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  1. Fifteen people arrested in Pattaya restaurant after police raid, were allegedly drinking alcohol and violating Covid-19 rules By Goong Nang(GN) PHOTO: Amphon Sangkaew/77kaoded Pattaya – The Pattaya City Police raided a restaurant in Jomtien last night September 22nd, 2021, allegedly finding both foreign nationals and Thais drinking alcohol that police said violated the Chonburi Disease Control order to control the spread of Covid -19. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1232704-fifteen-people-arrested-in-pattaya-restaurant-after-police-raid-were
  2. PHOTO: Amphon Sangkaew/77kaoded By Goong Nang(GN) Pattaya – The Pattaya City Police raided a restaurant in Jomtien last night September 22nd, 2021, allegedly finding both foreign nationals and Thais drinking alcohol that police said violated the Chonburi Disease Control order to control the spread of Covid -19. Additionally, under current national orders from the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration, or CCSA, sales of alcohol in restaurants are prohibited. Bars and entertainment venues have been legally closed since April 10th, 2021, approaching six
  3. Phuket domestic entry restrictions to be eased Oct 1 By The Phuket News Governor Narong announced the easing of entry restrictions yesterday (Sept 22). Photo: Phuket Radio Thailand PHUKET: Phuket officials have agreed to ease the restrictions on domestic entry to the province starting Oct 1 in a move aimed at encouraging travel to the island. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1232692-phuket-domestic-entry-restrictions-to-be-eased-oct-1/
  4. Governor Narong announced the easing of entry restrictions yesterday (Sept 22). Photo: Phuket Radio Thailand By The Phuket News PHUKET: Phuket officials have agreed to ease the restrictions on domestic entry to the province starting Oct 1 in a move aimed at encouraging travel to the island. Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew announced the easing of the screening measures at a meeting of the Phuket Communicable Disease Committee yesterday (Sept 22). The meeting resolved to relax travel to Phuket by allowing people to travel to Phuket by land, sea and
  5. Five traffic police kiosks in Bangkok torched during curfew Thursday morning A Metropolitan Police investigation got underway today (Thursday) following the torching of at least five police kiosks in Bangkok during the 9pm-4am curfew. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1232691-five-traffic-police-kiosks-in-bangkok-torched-during-curfew-thursday-morning/
  6. A Metropolitan Police investigation got underway today (Thursday) following the torching of at least five police kiosks in Bangkok during the 9pm-4am curfew. Teams from the Central Police Forensic Division were dispatched to the scenes, after the blazes were extinguished by firemen, to look for clues to help police track down the arsonists, who police believe belong to the same group. Police said that the incidents took place at between 2.25 – 2.54 am, with the police kiosk at Saphan Kwai intersection being torched, followed by four more at Pradipat, Si Ayutthaya, Mitsa
  7. Video: Royal Thai Police: Scandals bring renewed focus on force video screenshot Several high-profile scandals have put a spotlight on the workings of the Thai police force, which is directly controlled by the military-backed prime minister. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1232689-video-royal-thai-police-scandals-bring-renewed-focus-on-force/
  8. video screenshot Several high-profile scandals have put a spotlight on the workings of the Thai police force, which is directly controlled by the military-backed prime minister. It comes at a time when pro-democracy protests are finding new momentum. A warning, viewers may find some of the images in this report distressing. Al Jazeera’s Scott Heidler reports.
  9. Thailand to Receive Vaccine, Test Kits from Singapore BANGKOK, Sept 23 (TNA) – Singapore will send 122,400 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine made by AstraZeneca and 200,000 antigen test kits to Thailand in a vaccine swap agreement. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1232688-thailand-to-receive-vaccine-test-kits-from-singapore/
  10. BANGKOK, Sept 23 (TNA) – Singapore will send 122,400 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine made by AstraZeneca and 200,000 antigen test kits to Thailand in a vaccine swap agreement. Tanee Sangrat, director-general of the Foreign Ministry's Information Department, said the cabinet resolved on Sept 21 to accept the 122,400 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine from Singapore under a bilateral agreement on a COVID-19 vaccine swap to mutually support disease control efforts. Under the agreement, Thailand will return the vaccine to Singapore later. Full story: https://tna.mco
  11. Video: Gushing geyser floods noodle restaurant after pipe bursts on Friendship Highway Picture: Sanook A dramatic video from CCTV showed the moment that a a five meter tall geyser erupted following a burst water main outside a noodle shop on Mitraphap (friendship) Highway in Sung Noen district of Nakhon Ratchasima in Thailand's north eastern region. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1232687-video-gushing-geyser-floods-noodle-restaurant-after-pipe-bursts-on-friendship-highway/
  12. Picture: Sanook A dramatic video from CCTV showed the moment that a a five meter tall geyser erupted following a burst water main outside a noodle shop on Mitraphap (friendship) Highway in Sung Noen district of Nakhon Ratchasima in Thailand's north eastern region. Shop owner Wirapong Patpraphai told Sanook that as he was preparing to open at 6.30 am he heard a loud noise then the water started gushing and flowing into his restaurant. He was forced to flee until the flood subsided but reported that apart from having to clear up a lot of mud there was no damag
  13. Police station in Chiang Mai province declared control zone after Covid-19 cluster emerges file photo Thai media reported that the Covid-19 situation chief in Saraphi district of Chiang Mai Leryot Phuttachinorasakul had declared the Sarapee police station a control zone after three officers there tested positive for Covid. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1232684-police-station-in-chiang-mai-province-declared-control-zone-after-covid-19-cluster-emerges/
  14. file photo Thai media reported that the Covid-19 situation chief in Saraphi district of Chiang Mai Leryot Phuttachinorasakul had declared the Sarapee police station a control zone after three officers there tested positive for Covid. Members of the public have been asked to avoid the police station unless absolutely necessary until October 5th. Around 100 workers at the station are at risk of infection and in quarantine. This includes the investigative branch and regular and traffic police as well as canteen workers and administrative staff.
  15. Investigation launched into rifle toting cop in Phitsanulok Picture: Sanook A senior policeman of the rank of lieutenant colonel has been transferred to Phitsanulok HQ and a committee of inquiry has been set up after trouble at a Som Tam shop in Kamphaengphet. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1232682-investigation-launched-into-rifle-toting-cop-in-phitsanulok/
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