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17 hours ago, webfact said:

Thailand reports new case of coronavirus

 

No worries. The 'Top Guns' of the Commerce Ministry War Room are locked, loaded and ready to spring into action.

 

 

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so this Chinese person has only had contact with one other person the whole time in Thailand ?   If I was to say what I want to say in response to this article it would be deleted   

Two labs need to confirm, one is Chula, the other one is National Institute of Health, under Ministry of Public Health, spearheaded by "farang go home" Anutin. I'll let others connect the dots as they

And diagnosis backlog unknown. These numbers mean very little when you don't have the capacity or will to do the lab tests.

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On 2/11/2020 at 2:40 PM, smedly said:

so this Chinese person has only had contact with one other person the whole time in Thailand ?

 

If I was to say what I want to say in response to this article it would be deleted 

 

I'm sure people have a good idea what I'm getting at

If the Thai medical bosses count numbers as well as TAT then we are all <deleted>!!😷😷😷😷

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15 hours ago, 4MyEgo said:

I have been hanging on the end of my seat waiting to hear of a farang having it in Thailand, because I am sure the Health Minister will be beating his drums again, no doubt won't be able to contain himself.

 

 

 

Meanwhile, 33 confirmed cases in a country of close to 70 million. I'm not shaking in my shoes just yet.

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really have to wonder who is organizing these figures, over 1,000 have died from it in china with figures of infected rising rapidly yet here in Thailand where they are welcoming more infected chinese they are telling us the figures are holding steady. Obviously with the infected english prisoner being outed in the UK as having it there has to be more prisoner/guards in thai jails with it but they are not being declared as yet, why, is the govt more concerned with tourist numbers than their citizens lives/health, definitely looks like it.

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5 minutes ago, seajae said:

Obviously with the infected english prisoner being outed in the UK as having it there has to be more prisoner/guards in thai jails with it but they are not being declared as yet, why

He (and another) haven't been confirmed, testing for it at the moment. Even if positive, he could have just as easily picked it up on the flight as in the monkey house.

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

Thailand has not imposed any bans on tourists or travelers to the country since the outbreak of the virus, though it is screening passengers on flights from China on arrival and requires a health certificate to enter the country from China.

 

However, the government has barred passengers from Holland America's cruise ship MS Westerdam from disembarking, the health minister said on Tuesday.

 

Welcome to Thailand!

 

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1 hour ago, Bangkok Barry said:

 

Meanwhile, 33 confirmed cases in a country of close to 70 million. I'm not shaking in my shoes just yet.

Well 33 confirmed cases actually disclosed .

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Gosh...33!! That is almost one in 500,000 people.

 

Anyone know of a safe route that I can follow from my condo to Villa. 

 

I desperately need some Thai made mozzarella for some lasagna. 

 

It's a crisis!

 

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2 hours ago, Bangkok Barry said:

 

Meanwhile, 33 confirmed cases in a country of close to 70 million. I'm not shaking in my shoes just yet.

Probably in the hundreds waiting for diagnosis in the undisclosed backlog. The actual number of infected among them is likely also over 100. Outside that group likely a few thousand. 

 

MoPH will just wait and let the <deleted> hit the fan until they simply can't cover it up anymore.

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the virus is sick, but Thailand health figures are much sicker, I like many others am waiting to hear what health boss has to say when a farang gets the virus, think his racism will peak. will the x general back him up publicly?

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Why does Australia, the UK Canada and a host of other countries. continue to operate the VFS Gobal data Bio-Metric collection centres?

Following the nCornaVirus outbreak these data collection centres are a serious risk of contamination akin to an airport check-in or departure lounge.

Sources of contamination includes crowded waiting rooms. Lifts, Air-conditioning, document handling and the bio collection data (Fingerprints) recording equipment )

These centres are not required as Thailand has already collected bio-metric data in issuing ePassports since 2013. Any documents required can be submitted online.  

The recent outbreak of the nCoronavirus adds further concern as these data collection centres are a serious risk for infection.

Thousands of visa applicants attend these centres every day. (Not just Thai Citizens) It is not just Australia but many other States/Countries collect and require this outdated information.

A perfectly healthy citizens attends one of these centres and could realistically contract the virus and then soon travel.

https://youtu.be/IMRcswme3aQ?t=1920

These centres are just as much as a risk as an airport check-in or waiting lounge. Given that those attending are intending to travel the risk of spreading the virus is even greater

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