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Infected people are arriving from China, should they close the borders to the Chinese?  

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I see, so according to you, although some water entered through the top hatch of the conning tower (submarine) we should not bother closing or sealing it as we dive.    We should drown.

How many millions need to die?  The borders should be closed to China until such time that the virus is under full control.

I do.  What if:   Thousands who are infected but not showing symptoms arrive in Thailand? One of them rides the BTS walking from one end to the other, grasping straps and poles as they

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11 hours ago, DaRoadrunner said:

and risk dying as a consequence.

All is relative;
when you are born, you know that you will die ...

and then we are not yet in the catastrophic numbers of road deaths in Thailand ...
nor even more catastrophic of the so-called "domestic" deaths those arriving at home who are generally two to three times more numerous than those "on the road" .. whatever the country in the world ...

 

All in all, I am happy to live completely outside the "tourist circuit"; lost in the depths of nowhere in a tiny village of Isaan ...

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10 minutes ago, Momofarang said:

In a nutshell they will carry HIV from their unfaithful Thai husbands to their Chinese customers and bring back the new new Corona-virus.

playing a very dangerous Gamble... image.jpeg.6c0183d6f7bfef105f7bcb40543e0b5c.jpeg 

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maybe Thailand could quickly introduce a US-like ESTA programme as a useful prescreening...

 - but make the processing time, much longer than the US's 72 hours 

 

and see who survives (incubation) healthily beyond that processing time

 

 

 

or restrict all entrants, to come into country via Ship, not Plane

 

The in lieu travel time, of Days into Weeks; instead of Minutes and Hours, might delay the 'fake' tourists for just long enough!

 

 

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11 hours ago, impulse said:

 

Ain't Thailand great?  If you did that in the nanny states, they'd own your hotel after the discrimination lawsuits.

 

On airbnb it is a big deal about discrimination although you can cancel bookings but the host gets fined up to $100 a time and they will only allow so many cancellations before they close your account down at least on airbnb you have the choice to accept or decline, on lots of other OTA's it is instant booking making it difficult to cancel

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10 hours ago, cmsally said:

https://www.livescience.com/new-china-coronavirus-faq.html

 

A fairly good summary and at least it seems you can somewhat protect yourself by wearing mask, avoiding people sneezing etc and wash your hands after touching surfaces.

Like clean that finger print scanner at the airport?

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9 hours ago, Chrysaora said:

Someone should tell me the benefit to admitting Chinese at this point in history. 

Baht pure and simple this argument is currently raging on many platforms here as we speak🤔

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The OP has a writing style similar to the recent thread about Inbound Coronal Mass Ejection, ie a little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing, especially if you are lacking in the brain cell department. 🙂

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On 1/25/2020 at 10:33 PM, Chrysaora said:

Someone should tell me the benefit to admitting Chinese at this point in history. 

The Chinese are the Thais lords and masters, they will never do anything to upset them.

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Chinese eat everything/anything, that's the genesis of this virus.  Lock the place down. We don't need their stuff or issues.  They want to live like that they can...

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23 hours ago, cmsally said:

https://www.chiangmainews.co.th/page/archives/1243673

 

Well it seems number 7 is in Chiang Mai at McCormick Hospital.

Sorry in Thai, couldn't find English.

Also another article says they have only just stopped flights from Wuhan to CM.

I have heard through friends that the Wuhan shutdown was known about before implementation, so many people just fled out in haste.

Is there any discussion of temporarily closing Thailand to anyone coming from, or through China?

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