Thinking the red juice in a rare steak is blood is a fallacy believed by lots of people. It's not blood. "Even the rarest and reddest of steaks is actually bloodless. Instead, what you’re looking at is a combination of water, which makes up about 75 per cent of meat, and a protein found in muscle tissue called myoglobin. If that name sounds familiar, it’s probably because it sounds a bit like hemoglobin, the protein that transports oxygen in blood. Yes, there’s that word again, but myoglobin isn’t blood (honest!) – instead, its job is to transport oxygen through muscle.
I can confirm that. I had a policy thet started on Dec 8th, the day of arrival for my original flight. I had to reschedule twice and entered Thailand on Feb 14th. My permission to stay was granted only until Dec 8th, the expiration date on my policy. My agent had told me that the policy did not go into effect until I arrived in Thailand and would be good for one year from that date and the company is updating my policy to show a start date of Dec 14th, I will go to Jomtien immigration after quarantine and see if they will change my permission to stay to one full year wi