Disasters and emergency response

Disaster preparedness and emergency response policy and administration

CCSA to propose extension of state of emergency and curfew until end of May

The CCSA, chaired by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, has decided to extend the current state of emergency, due to expire on April 30th, until the end of May and to retain the associated measures, including the night curfew, the ban on incoming foreign travellers, restrictions ...

Covid control measures likely to stay

Disease control measures that restrict everyday life are unlikely to be relaxed, but it will depend on how well people cooperate, a government spokesman said on Thursday.Dr Taweesilp Visanuyothin, spokesman of the government’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, said on Thursday that the most important ...

Mongkol Bangprapa

Flood and landslide alert issued for 12 provinces

The authorities in 12 provinces have been instructed to arrange manpower and equipment to tackle possible floods and landslides until August 20.Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation director-general Chayaphol Thitisak said the alert orders were issued because of heavy downpours in the North, the Central ...

The Nation Reporter

Anupong vows to up anti-flood efforts

Authorities have vowed to step up efforts to prevent flooding in Bangkok now that the rainy season has now taken hold. Interior Minister Gen Anupong Paojinda on Tuesday revealed the outcome of a meeting he called on Sunday with relevent agencies to find ways to ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

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