Thai Expat Daily Show

EP 215 - VISA EXTENSIONs TO BOOST TOURISM, Emergency Decree to End, New Driving Law, Thailand News

August 22, 2022 Ciaran Mc Season 3 Episode 215
Thai Expat Daily Show
EP 215 - VISA EXTENSIONs TO BOOST TOURISM, Emergency Decree to End, New Driving Law, Thailand News
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Thailands Daily News Today - Monday 22nd August 2022
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Enforcement of Thailand’s new safety belt law pending edict from police
Thailand’s Land Traffic Act B.E. 2565 (2022AD), which mandates that all passengers in private and public transport vehicles, except buses, wear safety belts, will be enforced once the Royal Thai Police have issued an edict within 90 days of the act coming into effect on September 5th, according to Land Transport Department Director-General Chirute Visalachitra.
Source - Thai PBS World
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Doctors warn of 4 am booze plan
Doctors have warned against the government's plan to extend the operating hours of pubs to 4 am to boost the economy, citing the potential for more road accidents and the risk of further Covid-19 infections.
Source - The Bangkok Post
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Visa extended to boost tourism
The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has approved longer visas for fore Oct 1 until March 31 as part of efforts to revitalize the economy as the pandemic eases, the agency said on Friday.
Source - The Bangkok Post
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No CCSA or extension of an emergency decree from Oct 1
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Friday approved the lifting of the emergency decree and dissolution of the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) on October 1.
Source - The Nation Thailand
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Police remind car and bike rentals to check driving licenses
Tourist Police warned vehicle rentals about fines for letting a person without a proper license drive a car or a motorcycle.
Source - The Phuket News
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