BANGKOK Doctors in Thailand have been given the go-ahead to start giving COVID-19 booster shots under the skin, rather than injecting them into muscles, officials said on Monday, in an effort to strengthen immunity and stretch vaccine supplies.
BANGKOK Thailand plans to reopen Bangkok and other key destinations to foreign tourists next month, officials said on Thursday, aiming to revive its battered travel industry after indications the number of new coronavirus infections may have peaked.
BANGKOK (Reuters) -In the year since making an unprecedented, taboo-breaking speech openly calling for discussion on the role of Thailand's powerful king, human rights lawyer Arnon Nampa has spent months in jail, charged with the crime of defaming the monarchy.
BANGKOK, Aug 3 In the year since making an
unprecedented, taboo-breaking speech openly calling for
discussion on the role of Thailand's powerful king, human rights
lawyer Arnon Nampa has spent months in jail, charged with the
crime of defaming the monarchy.
BANGKOK, July 15 AstraZeneca has asked
Thailand to extend the timeline for the delivery of 61 million
doses of its COVID-19 vaccine by five months, a deputy minister
said on Thursday, a move likely to further disrupt the country's
sluggish vaccine rollout.
BANGKOK (Reuters) -Thailand is considering imposing limits on exports of locally manufactured AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines to fight its own crisis, an official said on Wednesday, a move likely to impact neighbours and stir concerns of vaccine protectionism.
BANGKOK (Reuters) -Thailand will use AstraZeneca Plc's COVID-19 vaccine as a second dose for those who received Sinovac's shot as their first dose in a bid to increase protection, it said on Monday. | Video
BANGKOK Thailand announced tighter restrictions in the capital Bangkok and nine provinces on Friday in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, including travel curbs, mall closures, a curfew and limits on the size of gatherings.
PHUKET, Thailand (Reuters) -Hundreds of vaccinated foreign tourists arrived on the Thai resort island of Phuket on Thursday, the first visitors to its beaches and golf courses under a pilot programme designed to revive a tourism industry devastated by the pandemic.