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Cabinet approves extension of emergency for another month

The Cabinet on Tuesday approved a one-month extension of the state of emergency through Sept 30 to control the Covid-19 outbreak as the nation seeks to prolong its streak of going three months without a local transmission.The Cabinet’s move was in line with the proposal ...

Public Health Ministry prepares for the worst once state of emergency lifted

The Public Health Ministry is preparing more than 20,000 hospital beds and 1.3 million doses of medicine to deal with the second wave of Covid-19 infections that may hit the country once the state of emergency has been lifted.Dr Sukhum Kanchanaphimai, the ministry’s permanent secretary, ...

The Nation Reporter

State of emergency extended until end of July

The state of emergency was extended for another month, until July 31, at Monday (June 29)’s meeting of the government’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA).The meeting, which was headed by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, considered the fifth phase of lockdown easing, the state of ...

The Nation Reporter

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 ...

Government to maintain State of Emergency, considers easing restrictions by area [Video]

The government said it is NOT lifting the State of Emergency as yet, but will consider easing restrictions by area, based on case statistics and necessities, while also urging people to practice proper waste disposal.Keep watching ...

Emergency could be extended

The government, if need be, will extend the state of emergency for another month or two depending on the Covid-19 situation, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today (March 31) after a cabinet meeting.He said the government is reviewing the situation each week. The premier announced ...

The Nation Reporter

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