Restaurant operators have reiterated their calls for the government to provide relief, noting they have yet to receive any state aid via measures despite the launch of several schemes recently, including the popular Khon La Khrueng (half-half) co-payment subsidy.
Thailand abstained on a vote to adopt the UN resolution on the situation in Myanmar as the resolution did not take into account several essential factors, the Foreign Ministry says. spokesman.
BAKU: Switzerland coach Vladimir Petkovic is confident his side have done enough to reach the last 16 at Euro 2020 after a 3-1 win over Turkey on Sunday but he criticised the long distances his side have had to travel during the tournament.
ROME: Wales showed great resolve and fighting spirit in defeat as they withstood relentless Italian pressure to scrape through to the European Championship knockout stages, manager Rob Page said on Sunday.
A senior Interior Ministry official is insisting that his approval to provide free Covid-19 vaccine doses to over 70,000 ThaiBev employees and their families is lawful.
The Thai women's volleyball team ended their 2021 FIVB Nations League campaign with a battling 3-1 defeat against hosts Italy in the fifth and final week of the preliminary round in Rimini on Sunday.
YANGON: Myanmar's junta chief left the country Sunday for Moscow, where he will attend a security conference, state media said, marking only his second known trip abroad since he seized power in a coup.
HANOI: Vietnam has received a shipment of 500,000 Sinopharm vaccine doses donated by China, the health ministry said on Sunday, as the country is ramping up inoculations to battle against a more widespread outbreak.
TOKYO: The organising committee of this summer's Tokyo Olympics said on Sunday that participants will be allowed to bring alcoholic beverages into the athletes' village for consumption in their rooms, as part of efforts to ensure the safety of the games amid the coronavirus pandemic.
China on Sunday announced it had administered its one-billionth shot in the world's biggest coronavirus inoculation drive as Brazil's death toll from the pandemic passed 500,000.
A subsititute goalkeeper for the national Myanmar football team will apply for refugee status in Japan on Tuesday after expressing fear for his life for making a three-finger salute in protest at the military coup in his country during a recent World Cup qualifier near Tokyo, according to his lawyer.
TEHRAN: Iran's conservative press on Sunday celebrated the presidential election win of ultraconservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi while the marginalised reformist camp engaged in deep soul-searching.
MANILA: The Philippine government has signed a supply agreement for 40 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE, the head of the government's Covid-19 vaccine procurement said on Sunday.