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Retailers ramp up measures against coronavirus

By THE NATION

 

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In a move to boost the safety and confidence of customers, major shopping mall operators have stepped up preventive measures against the spread of coronavirus at their branches nationwide.

 

Hygienic measures implemented include providing hand gels at the entrances; sanitising points or spots frequently touched by shoppers, such as buttons in elevators, faucets and door knobs; spraying disinfectant in the elevators, toilets; sanitising shopping baskets and carts and make sure of ample supply of liquid soap in the toilets.

 

Retailers have also provided masks to staff and briefed them on the virus and how to deal with the situatin.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30381141

 

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-- © Copyright The Nation Thailand 2020-01-27
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Its well known world wide, that you can have this virus with out showing any symptoms in its early stages, and yes keeping surfaces clean is a start, but you can't clean a surface after each shopper has touched it, you would need an Arny of staff, also a well known fact is the virus spread mostly by people coughing or sneezing, how can you stop that......

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10 minutes ago, zydeco said:

Give the retailers some credit

they have already enough money

11 minutes ago, zydeco said:

At least they are taking the initiative

they have no choice. they will be heavely impacted with financial losses

they don't do it because they want to protect the health of the people.

13 minutes ago, zydeco said:

Would you rather be ruled over by 7 Eleven or the army?

I thought it was more or less the same entity

i mean the famous 1% controling 66.9% of the wealth of the country

 

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10 minutes ago, Tounge Thaied said:

There is only one full proof way to not get sick. Stay away from other people. 

Particularly the chinese

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2 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Hygienic measures implemented include providing hand gels at the entrances; sanitising points or spots frequently touched by shoppers, such as buttons in elevators, faucets and door knobs; spraying disinfectant in the elevators, toilets; sanitising shopping baskets and carts and make sure of ample supply of liquid soap in the toilets.

naively I thought that these basic hygiene measures were already in place in normal times

obviously i was wrong

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Imagine what this all is good for if someone sneezes next to you and is sick. 

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Oh good, now we will get somewhere.  Forget doctors and medical professionals, call out the retailers.

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5 minutes ago, Beggar said:

Imagine what this all is good for if someone sneezes next to you and is sick. 

? that doesn't guarantee that you are going to get it! Look at the odds against catching anything! or do you not have a functioning immune system, it wont be rendered inoperable!

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2 minutes ago, Chrysaora said:

You're unfortunately wrong. It's highly contagious.

Rubbish, there's 11,000,000 in the originating city, 81 VULNERABLE people have died, 3,000 are "sick = .1% of the population are affected to date!

Spin it how you want, but that's the reality!

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They are all scared so much - - - that we don't spend money... 

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Close the malls, ban Chinese tours... the silver lining of this one is pretty hefty.

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