Thailand- The following is our weekly feature in which we ask our readers a news topical question and get their insight and opinions. We then share their feedback a week later and pick a variety of diverse and interesting responses. This week we are going to ask you: How long do you think the current round of Covid-19 infections and closures in Thailand, including Chonburi, home of Pattaya, will last? As a bonus, sub-question we would like you to give your thoughts on how long you think bars and entertainment venues will stay closed, or how long they should, and what criteria should take place for any sort of opening. For context around this question, take a look at these articles: RECAP: Thailand finds 980 domestic infections among 985 new Covid-19 daily cases in past 24 hours Closure of entertainment venues in Pattaya begins for “two weeks”, Police warn restaurants against becoming bars Let us know in comments, on our social media, or mail us at ... » Learn More about Reader Talkback: How long do you think the current “round” of Covid-19 infections and cases will last in Thailand?
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PRESS RELEASE The Thiager and its sister company Tadoo , have announced they will enter a strategic partnership with the Bangkok-based fintech company, Masii. Having joined forces with Masii, The Thaiger aims to provide its 6 million-plus monthly users with exclusive deals and packages such as the Thailand re-entry package , comprising of the Certificate of Entry (COE), Covid-19 Travel Insurance and a Covid-19 Test. Sapir Matmon, of Tadoo, says “This tie-up will allow us to provide our readers with all-inclusive packages specifically designed to make the whole process of coming back to Thailand as simple as possible. And by booking through us, all service fees will be waived – a saving of more than 1,000 Baht. We’re confident you won’t find a better price in the market right now.” “We can provide everything you need to enter Thailand hassle-free and within 12 hours, which is the fastest in the market.” Says Maxwell Meyer , CEO of Masii. ... » Learn More about The Thaiger joins forces with Masii to bring you hassle-free Thailand re-entry packages and much more
Mollye Asher, Dan Janvey, Peter Spears and director Chloe Zhao react for Best Film BAFTA award for “Nomadland”, during the 74th British Academy Film Awards in London, Britain, April 11, 2021. BAFTA/Handout via REUTERS LONDON – U.S. recession drama “Nomadland”, about a community of van dwellers, was the big winner at Britain’s BAFTA awards on Sunday, scooping best film and prizes for its Chinese-born director Chloe Zhao and leading actress Frances McDormand. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts ceremony was held virtually over two nights, with nominees joining in by video, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However film stars Hugh Grant and Priyanka Chopra Jonas appeared in person at London’s Royal Albert Hall while Renee Zellweger and Anna Kendrick joined from a Los Angeles studio to present the awards. “Nomadland”, which has already picked up prizes this awards season, stars 63-year-old McDormand as a widow, who in the wake of the U.S. economic recession, turns her van ... » Learn More about Recession drama ‘Nomadland’ wins best film at BAFTA awards