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Hua Hin: Beer bars close for 14 days - infected Chinese footballer stayed at "well known" hotel

 

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It has been revealed that a professional Brazilian football striker with a Chinese team who stayed at a Hua Hin hotel with teammates has tested positive for coronavirus. 

 

Meizhou Hakka FC went back to China on Monday and forward Dorielton, 30, was diagnosed the next day. 

 

The team had been staying at a famous Hua Hin hotel, said 77kaoded who did not name the establishment. The team also stayed at a hotel in Bangkok. 

 

Deep cleaning has been going on at the PT Prajuap FC stadium and the public are barred from using its facilities. 

 

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Picture: 77kaoded

 

Health authorities are scurrying to establish the movements of the team and timelines though they remained tight lipped about what they were doing regarding the hotel. 

 

Meanwhile more than 100 beer bars in Hua Hin are to close until the end of the month. They had hoped to remain open but 77kaoded said they had agreed to the 14 day closure. 

 

Source: 77kaoded

 

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A professional football team staying in Hua Hin. Beyond the issue of the hotel, how many and which restaurants did they eat at? Where did they have drinks. If one teammate tested positive, you have to assume other teammates are or will become infected as well.

It's just downright irresponsible and stupid not to make more information available, especially the name of the hotel. Facts publicly disseminated can save lives. 

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8 minutes ago, James26 said:

A professional football team staying in Hua Hin. Beyond the issue of the hotel, how many and which restaurants did they eat at? Where did they have drinks. If one teammate tested positive, you have to assume other teammates are or will become infected as well.

It's just downright irresponsible and stupid not to make more information available, especially the name of the hotel. Facts publicly disseminated can save lives. 

And empty hotels... hence the secrecy!

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They should give all details hotels, bars, restaurants and dates this will help lots of people 

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37 minutes ago, Canuck1966 said:

Money is more important than lives in LOS

A hierarchy aloof to their own people, in effect a caste system is in place. 

If the coming months/years are a survival of the fittest, a little blood letting won’t go amiss towards the elite.

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Bartender, I’ll have a Corona Light.

What do you mean, you’re closed?

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So now people are drinking in the restaurants, where the risks are just as bad.

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18 hours ago, webfact said:

Meizhou Hakka FC went back to China on Monday and forward Dorielton, 30, was diagnosed the next day. 

Timeline doesn't make sense.  Seems there should be more days in between.

 

Did he go and get tested the second he landed in China and got immediate results within 24-hours?

 

If he felt to need to test immediately, was he already feeling unwell in Thailand and while boarding plane to go back?  Did he have a fever while boarding & still got on plane?

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6 hours ago, nickstav said:

So now people are drinking in the restaurants, where the risks are just as bad.

totally agree now instead of having a few people spread out through the bars lets squash them all together in the restaurants

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3 hours ago, Iron Tongue said:

Timeline doesn't make sense.  Seems there should be more days in between.

 

Did he go and get tested the second he landed in China and got immediate results within 24-hours?

 

If he felt to need to test immediately, was he already feeling unwell in Thailand and while boarding plane to go back?  Did he have a fever while boarding & still got on plane?

You don't simply enter China these days, there's quarantine and testing going on for everyone on arrival.

 

They want to avoid importing cases of the flu they were exporting all around the world just a couple of months back.

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