Jump to content

webfact

Admin
  • Content Count

    331206
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by webfact

  1. Version 1.0.0

    1 download

    Hot Magazine: Read the online issue 7, Volume 9, July 2021 by clicking on the green button or read the online version here
  2. HOT Magazine, Issue 7, Volume 9 View File Hot Magazine: Read the online issue 7, Volume 9, July 2021 by clicking on the green button or read the online version here Submitter webfact Submitted 08/02/21 Category Thaivisa Members Files  
  3. Many recovered asymptomatic, mild cases in Bangkok’s 43 ‘community isolation’ venues go home Many “green” COVID-19 cases, or those who are asymptomatic or with mild symptoms, in Bangkok’s 43 community isolation facilities have returned home after recovering and being cleared of the virus, according to Bangkok City Hall, as Thailand’s daily infection and death rates remain very high. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1226190-many-recovered-asymptomatic-mild-cases-in-bangkok’s-43-‘community-isolation’-venues-go-home/
  4. Many “green” COVID-19 cases, or those who are asymptomatic or with mild symptoms, in Bangkok’s 43 community isolation facilities have returned home after recovering and being cleared of the virus, according to Bangkok City Hall, as Thailand’s daily infection and death rates remain very high. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is planning to set up 60 community isolation facilities, which are designed to separate the infected from their homes and communities, amid an acute hospital bed shortage nationally, and to give them basic medical treatment. If their symptoms become
  5. Thailand’s herbal heroes stand ready to fight against COVID-19 Green Chiretta (Fah Talai Jone) and certain other medicinal herbs are selling like hotcakes now that the public has realized they can help keep COVID-19 at bay. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1226188-thailand’s-herbal-heroes-stand-ready-to-fight-against-covid-19/
  6. Green Chiretta (Fah Talai Jone) and certain other medicinal herbs are selling like hotcakes now that the public has realized they can help keep COVID-19 at bay. The Public Health Ministry recently endorsed Fah Talai Jone (also known as Andrographis paniculate) as a medication for mild symptoms of the viral disease. “Other herbs like fingerroot [krachai] can also be used to fight COVID-19 and boost immunity,” said Dr. Amporn Benjaponpithak, who serves as director-general of the Department of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine (DTAM). Full story: https:
  7. Samui: 345 foreign tourists in 15 days - 221 of these from Phuket Sandbox File photo//Wikipedia A meeting conducted by Surat Thani deputy governor Sakdaporn Rattanasupha on Saturday noted that 345 foreign tourists had entered the Samui Plus Model reopening plan in the first 15 days since it began. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1226186-samui-345-foreign-tourists-in-15-days-221-of-these-from-phuket-sandbox/
  8. File photo//Wikipedia A meeting conducted by Surat Thani deputy governor Sakdaporn Rattanasupha on Saturday noted that 345 foreign tourists had entered the Samui Plus Model reopening plan in the first 15 days since it began. This was 134 tourists who arrived in Samui. Seven had found their way to Koh Phangan and 3 to Koh Tao under the 7+7 day scheme. Of the arrivals in Samui 211 had come from the Phuket Sandbox after completing enough time there. None arrived from there on Saturday, however. Only one of the 134 had tested positive for Covid-19 af
  9. Prayuth stands by Phuket Sandbox despite closure of holiday island Sanook declared that the Thai prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha would not be defeated. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1226185-prayuth-stands-by-phuket-sandbox-despite-closure-of-holiday-island/
  10. Sanook declared that the Thai prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha would not be defeated. He was standing by the Phuket Sandbox reopening to foreign tourists. This despite the fact that the island will be almost completely sealed off from the rest of the country from August 3rd to 16th. The PM expressed his confidence in the measures in place in Phuket through his spokesman Anucha Buraphachaisri yesterday. Plans are now in place to move migrant workers in Phuket to protect the tourism plan as well as closures of more risky sites. The me
  11. Thai man turned to gambling to solve Covid-19 woes - when that failed he robbed two 7-Elevens Picture: Daily News Klong Tan police in Bangkok announced the arrest of a 30 year old Thai man from Naratiwas in the far south. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1226184-thai-man-turned-to-gambling-to-solve-covid-19-woes-when-that-failed-he-robbed-two-7-elevens/
  12. Picture: Daily News Klong Tan police in Bangkok announced the arrest of a 30 year old Thai man from Naratiwas in the far south. Sukipree said that he had lost his job due to the pandemic and then turned to gambling to try and recoup his losses. When that failed he got a knife and robbed two 7-Eleven stores. Police used CCTV to trace the motorcycle he used in pursuit of his crimes and arrested him in Soi On Nut 46. Clothes, a penknife and a 125 cc motorcycle and helmet were taken into evidence, reported Daily News.
  13. Phuket Sandbox: 14,000 "foreign" tourists have spent 800 million baht - spending options limited Picture: Manager Manager reported Tourism Authority of Thailand figures that suggested in the first month of the much heralded Phuket Sandbox 14,055 foreign tourists had visited the holiday island and spent 800 million baht. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1226182-phuket-sandbox-14000-foreign-tourists-have-spent-800-million-baht-spending-options-limited/
  14. Picture: Manager Manager reported Tourism Authority of Thailand figures that suggested in the first month of the much heralded Phuket Sandbox 14,055 foreign tourists had visited the holiday island and spent 800 million baht. But they listed Thais as being part of that number in third place of total visitors, notes ASEAN NOW. On Saturday seven flights arrived with a total of 773 passengers. This brought the total for July since the July 1st opening to 14,055. Thirty two of these were tested positive for Covid-19. Picture: Manage
  15. Rumours of coup in Thailand is fake news: Thai police Picture: Daily News Daily News said that the army investigated claims yesterday made online that the Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha had been arrested. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1226178-rumours-of-coup-in-thailand-is-fake-news-thai-police/
  16. Picture: Daily News Daily News said that the army investigated claims yesterday made online that the Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha had been arrested. It was claimed that the PM - named as Big Too in the media's headline - had been arrested by 300 soldiers at his residence. His residence is in an army base in the north of the Thai capital Bangkok. It was further claimed that a coup d'etat had been mounted. The army determined that this was not the case and was indeed all fake news. The army's legal affairs depar
  17. Thai police bust online gambling site with 1.5 billion baht turnover Picture: Daily News Thai police announced that three places in Bangkok and Kamphaeng Phet had been raided in connection with a big online gambling operation. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1226177-thai-police-bust-online-gambling-site-with-15-billion-baht-turnover/
  18. Picture: Daily News Thai police announced that three places in Bangkok and Kamphaeng Phet had been raided in connection with a big online gambling operation. It had a turnover of 250 million a month and in six months had done 1.5 billion baht worth of business. Two women were arrested and assets were seized, though these were not itemized in the Daily News report. The media said that the this gang linked their website via a live streaming link to a casino in Cambodia. It was run only by Thais. People can call the tech po
  19. Thai PM turns to Sputnik V jabs Picture: Daily News Thai prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha is turning to the Russian produced Sputnik V vaccine for his frontline health workers. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1226172-thai-pm-turns-to-sputnik-v-jabs/
  20. Picture: Daily News Thai prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha is turning to the Russian produced Sputnik V vaccine for his frontline health workers. This was revealed in a video conference meeting of the CCSA main committee that Prayuth chaired yesterday. The PM said that the necessary paperwork for Sputnik was being worked on. The PM also commented upon the necessity that Rapid Antigen Tests are controlled and the price is regulated. It was noted that infections in Bangkok were slowing but in the provinces they were on an upward traje
  21. Southern islands tourism latest: Krabi Sandbox postponed, Phuket and Samui press on Channel 7 TV news reported on the latest situation on the southern Thai islands at the center of plans to reopen to foreign tourists. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1226161-southern-islands-tourism-latest-krabi-sandbox-postponed-phuket-and-samui-press-on/
  22. Channel 7 TV news reported on the latest situation on the southern Thai islands at the center of plans to reopen to foreign tourists. Suspended for now is the Krabi Sandbox that was supposed to begin as an entension of the Phuket Sandbox. Visitors will not be allowed to travel to Koh Hong, Railey beach and Koh Phi Phi, all concerned parties agreed. However, Channel 7 said it would begin in August "for sure" without quoting anyone in particular. The Phuket Sandbox continues with the island now sealed off to domestic tourists. The Samu
  23. Bangkok: 1.25 million jabs ready for August - no truth to closure of vax centers due to lack of supply Picture: Daily News Daily News' sources at the Thai Ministry of Public Health told them there was no truth to rumors that vaccines were not available and 25 non-hospital vaccination sites in the Thai capital had been shut down. Full story: https://aseannow.com/topic/1226160-bangkok-125-million-jabs-ready-for-august-no-truth-to-closure-of-vax-centers-due-to-lack-of-supply/
  24. Picture: Daily News Daily News' sources at the Thai Ministry of Public Health told them there was no truth to rumors that vaccines were not available and 25 non-hospital vaccination sites in the Thai capital had been shut down. The CCSA has earmarked 1,250,000 doses of mostly Astra Zeneca and some Sinovac to be administered in Bangkok. In areas where the outbreak is worse Astra Zeneca will be jabbed as a first dose as this is understood to be more effective than Sinovac in single doses. Deputy governor Pol Lt-Gen Sophon Phisutthiwong indicated t
×
×
  • Create New...