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COVID-19 may have contributed to Hungarian tourist’s death, says doctor

By The Phuket News

 

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Vachira Phuket Hospital Director, Dr Chalermpong Sukontapol. Photo: PR Dept

 

PHUKET:-- A Hungarian tourist who died after a serious road accident could have contracted COVID-19 whilst in hospital which may have contributed to his death, a doctor confirmed today (April 6).

 

The 25-year-old male was involved in a serious crash in the early hours of March 25 although the specifics of his accident were not disclosed. He was taken to Chalong Hospital at 4:30am then transferred to Vachira Phuket Hospital an hour later.

 

Vachira Phuket Hospital Director, Dr Chalermpong Sukontapol, confirmed that on arrival the man was still able to talk and communicate but was unable to move his arms and legs.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/covid-19-may-have-contributed-to-hungarian-tourist-death-says-doctor-75603.php

 

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The version of this story published by a doctor at the Vachira tells a different tale. 

 

He clearly stated that the guy died from the injuries sustained in the accident. 

 

But he also lamented about bad farangs coming to Thailand, not mentioning having been to a high risk country (Malaysia) or a high risk area (Bangla Road) and therefore putting doctors and nurses at risk of contracting the virus. 
I mean this guy broke his neck, even if he was still able to speak, Covid probably wasn`t very high on his list of priorities.

 

Anyway, story is currently going viral on the Thai Phuket FB pages and the overwhelming tenor is:
The doctors should have left the tourist to die in the first place. And now lets send all of these bloody farangs back to their own countries... Thailand for Thais...


We ain`t getting more popular here...


 

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14 hours ago, thaibutty said:

The version of this story published by a doctor at the Vachira tells a different tale. 

 

He clearly stated that the guy died from the injuries sustained in the accident. 

 

But he also lamented about bad farangs coming to Thailand, not mentioning having been to a high risk country (Malaysia) or a high risk area (Bangla Road) and therefore putting doctors and nurses at risk of contracting the virus. 
I mean this guy broke his neck, even if he was still able to speak, Covid probably wasn`t very high on his list of priorities.

 

Anyway, story is currently going viral on the Thai Phuket FB pages and the overwhelming tenor is:
The doctors should have left the tourist to die in the first place. And now lets send all of these bloody farangs back to their own countries... Thailand for Thais...


We ain`t getting more popular here...


 

Yeah the nasty truth is coming out now......... Not so much the land of smiles eh.........  Just imagine if a "Bloody Farang" had made such a statement in the west concerning a Thai national ?   

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15 hours ago, thaibutty said:

The version of this story published by a doctor at the Vachira tells a different tale. 

 

He clearly stated that the guy died from the injuries sustained in the accident. 

 

But he also lamented about bad farangs coming to Thailand, not mentioning having been to a high risk country (Malaysia) or a high risk area (Bangla Road) and therefore putting doctors and nurses at risk of contracting the virus. 
I mean this guy broke his neck, even if he was still able to speak, Covid probably wasn`t very high on his list of priorities.

 

Anyway, story is currently going viral on the Thai Phuket FB pages and the overwhelming tenor is:
The doctors should have left the tourist to die in the first place. And now lets send all of these bloody farangs back to their own countries... Thailand for Thais...


We ain`t getting more popular here...


 

Anytime you have this level of nationalism taking place in a country, a fall in the country's well-being, and advancement is soon to follow. Just need to look at history to see many cases of nationalism running a country into the ground.

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14 minutes ago, Aspaltso said:

Anytime you have this level of nationalism taking place in a country, a fall in the country's well-being, and advancement is soon to follow. Just need to look at history to see many cases of nationalism running a country into the ground.

The US just now springs to mind

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47 minutes ago, SupermarineS6B said:

Yeah the nasty truth is coming out now......... Not so much the land of smiles eh.........  Just imagine if a "Bloody Farang" had made such a statement in the west concerning a Thai national ?   

LOS, the Land of Soulless people, everyone for themselves........

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16 hours ago, thaibutty said:

The version of this story published by a doctor at the Vachira tells a different tale. 

 

He clearly stated that the guy died from the injuries sustained in the accident. 

 

But he also lamented about bad farangs coming to Thailand, not mentioning having been to a high risk country (Malaysia) or a high risk area (Bangla Road) and therefore putting doctors and nurses at risk of contracting the virus. 
I mean this guy broke his neck, even if he was still able to speak, Covid probably wasn`t very high on his list of priorities.

 

Anyway, story is currently going viral on the Thai Phuket FB pages and the overwhelming tenor is:
The doctors should have left the tourist to die in the first place. And now lets send all of these bloody farangs back to their own countries... Thailand for Thais...


We ain`t getting more popular here...


 

That’s not what the report from the linked article says...

 

..it sounds like you’re believing Facebook rumours?

 

..where is your link to back up your version?

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3 hours ago, NightSky said:

That’s not what the report from the linked article says...

 

..it sounds like you’re believing Facebook rumours?

 

..where is your link to back up your version?

Like I wrote above:  the other version is shared by a Thai doctor working at the Vachira. 

Here it is. 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Aspaltso said:

Anytime you have this level of nationalism taking place in a country, a fall in the country's well-being, and advancement is soon to follow. Just need to look at history to see many cases of nationalism running a country into the ground.

Here's a good example of what's possible......        

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22 hours ago, thaibutty said:

The version of this story published by a doctor at the Vachira tells a different tale. 

 

He clearly stated that the guy died from the injuries sustained in the accident. 

 

But he also lamented about bad farangs coming to Thailand, not mentioning having been to a high risk country (Malaysia) or a high risk area (Bangla Road) and therefore putting doctors and nurses at risk of contracting the virus. 
I mean this guy broke his neck, even if he was still able to speak, Covid probably wasn`t very high on his list of priorities.

 

Anyway, story is currently going viral on the Thai Phuket FB pages and the overwhelming tenor is:
The doctors should have left the tourist to die in the first place. And now lets send all of these bloody farangs back to their own countries... Thailand for Thais...


We ain`t getting more popular here...


 

Sadly, I fear you're right. A falang pal of mine was walking on a quiet road not wearing a mask when a Thai leaned out of the window of a passing car and took his picture.  

 

Now my friend is worried the snap has been sent to the local immigration office - and he could have problems next time he's there to extend his visa.

 

Guess the moral of the story is: wear some sort of mask whenever you are outside. If the virus doesn't get you, a snitch might.

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2 hours ago, thaibutty said:

Like I wrote above:  the other version is shared by a Thai doctor working at the Vachira. 

Here it is. 

 

 

Looks like Facebook rumors to me

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1 hour ago, NightSky said:

Looks like Facebook rumors to me

Believe what you want. The sad fact here is that a Thai doctor published a long post detailing how a tourist who broke his neck in an accident is to blame for exposing the virus to 100+ staff of hospitals including doctors and nurses. The language used in the post is aggressive, derogatory and makes it very clear that farangs aren't wanted here.

 

The fact here is also that this has been shared 2000+ times and a lot of thais are calling to get rid of all the bloody farangs.
And there are numerous other posts and pages that promote hate and violence against farangs. It's quite revealing actually. Also discussed here.
 

More and more reports of people being threatened verbally, there are a lot of Thais taking pictures of any farang without masks, even if that is inside their own car. 

 

And of course there are some idiots still partying and driving around for fun, which doesn't help. But that current climate is definitely starting to get worrying for all of us.

Like I said above. We ain't getting more popular.

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6 hours ago, thaibutty said:

Believe what you want. The sad fact here is that a Thai doctor published a long post detailing how a tourist who broke his neck in an accident is to blame for exposing the virus to 100+ staff of hospitals including doctors and nurses. The language used in the post is aggressive, derogatory and makes it very clear that farangs aren't wanted here.

 

The fact here is also that this has been shared 2000+ times and a lot of thais are calling to get rid of all the bloody farangs.
And there are numerous other posts and pages that promote hate and violence against farangs. It's quite revealing actually. Also discussed here.
 

More and more reports of people being threatened verbally, there are a lot of Thais taking pictures of any farang without masks, even if that is inside their own car. 

 

And of course there are some idiots still partying and driving around for fun, which doesn't help. But that current climate is definitely starting to get worrying for all of us.

Like I said above. We ain't getting more popular.

 

You still haven't provided any links to evidence of what you are claiming.

 

Show us the evidence please.

 

 

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I just translated the Facebook page you linked to using Google translate.

 

Although its not a perfect translation you can get the jist of it and there are hints about a Hungarian guy who was drunk driving who then had an accident who died and who also tested positive for covid,

 

Thus potentially putting medical personnel at risk of covid because of a supposedly 1 day trip to Malaysia during the covid pandemic.

 

Despite translation issues there are seemingly undertones of paranoia against foreigners in the article however it is claiming that it is because of certain foreigners travelling around disrespecting the 'stay at home' rules and then drink driving - and ultimately and as a result putting medical personnel at risk.  

 

Here's the translated version according to Google Translate:------------------------------------

 

Today there is a story from a hospital in Thailand for a while. It is probably number 1 in the source of germs that everyone is afraid of. COVID-19 itself because the number of people who are soaring high every day.

The problem is caused by common sense among people who cover the risky history. That is about touch
It therefore causes an outbreak and poses a risk to more than 100 ++ medical personnel.

And those people are Thai medical personnel That heals Thai people

In which they are responsible "Must look after Thai people Which the front of the event was so busy that there was no time. "

- We do not refer to work ethics duties in public health.

But we can't accept

"Can't accept"

Foreigners do not respect us.
Hide various histories.

Which if we know how to prepare, protection will be more complete

Not why not do your best. Because of limited personal protection If there is no history of risk We will protect it to a certain extent, but if we say that we can fully protect

Protective devices are weapons that we use to fight viruses. But this must be fought with people's habits

Knowing the history, there are very few contaminated people.

We still need a lot of workers to help others.

The story may not be 100% correct, but it is not very different from the truth.

The matter is ...

Foreigners aged about 25 years
Hungarian

This one traveled from Malaysia while Malaysia was there.
"Kowit's outbreak"
1 day trip to Malaysia

Until he closed the country before us

And passed into our home

(Do not know how to pass by Is there detention? Or is there any notification until I don't know?)

Later

T.Ta. visited the entertainment area with the most infected people in the province.

"Lived in that alley for 7 days"

7 days. You'll only stay in the room.
You didn't come to travel in that sun at all.


The date of the incident, which is several days later

Tired of racing motorcycles.
drunk

Stressed that it was definitely drunk

+ The road is busy, so it's fast.
and
In conclusion, the neck was broken and the body was paralyzed.

You, you come to live in Thailand, drunk driving

Thailand lamented for a moment.

Later, there was a rescue (how many people in the 1st group were touched) sent to
Community hospital
(With doctors, nurses That takes care of all 7 people)
In which foreign patients Was given a history of risk taking on Cowit, but was denied that thereafter

"" "Emphasized that after washing Because it is a foreigner ""

After that, the patient will be refered to the provincial hospital (the vehicle must have a doctor or nurse for sure) by delivering to the emergency room.
Then go to the X ray room and CT scan room.

Think about how many people have touched the patient. Later was sent to the ward

After that, consult with a doctor. spine And immediately brought the patient to undergo surgery

Stressed that "urgent surgery because of spinal cord injuries"

Think about how many people we use in surgery.
(Nurses at the first building
The carpool sent patients
1-2 inhalation nurses
1-2 inhalation physicians
The nurse helped the surgery and the team 6-7 people.
After surgery, must go to the recovery room with 1-2 nurses.
Carpool sent people to a special room.
Nurses at another special building
How many people coordinate with foreign countries)

Surgery. The people who are at high risk are those who inhale and insert an endotracheal tube.

He thought that although very protective But risking anyway
That is done because of responsibility

During care Patients must receive
high flow oxygen
inject
Turn over every 2-3 hours.
Patients develop a lot, follow often.

(Imagine if we were like this in foreign countries Will he take care of us like this? See Khun Damrong Puttan
Tell to hear about Thai people as Kowit was released dead in England)

After that, the next person is the physical procedure.
There is someone involved. How many physicians and physical therapists must be close to the patient
Hey
Later, after a few days surgery, the patient started to have high Don't know how Someone can say that Have a history of risk
Come from Malaysia and go to a place in the province that has People stick from here almost every day.

Blow down. How many smacks are there?

Bring the first patient. Waiting for 1 day. Positive results. All smashed.

Moved to a special separation room
Someone said you, you tell your relatives that the room is uncomfortable, scary.
"But you, you don't tell your relatives, you cover up the risky history of covid"

Continue ...

Roughly, someone has been investigated for the disease and swab120 ++. A rough person. Round numbers

The doctors at the first hospital were detained. 7 people had to close the inner ward to work at ER.

4-5 people were confined here. Surgery doctors, inhalers, physicians

No one everyone knows Everyone is done.
So went home to find my wife and children

What do you think? If everyone is infected. Because of hiding the history What will those people be?

Not over yet

2-3 days later, Khun Farang is more tired. Finally, arrest. If it were, what would you do? It's COVID.

Are you going to CPR? Enter tube.

No one thinks at this event.
Ethics and duties

"Gas Station"

For how long
But very risky

In the end, I didn't survive RIP.

Have you finished?

Still have

2 days later, there was an e-mail from a doctor at Khun Khun's house asking about
- Why is death maintained?
- Since the surgery film
- Surgical results
- Various care
- How is guideline taking care of Covite patients?
- The person that the hospital hired to be guarded Have a certificate to come to see Ma (Ban Ru Rung, they hire an old aunt to come to see Because it's not seen by relatives)

- Hospital with guideline. Caring for patients with fractures like this.
- Do you have an autopsy?

The question is, Grue will sue. Work is very tiring.
In this situation Workers are less stressed, more work.

Especially foreigners who have no responsibility to conceal

So exhausted. Even though I'm not a caretaker, I really hate these bad foreigners.

There are many good foreigners.

Prime Minister, after the end of this story Help screening good foreigners Better to come to Thailand. Ours are good. Do not sell bad guys at all.

Finally, do not hide the history of medical personnel. However, our doctors, nurses and treatment

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