COVID-19 Update: Decrease in Cases and Comparison with Flu

COVID-19 Update: New Cases and Vaccination Progress The Department of Disease Control has released its weekly report on the status of COVID-19. The data for the 38th week, covering the period from September 10th to September 16th, 2023, reveals that there were 234 new patients admitted to hospitals. This translates to an average of 33 […]

Global Stock Markets Rebound as Interest Rates Approach Peak Levels

Stock Markets Recover as Global Interest Rates Rise Global stock markets are showing signs of recovery as interest rates around the world reach their highest point. This comes as welcome news amid concerns of a global economic slowdown. Key Factors Impacting the Recovery: Real estate in China has been significantly affected, with credit ratings agency […]

The Battle for Tesla: Asian Countries Compete for Investment in the Electric Vehicle Industry

Tesla Faces Turmoil in Thailand as Automakers Await Government Approval Thailand’s Electric Vehicle Industry Awaits Budget Approval Tesla, the world’s largest electric vehicle manufacturer, has established a significant production base in China. As a result, numerous countries throughout Asia, including Thailand, are making efforts to attract Tesla and establish their own production facilities. However, recent […]

Discovery of Omicron BA.2.86: The Future Main Strain of COVID-19

Scientists Discover Potential New COVID-19 Variant, “BA.2.86” Expert Findings Support the Concern for “Double Mutation – Reverse Polarity” Strain In a significant breakthrough, the Center for Medical Genomics at Ramathibodi Hospital’s Faculty of Medicine shared groundbreaking research from Ohio State University. Professor Shan-Lu Liu, Director of the Virus and Emerging Pathogens Project at the Institute […]

New COVID-19 Strain BA.2.86 Raises Concerns About Immunity and Global Spread

Medical Genome Center Implicates Omicron BA.2.86 as a Disruptive COVID-19 Variant Experimental Findings Emphasize Omicron BA.2.86’s Immune Resistance Medical genome researchers at Ramathibodi Hospital’s Faculty of Medicine have recently shared crucial insights on the latest developments surrounding the SARS-CoV-2 omicron variant. Their investigations have validated that omicron BA.2.86 carries a distinct genetic mutation, setting it […]

Updated Free COVID Vaccine Drop-in Points and Schedules for September 2023: Institutes of Dermatology and National Cancer Institute Offer Pfizer Boosters

Updated Drop-In Point for Free COVID-19 Vaccines in September 2023 A new drop-in point has been announced for individuals seeking the “Free COVID Vaccine” injection in September 2023. It is important to check the updated location, date, and time for this vaccination service. Institute of Dermatology – Providing Pfizer Bivalent BA.4-5 Vaccines The Institute of […]

Dr. Teera Updates on COVID-19 Mutation: Omicron Continues to Evolve with Strong Immune Resistance

Dr. Thira Warns of Increased Immune Resistance in Mutated COVID-19 Subspecies In a recent Facebook post, Dr. Thira Woratanarat, a renowned professor at Chulalongkorn University Faculty of Medicine, provided an update on the continuously mutating COVID-19 virus. He highlighted the emergence of the Omicron subspecies, particularly the EG.5.1 – BA.2.86 variant, which has shown increased […]

New Highly Mutated COVID-19 Variant BA.2.86 Detected in Multiple Countries

COVID-19 Variant BA.2.86 Emerges in Multiple Countries In a recent update, Maria Van Kerkhove, MD, the technical chief of the World Health Organization (WHO), announced that the virus responsible for the ongoing pandemic has been officially named COVID-19. However, new concerning developments are now being observed in various nations. A highly mutated strain referred to […]

EG.5: A Rapidly Spreading COVID-19 Variant to Monitor Closely

The World Health Organization Monitors EG.5 Variant Due to Potentially Infectious Mutations The World Health Organization (WHO) has classified the EG.5 variant, nicknamed “Eris,” as an “interesting species” that warrants closer surveillance. This classification is attributed to the presence of mutations that may enable the variant to infect individuals more efficiently or cause more severe […]