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14,109 new Covid cases, 122 more deaths

Thailand logged 14,109 new Covid-19 cases and 122 more fatalities during the previous 24 hours, the Public Health Ministry announced on Saturday morning.

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14,109 new Covid cases, 122 more deaths
07:01

Temples barred from burning Covid waste

The Public Health Ministry has announced a safety measure allowing only industrial waste and power plants to incinerate Covid-19 infectious waste.

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Temples barred from burning Covid waste
06:40

Booster shots to be provided to 3 million

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) will roll out Covid-19 vaccine booster jabs to three million people nationwide who have been fully inoculated with Sinovac.

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Booster shots to be provided to 3 million
04:55

Capital not open to tourists yet: BMA

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has no plans to reopen to foreign tourists on Oct 15 and it will not be up for talks until more than 70% of residents are fully vaccinated, says Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang.

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Capital not open to tourists yet: BMA
04:44

Artist returns stolen finger

A finger bone of late national artist Thawan Duchanee, which was stolen seven years ago, has been returned to his son after a superstitious artist claimed that hanging the stolen relic by his easel boosted his painting talent.

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'Let's go home Dad'
04:00

Alternative vaccines to be offered to students

Inactivated vaccines will be offered as an alternative for students aged 12-17 whose parents are concerned about side effects of Pfizer, according to the Department of Disease Control (DDC).

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Alternative vaccines to be offered to students
04:00

PM eyes removal of some curbs

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is planning to end restrictions on several activities as part of his goal for the country to co-exist with Covid-19.

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Graft cases 'need to be prioritised'

The Supreme Court president has said there is a long way to go before the fight against corruption in Thailand is successful.

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Bail for students who torched King portrait

Khon Kaen Provincial Court yesterday granted bail to two university students arrested in connection with the torching of a portrait of His Majesty the King.

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Passport services swing back into action

The Consular Department has resumed passport services nationwide.

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