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Clipped wings #ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย

Published March 29, 2020 by SoClaimon

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Clipped wings

Mar 29. 2020
By THE NATION

Plenty of grounded aircraft can be seen at Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang airports after a steep fall in the number of flights due to the Covid-19 situation in Thailand and other countries worldwide.

Thailand’s total number of Covid-19 patients on Saturday (March 28) rose to 1,245 with 109 new cases, while total deaths were six.

On Friday (March 27), Thai AirAsia announced that it would suspend its domestic service from April 1 to 30, while passengers can change their flights with no limit.

Thai Airways International (THAI) had earlier announced that it was suspending flights to 30 world cities in March and eight European cities from April 1.

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The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand has allowed nine airlines to halt flights due to the current situation.

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Tesco Lotus Express to allow only 15 people at one time in stores #ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย

Published March 29, 2020 by SoClaimon

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Tesco Lotus Express to allow only 15 people at one time in stores

Mar 28. 2020
By THE NATION

Tesco Lotus Express will allow no more than 15 customers at one time in its 1,600 stores nationwide, as part of its social distancing policy, starting from Sunday (March 29).

In addition, all customers will be required to wear face masks and get a thermoscan before entering the store as part of its preventive measures against Covid-19, managing director James Padovan said.

Tesco Lotus Express remains open and sells food and essential goods.

Passengers can carry 350ml hand sanitisers on flights #ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย

Published March 29, 2020 by SoClaimon

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Passengers can carry 350ml hand sanitisers on flights

Mar 28. 2020
By THE NATION

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand has increased the volume of liquid hand sanitiser passengers and cabin crew can bring on board to a maximum of 350 millilitres per bottle, up from the previous limit of 100ml.

The move is in response to the escalating Covid-19 situation.

They can bring many bottles of such sanitisers on board but the total volume of such sanitisers together or combined with other liquid gels or sprays is limited to a maximum of 1,000ml.

The new rule, which was announced on March 27, takes effect immediately until further notice.

Forlorn roads #ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย

Published March 28, 2020 by SoClaimon

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Forlorn roads

Mar 28. 2020
By The Nation
Photo Credit: Vorawit Pumpuang

Roads at the Nang Loeng area in Bangkok were deserted on Saturday morning (March 28) after the temporary closure of risky areas was announced to contain the spread of Covid-19.

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration had ordered the temporary closure of many places it deemed to be high risk for Covid-19 infection in the capital from March 22 to April 12 this year, causing most of people to stay at home.

Meanwhile, the atmosphere in various department stores is quiet due to the huge drop in the number of tourists, a sharp contrast to the steady stream of people visiting these places all day.

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CP Group China’s words of encouragement for Thais #ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย

Published March 28, 2020 by SoClaimon

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CP Group China’s words of encouragement for Thais

Mar 28. 2020
By The Nation

Representatives at companies under Charoen Pokphand Group in China have made a video clip to encourage Thai people to overcome the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis, according to reports on Saturday (March 28).

The Chinese representatives are from Shanghai Kinghill Ltd, Chia Tai Di Jing (Shanghai) Investment Management Ltd, and Charoen Pokphand Import & Export Trading (Shanghai) Co Ltd.

The video clip has a message both in Thai and Chinese language: “We will help each other”, and “Thailand, don’t give up.”

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Phuket governor orders people to stay inside after dark #ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย

Published March 28, 2020 by SoClaimon

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Phuket governor orders people to stay inside after dark

Mar 28. 2020
A quiet evening at Patong Beach, Phuket

A quiet evening at Patong Beach, Phuket
By THE NATION

Locals and tourists in Phuket have been told to refrain from going out of their residences from 8pm until 3am the following morning.

Phuket Governor Phakkhaphong Thawiphat, and president of Phuket Communicable Disease Committee made the decision on Saturday (March 28).

“The decision is part of an effort to better control and prevent the spread of the new coronavirus,” he said. “By the governor’s authority under sections 22 and 35 of Communicable Disease Act BE 2558, we ask for cooperation from both Thais and foreigners staying in Phuket to remain in their residence during the period from March 28 until further notice, except for emergency only.”

The governor added that this announcement was applicable to all Phuket residents, whether they are staying at a hotel, condominium building, apartment, bungalow, resort, or personal house.

Earlier on Tuesday (March 24), the committee had approved a proposal to close all high-risk places in the province from today until March 31 in order to prevent people contracting Covid-19. The places the province has closed are: malls, pharmacies, shops, entertainment venues, spas, restaurants, amulet markets, golf clubs, pet-service shops, beauty clinics, barber and tattoo shops, and swimming pools of both government and private organisations.

Wife and two children of man who died of Covid-19 test positive #ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย

Published March 28, 2020 by SoClaimon

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Wife and two children of man who died of Covid-19 test positive

Mar 28. 2020
By The Nation

The wife and two children of a man who died after being infected by the new coronavirus, have tested positive for Covid-19.

The 45-year male, who worked at an entertainment venue in Sukhumvit and suffered from diabetes and obesity, was the third death from Covid-19 in Thailand. The family had performed a cremation ceremony for the deceased on March 25.

Press had speculated earlier that the family of the deceased — his 39-year-old wife, 14-year-old daughter, and 13-year-old son — might be infected with Covid-19.

The daughter said she believed that they got infected when her father underwent quarantine at home.

“Initially, my father went to take a Covid-19 examination because he was in a risk group, but the Department of Disease Control did not allow him, so he came back to undergo self-quarantine at home,” she said.

“Later, my father’s symptoms became more severe, so he went to take a Covid-19 examination and it was positive. He was hospitalised for 10 days before he died.”

She said that before she knew the test results, none of them had any symptoms. There was no fever, just some coughing.

“Now, my mother and younger brother are hospitalised. The doctor said that he would give them an antiviral drug, but it may cause side-effects, such as vomiting and the heart will beat faster than normal,” she said

“My mother, younger brother and I have allergy. Meanwhile, the three of us do not know if we have heart disease or diabetes inherited in our family because we have not checked for these diseases before.”

She added that they felt very anxious and stressed because they were worried the side-effects of this drug may cause death.

“Our family is currently deciding whether to use the antiviral drug or not, while we may need to consult a doctor to see if there are other drugs that have fewer side-effects,” she added.

No worries on electricity supply, minister assures #ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย

Published March 28, 2020 by SoClaimon

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No worries on electricity supply, minister assures

Mar 28. 2020
By THE NATION

The Energy Ministry will ensure adequate electricity supply while many people are advised to work from home by the government in an attempt to promote social distance and prevent the spread of Covid-19, Energy Minister Sonthirat Sonthijirawong said on Saturday (March 28).

“I have ordered all related agencies, especially the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand, to monitor power usage closely and evaluate the situation on a daily basis as people tend to use more electricity during summer (March-April),” he said. “There should be enough power for everyone despite the government’s recommendation to work from home as we have increased generating capacity by over 30 per cent from power plants nationwide.”

Sonthirat added that although power consumption will rise among residential users, electricity usage among entrepreneurs will decrease as many business venues have been ordered to shut down until April 30, such as department stores, restaurants, schools, universities and entertainment venues. “Plus, companies that let their employees work from home will save on power bill too,” he added.

As for national oil consumption during the Covid-19 shutdown, Sonthirat said that in the first three weeks of March, oil consumption in Thailand had gone down by 8 per cent compared to February. “The trend should continue to go down as the government has postponed the Songkran holidays, which usually cause oil consumption to spike in April,” he added. “We estimate that oil consumption in 2020 could shrink by 20 per cent.”

Meanwhile, Khomkrit Tantrawanich, secretary-general and spokesman of Energy Regulatory Commission, has said that the Ministry of Energy will still prepare for increased power usage in the coming months by postponing maintenance schedule of power plants to make sure that all can run at full capacity when necessary.

“Furthermore, we have ordered PTT Plc to reach out to LNG providers in Myanmar to postpone the scheduled maintenance of their facilities to ensure uninterrupted distribution of LNG, which is one of the main fuels for power generation,” he added.

Smog at unhealthy levels as forest fires rage in Phayao #ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย

Published March 28, 2020 by SoClaimon

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Smog at unhealthy levels as forest fires rage in Phayao

Mar 28. 2020
By The Nation

Forest fires have raised the level of particulate matter less than 2.5 (PM2.5) microns in Phayao province to unhealthy levels.

On Friday night (March 27), forest fires broke out in various areas, such as Ban Phrathat Khing Kaeng in Jun district and Dong Suwan subdistrict in Dok Kham Tai district.

Forest fires tend to spread in high valley regions about one to two kilometres away from the road and can be seen clearly at night.

Monks, novices, and villagers in Ban Phrathat Khing Kaeng, Jun district took forest fire extinguishers to fight the flames and prevent them from spreading to nearby forests, houses, and gardens.

On Saturday morning, various areas in Phayao province were blanketed by haze.

PM2.5 level measured 102 micrograms per cubic metre, PM10 was 126 micrograms per cubic metre, and the Air Quality Index value was 212 micrograms, which is considered a very unhealthy level.

People have been urged to take care of their health by wearing mask, while people at risk must avoid outdoor activities in areas with high air pollution and wear N95 masks.

Passengers at MRT Purple Line stations given mandatory health questionnaires #ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย

Published March 28, 2020 by SoClaimon

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Passengers at MRT Purple Line stations given mandatory health questionnaires

Mar 28. 2020
By THE NATION

The Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA) and Bangkok Expressway and Metro (BEM) have prepared health questionnaires at MRT Purple Line stations located outside Bangkok, since Saturday (March 28), as a measure to control Covid-19 infection in Thailand.

The stations have also provided areas for people to fill the document, which passengers should carry in case government officials ask for checking.

MRTA governor Pakapong Sirikantaramas explained that providing the questionnaire was in line with the Department of Rail Transport’s measure announced recently.

“The document has been provided for those passengers travelling across provincial borders,” he said. “The information filled by the passengers would help control communicable diseases at stations outside Bangkok limits.”

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