13 July 2020


Thailand tightens borders over fears of second wave of coronavirus (5)
By Reuters July 13, 2020 | 12:16pm BANGKOK - Thailand ordered security stepped up at its land borders on Monday after concerns surged over a possible second wave of coronavirus infections, following the arrests of thousands of illegal migrants in the past month. Since the start of June, authorities have arrested 3,000 migrant workers for overland entry attempts, said Taweesin Wisanuyothin, a spokesman for Thailand's task force on the disease.
Coronavirus in 2 foreign arrivals raises alarm in Thailand (4)
July 13, 2020 BANGKOK (AP) - Health authorities in Thailand are seeking to trace the contacts of two recent foreign arrivals in the country who were infected with the coronavirus and may have violated quarantine rules. The two cases, an Egyptian military officer and the 9-year-old child of a diplomat from Africa, surfaced as Thailand marked seven weeks with no local transmissions of the coronavirus.
CAS ruling protects Champions League dream for Man City's Abu Dhabi owners (2)
4 min London (AFP) Manchester City have become the dominant force in English football over the past decade but are still waiting for the final piece in the Abu Dhabi project jigsaw - the Champions League title. Backed by Sheikh Mansour's immense wealth, inspired by Pep Guardiola's managerial genius and boasting a cast of superstars, the club have greedily scooped up 11 major trophies in nine years. Yet the prize that has eluded them is the Champions League, which the
Egyptian military airplane crew member tests positive for COVID-19 in Thailand (2)
Video PlayerClose BANGKOK, July 13 (Xinhua) - Thailand's anti-COVID-19 measures have been stepped up in the eastern part of the country after a crewmember from an Egyptian military airplane recently tested positive for the virus, a government official said on Monday. The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) spokesman Taweesilp Visanuyothin confirmed an airport, a hotel, a department store and
Human trials set for jab candidate (6)
Potential vaccine shows promising results published : 12 Jul 2020 at 05:33 newspaper section: News writer: Dumrongkiat Mala Suvit: 'Very good' levels of antibody. A local Covid-19 vaccine candidate will enter clinical trials in October after it was shown to have produced high antibody levels among primates. Minister of Higher Education Science Research and Innovation Suvit Maesincee on Saturday cited a report by researchers from Chulalongkorn
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