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Three new cases were reported on Sunday, while the Public Health Ministry confirmed none of the concert-goers in Nakhon Si Thammarat were infected with the novel coronavirus.

As the coronavirus brought the global economy to its knees, Thai businessman Yod decided to buy himself a 27 million baht treat -- a lime-green Lamborghini.

From July 1, Covid-19 restrictions have gradually been eased to the extent that people's lives are slowly returning to normal. All schools, shopping malls, convenience stores and even pubs and bars, as well as soapy massage parlours, can now open so the economy can revive.

A committee is likely to be formed to review a public prosecutor's decision to drop Vorayuth "Boss" Yoovidhya's manslaughter charge in his 2012 hit-and-run case.

The Criminal Court on Saturday approved bail for a lawyer and a student activist who were arrested on Friday on multiple charges including sedition in connection with their involvement in a recent anti-government rally.

The organisers of the Bangkok Midnight Marathon (BMM) 2020 have apologised and will open the race to expat runners after facing a storm of criticism for a policy perceived as barring foreigners from entering.

A man who killed a gunman who had slain three other people at an illegal gambling den in Bangkok on Monday night insisted he acted alone, police said on Saturday.

Three new Covid-19 cases reported on Saturday were Thais from Saudi Arabia and Indonesia, bringing the total to 3,348. The death toll remained unchanged at 58.

Police on Friday night detained two pro-democracy activists at a police station over a demonstration last month as leaders of the student protest movement vowed to escalate their anti-government demonstrations.

The organiser of the Bangkok Midnight Marathon (BMM) 2020 was blasted online on Friday after its "new normal race" policy was perceived to be barring foreigners from entering the race.

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