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Closed by Coronavirus Lockdown, FCCT Appeals for Donations

BANGKOK — Southeast Asia’s oldest club for foreign journalists said it may soon go out of business due to financial losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

What It’s Like to Catch, and Survive, the Coronavirus in Thailand

BANGKOK — Speaking from his condo, Singaporean expat Jay Feng asked other people currently in self-isolation at their homes to stay calm and not to panic. He knew a thing or two about the coronavirus; in fact, he survived it.

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A man gets his temperature checked at a checkpoint in Bangkok on March 26, 2020.

A Mega-List for Travel Disruptions During State of Emergency

BANGKOK — Thailand woke up to the first day of a state of emergency on Thursday, with several travel restrictions in place to make journeys more difficult in an effort to stem further spread of coronavirus in the country.

Food Delivery Drivers Brave Virus Anxieties While Feeding Bangkok

BANGKOK — “I’m scared of getting infected, but more scared of having no cash,” said a delivery man for Grab, a popular online-based service, as he ate his lunch during a break in front of a supermarket.

Chaos and Confusion: My Journey to Bangkok During the Pandemic

BANGKOK — My flight was about to depart Gate Z 66 from Frankfurt to Bangkok on Sunday evening when the staff announced that they needed someone who could speak Thai and English.

From Pop to Mor Lam, Thai Singers Hitch a Ride on Coronavirus

BANGKOK — Even the coronavirus epidemic can’t dampen Thais’ obsession with culture of sanook and music. At least 9 songs released by Thai artists in recent days were about the outbreak.

Classic Thai Films Available on YouTube for Quarantine Watching

BANGKOK — A host of films deemed to be “historically and culturally significant” are now available to view for free on YouTube.

Bored of Netflix? Here’s Free Online Courses for Your Self-Quarantine

BANGKOK — Quarantining yourself at home doesn’t mean filling your hours with series binging and indecisiveness over what food to get delivered – make like billions of students with schools closed all around the world, and get yourself some e-knowledge.

Chanting of Anti-Plague Prayer to Be Broadcast Live on TV

BANGKOK — The government on Wednesday said it will broadcast live chanting of an ancient prayer designed to ward off plagues next week.





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