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  1. Hundreds of angry macaques stop traffic as they fight for food in Lopburi Picture: Facebook Wisrut Suwanphak Remarkable footage shows the moment rival gangs of macaques fight off for food in Lopburi, bringing traffic to a standstill. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1225517-hundreds-of-angry-macaques-stop-traffic-as-they-fight-for-food-in-lopburi/
  2. Picture: Facebook Wisrut Suwanphak Remarkable footage shows the moment rival gangs of macaques fight off for food in Lopburi, bringing traffic to a standstill. Motorists had to wait in their vehicles for up to four minutes while the macaques brawled at a busy junction. The video was posted by Facebook user Wisrut Suwanphak on July 25 and has since gone viral. Lopburi is of course well known for its population of macaques, thousands of which roam the city freely and are typically a tourist attraction. However, with the lack of tourists
  3. Video: Thai-nado hits Chachoengsao! Like a helicopter landing reports resident Picture: Sanook Sanook reported on a video that they received that showed a waterspout or "Lom Nguang Chang" (Elephant trunk wind) hit Chachoengsao on the eastern seaboard. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1225508-video-thai-nado-hits-chachoengsao-like-a-helicopter-landing-reports-resident/
  4. Picture: Sanook Sanook reported on a video that they received that showed a waterspout or "Lom Nguang Chang" (Elephant trunk wind) hit Chachoengsao on the eastern seaboard. The storm developed in the Pak Nam sub-district of Bang Khla district with people sharing a local mayor's video. Somporn, 63, said it was fast moving and accompanied by lots of loud noises and lightning. She noted being scared and said it passed about 50 meters from her house and sounded as if a helicopter was landing. She said it blew stuff around but her hous
  5. Bangkok Administration Speeds up Proactive Rapid COVID-19 Tests By Subhabhong Rarueysong BANGKOK (NNT) - The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has sped up rapid antigen testing as the latest weapon in fighting the current wave of COVID-19 infections, which are threatening to overwhelm the country’s capital. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1225507-bangkok-administration-speeds-up-proactive-rapid-covid-19-tests/
  6. By Subhabhong Rarueysong BANGKOK (NNT) - The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has sped up rapid antigen testing as the latest weapon in fighting the current wave of COVID-19 infections, which are threatening to overwhelm the country’s capital. Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang said the BMA has, so far, deployed officials to conduct rapid COVID-19 tests on residents in six districts. The test kits provide results within 30 minutes and are over 90% accurate. He said people who return a negative result will be allowed to return home, while those who t
  7. Roche ready to release its COVID-19 Antigen Test Kit By Tarin Angskul Roche is ready to make its COVID-19 Antigen Test Kit (Home Use) available, allowing antigen self-testing at home, after the kit was approved by the Thai FDA—aiming to reduce the risk of domestic transmission. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1225505-roche-ready-to-release-its-covid-19-antigen-test-kit/
  8. By Tarin Angskul Roche is ready to make its COVID-19 Antigen Test Kit (Home Use) available, allowing antigen self-testing at home, after the kit was approved by the Thai FDA—aiming to reduce the risk of domestic transmission Roche Diagnostics (Thailand) Co., Ltd, today announced it had received Thai Food and Drug Administration approval of its COVID-19 Antigen Self-Test for at-home testing, on July 15, 2021. The test will be available for purchase through licensed pharmacies and at other locations in accordance with local guidelines, in packs of five tests.
  9. Phuket ‘sandbox’ continues despite more closures amid surge in COVID-19 cases Image Credit: Phuket 101 Photo from https://wwwphuket101.net The Phuket “sandbox” scheme, in which fully vaccinated COVID-19 negative foreign tourists are allowed into the country through the island, without quarantine, as an initial step in the country’s reopening to international arrivals, will continue, despite the announcement of closures of more venues in response to rising coronavirus infections on the island and in many other parts of the country. Full story: https://as
  10. Image Credit: Phuket 101 Photo from https://wwwphuket101.net The Phuket “sandbox” scheme, in which fully vaccinated COVID-19 negative foreign tourists are allowed into the country through the island, without quarantine, as an initial step in the country’s reopening to international arrivals, will continue, despite the announcement of closures of more venues in response to rising coronavirus infections on the island and in many other parts of the country. Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew said yesterday (Monday) the increase of new infections to 28 cases yesterday, one of
  11. Pfizer jabs for 10,000 baht and cop dying from AZ jabs are fake news, say RTP Picture: Daily News Royal Thai Police spokesman Pol Col Siriwat Deephor gave the details of three cases of fake news being shared online investigated by tech police and the Digital Economy and Society ministry. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1225503-pfizer-jabs-for-10000-baht-and-cop-dying-from-az-jabs-are-fake-news-say-rtp/
  12. Picture: Daily News Royal Thai Police spokesman Pol Col Siriwat Deephor gave the details of three cases of fake news being shared online investigated by tech police and the Digital Economy and Society ministry. The first involved claims that a senior police sergeant in Phrae in the north of Thailand died after receiving two doses of Astra Zeneca vaccine. It was alleged that he had no underlying health concerns. The truth was that Watcharakorn Bunta died from a brain hemorrhage and had high blood pressure and lipidemia. He had in fact received on
  13. Health Ministry reassures Pfizer booster available to healthcare workers By Tanakorn Sangiam BANGKOK (NNT) - The Ministry of Public Health has stressed 500,000 doses of Pfizer jabs from the 1.54 million donated by the U.S. government will be reserved for healthcare workers, while denying rumors some doses are reserved for VIPs. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1225501-health-ministry-reassures-pfizer-booster-available-to-healthcare-workers/
  14. By Tanakorn Sangiam BANGKOK (NNT) - The Ministry of Public Health has stressed 500,000 doses of Pfizer jabs from the 1.54 million donated by the U.S. government will be reserved for healthcare workers, while denying rumors some doses are reserved for VIPs. The Ministry of Public Health’s Spokesman Dr Rungruang Kitpati today assured the community that at least 500,000 doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine donated by the U.S. government are being reserved for healthcare professionals and frontline workers. His remarks came after a rumor shared on social media, clai
  15. Give foreigners thirty year visas for million dollar investment and watch land prices rocket, says Phuket group Picture: Bangkok Business News A Phuket real estate group has thrown it's support behind plans that have been presented to the government to attract a million foreigners to Thailand. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1225498-give-foreigners-thirty-year-visas-for-million-dollar-investment-and-watch-land-prices-rocket-says-phuket-group/
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