Last updated: Oct 29, 2020 at 09:13 hrs.

Thailand situation

Total cases:3,759
New cases:+13

Confirmed Cases by Country

World situation

Total cases:44,741,208
Active cases:11,329,938
Caught out in a virus world

Caught out in a virus world

Elephant camps across the country are attempting to reinvent their image as they shift their focus to domestic tourism in a bid to survive.

21 Oct 2020 2
'Batman' filming halted after Pattinson gets Covid-19

'Batman' filming halted after Pattinson gets Covid-19

LOS ANGELES: Filming in Britain for the latest Batman movie has been halted after its star Robert Pattinson reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus, just days after shooting had resumed.

4 Sep 2020 3
Turning a crisis into opportunity

Turning a crisis into opportunity

In the midst of the current ongoing global pandemic, Thailand has been quite fortunate as it is actually one of the countries least affected by the coronavirus outbreak with only 3,390 cases and 58 deaths as of writing. Following the lifting of restrictions by the government in various phases, Bangkok is slowly coming back to life.

24 Aug 2020 3
Victims of our success

Victims of our success

The Department of Disease Control under the Ministry of Public Health has a plan to a recommendation to the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA)’s sub-committee to reduce the quarantine period for returnees and tourists from 14 to 10 days.

24 Oct 2020 5
Pandemic raises child labour risks

Pandemic raises child labour risks

According to the United Nations Global Compact, child labour is an "exploitation that is a violation of basic human right". Indeed, abolishing child labour is the declared policy of the international community and of almost all governments worldwide.

6 Oct 2020 2
Boosting APAC's tourism rebound

Boosting APAC's tourism rebound

Over the past decade, the APAC region established itself as the world's largest, fastest-growing, and most diverse tourism market. In Thailand, the tourism sector supported almost 20% of national GDP in 2019, and one in five jobs, according to the World Travel and Tourism Council.

2 Oct 2020 4