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Omani Tourist racks up 50,000 baht bar bill in Pattaya

Omani Tourist racks up 50,000 baht bar bill in Pattaya, refuses to pay bill and claims didn’t know what ringing the bell meant Pattaya- A 33-year-old man from Oman out with his Thai girlfriend in Pattaya claimed that he didn’t know what ringing the bell meant this week when he rang the bell nearly twenty […]Read More

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iPhone 6 Stolen from Oman Tourist in Jomtien

At 2:00am on February 7th, Pattaya police were called to investigate the theft of an Apple iPhone 6 telephone from a swimming pool complex in Jomtien. Arriving at the scene, officers found a Mr. Ameen Al Brami, aged 26, from Oman. He is here in Pattaya enjoying a well-deserved break from back home, where he […]Read More

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Public Health Ministry confirms second MERS case, Omani Man

A man from Oman who arrived in Bangkok on Friday was today announced by the Ministry of Public Health to be the second confirmed MERS- CoV (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus) case in Thailand. Public Health Minister Dr Piyasakol Sakonsattayatorn told a Press conferecnce this morning that the 71-year Omani patient received medical treatment for […]Read More

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First 20 Mers-suspected people are free to go home, MOPH

NONTHABURI, 29 June 2015 (NNT) – The Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) has permitted the first twenty people who came into contact with 75-year-old Mers-infected Omani man to go home after the end of 14-day quarantine and they are confirmed free of the deadly virus. MOPH Minister Ratchata Ratchatanawin announced the official permission in a […]Read More

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MOPH successfully tracks down 36 people in contact with MERS-CoV

BANGKOK, 27 June 2015 (NNT) – The Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) has successfully got in touch with 36 people who were in close contact with the MERS-CoV patient. According to Acting Permanent Secretary for Public Health Surachet Satitniramai, all the 36 people consisting of the patient’s relatives, passengers seated near the patient, taxi drivers […]Read More

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MERS patient gets better, can eat by himself

The Department of Disease Control says the 75-year-old Mers-infected Omani patient under isolation care at the Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute (BIDI) can breathe and eat by himself while his sick son and brother are also getting better with no fever now. Dr Rungruang Kijpati, spokesman of the Department of Disease Control, said the condition of […]Read More

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First MERS Patient in Thailand, Officials Confirm

BANGKOK — An elderly man from Oman is the first person in Thailand to be infected with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), health officials said today. The 75-year-old patient arrived in Thailand on 15 June seeking treatment for heart disease at a private hospital in Bangkok, said Minister of Public Health Rachata Rachatanawin. Read more: […]Read More