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Brits in Thailand wanting to return to UK should go NOW - expats urged to register with Embassy


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If you are currently here you can self isolate , the safest option for reducing the chances of getting infected.   On a crowded airplane , sitting with hundreds of other people in very close

No problem, but then there is no need to complain. Or maybe that is deep rooted in the culture?

Thailand is the lesser of two evils, better to stay and jump through the hoops

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https://thethaiger.com/coronavirus/coronavirus-update-bad-24-hours-in-uk-and-us-panama-comes-up-with-novel-prevention

 

The UK government is facing growing pressure to ramp up coronavirus testing and restrictions on movement, as Britain reported its biggest daily increase in deaths. Some 2,352 virus patients died yesterday, up 563 in a day.

PM Boris Johnson, himself having tested positive and in isolation, says testing was “massively increasing” and it was “the way through” the pandemic.

Yesterday’s announcement marked the first time the UK has reported more than 500 deaths over 24 hours from Covid-19.

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Some real horror stories of the fares people are paying to get home....but best to pay them and get home because as fewer an fewer flights operate, one imagines fares are just going to get pricier and pricier!

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