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In this time of virus COVID- 19 expanding cover worldwide. It caused everyone to stay home while you have no

necessary to go out, or you risk to infection. At first, you've to study the extreme affective of this virus, it can kill

you easily.

However, if we go together in the preventive completely, you'll safe also.

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Thursday, May 28, 2020
 

Four medics questioned in ‘wombs-for-hire’ case

May 27. 2020
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Four medics accused of involvement in an international “wombs-for-hire” surrogacy scheme surrendered themselves to police on Wednesday (May 27).
 

Among them was a Bangkok doctor allegedly responsible for inseminating the wombs of surrogate mothers with embryos. On Tuesday, police arrested a woman suspected of helping run the surrogacy operation from a house in Phra Pradaeng district, Samut Prakan.

Police said that about 10 suspected members of the surrogacy ring are being sought, several of them are doctors or medically trained.

Those who have given themselves up already have been interrogated and released on Bt220,000 bail surety.

Commercial surrogacy is illegal in Thailand.

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Thai scientists developing ‘gold standard’ PPE suits

 

 

May 27. 2020

 

Photo credit: Hfocus
Photo credit: Hfocus

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Thai scientists are developing Level 4 bio-hazard suits in a bid to reduce the country’s reliance on foreign imports of personal protective equipment (PPE) during the Covid-19 crisis.

 

 

The (GPO) together with the Textile Industry Development Institute and the Textile Federation of Thailand are producing 100,000 sets of their "We Fight" edition Level 2 PPE suits, which will be ready for delivery in June and July. The Level 2 suits are made from polyester fabric with a waterproof coating, and can be washed for reuse up to 20 times. They will be delivered to hospitals to reduce the cost of importing from abroad and support domestic Thai development and manufacture of medical equipment.

 

The level 2 suit protects medial staff from low to medium infection risk enabling them to safely care for patients who don’t need a respirator, to collect samples, and to screen patients. The first batch of 44,000 suits are expected to be delivered by the end of May, each worth around Bt500.

 

Photo credit: Hfocus

 

Photo credit: Hfocus

 

The Health Ministry’s Dr Sopon said Thailand would also soon be able to produce its own Level 4 suits. However, the main development focus is on the production of level 2 PPE, which accounts for up to 80 per cent of the protective gear used during the virus crisis. Level 4 PPE is used only in cases of high risk.

 

The level 4 PPE suits are single-use and cost around Bt300 per set – about the same price as an imported suit. THE GPO expects that about 100,000 sets will be needed.

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Seven Thais returning from three countries under observation for Covid-19

 

 

May 28. 2020

 

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Seven out of the 226 Thais who returned home on Wednesday (May 27) from the Netherlands, Canada and Hong Kong were classified as PUI (patient under investigation) as they showed symptoms similar to Covid-19, Suvarnabhumi Airport deputy director Kittipong Kittikachorn said on Wednesday.

 

 

“Of the 42 Thais who departed from the Netherlands on KLM Airlines Flight KL 875 and arrived at noon, 41 passed the screening procedures but one returnee was classified as PUI and rushed to hospital for detailed examination.” he said. “The rest of the passengers were later transported to quarantine facilities in Samut Prakan province to complete the mandatory 14-day quarantine. The flight also flew four foreigners -- two Danish, one Norwegian and one Swiss -- who were transported to the quarantine facilities of their respective embassies.”

 

Two out of 100 passengers travelling on Nippon Airways Flight NH 847 from Canada, which arrived at 3pm, were classified as PUI and rushed to hospital. The rest were transported to quarantine facilities in Bangkok. The flight also carried one Canadian who is a staff of the Canada Embassy and was transported to the embassy’s quarantine facility.

 

Four out of 85 Thais who departed from Hong Kong on Cathay Pacific Flight CX 701 and arrived at 5.20pm were classified as PUI and rushed to hospital. The rest were sent to quarantine facilities in Chonburi province.

Thailand's Jazz keen to strike happy tune when golf returns

May 28. 2020
From left Samantha, Coco, Daniel Chorpra, Casper, caddie Camp Pulit and Jazz Janewattanananond
From left Samantha, Coco, Daniel Chorpra, Casper, caddie Camp Pulit and Jazz Janewattanananond

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Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond is itching to get back onto the tee and reignite his PGA TOUR dream.

Jazz, 24, is slated to feature in other tournaments including the RBC Heritage, The Memorial Tournament and WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational, appearances he hopes will help him secure membership on the PGA TOUR. He can also look forward to three of the four majors in the reimagined 2020 schedule.

“I might be seeking asylum here,” joked Jazz in a telephone interview.

“These next few events … it’s going to be great. I won’t really care what I shoot honestly, I just want to play tournament golf again. I’ve got a few other events lined up and my team is asking for invites. I’m lucky we get to play golf again as every tour around the world is closed.”

His American dream, though, has come with some personal sacrifices. He has been away from his close-knit family since late February and opting to remain in the U.S. during the enforced shutdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic was made worse with the death of his grandfather recently.“I’ve tried to keep the spirit up. It feels like you’re in a tunnel and I’m trying to get to the end of the tunnel. It’s tough when you’re far away from home,” he said.

“A few weeks ago, my grandfather passed away and I was sad I couldn’t be there for my mum and family. I miss them very much but thanks to technology, we Facetime regularly. They are letting me do what I want and reminding me to stay safe and healthy.”

What Jazz wants is to join countryman Kiradech Aphibarnrat on the PGA TOUR as soon as possible. After winning four times in Asia last season to skyrocket up the world ranking, he followed up with a pair of top-five finishes in Hong Kong and Singapore in January before finishing T53 at the WGC-Mexico Championship. The Thai missed the cut at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill and then shot an opening 76 in THE PLAYERS Championship before the TOUR’s flagship event was cancelled due to the coronavirus.

“I want to have that feeling again, the kind of feeling you get when you’re in competition mode. I won’t say I crave for it but that’s why we play golf. You want to have that feeling,” said the reigning Asian Tour No. 1.

While he misses his family dearly, Jazz has inadvertently found comfort through an ‘adopted’ family, thanks to Daniel Chopra, a two-time PGA TOUR winner and Asian Tour regular. After bumping into Chopra at Bay Hill in the week leading up to the Arnold Palmer Invitational, the Swede invited Jazz to stay with his family and when the shutdown occurred on March 13, Chopra did not hesitate to invite Jazz and his caddie, Camp Pulit, back to his Orlando home to seek refuge.

“When the shutdown happened, I didn’t want to go back to Thailand as we weren’t sure how long the break would last. And then, our country shut down and it was too late to get home. I know Daniel as he plays in Asia but I didn’t realise he lives and practices at Bay Hill. We had a hotel room booked for two weeks but he made us stay with him. It was good to have some familiar faces around … it felt like family.”

HE is thankful the Chopras have helped ease the downtime. “Everything was closed here, except for stuff related to health and groceries. Our daily routine was wake up, think about what I’m going to eat next, stare out of the window, and repeat,” he laughed.

“When golf was restricted, we tried to spice things up in our daily life. We played basketball and Casper would beat us easily. I also spent time wake boarding and wake surfing and Samantha plays tennis so we played a bit to keep active.”

When golf facilities reopened, Jazz and Chopra participated in one-day competitions to get the adrenaline flowing again. “I just miss the travelling and going out to play, meeting new people. We played in several mini tour events … one day, we got up at 5am, drove for two hours to the course and teed up. I shot one-under in the first event and didn’t make my money back (from the entry fee) and in the second one, I shot two-under and tied Daniel in third place.”

The 46-year-old Chopra, who is of Indian-Swede parentage, won his first PGA TOUR event at the 2007 Ginn sur Mer Classic and two events later claimed the season-opening 2008 Sentry Tournament of Champions, beating Steve Stricker in a playoff.

Jazz has closely watched and learned from the Swede while practising together and also picked the brains of other PGA TOUR winners including Robert Damron and Dicky Pride during social rounds together.

“Daniel has a golf net at home and I’ve been grinding. We’ve played golf almost every day together and Daniel’s a great guy and a great golfer. He loves a side game and when he needs to make a putt, it just comes up for him. I guess that’s why he’s a PGA TOUR winner. Casper, who is 10, is a good golfer too. I wasn’t as good as him when I was his age and he would hit balls all day long. I consider myself a range rat but he’s out-practising all of us. It kind of gives us a boost for our love towards golf. It’s a good reminder,” said Jazz.

With international travel and requirements differing from one country to another, Jazz is looking at extending his visa to remain in the U.S. beyond its current expiration in August. With the U.S. Open slated in September and Masters Tournament in November, he is keeping his options open to staying on in the country for remainder of the year.

“If I go back to Thailand, I don’t know if we’ll have to go through quarantine or if it’ll be easy to return to the U.S. I’m happy here so maybe it’ll be better to stay on. No one expected this to happen in our lifetime. You’re just moving along and then this happens. A lot of people are more united and helping each other out and I think humanity will come out on the better side of this.

“For Daniel and Samantha to open up their home to me and my caddie, they have helped me out so much. You see the nicer part of people and the best of people coming out to help one another.”

 

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Thursday, March 28

 

 

 


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