Contract to buy 20m doses of Pfizer vaccine signed.
Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul, his deputy Sathit Pitutecha, and public health permanent secretary Dr Kiattiphum Wongrajit witnessed the signing ceremony at the Public Health Ministry in Nonthaburi.
Mr Anutin said Thailand had worked closely with Pfizer Co over the past 2-3 months. According to reports, Thailand decided to buy it in late April.
The batch, however, is not the first mRNA vaccine to arrive in Thailand.
The Bank of Thailand has released a survey of analyst opinions on the Thai economy this year and next. Most of them view GDP slowing but inflation is higher.
The Bank of Thailand (BOT) released a survey of analyst opinions on the Thai economy in the third quarter of 2021. Analysts have downgraded their forecasts for the recovery of the Thai economy this year and next. This year, the average survey Forecasts that Thai economic growth will decline to 1.3% from 2.5% next year, down to 3% from 4% next year, with the expectation that the Thai economy in the third quarter will be stable from the same period last year.
This year, with an average growth of 1.2% from 1.1% the next year, with an average growth of 1.5% from 1.25% ,the survey found. Analysts see private consumption tends to contract due to the protracted and severe April 2021 coronavirus epidemic.
Travelers entering under the “Tourist visa exemption scheme” can stay for up to 45 days. Meanwhile, the STV, introduced in October 2020, allows for 90-day stays, and can be renewed twice. Having initially been offered to travelers from low-risk countries, it is now available to travelers from all countries worldwide. You must apply for an STV via the Thai consulate or embassy in your own country.
All travelers must provide proof of an insurance policy that covers treatment for Covid-19 up to the cost of $100,000 and a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure.
A PCR test must be taken on arrival, after which all travelers must quarantine at government-approved quarantine facilities or Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) facilities. This can include luxury hotels, some of which have developed quarantine packages.
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Ivory Coast will use cocoa scrap to power West Africa’s largest biomass plant.
If you have tried chocolate desserts during this time There’s a high likelihood of cocoa coming from the Ivory Coast. This West African country is the largest cocoa producer in the world.
More than 40% of cocoa beans on the market originate here. More than 6 million people are involved in cocoa production in the Ivory Coast. which until now is considered the number one export product of the country Cocoa from here has been delivered to people around the world for decades, but now the Ivory Coast is using cocoa components to power the country.
These wastes are becoming an important part of the Ivory Coast’s transition to renewable energy. After the successful pilot project Ivory Coast has already begun building a biomass plant that uses cocoa waste.
“Phuket Sandbox Project” The first step according to the plan to open the country in 120 days. The Financial Times website reported the news 6 hours ago. Using the headline “Thailand packs its tourism hopes in ‘Phuket Sandbox’” -Thailand puts its tourism hopes on the project. “Phuket Sandbox” is expected to be a pilot project to open the country to welcome vaccinated foreign tourists to visit without quarantine.
The Financial Times marks the first time Phuket has welcomed foreign tourists more than a year after the COVID-19 outbreak. Welcoming 10 million tourists a year.
CNN website headlines “Thailand’s most popular island, Phuket reopens to vaccinatedinternational travelers” -Phuket, Thailand’s most popular island. Open to foreign tourists who have been vaccinated.”
CNN reported that The opening of foreign tourists is the first in 15 months, without the need to quarantine in hotels. It said the first group of 25 tourists arrived at Phuket International Airport from Abu Dhabi. which is one of the 4 flights today The rest of the flights are from Qatar’s Doha. Israel’s Tel Aviv, Singapore, totaling about 400 tourists.