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  1. Yes I live in Thailand. I agree with you, kinda even said the same in the post you quoted, but I'm saying good luck to Thailand if they're going to continue that route if cases reach 10k+ daily in a worst case scenario, knowing that in Europe most large hospitals doesn't even have a capacity of 1,000 beds. Only 2 hospitals in the world have a capacity of more than 3,500 beds. When hospitals are filled with covid patients in most of the world, it's not because 60% of the beds are occupied by asymptomatic patients. These are patients who need treatment, the rest are told to stay hom
  2. 4,314 receiving treatment? In hospitals? Good luck to Thailand if they're going to hospitalize everyone with Covid. Wouldn't surprise me though knowing people here goes to hospital to get drip and antibiotics just for a runny nose. Much better to quarantine people who are asymptomatic or not very ill at home so there are beds available for those who actually need help.
  3. Google translate (image scan): 9 Number of people infected with cov1D-19 related to provincial entertainment venues 22 Mar-9 Apr 2011 (n = 1,016) Cha Thawang Khen Province 3 3 WUSTRYO 3 Chon Buri 70 23 BLICHE 3 3 5 45 2 f LIVE 6 2 7 18 2 8 16 29 2 10 11 2 11 10 2 Lua Province No. of infected cases No. of infections No. 1 Bangkok 583 21 Chaiyaphum 2 Samut Prakan 82 22 Nakhon Ratchasima Phuket 4 Prachuap Khiri Khan 49 24 Lopburi, Sa Kaeo 25, Phetchabun, Nonthaburi 34 26 Kanchanaburi Suphanburi 27 Chachoengsao Pathum Thani 28 Buriram 2 9 Udon Thani 15 Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Nakhon
  4. Must come from countries without mutations? There have been at least 4000 mutations of Covid-19 detected worldwide. https://edition.cnn.com/world/live-news/coronavirus-pandemic-vaccine-updates-02-04-21/h_7da8efe837253a5fb2ea1c8113fbc1f6 According to Nature.com virologists had catalogued over 12,000 mutations of the virus' genomes already in September 2020. https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-02544-6 The vast majority of them doesn't affect how the virus work, and most of them die off before spreading or getting foothold, but just about ever
  5. I have a dozen family members coming from all over Bangkok and Samut Prakan to Udon Thani in 3 days. Can't say I'm liking this. Then I have to go get a stamp at the Embassy in a couple of weeks. Everything is just bad timing now.
  6. Who's panicking? The hospitals are able to cope because we're containing it in the first place. If we didn't we'd end up worse than countries where hospitals aren't able to cope, people laying in corridors, dying in waiting rooms, stacked upon each other in mass graves. This is the reality in some countries who have failed, were people like you didn't care, despite an effort from the government and hospitals. If you took away that effort, it would've been even worse. Should also take into consideration we're not just talking about deaths, but also aftereffects. Around 3
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