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Bad things happen to good people; good things happen to bad people.

Meet Rural Health Volunteers, the Unsung Heroes on Virus Frontline

BANGKOK — As soon as a woman in her rural community registered a high fever, Auntie Arun alerted the local hospital doctors, who soon arrived in at least three cars, prepped to transport a COVID-19 patient.
An Aor Sor Mor village health volunteer accompanies a doctor during a house visit in Nong Khai province on May 7, 2020.

New Coronavirus Case Emerges in Chiang Mai

BANGKOK — Thailand reported a single case of coronavirus on Thursday, bringing the total tally to 3,018 since the outbreak began.

Coronavirus Survivors Told to Refrain From Sex for 30 Days

BANGKOK — People who recovered from coronavirus infections should refrain from sexual intercourse for at least 30 days, a public health ministry expert said Wednesday.
Nurses bid farewell to a patient who recovered from coronavirus in Krabi province on May 12, 2020.

Thailand Reports First Day Without New Virus Case

BANGKOK — Thailand on Wednesday reported no new cases of coronavirus for the first time since the outbreak began, the government said.

Tourist Arrivals to Thailand May Plunge by Two-Thirds

BANGKOK (Xinhua) — The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) on Monday released its latest forecast, indicating that the number of foreign tourists may plunge by almost two-thirds to 14 million this year, the lowest level in 14 years as COVID-19 pandemic hits global travel.
Police investigate a classroom at Dongmon Wittayakhom School in Mukdahan province where one of the sexual attacks reportedly took place.

Teachers Accused of Raping, Molesting Schoolgirls

MUKDAHAN — Three of the seven suspects who stand accused of gangraping a schoolgirl in Mukdahan province appeared to have molested yet another victim, police said Monday.

Thais Feed Hungry Neighbors in Pandemic with ‘Sharing Pantries’

NAKHON RATCHASIMA — Jamnong Paewsoongnern, 65, was laid off from his security guard job at a hotel after the coronavirus pandemic broke out. Out of work, he rides his motorcycle around town all day to look for food donations.

3 Foreigners Nabbed for Breaching Pattaya’s Virus Beach Closure

PATTAYA — Police in Pattaya resort town said Saturday they arrested three foreigners who were caught swimming in the sea.

Celeb Actor Recovers From Virus, Donates Plasma for Treatment

BANGKOK — Celebrity actor Matthew Deane Chanthavanij, who recently recovered from the coronavirus, is among the survivors who donated their blood plasma for treating other patients, the Thai Red Cross said Friday.

Chiang Mai University’s Mascot Dog ‘Shorty’ Run Over by Car

CHIANG MAI — Police in Chiang Mai province on Friday said they have concluded the cause of the death of a stray dog adopted by students of a local university as their beloved mascot.





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