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Thai tourism faces up to Bt100 bn loss from fear of virus


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6 hours ago, DrTuner said:

I'm sure the Chinese already have the cure, just ask your local traditional medicine practitioner. Most likely dried and ground bat.

typical homeopathic, treat like with like.

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So are they going to charge the Corona virus with adversely affecting the industry and the fine reputation of the destinations?

Never mind, the Indians are still coming in droves and spending big, they'll prop you up! Right?

And this is the only thing that worries the government...... - Disgusting.!!!!!!!

11 hours ago, ChipButty said:

These post are getting boring now you guys are getting to paranoid,

These post are getting as bad as them TM-30 post,

 

Thai's will have a cure by next week

Johnson and Johnson said a cure would take a year.

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50 minutes ago, bwpage3 said:

Johnson and Johnson said a cure would take a year.

But J & J haven't got Payut on their payroll - that's the difference. 

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100 billion means 300 billion.

 

IF IF IF one bar in Pattaya or Bangkok dies from it....  that number goes to 298327439824798324723849327 billion and they will offer free visas for life to stay.   

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On 1/28/2020 at 3:28 AM, webfact said:

Thai tourism faces up to Bt100 bn loss from fear of virus

TAT was worried it didn't had anything to blame the low influx of tourists, now they have a good one....

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So much doom and gloom.   Well there is  some good news today.   To quote a typicalised theoretical quote from The Golden State Times "Breaking News with Incredible Factual Information Announced NOW! "  My doctor tells me I don't have an enlarged prostrate anymore.  And that is not what caused my weight to go from 101kg to 89.6kg.   

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