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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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If lightning strikes you and you die they will blame it on Covid somehow.

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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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So accidents are now being blamed on covid 19, go figure, what comes next.

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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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