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Phuket bars, clubs closed for 14 days over COVID-19 fears

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4 hours ago, spiekerjozef said:

Restaurants still open in Phuket?

I'll let you know later

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1 hour ago, Is this real said:

All efforts should be directed to the +50 year olds. 

 

That's why Phuket is closing its bars and soapies... duh!!!!

 

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Another 2,000 girls head home to the sticks possibly moving the virus to more parts unknown.

Why cannot this Government realize that travel should be minimized ?????

 

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6 hours ago, spiekerjozef said:

Cancel my ticket to phuket.

Maybe I can change it to Hua Hin...

Don't bother all the resorts will have to follow suit soon. 

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Anyone who promotes this hoax as real has some serious mental issues..

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2 hours ago, ChrisY1 said:

So is the entire world out of step......while you're in step?

At this point, I'm just repeating the best numbers available.  While people are getting sick, it seems the vast majority are over 60 with underlying health problems i.e. diabetes, heart, or respiratory problems.

 

Are you able to check reliable sources, or, do you just post ignorantly?

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Restaurants in Chalong have been ordered by police to close. Will call governor's office 08:30 tomorrow for clarification. Gyms have been added to list w/o explanation. Talks of exceptions for restaurants with provisions for social distancing but no where is there an explanation or definition of social distancing. Believe police have over reacted or misinterpreted directions. There seems to be a provision for compensation if shut down without proper authority.

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There are many food delivery services operating on Phuket.

Don't know if I could name them without being banned on the forum?

Some restaurants do their own deliveries right to your door, ok gate.

Just look for the motorbikes with the green, orange or pink warmer boxes strapped to the back of the motorbikes.

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2 hours ago, rucker4012 said:

Restaurants in Chalong have been ordered by police to close. Will call governor's office 08:30 tomorrow for clarification. Gyms have been added to list w/o explanation. Talks of exceptions for restaurants with provisions for social distancing but no where is there an explanation or definition of social distancing. Believe police have over reacted or misinterpreted directions. There seems to be a provision for compensation if shut down without proper authority.

Yet the night time venue in Kamala that pulls hundreds of people in from all over Phuket every night remains open.

 

No threat of a virus with big money involved!

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I feel sorry for all the staff working in the bars most of them have got nothing to start with maybe they should setup something at the orbortor where we can donate food 

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16 hours ago, Traubert said:

Here's a fact, a real one.

 

Only 0.005% of the population of China caught Corona virus. Of that 0.005%, only 3% of them died.

 

There is indeed too much nonsense talked in a country where there has been one death of an already sick person. The talk is all of percentages until you supply some.

What would those numbers have been if China hadn't taken the extreme measures they did ? The rest of the world are following their lead in introducing similar measures to contain the spread.

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They should have banned sales of alcohol then that would stop these restaurants doing a roaring trade selling beer and not selling any food Im told the police did the rounds the other night

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