The Thai Cabinet on Wednesday at a meeting at the government House in Bangkok formally extended a state of emergency in the country in connection with the pandemic COVID-19 to 31 August, reported the press Secretary of the government Narumon Pinosylvin.
"The state of emergency in connection with the pandemic coronavirus infection was extended by the Cabinet of Ministers before 31 August for the submission of national security Council of Thailand," she said.
Diplomats of the Russian Embassy in Thailand and the representatives of the Russian community celebrated the Day of the Navy of the Russian Federation laying a wreath in the form of a St. Andrew's flag on the grave of Russian sailors from the cruiser "Aurora" in Bangkok.
The ceremony took place on one of the oldest in the Bangkok Protestant cemetery, picturesquely situated on the banks of Chao Phraya river in the historic part of the city, where in 1911 were buried the remains of two Russian sailors.
The Thai Cabinet plans to extend the state of emergency imposed in the country on March 26 in connection with the pandemic coronavirus infection COVID-19, for the period from 1 to 31 August, said on Tuesday that Prime Minister General prayuth Chan-OCHA, speaking to reporters after the weekly meeting of the Cabinet.
"We have to recognize the need to extend the state of emergency for a period from 1 to 31 August, and let there be no doubt, for what it is, and there is no conflict on this issue", - said the head of government of Thailand.
Thailand again changed the rules of entry of foreign diplomats, instructing them to undergo 14-day quarantine only in the local state quarantine institutions, said Friday at a press conference in Bangkok, the press Secretary of the government Center to combat the pandemic Thavisin Vienojoties.
Earlier the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Thailand sent out to all embassies and representations of international organisations in Bangkok note, which cites the mandatory 14-day quarantine, but were allowed to conduct it on territory of embassies and residences of diplomats.
Export flight of airline "Russia" on Thursday from Thailand flew Home 432 Russians, told RIA Novosti at the Russian Embassy in Bangkok.
The flight, designed to export Russian citizens stuck in Thailand because of the limitations associated with the pandemic coronavirus infection COVID19, first took on Board 225 Russians on Phuket island, and then landed in Bangkok, where he took on Board another 207 passengers, and then flew to Moscow, have informed Agency in the Embassy.
Thailand has stopped issuing permits for entry into the country for categories of persons who enjoyed the exclusive right of entry without passing a 14-day quarantine the state, said Tuesday at a press briefing at the government House of Thailand, the press Secretary of the government Center to combat coronavirus infection Thavisin Vienojoties.
"In connection with the recent events related to enter Thailand infected COVID-19 foreign nationals in besaratinia procedure, we have to reconsider a number of decisions regarding exceptional cases which are given special permission to enter the country without undergoing quarantine," he said.
Thailand from 1 July will allow arrival at the airports in the country for passenger flights from abroad with certain categories of foreign citizens stated in a report published in Bangkok by the order of the Department of civil aviation.
In accordance with the order, starting from 00:01 on 1 July, the Department will begin to issue permits for arrival passengers of the following categories: citizens of Thailand, family members of Thai nationals, foreign nationals with residence permit in Thailand, foreign citizens with a work permit in Thailand and members of their families, juvenile foreign students of the Thai schools and their accompanying guardians and students of Thai universities, foreign patients for treatment in Thai hospitals in addition to treatment from COVID-19.
Several small family businesses owning street stalls selling traditional Thai sweets, began to sell in Bangkok "cake-coronavirus", said on Tuesday the Thai TV channel TNN24.
A cake consisting of two stacked traditional Thailand soft hemispherical baskets from rice flour and baked them in coconut milk, began to produce flour of black and red rice, and added a "crown" of roasted pumpkin, potato and tapioca straw, giving the cake the species is known to everyone in the world a model of coronavirus, which are seen daily on television programs about the pandemic, the channel reports.
Thailand at the fifth stage of relaxation of restrictive measures because of the coronavirus will open massage parlors with water treatments, bars, karaoke bars and pubs with a condition of criminal liability in the case of the spread COVID-19, said Monday at a press briefing in Bangkok, the press Secretary of the government center to combat the coronavirus Thavisin Vienojoties.
Pisanuloke also confirmed previously published information about that from 1 July all open secondary schools of the country, both private and public, in recent months, working only online. The school year in Thailand usually begins in may – June, after a long holiday in April – may.
Thai authorities are considering extending the state of emergency imposed in the country on March 26 in connection with the pandemic coronavirus infection, until 31 July, told reporters Thursday in Bangkok, the Secretary-General of the national security Council of Thailand General Somsak Rungsit.
"Today a small part of the state Center for combating the spread of coronavirus infection COVID-19 supported the proposal of the security Council on the extension for another month, until July 31, 2020, the state of emergency in Thailand in connection with the danger of infection during the fifth stage of relaxation of restrictive measures related to the pandemic," he said.
Export the flights to Russia from Delhi, Teheran, Bangkok is planned on Tuesday, said the Ministry of communications.
Expected flights "Delhi — Moscow", "a Tehran — Moscow", "Bangkok — Novosibirsk". As reported the Russian transport Ministry on Twitter, flights from Delhi to Bangkok has already left.
Thailand cancels from 15 June the curfew and many other restrictions imposed in the country in connection with the pandemic coronavirus infection, said Friday at a press briefing at the government House of Thailand in Bangkok, the press Secretary of the state Centre for combating coronavirus infection Thavisin Vienojoties.
"This morning at the meeting of the Center, chaired by Prime Minister General prayuth Chan-OCHA, a decree was adopted on measures fourth phase of the easing of restrictions related to the pandemic. The decree will be effective from the 15th of June," he said.
The commander of the Third division of the tourist police of Thailand (Phuket and southern region of the country) the General-the major of police Krissak Soganlik dismissed and transferred to the reserve of the main Directorate of the tourist police because he landed a helicopter on the territory of the Buddhist monastery, said on Monday the online version of the newspaper Bangkok Post.
According to the Council of the congregation of the monastery and Wat Chedi in the province of Nakhon Sithammarat, General with a group of officers arrived at the Church by helicopter to check safety measures and epidemiological protection. The newspaper also reported that some time before the arrival of the General, whose office is located on Phuket island 300 kilometers from the temple, a large group living in Thailand, citizens of South Korea working in the travel industry, staged in temple fireworks from three million firecrackers at one of the statues, the most revered among the faithful Buddhists, asking the higher forces for help in the restoration of business after a pandemic COVID19.
Scheduled for June 6 to export the flight with the Russians in Bangkok - Vladivostok postponed indefinitely, according to a Telegram-the channel of the Ministry of communications "public Services: Thailand-Russia".
Previously, the airline "Aurora" reported that it is planned to perform the flight 5487 departing from Bangkok on 6 June at 23.40 local time (19.40 GMT), the arrival in Vladivostok was expected the next day, June 7, at 11.00 local time (4.00 GMT).
Export flights to Russia from Tashkent and Bangkok is planned on Saturday, 6 June, reported the Ministry of communications.
Expected flights "Tashkent - Novosibirsk" and "Bangkok - Vladivostok".
Airline "Aurora", member of the group "Aeroflot", 6-7 June 2020 is planning to bring the Russians export a flight from Bangkok to Vladivostok, according to the carrier.
5487 flight will depart from Bangkok on 6 June at 23.40 local time (19.40 GMT), will arrive in Vladivostok the following day, 7 June at 11.00 local time (04.00 GMT).
A patient with a coronavirus has died in Thailand on Tuesday, this is the first time since may 25, said at a press briefing at the government House in Bangkok, the press Secretary of the Center for combating coronavirus Thailand Thavisin Vienojoties.
"Today in Thailand was only one case of infection coronavirus infection. Unfortunately, for these days, for the first time since may 25, was another death from infection," said Vienojoties.
One new case of infection with coronavirus on Monday revealed the citizen of Thailand, export flight arrivals from Russia, said at a press briefing at the government House in Bangkok, the press Secretary of the Centre for combating coronavirus infection Thailand Thavisin Vienojoties.
Deaths from coronavirus infection in the country the day is not registered, he said.
Despite the gains of the restrictions adopted in connection with the pandemic COVID-19 1 June, Thailand is not yet ready to open the border for entry of foreign citizens, said Friday at a press briefing at the government House in Bangkok, the Secretary-General of the national security Council of Thailand General Somsak Rungsit.
"Until the epidemiological situation in the world remains dangerous, we can't take tourists and other visitors. Is the risk of the second wave of the epidemic in our country, so we have to act in this direction in the framework of past decisions", - he explained.