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Corona virus numbers aren't even close to reality

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16 minutes ago, jasonsamui55 said:

I don't know what else I can do.

Well, you could start by hiring a new maid.

 

If you want to send her to Bangkok and do a test in a private hospital then you can get a test done. It's not a blood test though, they're not so cheap either but also not that expensive either. Information about this was posted yesterday elsewhere on this forum.

 

There are other tests to identify which type of well known cold or flu she has - if they come up blank then it's something not so common...and that's worth investigating further.

 

The best option would be to wait for her to get better then add a couple of weeks to that, and that's if she has this new virus which she probably doesn't.

 

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If the thai govt or any govt, tells the truth...

For starters ,even themselves don't know the full 'truth'

..but let's assume they know. it would go like this..

 

'Listen ye great unwashed, we are confronted with a deadly and infectious virus...it could infect anything from 0.1% of the pop. to north of 50%..a sinificant number would croak...hospitals would be overwhelmed within days/weeks...bank runs...empty shelves...collapse of law and order.'

 

You can imagine the reaction from the plebs, and the markets to this announcement.

 

'When things get serious you gotta lie'  J.C Juncker

 

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1 minute ago, Vigilante said:

If the thai govt or any govt, tells the truth...

For starters ,even themselves don't know the full 'truth'

..but let's assume they know. it would go like this..

 

'Listen ye great unwashed, we are confronted with a deadly and infectious virus...it could infect anything from 0.1% of the pop. to north of 50%..a sinificant number would croak...hospitals would be overwhelmed within days/weeks...bank runs...empty shelves...collapse of law and order.'

 

You can imagine the reaction from the plebs, and the markets to this announcement.

 

'When things get serious you gotta lie'  J.C Juncker

 

True on all accounts....

collapse of law and order....didn't that happen in 2014 with the last coup?  LOL Has there really been any since then? In Samui you can go weeks or even months without even knowing there is a government, just if you drive you might see the once or twice monthly police helmet checkpoints from time to time when they need tea money.

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1 minute ago, scubascuba3 said:

the only way to tell is number of deaths go up, but that's probably a well kept secret

They'll just cow manure their way through the whole pandemic until it's finished then it's business as usual.Just a bit of a blip on the map of Thai history.Meanwhile 60,000 have died of they average flu since this started.Whose being lying about the flu deaths and where those infected have been?Who of those that are infected with the flu been accused of putting lives at risk for not declaring where they have been?What draconian measure's have been put in place to stop the spread of the flu?

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22 minutes ago, SteveK said:

Looking at how much Thai hospitals are charging to perform the diagnostic test for coronavirus, it only adds to the idea - that I have doubted all along that people were being effectively tested, and your post only adds fuel to the fire.

Agree, be cutting edge journalism if the story was bought to the attention & run in a out off country newspaper! 🤔

If there is anyone not in on the act!

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3 minutes ago, from the home of CC said:

if you think there is a hidden 400,000 cases here and you obviously don't trust Thais and their government what are you still doing here with your children?

leaving at the end of the school year! or sooner if they close schools.

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10 minutes ago, Vigilante said:

'Listen ye great unwashed" 

Thai people believe everything they are told from someone in authority. The government wants to keep it that way. Hence education and social mobility for the working classes must be avoided at all costs. Westerners are not afraid to challenge authority, which is dangerous for a government that likes to spoonfeed it's citizens complete guff on a regular basis to try and keep the status quo whilst the cronies get ever richer.

 

If you ask a Thai person how many cases of coronavirus the country has had, they will inevitably tell you 40. Ask a westerner and they'll probably tell you that it's at least 100x that amount. The Western mindset of challenging authority and being able to see through very obvious lies and smoke and mirror tactics is dangerous for them.

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10 minutes ago, jasonsamui55 said:

leaving at the end of the school year! or sooner if they close schools.

Please tell us how you know there are 400,000 cases in Thailand when China only has 70,000thousand. If there was that nimber we would know about it on Thai social media, you could not keep Thais quite abot that. Stop spreading fear and false information with wild speculation.

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