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Health department urges work-from-home measure as dust problem arises

With cool-to-cold weather upon us and changing air pressure as well as more people travelling, the dust problem is returning, Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said on Thursday after a meeting with the Committee on Occupational Disease Control and Environmental Diseases.As the PM 2.5 dust ...

The Nation Reporter

Most think 'work from home' can help contain Covid: poll

A majority of people think the government’s “work from home” policy for employees in both the public and private sectors can help reduce the risk of contracting Covid-19, a survey by Suan Dusit Rajabhat University (Suan Dusit Poll) reveals.The poll was conducted online on May ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Regulator expected to extend subsidy on electricity bills

Energy authorities are preparing to extend the power discount period for households and businesses to reduce monthly expenses during the third wave due to work-from-home orders.The Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) earlier this year approved a discounted electricity tariff from February to March as part of ...

Yuthana Praiwan

Government calls on all sectors to use work-from-home schemes

The government is urging all sectors to comply with the new Covid-19 restrictions by supporting work-from-home schemes where possible.The appeal came as Thailand logged another daily record number of Covid-19 cases at 1,767 on Sunday, bringing the accumulated number of confirmed cases since the pandemic ...

NNT Reporter

Digital Ministry promotes work from home solutions [Video]

The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society has joined forces with telecommunications operators and platform providers to support online work, in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.Keep watching ...

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