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Koh Larn closure hits hard: Please send food!

 

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Some residents of Koh Larn have been seriously affected by the closure of the island. 

 

No tourists have set foot on the island off the coast of Pattaya, in Chonburi since it was sealed off on March 25th. 

 

The hashtag #SAVEKOHLARN is trending. 

 

Some of the most vulnerable people there have very little left to eat and are finding it hard to get basic items. 

 

People can leave donations of food and other items at the Na Ban pier between 9 am and 3 pm.

 

Or there is a Kasikorn bank account number to donate money to the needy. It is 016-804-9102 in the name of Sompit.

 

Source: 77kaoded

 

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I read on a recent thread that the ferry runs twice a day for residents only.

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Just now, champers said:

I read on a recent thread that the ferry runs twice a day for residents only.

so the government can fill the boats with FOOD !!! what you say??

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I never heard that Koh Larn people ever sent food to those in need, ever, and the made good money for years from many, many tourists over the years...

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2 hours ago, essox essox said:

so the government can fill the boats with FOOD !!! what you say??

It is possible, but I have no idea if it will happen. Many people are being left to fend for themselves without Government help, onshore and offshore.

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2 hours ago, ezzra said:

I never heard that Koh Larn people ever sent food to those in need, ever, and the made good money for years from many, many tourists over the years...

So let them starve now?

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2 hours ago, essox essox said:

surely up to the GOVERMENT to help money wise???!!!

But they spent billions on a sub that will never get used....and some tanks (I think) !!!

by the way I have NOT seen the SUB, has anyone else seen it??

No..cos it's under water....lol

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3 hours ago, essox essox said:

surely up to the GOVERMENT to help money wise???!!!

But they spent billions on a sub that will never get used....and some tanks (I think) !!!

by the way I have NOT seen the SUB, has anyone else seen it??

Isn't that the idea of a sub, that you CAN'T see it? 🤔

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23 minutes ago, Chelseafan said:

Isn't that the idea of a sub, that you CAN'T see it? 🤔

If it was bought from China, then it doesn't matter if it is under water or not. I suspect that the Chinese government will always know where their subs are, even after they were purchased by other countries.

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4 hours ago, essox essox said:

surely up to the GOVERMENT to help money wise???!!!

But they spent billions on a sub that will never get used....and some tanks (I think) !!!

by the way I have NOT seen the SUB, has anyone else seen it??

You will need scuba gear,,,,,,,,

Alternatively charter a light airplane flight over the Gulf of Thailand and look for a yellow sausage shaped object in the shallow waters.

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