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  1. "...Danish media..." in the news article is a reference to Denmark, which is a country in Europe. If anything, this would make it Danish misinformation, not Chinese misinformation.
  2. The check-in staff was wrong in requiring the date of birth on your Covid-19 test report.
  3. Read the reviews of the Android version of this app here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dga.thailandplus.android Illuminating.
  4. You got your types of cheese mixed up but never mind, we would be off topic discussing this here. Go to the forum "Farang food" or whatever it is called for enlightenment.
  5. This post in another recent topic has a copy of a fit-to-fly certificate actally used by somebody flying from the UK and unlike the sample of the Thai embassy in Italy it uses correct English.
  6. The fit-to-fly certificate for your friend's repatriation flight from the UK can use any text as long as it is in English and includes the words "fit to fly"
  7. In some countries, the Thai Embassy has a sample text for the fit-to-fly certificate on its website, each embassy with a different text, but this does not seem to be the case for the UK. On the web page http://www.thaiembassy.it/index.php/en/consular-services/certificato-di-ingresso-coe, the Thai embassy in Italy has the link http://www.thaiembassy.it/images/sample_Medical_certificate_fit_to_fly.pdf with their sample text.
  8. I thought farlang might be Esperanto but could not find it in that dictionary. Doing some more research just now I found that farlang is the romanisation of the Urdu word فرلانگ, meaning furlong in English, a unit of measure representing one-eighh of a mile. It makes no sense to me in the context of the post where I saw it. https://www.urdupoint.com/dictionary/urdu-to-english/farlang-meaning-in-english/41362.html
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