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  • The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration plans to use health personnel brought in from the provinces and new medical graduates to help care for the growing number of Covid-19 patients in the Bangkok area.
  • Spending during the ongoing 2020 European Football Championship, or simply Euro 2020, is forecast to stay tepid as the continued Covid outbreak has sapped consumer purchasing power.
  • The cabinet on Tuesday approved the Phuket sandbox tourism scheme that sees the island reopen on July 1, followed by a trio of destinations in the Gulf of Thailand — Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Koh Tao — on July 15, allowing in fully vaccinated tourists from some countries.
  • The cabinet has cancelled privileges granted to Thai Airways International (THAI) giving it the right to operate duty-free shops at Don Mueang airport without winning a formal bidding process now the airline has lost its state enterprise status, it was announced on Tuesday.
  • Beds designated for patients in critical condition at all state-run hospitals in Bangkok are now fully occupied by Covid-19 infected patients with severe symptoms, while the last 20 of such beds are strictly reserved for emergency patients, health authorities said on Tuesday.
  • I have become a student of business transformation in this Covid era. While it is sad to see so many businesses remain under pressure as the crisis continues, we have also seen some clever and potentially future-changing innovations. Those who have done this well have displayed a mindset for future opportunities. They have taken an […]