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Tourism and Sports Ministry to reconsider the country’s reopening strategy

The worsening Covid-19 situation in Thailand has led the Tourism and Sports Ministry to reconsider the country’s reopening strategy, admitting some target destinations are still marred by soaring infections. However, the ministry insists on reopening Bangkok by this year as the capital is the heart of the tourism industry in Thailand. Full story: Bangkok Post […]Read More


Ministry of Tourism and Sports launches Safety Zone campaign for

BANGKOK (NNT) – The Ministry of Tourism and Sports is now assisting tourism businesses to adapt to new health and safety practices, aiming to make tourism attractions safe zones for post-COVID-19 tourism. The Ministry of Tourism and Sports (MOTS) has launched a Safety Zone seminar aimed to prepare tourism business for the future reopening of […]Read More


Public Can Register for Covid-19 Vaccination via “Mor Phrom V.2”

BANGKOK (NNT) – The Ministry of Public Health will allow the general public to register for Covid-19 vaccination via the ministry’s official group “Mor Phrom V.2” (doctors ready) from May 1. The ministry aims to vaccinate 16 million people in the first batch of registration, with priority given to those who carry risks of developing […]Read More


Indorama Ventures Welcomes Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment in

Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited (IVL), a world-class chemical company, led by Mr. Yash Lohia, Chief Sustainability Officer and management team, welcomed H.E. Mr. Varawut Silpa-archa, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE), together with Mrs. Asdaporn Krairapanond, Deputy Permanent Secretary of MNRE and Mr. Panuwat Sasomsub, Member of Parliament for Nakhon Pathom District 2, […]Read More


Foreign Ministry Defends Responses To Protesters

BANGKOK, Nov 27 (TNA) — The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs insisted that government responses to protesters complied with laws and international standards. Thanee Saengrat, the spokesman who is also the director-general of the Department of Information, made the statement in response to a joint announcement from 13 international civil society organizations that […]Read More


Foreign Affairs Ministry Ready for Long-Stay Visitors

BANGKOK, Oct 3 (TNA) – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has ordered Thai embassies and consulates-general worldwide to prepare for issuing visas for long-stay visitors. Natapanu Noppakhun, deputy spokesman of the ministry, said Special Tourist Visa (STV) would be issued for the foreigners who passed COVID-19 control measures and planned long stays in Thailand. Full […]Read More