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1 hour ago, dinsdale said:

Just rediculous. 1. He had CCP-Covid-19. T

What is CCP-Covid-19 ?

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4 hours ago, Soikhaonoiken said:

Reminds me of when you needed a doctors certificate for a driving licence, they just used to ask you how your feeling, and have you any illness, if the answer was I feel great and have no illness, they gave you a certificate, and you paid your 100B on your way out, no examination done, wouldn't surprise me if this practice still continues in other Countries because its all about the money.... 

BKK clinic in Bang Saray is doing them for 200 baht, check temperature, check pulse, look in ear and look in throat..what's more worrying is the Foreigners getting them think they have been tested and given the all clear for corona

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54 minutes ago, RJRS1301 said:
1 hour ago, canthai55 said:

The average age of those who’ve died from the virus in Italy is 79.5.

 

55 minutes ago, RJRS1301 said:

Italy has one of the largest populations of people over 50 in comparison to many European countries. Rather than relying purely on percentages , one needs to look under figures for further information.

 

An important factor with regards to the high fatalities in Italy is that in that country they have a very high proportion of 3 generation families under one roof. So there is little chance of social isolation for the elderly.

 

Back to this case. Should it not throw doubt on this whole idea of relying on none medical staff using a questionable means of checking temperature to access whether someone likely to be infected. Despite the apparent lack of high temperature, this passenger should not have been allowed to board with the symptoms he was presenting. This whole system is too 'hit and miss'.

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A troll post and the replies have been removed. 

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13 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

What is CCP-Covid-19 ?

Ask yourself, what is CCP?

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He was very sick, and showing major symptoms. There is now video of him getting on the train, and he could barely walk, and was coughing on people without wearing a mask. Officials should be manning every station, and handing out free masks for public transport. He was very sick in Hua Hin, vomiting on the train. Apparently some officials inspected him, and due to a normal temperature, he was allowed to continue his travel. 

 

So, my question is this. Why go to the extent the officials have gone, in shutting down the nations economy, and then allow this kind of inane recklessness to happen? It is public transport. Public transport by it's very nature is forced social gathering. Why not have officials taking precautions? Is this just staggering incompetence? Or just an oversight? Or is this more damage caused by the ridiculously unqualified health minister Anutin? He needs to be replaced yesterday. 

 

 

 

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The victim had diabetes and was returning from a trip abroad to Pakistan. He had boarded the Bang Sue-Sungai Kolok train on March 30 after a train guard measured his temperature at 36 Celsius.

 

Despite finding no evidence of fever, the guard asked the passenger to rest before travelling as he was suffering from a headache and vomiting. He declined.

 

You have to wonder about the accuracy of the thermometre used which found that the patient was too cold.  Headache is a sign of a fever, specially if combined with vomiting.  I wonder if there will be an autopsy to determine the cause of death. COVID kills through pneumonia and he probably would have been in too much distress to board the train or even get to the station with that.  

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17 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

He was very sick, and showing major symptoms. There is now video of him getting on the train, and he could barely walk, and was coughing on people without wearing a mask. Officials should be manning every station, and handing out free masks for public transport. He was very sick in Hua Hin, vomiting on the train. Apparently some officials inspected him, and due to a normal temperature, he was allowed to continue his travel. 

 

So, my question is this. Why go to the extent the officials have gone, in shutting down the nations economy, and then allow this kind of inane recklessness to happen? It is public transport. Public transport by it's very nature is forced social gathering. Why not have officials taking precautions? Is this just staggering incompetence? Or just an oversight? Or is this more damage caused by the ridiculously unqualified health minister Anutin? He needs to be replaced yesterday. 

 

 

You are right.  It is ridiculous that they put so much faith in their cheapo thermometres. If someone is visibly that sick, even if not in the time of pandemic, the guards should call an ambulance.

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17 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

He was very sick, and showing major symptoms. There is now video of him getting on the train, and he could barely walk, and was coughing on people without wearing a mask. Officials should be manning every station, and handing out free masks for public transport. He was very sick in Hua Hin, vomiting on the train. Apparently some officials inspected him, and due to a normal temperature, he was allowed to continue his travel. 

 

So, my question is this. Why go to the extent the officials have gone, in shutting down the nations economy, and then allow this kind of inane recklessness to happen? It is public transport. Public transport by it's very nature is forced social gathering. Why not have officials taking precautions? Is this just staggering incompetence? Or just an oversight? Or is this more damage caused by the ridiculously unqualified health minister Anutin? He needs to be replaced yesterday. 

 

I think that "staggering incompetence" is a bit strong but there is certainly an indication that those controlling access to public areas should be better informed on what to look for.

At this point in time any unusual symptoms should be questioned. Diabetes is known problem as far as covid-19 is concerned, a 53 year old UK female died in Bali.

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Let’s all remember the Spanish Flu that killed many millions was in 1917-18.

there were NO I repeat NO antibiotics, NO antivirals invented at that time, hence the huge worldwide death rate. 

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2 hours ago, Don Mega said:

I replied to myself "I don't know".

Me too.

But it could be Chinese Communist Party?

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