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Coronavirus in Thailand: Should you be worried and do you need to wear a mask?

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12 hours ago, Jingthing said:

Not necessarily. Quite often people don't use them properly and get infected by handling the masks. 

Nobody needs to have a degree to put on a mask, put nothing is only stupid

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14 hours ago, KimSamui said:

My Doctor yesterday told me to wear a mask, so I will follow his advice.

About 3 months ago my missus went to the hospital with a runny nose, cough, rising temperature etc... about 5 hours later she came home with a "saline bottle and a hypodermic syringe", the doctor told her she needed to flush her nose out 4 times a day?....

I went to the local pharmacy 5 minutes away and came home with antibiotics for her... threw the bottle in the bin.

I don't always believe what doctors say.

 

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41 minutes ago, ICELANDMAN said:

Nobody needs to have a degree to put on a mask, put nothing is only stupid

I recently read that about half the people use them incorrectly. 

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For anyone worried, pollution masks do nothing against airborne viruses, because they can enter via the eyes. 

 

You would need to add some goggles. Since pollution masks do not fit airtight to the face, indeed a respirator would be the safest option.

 

Don't forget to add gloves for your protection, studies have shown the corona virus attaches live up to 4 days on plastic, glass and other materials.

 

Happy shopping!

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The air is so bad in Chiang Mai since middle of December, we also die from pollution if we dont wear a mask..... Thank you for all the burning nobody cares !!!

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According to the world health its not the place to be. Thailand..

20,000 from Wuhan arrived in January. 

 

Preferred tourists...

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13 hours ago, rabas said:

... most patients with severe illness were healthy to begin with, including a 30-year-old man who recently died

That would apply to any situation. The very definition of getting sick I would have thought.

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34 minutes ago, hotchilli said:

About 3 months ago my missus went to the hospital with a runny nose, cough, rising temperature etc... about 5 hours later she came home with a "saline bottle and a hypodermic syringe", the doctor told her she needed to flush her nose out 4 times a day?....

I went to the local pharmacy 5 minutes away and came home with antibiotics for her... threw the bottle in the bin.

I don't always believe what doctors say.

 

Use one every day ,as i used to get a blocked nose ,best advice i ever had ,never even suggested when i went to see a specialist in England 

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What is being done in Thailand?

 

Brown envelopes make the rounds and nifty pseudo false assurances from so called expert government officials....

 

 

Should you panic?

 

Most definitely,.... You should be very worried about the sneaky "Face-Ty" first attitude in the name of Chinese Tourism revnue, that the ruling regime is trying to milk at any cost.

 

 

Practice precaution, not paranoia

 

Yeah.... No outdoor activities. Sit home and eat cheetos all day, get fat.....  if you value your life.

 

 

Should you wear a mask?

 

Haha,... Do we have any other choice??

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