World news

Boris Johnson’s policy poses ‘danger to the world’

By The Independent, also published by MSN.com THE UK’s decision to end most Covid restrictions on July 19 poses “a danger to the world”, an international group of scientists has warned. The group, which includes official government advisers to countries including Italy and Australia, says the government is pursuing herd immunity by mass infection. It

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Coronavirus

Measures in 10 most strictly controlled provinces to be further escalated

THE Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) is planning to elevate Covid-19 prevention measures in the 10 most strictly controlled provinces, after finding current restrictions are not having an impact on the situation, as well as violations of rules, NNT said this afternoon (July 16). Deputy Spokesperson to the CCSA Dr. Apisamai Srirangsan reported that

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Business

Several insurance firms not dumping Covid cover after Syn Mun Kong does so

  EIGHT insurance companies came out to reassure customers they are not cancelling Covid-19 policies after Syn Mun Kong Insurance Plc took this step on grounds of having to effectively manage risk amid deteriorating health crisis, Sanook.com said this afternoon (July 16). Confirming on their websites that they are not abandoning customers who had taken

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Local news

100,000 people tipped to sign petition for Thaksin’s return

By Thai Newsroom Reporters AS MANY AS 100,000 PEOPLE are expected to sign a fresh petition to endorse legislation for pardon of fugitive ex-premier Thaksin Shinawatra so he could return home and effectively address the current pandemic situation. Puea Chart MP Petcharawat Watanapongsirikul said today (July 16) he is mustering a minimum of 10,000 people

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