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1st COVID 19 case reported in nong khai

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Im waiting on some more information so i can update this post.

Please be take precautions and be careful.

 

I suppose it was bound to happen with the amount of tourists travelling over the friendship bridge.

 

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2 hours ago, jimmjam said:

I suppose it was bound to happen with the amount of tourists travelling over the friendship bridge.

What tourists?

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7 minutes ago, NanLaew said:

What tourists?

You know the 1000s of tourists that where crossing over the border daily before it was closed. 

It has up to a 2 week incubation period before effects are shown.

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19 minutes ago, Isaanbiker said:

I'm sure it's got nothing to do with an employee of a bar, or similar.

 

  

Could be, probably more than 1 person actually has it now in this area. 

Only 1 is confirmed. So now there will be alot of tests carried out and finding out where this person has been and been in contact with

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There are not 1,000s of  tourists coming over the bridge.  I was there a couple of weeks ago and the place was empty.  You could see nobody from one end of Tasadet market to the other.

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Well anyway, she travelled from bangkok, to kallasin to udon thani then to home. So took lots of different modes of transport.

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22 hours ago, jimmjam said:

You know the 1000s of tourists that where crossing over the border daily before it was closed. 

It has up to a 2 week incubation period before effects are shown.

Ah... OK. So you maybe should have posted "I suppose it was bound to happen with the amount of tourists travelling that used to travel over the friendship bridge.

 

Less alarmist. Otherwise you risk the less informed member jumping in with irrelevant comments on hordes of Chinese tourists and insisting they are still being allowed into the country.

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13 minutes ago, NanLaew said:

Ah... OK. So you maybe should have posted "I suppose it was bound to happen with the amount of tourists travelling that used to travel over the friendship bridge.

 

Less alarmist. Otherwise you risk the less informed member jumping in with irrelevant comments on hordes of Chinese tourists and insisting they are still being allowed into the country.

Very true, we are in strange times. 

I cant even believe they let everyone leave from mochit bus station last week, then after that said no one should travel from bkk.

Slowly slowly, like everything.

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23 hours ago, NanLaew said:

What tourists?

 

     Visa runners ?. 

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32 minutes ago, jimmjam said:

Very true, we are in strange times. 

I cant even believe they let everyone leave from mochit bus station last week, then after that said no one should travel from bkk.

Slowly slowly, like everything.

Those 'thousands' that flooded the bus station earlier in the week were mostly the foreigners going BEYOND Thailand's borders. They announced stopping bus ticket sales AFTER they called the travel restriction under the State of Emergency which has definitely eased the mad rush to the provinces. Otherwise it would be total madness. The SRT is still unrestricted apart from probably being very busy and enforcing the face mask rule.

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3 minutes ago, NanLaew said:

Those 'thousands' that flooded the bus station earlier in the week were mostly the foreigners going BEYOND Thailand's borders. They announced stopping bus ticket sales AFTER they called the travel restriction under the State of Emergency which has definitely eased the mad rush to the provinces. Otherwise it would be total madness. The SRT is still unrestricted apart from probably being very busy and enforcing the face mask rule.

It should of been stopped when the first case in bkk was reported. 

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Where there's 1 detected, there's surely 100's more that go undetected.

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