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Apparently this is a specific problem for Pattaya as it has been talked about many times. Maybe it´s just harder to understand what´s right do do for guests in that city.

 

Anyway, very shameful!

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20 minutes ago, Matzzon said:

Apparently this is a specific problem for Pattaya as it has been talked about many times. Maybe it´s just harder to understand what´s right do do for guests in that city.

 

Anyway, very shameful!

i was out today and saw many thais without a mask......!!

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3 minutes ago, essox essox said:

i was out today and saw many thais without a mask......!!

Where?

On a motorbike or walking on an empty street maybe.

But any public place like a market, 7-11, etc. I have seen 100% of them wearing masks.  Only dumb falang without.

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Don't know about Pattaya, but mask discipline in Chiang Rai is pretty good. About 95% compliance, the other 5% is mostly young Thai males. Guess they think they are immortal.

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not so many Thais wearing masks in Rayong.

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12 minutes ago, essox essox said:

i was out today and saw many thais without a mask......!!

And that makes it better? Good excuse!

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It's a panacea - when in Rome ... . As far as I can see we're all gonna get it eventually, they're just trying to flatten the curve. I must admit getting it when ventilators are in short supply is probably a bad idea. Triage and all that. Get it at the start or the end, if you're vulnerable ride it out in self-isolation. Youngsters can probably take this in their stride, like measles, mumps - I laughed in your face. I did have a smallcox innoculation though, to be fair. And maybe they'll develop something similar. I think it's a something a long way away. Whatever, humans will come out stronger, am I the only one who thinks killing off the elderly and sick may not be a bad thing, speaking as someone who is elderly and sick. Ha!

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6 minutes ago, nausea said:

It's a panacea - when in Rome ... . As far as I can see we're all gonna get it eventually, they're just trying to flatten the curve. I must admit getting it when ventilators are in short supply is probably a bad idea. Triage and all that. Get it at the start or the end, if you're vulnerable ride it out in self-isolation. Youngsters can probably take this in their stride, like measles, mumps - I laughed in your face. I did have a smallcox innoculation though, to be fair. And maybe they'll develop something similar. I think it's a something a long way away. Whatever, humans will come out stronger, am I the only one who thinks killing off the elderly and sick may not be a bad thing, speaking as someone who is elderly and sick. Ha!

Young ones have also died.

 

Tell me, how many deaths is acceptable.

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I just heard in Vietnam you get a $10 fine the first offence for not wearing a mask in public, second offence up to one year jail. Unsure if this applies at province level, or nation wide.

 

Wonder how many arrogant westerners will get caught out by this, as it seems some would prefer jail before they submit to wearing a mask.

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2 minutes ago, jacob29 said:

I just heard in Vietnam you get a $10 fine the first offence for not wearing a mask in public, second offence up to one year jail. Unsure if this applies at province level, or nation wide.

 

Wonder how many arrogant westerners will get caught out by this, as it seems some would prefer jail before they submit to wearing a mask.

Come on now... you're seriously suggesting that some foreigners would risk a year in jail not to wear a mask if such laws existed? That's a stretch.

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