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British prisoner with suspected coronavirus following extradition from Thailand was arrested in Pattaya last year

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3 hours ago, Pedrogaz said:

I am confused with this....if he was ok and was extradited on 27th, where did he pick the virus up from. He was in prison (presumably) before that) but he must have gone to court for example. Was he in isolation in prison and never allowed into the canteen for example? 

Now he has flown on a plane or two planes for many hours after infecting two prison mates in Thailand? What about the people on the plane that he was breathing on?

 

Apart from the math, which is never accurate, what is it about all news articles in Thailand that leave you with more questions than answers?

How do we know it wasn't on of the two inmates that infected him?  
Though it is more likely that he probably contracted it en route to the UK, in the airport or plane.  Which begs the question, how many more are infected now? 

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17 hours ago, jacko45k said:

And when did she arrive in Thailand?

She could well have been one of the thousands or tens or hundreds of thousands who fled Wuhan before the announcement of the plague and there has been no answer from the Chinese government about where these people went.

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19 hours ago, keith101 said:

Why are people from Wuhan still being allowed into the country ?

 

Its ok i know the answer wealth over health .

On Yesterdays forum, the government stated that Thailand is still welcoming Chinese tourists, and not closing its doors to Chinese citizens like other Countries, 

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A mate of mine had to go to the immigration the other day he said their was a big line of Chinese there extending their visa's

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13 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

If he is infected they don’t believe he got it in Thailand

After China, Thailand is number 2 for cases of this infection.

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14 minutes ago, mikebell said:

After China, Thailand is number 2 for cases of this infection.

Thailand is number 5 

 

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1 hour ago, mikebell said:

After China, Thailand is number 2 for cases of this infection.

Oh, no... not another own goal?... by @mikebell

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1 hour ago, Peterw42 said:

Thailand is number 5 

 

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You should do us a favor and post a link to the website with that info to stop the TV stress monkeys posting <deleted>.

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4 hours ago, Soikhaonoiken said:

On Yesterdays forum, the government stated that Thailand is still welcoming Chinese tourists, and not closing its doors to Chinese citizens like other Countries, 

Just check Don Muang flight arrivals- they are still arriving alright.

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On 2/12/2020 at 5:46 AM, daiwill60 said:

Which begs the question, how many more are infected now? 

Far less than millions infected by H1N1 virus that killed almost 300K. 

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On 2/13/2020 at 7:44 AM, NanLaew said:

Oh, no... not another own goal?... by @mikebell

I stand corrected IF we are to believe Thailand's Ministry of Lies about the number of reported cases.  The countries above Thailand in this dubious league are taking steps to prevent suspect Chinese tourists; Thailand is rolling out the red carpet.  But then when has Thailand put lives before baht?  Check out the daily road slaughter versus Thai predatory police whose only answer is to check licences and wallets.

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Off topic conspiracy troll post removed

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1 hour ago, mikebell said:

I stand corrected IF we are to believe Thailand's Ministry of Lies about the number of reported cases.  The countries above Thailand in this dubious league are taking steps to prevent suspect Chinese tourists; Thailand is rolling out the red carpet.  But then when has Thailand put lives before baht?  Check out the daily road slaughter versus Thai predatory police whose only answer is to check licences and wallets.

Note for myself: Ignore Mikebell.

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