Tags : Red Cross


Recovered COVID-19 Patients Encouraged To Donate Plasma

BANGKOK, May 6 (TNA) – The National Blood Center of the Thai Red Cross Society invited the male COVID-19 cases who fully recovered and are healthy to donate plasma which supports COVID-19 treatment and reduces the degrees of illness. Assoc Prof Dr Dootchai Chaiwanichsiri, director of the National Blood Center, said plasma from the COVID-19 […]Read More


Thai Red Cross welcomes donations for southern flood victims

BANGKOK, 11 January 2017 (NNT) – The Thai Red Cross Society has been welcoming donations to help flood victims in the southern region. Acting chief of the Thai Red Cross Society’s Medicine and Other Medical Supplies Division Sumalin Silpipat said that donations of any kind, including cash and consumer products, are still welcome. Full story: […]Read More


Kanchanaburi organizes River Kwai Bridge and Red Cross Fair 2015

KANCHANABURI, 12 November 2015 (NNT) — Kanchanaburi Governor Sak Somboonto has announced that Kanchanaburi will present the River Kwai Bridge and Red Cross Fair 2015 from November 28 – December 7, 2015, at the River Kwai Bridge, Tha Makham subdistrict, Muang Kanchanaburi district, Kanchanaburi province. The event will honor His Majesty the King whose birthday […]Read More


Ayutthaya: Red Cross Bus Crash Injures Three

AYUTTHAYA — A double-decker bus operated by the Red Cross Society crashed in Ayutthaya province this morning, injuring three people. The incident took place at a petrol station on the 25 km. mark of 347 Pathum Thani – Bang Pahan Road. Police found the Red Cross’s damaged bus and an 18-wheeler truck at the scene. […]Read More


Urgent call for O-negative blood in Phuket to save Norwegian

PHUKET: The Phuket Regional Blood Center is calling for urgent donations of O-negative blood in order to save the life of a Norwegian man in the intensive care unit (ICU) at Bangkok Hospital Phuket. “The hospital said they need three units of O-negative to save the patient’s life,” PRBC Chief Pornthip Rattajak told the Phuket […]Read More


Thai Red Cross urges protesters not to use its emblem

BANGKOK, 22 January 2014 (NNT) – The Thai Red Cross Society is asking all sides not to use its logo in wrong purposes as it is a humanitarian organization that does not take sides. The Thai Red Cross Society posted a message on Facebook after a group of doctors and nurses had come out to […]Read More


Thai Red Cross pleads for urgent blood donation following blast

The Thai Red Cross Friday pleaded for urgent blood donations after a lot of blood units were sent to help hospitals taking care of Banthad Thong blast victims. The Thai Red Cross announced that the donation time for Friday has been extended to 7:30 pm. Read more: The Nation For further information, please contact Tel. […]Read More


Red Cross Fights Disease in Vietnam

The Vietnam Red Cross has launched a public education campaign to fight the spread of hand, foot and mouth disease in Vietnam. The organization issued an emergency appeal Tuesday for nearly $1 million in international donations to help fund a campaign aimed at more than 750,000 people in 13 provinces. Read more: VOANews.comRead More