1. Thailand to extend state of emergency to July 31 despite easing of lockdown  The Star Online
  2. Thailand to welcome six groups of foreigners starting July  The Sun Daily
  3. COVID-19: Bars, nightclubs to resume business in Thailand's fifth phase of reopening on July 1  CNA
  4. Thailand extends state of emergency until end of July; seven new Covid-19 cases – all in state quarantine  The Star Online
  5. Thailand to re-open bars, allow in medical, business travellers  Free Malaysia Today
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BANGKOK (The Straits Times/ANN): Thailand will extend its state of emergency, in place since late March, by another month to July 31, a government spokesman said on Monday (June 29). This is the third extension and comes despite there being no local cases reported in over a month and the easing of lockdown measures proceeding as planned.BANGKOK (The Straits Times/ANN): Thailand will extend its state of emergency, in place since late March, by another month to July 31, a government spokesman said on Monday (June 29). This is the third extension and comes despite there being no local cases reported in over a month and the easing of lockdown measures proceeding as planned.

Thailand to extend state of emergency to July 31 despite easing of lockdown | The Star

BANGKOK: Thailand today announced that it will allow six groups of foreigners to enter the kingdom starting July, as the country has recorded zero loc...BANGKOK: Thailand today announced that it will allow six groups of foreigners to enter the kingdom starting July, as the country has recorded zero loc...

Thailand to welcome six groups of foreigners starting July

BANGKOK - Thailand is to extend its state of emergency, in place since late March, by another month to July 31, a government spokesman said on Monday (June 29). This is the third extension and comes despite there being no local cases reported in over a month and the easing of lockdown measures proceeding as planned.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -BANGKOK - Thailand is to extend its state of emergency, in place since late March, by another month to July 31, a government spokesman said on Monday (June 29). This is the third

Coronavirus: Thailand to extend state of emergency to July 31 despite lockdown easing, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

The cabinet on Tuesday formally approved the extension of the emergency decree nationwide for another month, until July 31, as proposed by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, government spokeswoman Narumon Pinyosinwat said.The cabinet on Tuesday formally approved the extension of the emergency decree nationwide for another month, until July 31, as proposed by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, government spokeswoman Narumon Pinyosinwat said.

Cabinet extends emergency decree till July 31

CTN News - Thailand's Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) Chaired by Prime Minister has extended the state of emergency for another monthThailand’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) Chaired by Prime Minister has extended the state of emergency for another month, until July 31. The division comes after a meeting of the government’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA). The meeting, which was chaired by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, considered the fifth phase of lockdown easing, […]

Thailand's State of Emergency Extended Until End of July 2020

BANGKOK, June 30 — Thailand will allow pubs and bars to re-open tomorrow and plans to let in some foreign travellers after recording five weeks without any community transmission of the coronavirus, a government official said. Pubs, bars and karaoke venues will be able to operate until midnight...BANGKOK, June 30 — Thailand will allow pubs and bars to re-open tomorrow and plans to let in some foreign travellers after recording five weeks without any community transmission of the coronavirus, a government official said. Pubs, bars and karaoke venues will be able to operate until midnight...

Thailand to re-open bars and allow in some foreign travellers | World | Malay Mail

BANGKOK (Xinhua) — Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Monday expressed his gratitude via the Thai media for China's donation of a batch of medical equipment to fight the COVID-19 outbreak in Thailand.

China Donates Medical Equipment to Thailand to Stem COVID-19

BANGKOK -- Thailand's swift response to the coronavirus pandemic has drawn praise at home and abroad for being able to stop what was predicted to be a'Medical coup' fears spread as decree gives Prayuth sweeping powers

Thailand seeks to extend COVID emergency despite no new cases - Nikkei Asian Review

Thailand to ease nightlife lockdown, allow some entry to foreignersThailand to ease nightlife lockdown, allow some entry to foreigners

Thailand to ease nightlife lockdown, allow some entry to foreigners - RFI

Thailand on Tuesday extended an emergency decree until the end of July in a bid to avoid the risk of a second wave of the coronavirus, an official said, as the country was poised to reopen bars and allow some foreigners into the country.Thailand on Tuesday extended an emergency decree until the end of July in a bid to avoid the risk of a second wave of the coronavirus, an official said, as the country was poised to reopen bars and allow some foreigners into the country.

Thailand extends emergency decree until end of July - Reuters

Thailand is extending its emergency decree by another month. It was due to expire on Wednesday, but the prime minister says it should remain as a precaution.Thailand is extending its emergency decree by another month. It was due to expire on Wednesday, but the prime minister says it should remain as a precaution.

Thailand extends emergency again | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

At the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin, M.D., CCSA Spokesperson, responded to the media questions, gist of which is as follows: Even though there has been no new infected case in Thailand for 32 consecutive days, the number of Coronavirus (COVID-19) infected cases in several countries across the globe has continuously […]

Reopening Thailand for wellness and medical tourism excludes Coronavirus treatment service - Pattaya Mail

Thailand's nightlife will restart with some restrictions this week, the kingdom announced on Monday, part of a return to normalcy as it prepares toThailand’s nightlife will restart with some restrictions this week, the kingdom announced on Monday, part of a return to normalcy as it prepares to welcome business travelers and medical tour…

Thailand to open nightlife, let in some foreigners - Asia Times

Six more groups of foreigners are set to be allowed to enter Thailand in July, the government’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) announced on Monday (June 29). Authorities had already permitted experts and foreigners with Thai work permits to enter Thailand from July 1. The six additional groups proposed by the Foreign Affairs Ministry are: 1. Foreign spouses and... Six more groups of foreigners are set to be allowed to enter Thailand in July, the government’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) announced on Monday (June 29). Authorities had already permitted experts and foreigners with Thai work permits to enter Thailand from July 1. The six additional groups proposed by the Foreign Affairs Ministry are: 1. Foreign spouses and...

Another 6 groups of foreigners to be allowed entry in July, Asia News - AsiaOne

The country's tourism-reliant economy has been hit hard by the border closuresThe country's tourism-reliant economy has been hit hard by the border closures

COVID-19: Thailand to ease nightlife lockdown, allow some entry to foreigners | Asia – Gulf News

BANGKOK: Thailand will allow pubs and bars to reopen on Wednesday (Jul 1) and plans to let in some foreign travellers after recording five weeks ...BANGKOK: Thailand will allow pubs and bars to reopen on Wednesday (Jul 1) and plans to let in some foreign travellers after recording five weeks ...

COVID-19: Thailand to reopen bars, allow some foreigners in from Jul 1 - CNA

BANGKOK — Thailand will allow pubs and bars to reopen on Wednesday (July 1) and plans to let in some foreign travellers after recording five weeks without any community transmission of the coronavirus, a government official said. BANGKOK — Thailand will allow pubs and bars to reopen on Wednesday (July 1) and plans to let in some foreign travellers after recording five weeks without any community transmission of the coronavirus, a government official said.

Thailand to reopen bars and allow in some foreign travellers, including business visitors from Singapore

Thailand will allow pubs and bars to reopen on Wednesday and plans to let in some foreign travelers after recording five weeks without any community transmission of the coronavirus, a government official said.Thailand will allow pubs and bars to reopen on Wednesday and plans to let in some foreign travelers after recording five weeks without any community transmission of the coronavirus, a government official said.

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