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9 minutes ago, NanLaew said:

 

I've stopped responding to @Brewster67's posts directly as it appears he hasn't quite got a grasp of the intricacies of Thailand's computer crimes act.

yes it gets too risky in tempting the retribution from a snollygoster, on a mission... 

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Makes these gangsters look like they care   no mass testing, no human rights, just complete abuse of controlling a society, nothing but daily propaganda blaming western foreigners, for the W

Typical backwards thinking.   When you impose a curfew, all you do is compress the time people can go out and do stuff, thus driving more people together, once curfew ends, everyone's natura

Jealous of all you young guys out there. At 68 years old it's a long time since I've had a "long time".

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3 hours ago, stephenterry said:

There are exceptions that include medical staff, bank employees, deliveries of food, agricultural products, medications, medical equipment, newspapers, gas tankers, postal delivery and parcel delivery. 

 

Between 10pm and 4 am?

I used to get up at 4 am to deliver newspapers before school a few years ago .....

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10pm-4am curfew comes into effect today. If this doesn't work then the following week there's talks of a 24 hour curfew. If someone has a medical emergency and needs to go to the hospital immediately, how can they go there during this curfew time in BKK? I'm presuming there's no taxis on the road due to the curfew. How to go with no transportation in BKK? Been thinking about this scenario just in case.

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Just now, bbi1 said:

10pm-4am curfew comes into effect today. If this doesn't work then the following week there's talks of a 24 hour curfew. If someone has a medical emergency and needs to go to the hospital immediately, how can they go there during this curfew time in BKK? I'm presuming there's no taxis on the road due to the curfew. How to go with no transportation in BKK? Been thinking about this scenario just in case.

A 24 hour curfew is badly thought out and will NEVER come into effect.

 

there are literally dozens of downsies to this and no upsides.

 

Common sense WILL prevail.

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2 hours ago, yogavnture said:

HAS Thailand banned booze yet? what do the addicts gonna do then?  snort detergent?

Not banned in most places, but you are more than welcome to snort detergent yourself.

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4 hours ago, stephenterry said:

There are exceptions that include medical staff, bank employees, deliveries of food, agricultural products, medications, medical equipment, newspapers, gas tankers, postal delivery and parcel delivery. 

 

Between 10pm and 4 am?

Bank employees does sound a bit iffy. All the rest normal stuff - ever checked details on your Track & Trace report? Mail and parcels move 24/7, same for newspapers 

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2 hours ago, bbi1 said:

10pm-4am curfew comes into effect today. If this doesn't work then the following week there's talks of a 24 hour curfew. If someone has a medical emergency and needs to go to the hospital immediately, how can they go there during this curfew time in BKK? I'm presuming there's no taxis on the road due to the curfew. How to go with no transportation in BKK? Been thinking about this scenario just in case.

There is a form of transport called ambulances used to transport sick people to hospitals.

I doubt that they would be banned and do recall seeing them on previous visits to Bangkok.

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Brewster 67, I am not an animal & obviously unlike some I can see reason.

The curfew is to try & protect "the lowest common denominator"

if you have the ability to understand that.

Please people stop pulling the chain at every thing they do or don't do.

Our home countries are not exactly shining examples at present.

Spit in someones face, they should shoot it

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7 hours ago, KhunKenAP said:

Better than in the Philippines. Police there have orders to shoot violators. Hope Pattaya Police don't get confused.

Don't worry - no one will be shot. It was intentional hyperbole brought about because people were not complying to the curfew. Most Filipinos who know Duterte were laughing, but the whole world is shocked as news of this traveled far and wide. LOL

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5 hours ago, Brewster67 said:

I watched a video compilation of thais commenting on having their livelihoods removed and it is becoming clear that they would rather risk getting COVID-19 and take their chances than to starve to death.

Could you give a link to that video?

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36 minutes ago, StevieAus said:

There is a form of transport called ambulances used to transport sick people to hospitals.

I doubt that they would be banned and do recall seeing them on previous visits to Bangkok.

You might want to check out coverage and who owns the "ambulances" before relying on them, still a relatively new concept in Thailand!

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