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THAILAND

Health chiefs quell fears over recent flu spate

News, Post Reporters, Published on 23/06/2024

» Influenza has killed 14 people and sickened more than 180,000 others nationwide since the beginning of this year, according to the Department of Disease Control (DDC).

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OPINION

Army abuse still with us

Oped, Editorial, Published on 22/06/2024

» The latest scandal involving salary deductions for conscripts in the Thai army is a distressing reminder of the persistent abuse and exploitation within our military ranks. What is more worrying is the response from the Ministry of Defence, which only addresses the problem superficially.

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OPINION

Multilateralism can bring success

Oped, Published on 21/06/2024

» Multilateralism, we are told, is in retreat. But we cannot let retrenchment and fragmentation take over. From climate change and biodiversity collapse to the conflicts, geopolitical tension, and turbulence afflicting today's world, we know that overcoming global challenges requires renewed and strengthened forms of global cooperation.

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THAILAND

New highly-transmissible Covid strain will elude vaccines: expert

Apinya Wipatayotin, Published on 16/06/2024

» The KP.2 strain of Covid-19 will become dominant in Thailand, according to a renowned virologist. It will be more transmissible and vaccines will be hard-pressed to keep up with its mutations, but its symptoms will not be more severe that those of previous strains of the virus.

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EASY NEWS

No need for Covid boosters

Gary Boyle, Published on 06/06/2024

» Most people do not need to get a booster against the latest strain of Covid-19 as the symptoms are mild, virologist Yong Poovorawan said.

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THAILAND

No need for Covid boosters

News, Apinya Wipatayotin, Published on 05/06/2024

» Most people do not need to get a booster against the latest strain of Covid-19, except for vulnerable groups and the unvaccinated, as the symptoms are relatively mild and the vaccine must be paid for, according to virologist Yong Poovorawan.

OPINION

The key to transforming a health crisis

Oped, Published on 25/04/2024

» Despite the relentless stream of bad news from around the world, there are still reasons for optimism. One notable example is the renewed push to localise pharmaceutical production in Africa, demonstrating how even catastrophic events like a pandemic can lead to positive, unforeseen outcomes.

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LIFE

Take a trip to the Galapagos Islands with &Beyond

Life, Pattarawadee Saengmanee, Published on 29/02/2024

» If visiting the Galapagos Islands is on your bucket list, here's some good news. With the launch of &Beyond Galapagos Explorer programme, &Beyond is broadening its base to South America by providing two, seven-night yacht trip routes, which are set to begin on June 17.

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OPINION

A 14th century warning for the 21st century

News, Published on 12/02/2024

» A history student told me recently that he loves researching the 20th century but can't see the point of the Middle Ages. I responded that it can be a big help to understanding our own times -- very troubled times -- to view them in the context even of the remote past.

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OPINION

A 14th Century warning for fans of 21st Century demagogues

Published on 11/02/2024

» A history student told me recently that he loves researching the 20th Century but can’t see the point of the Middle Ages. I responded that it can be a big help to understanding our own times — very troubled times — to view them in the context even of the remote past.