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12 hours ago, Silencer said:

Not sure where that chart is from....but Surat Thani government office....and Koh Samui government, and today's Bangkok Post article, all agree that there are a total of 6 COVID-19 cases on Samui, 3 from the same family.

 

The title of the chart says it is numbers of people who have come from "at risk places" it does not claim to be number of Covid-19 cases.  

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On 4/6/2020 at 2:15 PM, Silencer said:

Not sure where that chart is from....but Surat Thani government office....and Koh Samui government, and today's Bangkok Post article, all agree that there are a total of 6 COVID-19 cases on Samui, 3 from the same family.

 

My friend lives on Samui. They have closed Samui. So you believe what the government and the government regulated paper tells you.🧚🏼‍♀️

 

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A nice private jet Gulfstream V flew in yesterday morning. First arrival at the airport since Bangkok Airways ceased flights. 
No info on Flightradar24 about where from, so maybe military.

 

 

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On 4/10/2020 at 9:03 AM, bluedoc said:

My friend lives on Samui. They have closed Samui. So you believe what the government and the government regulated paper tells you.🧚🏼‍♀️

Some of the posters here lives on Samui, so we know quite well what's going on.

 

The chart is the official Surat Thani chart, and the true numbers.

 

Samui is not more closed than you can still move freely around (I talk from experience) – but people from outside are restricted to come onto the island, if they can find a transportation – and yes only essential stores are open in the shopping malls; most hotels closed due to no customers; restaurant only take away, except some hotel restaurants serving remaining guests only; cafés, pub and nightlife closed; and alcohol sales ban during the Songkran period. Of course also the nationwide 22-04 curfew.

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You may be able to get out by ferry ( not sure), but you will have to bear in mind that your  Thai destination may require you to do a fourteen day quarantine on arrival.

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