Tourism-reliant Thailand aims to allow quarantine-free entry for vaccinated travelers to its prime destination from July 1.
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More than a million Thais have joined a Facebook group to discuss ways to leave the country for good.
Rice is the predominant source of nourishment each day for more than 3 billion people, and yet it hasn’t rallied anything like other agricultural commodities.
The reported spread in these handful of nations has been far more rapid, and signals the dangers of allowing the novel coronavirus to go uncontrolled.
The country markets itself as a liberal destination for LGBTQ people, yet the nation still doesn’t recognize same-sex unions. That could change as soon as this year.
Thailand moved a step closer to issuing vaccine certificates, with a panel of officials backing the proposal seen as a major milestone toward allowing the tourism-reliant nation to fully reopen to foreign visitors. The Health Ministry will issue documents to residents who have completed their ...
Thailand’s tourism reopening plans are gaining momentum as authorities roll out a national inoculation program and look into coronavirus vaccine passports and quarantine waivers. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha this week ordered officials to study vaccine certificates for international travel after signaling the tourism-reliant nation is ...
The no-confidence motion against the premier was rejected by 272 lawmakers, while 206 voted supported it.
The fresh charges appear to be a tactical shift in a bid to silence the key leaders of the protests.
The economy is estimated to have contracted 6% in 2020, the biggest decline since the Asian financial crisis.