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All 158 returnees who shunned quarantine report themselves to officials

By The Nation

 

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All the 158 overseas Thais who landed at Suvarnabhumi Airport on Friday night and had refused to be quarantined have reported themselves to officials, deputy police spokesman Pol Col Kritsana Phatthanacharoen said at 9pm on Saturday.

 

The passengers had returned from Japan in three flights, and in a flight each from Qatar, and Singapore. Some passengers reportedly had fever but left the airport, defying quarantine orders.

 

The prime minister had expressed concern over the incident and subsequently an ultimatum was issued, asking the returnees to report to officials by 6pm on Saturday or face action for violation of laws.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30385440

 

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Too late..they should have never let them leave the airport. Half of them are already back in the province

Will claim that they are too busy, but promise to report as soon as a slot in the diary becomes free...

Turn the fearsome BMW smart car loose...and bring the full weight of the invincible Biometric system to bear on these unruly scallywags.    

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make sure no individual gets away from quarantine and question them if they contact with anyone already. Keep the covid 19 numbers down to attract future tourists. Stay safe, folks.

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52 minutes ago, rooster59 said:

All the 158 overseas Thais who landed at Suvarnabhumi Airport on Friday night and had refused to be quarantined have reported themselves to officials, deputy police spokesman Pol Col Kritsana Phatthanacharoen said at 9pm on Saturday.

What a well run and efficient turn of events, pat yourselves on the back, wai's all round!

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I feel sure Thailand is going to have the virus hanging around a lot longer then many other country's, this is not the first time  Thai's returning from abroad have disappeared without  being isolated

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3 hours ago, Oziex1 said:

And they let them go!

They "escaped in the confusion" according to the press report. 

It would appear from other topics that most if not all from that flight have reported to authorities.

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I would hope, and unfortunate as it may seem, that anybody that had contact with them from the time they left the airport until they turned themselves in is smart enough now to self isolate and quarantine themselves as well.  I just love it when people think they know better, and believe they are smarter than anyone else, and because of this poor excuse of an attitude they have, and then directly disobey common sense directions given to them, they not only endanger themselves, but everyone else they come into contact with.  

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3 hours ago, SkyFax said:

According to the BP as of 7 AM 5APR20, of the 152 out of 158 who absconded from the airport, 134 had turned themselves in to relevant authorities and arrest warrants have been issued for the 18 at-large.

Arrest warrants, the world has gone raving mad. Unbelieveable being arrested for suspicion of having a virus. Most likely none of them even contracted the virus. What a difference two weeks make hey ?

 

I know someone will complain, but whatever you say, this is way over the top. Illogical panic. 

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8 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

Crawl back in your hole, life will go on as it has. This isn't going away any time soon, so give it a rest. Accept what you apparently can not. It wont change what's happening all over the world.

there aren't many countries that are issuing arrest warrants for people that were suddenly forced to go into quarantine in another place as their own home. Pray tell, why the urgency now ? Why not two months ago, when it could actually have made a difference. I suspect this remark will go right over your head...

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