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Now is the time for Thai people and people around the world to work together to deal with the effects of the COVID - 19 spread.
Virus. Because thousands of people die every day However, there are only 4 deaths in our country.

China is a country that will be a good idol, after reverting from worsening, for hasty compensation for countries including Thailand. By delivering medicine outside of the drug list.

Many thanks, today for Google Translate and G Grammarly as ever.

Medical supplies sent from China

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Nine Thai airlines get the nod to ground flights during Covid-19 crisis

Mar 25. 2020
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The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has allowed nine airlines to halt their flights due to the Covid-19 situation, director-general Chula Sukmanop said on Tuesday (March 24).

"However, they must have plans to compensate customers who have already bought their tickets and they must notify the customers of flight cancelations in advance.”

Thai Lion Air had earlier announced that they would suspend all domestic and international flights between March 25 and April 30, while THAI Smile, Thai AirAsia and Bangkok Airways also announced that they would suspend all international flights from March 22 until further notice.

THAI also announced on Tuesday that all TG flights to Europe will be suspended from April 1 to May 31, while regional flights (including Singapore) would be suspended from March 25 to May 31.

 The Ministry of Transport had earlier announced that airlines wishing to cancel their flights due to force majeure must compensate their customers by refunding the cost of tickets and other related fees. In case the customers had bought tickets with cash, the refund transaction must be completed within seven days of the customers submitting their request.

 

PM DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY

Mar 24. 2020
Stricter measures necessary if the siuation does not improve, PM says.
Stricter measures necessary if the siuation does not improve, PM says.
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Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha today (March 24) declared a state of emergency to contain the escalating Covid-19 pandemic.

The Cabinet today approved the emergency decree on public administration in an emergency situation.

The existing Covid-19 centre will be upgraded to the centre of state emergency to tackle all Covid-19 issues. Committees will be set up under the centre to monitor results of its announcements.

On March 26, the centre will announce the government's plan to contain the outbreak and enforce regulations. Stricter measures will be imposed if the situation does not improve, the premier added.

 Whether the government would order the closures of more public venues would depend on the situation at the time.

 The government spokeswoman Narumon Pinyosinwat said that the curfew issue was not discussed at the cabinet meeting today.

Three Covid-19 patients died on Monday while 106 new cases were confirmed, taking Thailand's total cases past 800, Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin, spokesman for the Public Health Ministry, said on Tuesday (March 24).

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