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The administration says that Health Ministry laws appropriately address cannabis

While the government of Thailand works on a comprehensive cannabis law, some are demanding that the drug be classified again as illegal. Recently, the Narcotics...

An end to the winter COVID wave is expected in February

Thai officials have reported an uptick in new cases of COVID-19, which they describe as part of a "anticipated modest wave." According to the...

20th International Congress on Tropical Medicine and Malaria being held in Bangkok

Parasitology and Tropical Medicine Association of Thailand and the Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University will hold the 20th International Congress for Tropical Medicine and...

Health Ministry Pushes Forward With Nationwide Effort to Rehabilitate and Treat Drug Users

The national commission for the treatment and rehabilitation of narcotics users has decided to immediately put into action a strategy to treat addicts. This...

Children’s hospital RSV cases have risen

The number of cases of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) at the Children's Hospital of Thailand has been increasing. The hospital is warning parents of...

Newer Omicron subvariants have been reported in Thailand

Analyzing the genetic composition of samples from Thailand, researchers have discovered novel coronavirus subvariants. The BF.7, BN.1, and BA.2.75.2 coronavirus subvariants were discovered by the...

DDC strongly recommends that all parents get their children vaccinated against COVID-19

Children between the ages of 6 months and 4 years old are now being encouraged to get the new COVID-19 vaccine, according to health...

6 months to 4 year olds will be vaccinated starting Oct 12

Although COVID-19 is now a communicable illness under observation, the health ministry nevertheless recommends vaccination. This is especially true for vaccine booster doses. Meanwhile,...

Covid patients isolated for 5 days as quarantine rule repealed

Although COVID-19 is no longer considered a serious communicable illness in Thailand, persons who test positive are nevertheless advised to avoid close contact with...

Getting your senior loved ones vaccinated against COVID is still strongly recommended, despite the disease’s downgrading.

A full vaccination is still strongly recommended by the health ministry despite COVID-19 being downgraded to a communicable illness under monitoring. Experts in the...

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