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The Ministry of Education will speed up giving jabs to 210,000 teachers as all secondary schools and vocational course students are expected to get fully inoculated by Nov 15.

Up to 43 firms have won an auction to participate in the Energy for All renewable scheme, following several delays caused by Covid-19 and a cabinet reshuffle, according to the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC).

Thailand's handicraft exports are expected to grow by nearly 20% this year, driven by increasing demand for silverware, goldware and ornaments.

State-owned enterprises are projected to rev up their investments during 2023-2025 after the Covid-19 outbreak eases.

The Public Health Ministry is closing down a field hospital at Impact Muang Thong Thani exhibition centre in Nonthaburi province because of a decline in the number of Covid-19 patients.

Former champions SCG Muang Thong United, winless in their first two Thai League 1 matches, are hoping for a change in fortune when they host Ratchaburi on Friday.

The government has denied delaying the process of receiving another 1 million doses of Pfizer vaccines against Covid-19 to be donated by the US.

UNITED NATIONS (UNITED STATES) - The United States and European Union voiced frustration at the UN this week over the slow pace with Iran, saying its new government showed no indication it was ready to revive a nuclear accord.

National Telecom (NT) is joining forces with the Government Big Data Institute (GBDi) to launch a "Health Link" centralised platform to gather patients' records from around 100 hospitals to facilitate healthcare services.

Protesters are stepping up violent and politically motivated activities while enjoying legal protection from some supporters, national police chief Pol Gen Suwat Jangyodsuk said on Thursday.


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