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Well done Italy! How long in Thailand - 1 or 2 years if ever!!!!! (stock photo)

 

Bars in Italy - Life in Italy

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tribalfusion 001,,,,,,,, wait ?

Even they are saying "calculated risk ".

The one that really worries me is the opening of borders.

All they need now is 1,000 mad Brits to arrive & ??????

 

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1 hour ago, tribalfusion001 said:

Italy 32000 dead and can sit drinking an alcoholic beverage now, Thailand 56 dead and cannot sit drinking an alcoholic beverage, weird that!

Thailand is more probable NOT to have a second wave.

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6 minutes ago, bartender100 said:

Based on what? Nothing to say there will be a second wave

Based on history.

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7 minutes ago, J Town said:

Thailand is more probable NOT to have a second wave.

Of course they covered up the first, they can easily cover up the second and the third..also the fourth and the fifth..😂

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1 hour ago, natway09 said:

tribalfusion 001,,,,,,,, wait ?

Even they are saying "calculated risk ".

The one that really worries me is the opening of borders.

All they need now is 1,000 mad Brits to arrive & ??????

 

Mad Brits, we are not mad, but eccentric 555

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5 minutes ago, J Town said:

Based on history.

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Sorry you can't compare them.

 

"One marked difference between the two is the most affected groups in the 1918 pandemic were otherwise healthy adults between the ages of 20 to 40. Mortality was also higher in people younger than five years of age and 65 and older.

“The 1918 pandemic strain influenza was new and novel for most people under the age of 40 or 50, but that’s where the death rate really was high—that’s different than the usual flu,” Mark Schleiss, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at the University of Minnesota told Healthline.

 

https://www.biospace.com/article/compare-1918-spanish-influenza-pandemic-versus-covid-19/

 

They never had any vaccines till the 1940's.  The world will be back to almost normal by Christmas IMHO

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1 hour ago, bartender100 said:

The world will be back to almost normal by Christmas IMHO

I hope you're right, but would you bet your bottom dollar on it?

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