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The Covid-19 pandemic is nearing its end but people should still seek vaccination against the disease, especially elderly people, a Department of Disease Control senior official said on Friday.

Thailand’s economy was still on a path to recovery in August on rebounding tourism and domestic demand, which would continue to support economic activity, the Bank of Thailand (BoT) said on Friday.

The Central Vaccination Centre at Bang Sue Grand Station will close at the end of September, but authorities are encouraging the public to keep ensuring that they are protected against Covid-19. (Video by Jetjaras Na Ranong)

Two major protest planned rallies on Bangkok streets on Friday afternoon for the Constitutional Court's ruling on suspended prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha term in office.

Suspended prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha went to work at the Defence Ministry on Friday morning and was expected to go home in the afternoon to hear the Constitutional Court’s ruling on his eight-year tenure.

NAKHON PHANOM: An unidentified murder victim found in a suitcase in the Mekong River might be a Lao businesswoman missing from Vientiane since last week, relatives told police after seeing photos of her clothes.

WASHINGTON: The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) told Boeing it has not completed work needed in order to certify the 737 MAX 7 by December, according to a letter seen by Reuters.

HANOI: Seven bodies have been found washed ashore on a beach in southern Vietnam, authorities said on Friday, a week after a boat with more than 40 people on board sank off the neighbouring Cambodian coastal town of Sihanoukville.

This week: Typhoon Noru, beauty queen asylum, baht freefall and Chiang Mai wall collapse

Storm Noru has weakened to a low-pressure system but will continue to bring heavy rain on Friday, with the threat of flooding, the Meteorological Department said.

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