣Fatalities: 17,607 (+73)
💉Cumulative number of vaccination: 59,308,772

#COVID19 situation in #Thailand as 9 October 2021

Thailand reported 10,630 new confirmed cases: 9 from abroad, 10,621 from local transmission, with 73 deaths reported, making a total of 1,700,067 infections and 17,607 deaths.

😷New Confirmed Cases: 10,630
🦠Cumulative number of cases: 1,700,067 (+10,630)
👍🏻Recoveries: 1,572,332 (+10,542)
🩺Receiving medical treatments: 110,128
📣Fatalities: 17,607 (+73)
💉Cumulative number of vaccination: 59,308,772

09/10/2021
E-sports in Thailand

The gaming industry in Thailand has grown rapidly, especially after the announcement from the Sports Authority of Thailand that e-sports will become a recognized sport. This makes the current number of players in Thailand more than 27 million.

From 11 October 2021, people who travel to Great Britain from Thailand and have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, ...
08/10/2021

From 11 October 2021, people who travel to Great Britain from Thailand and have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with doses from AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson, will be able to visit the UK without quarantine.

If travelers are not fully vaccinated or get vaccinations that are not recognized by the UK, they must provide a further PCR test one time, three days before entering the UK. After that, a 10-day home or hotel quarantine is required, along with testing for COVID on day two and day eight after arrival.

From 11 October 2021, people who travel to Great Britain from Thailand and have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with doses from AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson, will be able to visit the UK without quarantine.

If travelers are not fully vaccinated or get vaccinations that are not recognized by the UK, they must provide a further PCR test one time, three days before entering the UK. After that, a 10-day home or hotel quarantine is required, along with testing for COVID on day two and day eight after arrival.

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