31.3 C
Pattaya
Friday, January 22, 2021
Home Authors Posts by Jetsada Homklin

Jetsada Homklin

587 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

Pattaya motorcycle-taxi turns to selling vegetables, eggs

A Pattaya motorcycle-taxi driver has hung up her helmet and switched jobs as the city’s second shutdown in a year again has deprived her...

Pattaya police checkpoints screening for fevers, aliens

Pattaya-area police are checking documents and temperatures to reign in the city’s coronavirus outbreak. Pol. Capt. Suchat Dutsadee led the team of uniformed officers and...

Pattaya police donate food, supplies to shutdown-hit Soi Kophai

Pattaya police distributed 200 “survival bags” of dried food and consumer products to Soi Kophai Community residents affected by the area’s new coronavirus shutdown. Officers...

Pattaya continues outside disinfectant spraying

Pattaya health workers continued spraying city streets with disinfectant, a tactic that has more public-relations benefit than any effect on the spread of coronavirus...

4 Pattaya-area checkpoints set to control coronavirus spread

Banglamung District set up four checkpoints to limit movement in and out of Chonburi’s hottest coronavirus hotspot. The road stops in front of Banglamung Police...

Pattaya’s pandemic-weary pack for home amid new shutdown

Taxi driver Supawadee stuck it out during Pattaya’s four-month shutdown last spring. She’s not sticking around for the second one. Her savings gone and uncertain...

Pattaya’s first-wave survivors say they may not survive second

Pattaya’s months-long lockdown swept away many businesses for good. A protracted second shutdown could clear out the rest. That was the feeling across Banglamung following...

Pattaya lockdown to help reduce New Year’s road deaths

Nongprue opened its year-end highway-safety center, but expects Pattaya’s virtual lockdown will do more to cut road deaths as fewer people will be traveling...

Pattaya’s Koh Larn Island open for business during New Year’s

There will be no fireworks, but Koh Larn is open for business over the New Year holiday. Pattaya Mayor Sonthaya Kunplome said Dec. 28 that...

Pattaya health workers continue to spray disinfectant in local markets

Nongprue continued spraying down Pattaya-area markets with disinfectant to kill any possible lingering coronavirus. Nongprue dispatched health workers Dec. 25 to the Phu Yai Kui...

Latest Stories

Come for a vaccination vacation in Thailand says Tourism Council

The Tourism council of Thailand is proposing to help out the country’s forlorn lack of foreign visitors by organizing one-month tour packages to include...

Thailand offers special COVID-19 aid to handicapped citizens

The Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS) has prepared additional relief measures to help persons with disabilities and senior citizens who might...

Bangkok threatened by high volume of PM2.5 and air pollution in the next few...

The Permanent Secretary of the Prime Minister’s Office, has asked for cooperation from government organizations, private companies, and members of the public in efforts...

New US President seen as positive for Thai-US trade

The Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) has assessed that the commerce policies of new US President Joseph Biden will boost trade between Thailand...

COVID-19 wreaks havoc on Thai economy, 1.5 million people approaching poverty line – World...

COVID-19 was heavily affecting the Thai economy and 1.5 million Thai people were approaching the poverty line, said the World Bank. The poverty ratio in...