BANGKOK, 28 October 2011 – Metropolitan Police Bureau launched 4 urgent measures for helping flood victims in Bangkok area.
BANGKOK, 28 October 2011 – The Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) is confident that floods will not affect electricity distribution, particulary in Bangkok's inner city zone. Mrs Jongkolnee Tantijattanon, Director of the MEA Bang Khen office, confirmed that electricity distribution to Bangkok's inner city will not be disturbed by the current flooding crisis since businesses, department stores, hospitals and private offices have cooperated with the MEA in advance to prepare for the situation.
BANGKOK, 28 October 2011 – Chon Buri Deputy Governor Patarathorn Tianchai said the Provincial Evacuation Center located in the Institute of Physical Education Chon Buri Campus is paying good attention to flood evacuees by holding two meetings daily, at 9 am and 7 pm, to discuss the evacuees' problems.
CHON BURI, 28 October 2011 –A large number of flood victims have fled to Chon Buri where accommodations are easy to find and provincial authorities are ready to facilitate their visits.
BANGKOK, 28 October 2011 – The floods have affected more than two million people and claimed more than 300 lives.
BANGKOK, 27 October 2011 – The Department of Consular Affairs is providing passport service as usual despite the government's announcement of special holidays on 27, 28 and 31 October.
BANGKOK, 27 October 2011 - Suvarnabhumi Airport is prepared to give a press conference later this afternoon concerning its preparations for the approaching flood and confidence to maintain normal aviation service.
BANGKOK, 27 October 2011 – Metropolitan Waterworks Authority (MWA) has urged residents in provinces on the western side of the Chao Phraya River to boil the tap water before drinking as the raw water quality has been affected by the floods.
BANGKOK, 27 October 2011 - Soldiers from all units have been instructed to assist flood victims and operate at flood-risk areas in the country around the clock.