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Pattaya: It's official - city in lockdown from today - ALL to wear masks outside

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5 minutes ago, fred110 said:

Masks don't protect you from sneezes. Drops can go into your eyes.

Now if the sneezer just also happens to be wearing a mask....

 

"Ohh, now it makes sense!"

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5 minutes ago, fred110 said:

Masks don't protect you from sneezes. Drops can go into your eyes.

And in your mouth if you breathe, so stop breathing and you'll be safe.

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Interesting map - looks like a distorted section of the London Underground map (UK) showing the District (green) line alongside the River Thames between Westminster and the City!

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11 minutes ago, fred110 said:

People can still come and go by boat. 😁


Which the government may use as justification for their plans to buy submarines ! (Even though experts have told them the Gulf it too shallow for them meaning they'd only be useful off the coast of Phuket).

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Hmmm, with the lock down in Pattaya, it seems those on the darksidecould still drive/ride to Ban Chang. Not sure what the powers that be have regulated there, but I'm sure there are a bunch of locals in need of support, especially the ones that work (or used to) on a certain soi there.

That'd be a hoot - us on the Darkside can still drive around but the people in Pattaya proper are stuck in the city ! 

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16 minutes ago, brucec64 said:

Now if the sneezer just also happens to be wearing a mask....

 

"Ohh, now it makes sense!"

You're re saying only sick people need a mask. That's correct,

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4 hours ago, baansgr said:

Name places in Jomtien, pratumnak, Naklua, khoa Talo where they can be purchased...I think that's the problem, they are just not easily available and haven't been for 6 weeks...I'm more worried about people...Thais especially that touched my trolley in Makro for no reason and come right close to you at any 7/11....

 

Mrs BB just bought 2 lots of very nicely made fabric masks, that can be laundered. She bought them on-line. Not too expensive and next day delivery.

 

At our local Big C this morning, all kept their distance, and they had cleaners cleaning the trolleys after each use, checks before people went in, lots of cleaners about with sprays etc etc. 

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43 minutes ago, fred110 said:

Masks don't protect you from sneezes. Drops can go into your eyes.

stop already ,give it a rest

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45 minutes ago, fred110 said:

Masks don't protect you from sneezes. Drops can go into your eyes.

Correct, won't be long before hysteria breaks out about not wearing glasses

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1 minute ago, scubascuba3 said:

Correct, won't be long before hysteria breaks out about not wearing glasses

Was in Central Lad Prao yesterday in Tops Supermarket ,  many of the workers had face shields with masks or goggles with masks. All the shoppers had masks with many wearing clear safety goggles or glasses. I wear clear wrap around sun glasses with my mask. Saw some being sold (99 baht) at a Tesco lotus next to hand made masks yesterday. The glasses are used to protect you from getting the virus. The masks are to protect and keep you from spreading the virus. 

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5 hours ago, petermik said:

The new directive says "all to wear masks outside" cannot be any plainer than that :thumbsup:

in my  car im  not  outside

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