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Tuesday, 07 July 20

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Thailand

·     Migrant workers on coronavirus front line as Asia returns to work (Straits Times, 15 May 2020)

·     Changing employment conditions during the COVID-19 situation (Bangkok Post, 14 May 2020)

·     Workers unite against textile factory over SSF 'failure' (Bangkok Post, 13 May 2020)

·     Businesses urge further easing of lockdown (Bangkok Post, 12 May 2020)

·     Businesses urge relaxing lockdown to stem job losses (Bangkok Post, 11 May 2020)

·     Thailand: The Coronavirus Suicides (The Diplomat, 11 May 2020)

·     Thailand's poor want to return to work, end lockdown (UCA News, 10 May 2020)

·     Shielding Asean migrant workers (Bangkok Post, 8 May 2020)

·     Supporting sex workers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Thailand (UNAIDS, 7 May 2020)

·     Thai PM says Covid-19 impact may last another 9 months (Today, 6 May 2020)

·     Thailand’s inflation rate falls 2.99 % in April (Pattaya Mail, 6 May 2020)

·     Migrant workers contract Covid-19 at Thai detention center (UCA News, 5 May 2020)

·     Thai medics 'lack equipment' to combat virus (UCA News Reporter, 3 May 2020)

·     Pandemic is exposing the gaps in Thai education (Bangkok Post, 1 May 2020)

·     Public suicide bid as millions of Thais wait for coronavirus aid (CNA, 29 April 2020)

·     PM issues plea for 'patience' (Bangkok Post, 29 April 2020)

·     Thailand's state of emergency extended until 31 May (Bangkok Post, 28 April 2020)

·     Thailand's state of emergency extended until 31 May (Bangkok Post, 28 April 2020)

·     Health budget cuts rife with prejudice (Bangkok Post, 27 April 2020)

·     25 more arrested entering Thailand by wading across river from Malaysia (The Thaiger, 26 April 2020)

·     Malaysia: Stop Jailing Covid-19 Lockdown Violators (Human Rights Watch, 26 April 2020)

·     Thailand’s Security Council eyes extending state of emergency, easing some restrictions (The Thaiger, 24 April 2020)

·     Rights group slams Thailand's repressive laws to intensify crackdown on COVID-19 critics (Deutsche Welle, 23 April 2020)

·     Thai PM Prayut's appeal to billionaires to help ease Covid-19 pain highlights big business privileges (Straits Times, 21 April 2020)

·     Covid-19 aid reaches 8,000 who lost jobs (Bangkok Post, 21 April 2020)

·     8,000 workers in Thailand receive first COVID-19 aid payment (Human Resources, 21 April 2020)

·     Power bill cut for 22m houses (Bangkok Post, 21 April 2020)

·     Thai government and TCEB announce measures to support the exhibition industry (Exhibition World, 21 April 2020)

·     400 Thai workers trying to sneak in from Malaysia detained (The Malay Mail, 19 April 2020)

·     Migrant workers left out in Thailand's fight against COVID-19 (CNA, 19 April 2020)

·     Unemployment soars to 700,000 as factories close (Bangkok Post, 18 April 2020)

·     Government only has enough to pay 5,000-baht aid package for 1 month – PM (The Thaiger, 16 April 2020)

·     Protect Medical Workers in Thailand from Covid-19 (Human Rights Watch, 15 April 2020)

·     Thailand travel: Government extends travel ban for tourists to curb coronavirus (Express, 15 April 2020)

·     Textile, garment industry suffers badly from contagion crisis (The Nation, 14 April 2020)

·     Songkran festival cancelled as Thailand combats COVID-19 (CNA, 13 April 2020)

·     Thailand job losses may hit 10 million if COVID-19 outbreak drags on (CNA, 13 April 2020)

·     In Thailand, the COVID-19 outbreak is driving more consumers online (CNA, 11 April 2020)

·     Thailand's most popular island goes into lockdown as Covid-19 cases surge (CNN, 10 April 2020)

·     Thailand approves $82.5b plan to mitigate coronavirus impact (Straits Times, 7 April 2020)

·     Scared but desperate, Thai sex workers forced to the street (Straits Times, 5 April 2020) 

·     B300bn third stimulus package in store (Bangkok Post, 31 March 2020) 

·     COVID-19 Impact on Migrant Workers in Thailand (International Labour Rights Forum, 27 March 2020)

·     No compensation for illegal workers returning from South Korea: Labour Ministry (The Nation, 6 March 2020)



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