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Thailand aims to roll-out its mix-and-match Covid-19 vaccination plan as early as October as the kingdom fights its worst Covid-19 outbreak.
Police in Thailand used water cannon to break up a demonstration at the national police headquarters on Tuesday, a day after clashes during which a young protester was left in a coma with a bullet lodged in his head.
Thai police used water cannon and tear gas to disperse protesters near the office of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha on Monday, as opposition parties moved to censure him in parliament over his handling of a Covid-19 crisis.
Thousands of protesters in cars and on bikes massed in Bangkok's central shopping district Sunday, one of several mobile rallies across Thailand demanding Premier Prayut Chan-O-Cha resign over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
More than a thousand Thai anti-government protesters clashed with police on Saturday night (Aug 7), as they demonstrated against the government's failure to handle coronavirus outbreaks and its impact on the economy.
A Thai court on Friday suspended the implementation of a government order to ban the dissemination of "false messages" and distorted news, ruling it breached individual rights and freedom enshrined in the constitution.
BANGKOK (Reuters): Bangkok "tuk tuk" taxi driver Samran Thammasa, 39, had never heard of K-pop star Jessica Jung before the coronavirus pandemic, but now the singer's Thai fans are helping him survive the loss of tourist customers.
AS the country struggles to slow its worst wave of Covid-19 infections, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha announced a one-month lockdown of camps where construction workers are housed in Bangkok and nine other areas.
BANGKOK (Reuters): A year after the start of student-led protests against Thailand's military-backed government, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-O-Cha is facing growing anger amid a mounting wave of coronavirus infections and a dismal economy.
Thailand: 'Phuket Sandboc' projected to draw more than 600, 000 visitors and baht15bil in three months
The reopening of popular resort island of Phuket starting July 1 is expected to draw more than 600, 000 foreign and local tourists and generate a cash flow of about 15 billion baht in the next three months.