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asian countries who have it under control should be safe to come in june/july........china, korea, japan, taiwan, malaysia, lao, burma, cambodia, vietnam.

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56 minutes ago, IamNoone88 said:

The Chinese will not be back anytime soon. Read the international press .... The authorities are trying to stop a second wave and already there are cases in Wuhan. They aim to test 11 million people in 10 days. The second wave of the Spanish flu was the deadliest. This is not not over, until it is over.

All the more reason to allow them to go on holiday me-thinks, spread it around and ruin other economies.

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1 minute ago, at15 said:

asian countries who have it under control should be safe to come in june/july........china, korea, japan, taiwan, malaysia, lao, burma, cambodia, vietnam.

China, Korea and Japan all are struggling with the 2nd wave, why should they be safe to come

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I certainly hope that there will be no International tourists until at least October.

Just opening another can of worms

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Don't you just love this ludicrous thinking: "Most foreign nationals will not be allowed to enter Thailand for most of this year, though it is believed that Chinese tourists may be allowed into the country by July as the number of infections in the country is under control." Are the members of 'TCT' that naive to believe China's numbers and that they actually have the pandemic under control???

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Well at least the guy is talking some sense on future tourist arrivals 

Maybe   coming next year

I can imagine most people in western countries  will looking at getting back to work than thinking about holidays for this year anyway

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9 hours ago, tribalfusion001 said:

"Most foreign nationals will not be allowed to enter Thailand for most of this year," I hope he is wrong.

You might hope he's wrong and so do I for that matter but theres not a chance in hell foreigners from Europe will be allowed into Thailand in 2020. Not a chance.

When we do eventually come back in expect the restrictions to be onerous to a level that most wont bother I suspect

I've pencilled in November 2021 for a return hopefully

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2 minutes ago, WhyamIhere said:

Are the members of 'TCT' that naive to believe China's numbers and that they actually have the pandemic under control???

you must be new here... this being a normal behavior by TAT standards, they are not naive, just blind, deaf and s t u p xxx in other words morrons

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10 hours ago, daveAustin said:

I thought it was initially quite balanced until he started mentioning China having things under control (the demon might have but has still lost 100-200k souls) and that the predicted 2021 numbers will equal 2019. Only a viable vaccine could lead to that sort of spring back.

 

I for one will not go any hotel etc.. that caters for Chinese tour groups, seen enough phlegm, heard enough shouting, seen enough of them excrement, enough of spitting in the swimming pool, enough of bad manners.

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10 hours ago, bkk6060 said:

Sure, sadly they will open it up to the Chinese for sure and hordes of them will come.

I bet Oct., Nov. and Dec. will show the greatest influx of Chinese for a 3 month period in the history of the country.

Sad but sooooooooooooo true.

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1 hour ago, Deli said:

Lesson not learned. Focusing AGAIN on the Chinese, who drove out all the rest of the Nationalities AND who brought the misery to the world. These people really need some meds.

yep...same same

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6 hours ago, anfh said:

As I have said before, as far as Thailand is concerned, they have not, nor will they, blamed China for anything whatsoever. This is because China owns Thailand and controls the powers that be. China will insist their people are allowed back in, as they are pedaling the belief that the virus is a western disease etc. 
it will be interesting to see what Thailand does if the Chinese flood back in and, god forbid, the infection rate here shoots back up. No idea how Thailand will explain that. 

True!

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