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Thailand & Pattaya News, from Fabulous 103fm (26 May 2022)

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The Department of Disease Control is establishing checkpoints at all international airports with a view to scanning all for signs of Monkeypox, a virus now establishing itself in the western and african world and which, to date, has not been found here. Initially, the checkpoints will scan all as they pass for higher than normal temperatures then, if anyone shows high fever, they will be checked for skin rashes and more.

Thailand news: Monkeypox

Thailand’s air force has apologized to travelers to and from Ubon ratchathani airport where flight arriving and leaving were cancelled yesterday after a military C-130 plane blocked the runways after a failure in brakes on landing, and a following risk that landing gear could collapse after the use of emergency braking systems. Military teams were removing the plane last evening and travellers are advised to call ahead to check if their flights WILL still operate today.

Thailand news: Ubon military plane

Concern that money lending with menaces is on the increase this week as reports come from Korat of a video clip which clearly shows a debt collector viciously beating a young woman who, we are told, is behind on her debt payments. With a suggested clamp down on mafia style loans in force for the past few years, huge concern from the public as the clip showed him also ripping at her hair during the one sided attack. She has filed a complaint with local police and all await results of their pending arrest.

A 38 year old nurse who established herself and a company with a plan to offer flu jabs en mass to companies and factories has been arrested in the capital. It seems, to make more money, she sold investments to gullible investors with the usual promise of high returns on their money, and using the name of a well known global pharmacy company as being involved. Checks found that the company had no such dealings AND with 5 million baht scammed, in reports to date, but police believe the amount could be ten fold.

Thailand news: flu jab nurse scam

Local businesses have been quick to send a list of unfinished business to the new city mayor. Citing issues such as the still unfinished street paving in walking street and the current condition of pavements around the city, they hope that he might just speed up the current unfinished projects well ahead of the hoped for high season.

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