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Which wave is the most dangerous?

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Job loss has several tangible and negative consequences that may adversely affect mental health and increase risk of suicide among those who become unemployed or in a dangerous financial situation. The risk of developing other diseases and to face strong theft and crime increase are not to neglect. So, won't all of these business closings and restrictions cause more damage than the virus itself? What is the right balance? I’m surprised by the severity of the measures taken in Thailand in relation to the relatively low number of COVID-19 cases and the government aid and support. I bet that more than half of the small shops, restaurants and bars will not be able to reopen! What will all these people do? What is the point of closing Pattaya which is already deserted? There is no clear vision, communication is catastrophic, everything that is happening now is not very reassuring for the future of Thailand…

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Killing white ants with an army of tanks

 

 

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It's the next one not in the cartoon. War.

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You can apply it to every place in the world.

You think communication has been good in the US?

They just decided this week; geez maybe we should wear a mask.

 

Also, you forgot to add a bigger wave.  Economic Depression.  Which some countries possibly Thailand could suffer.

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