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12 hours ago, dinsdale said:

The daily case count they tell us or is there another daily case count 'cause 0, 2 or 3 seems pretty low to me.

I am waiting for the nine who flew in on Monday via EVA to BKK. Do they show in the figures yet?

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15 hours ago, Phil McCaverty said:

Doesn't matter what people do if Thailand doesn't open its borders. If no one has it, no one can catch it.

 

Hasn't been a single case in Pattaya for a month, none in hospital. It's gone.

So why were all the bars shut and the sale of alcohol banned?

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16 hours ago, keith101 said:

We can expect the numbers to rise again like what's happening in the UK and US etc .

Why? ..... More doom & gloom that we dont need

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1 hour ago, Phil McCaverty said:

They are already on their way. IME young Issan girls working in bars in Pattaya always yearn to return to their village to see their families/children. However, after a week in the village they are bored to death and can't wait to get back to Pattaya. From the girls that I and my friends are currently in contact with, this certainly seems to be the case. Some have already returned, the rest will be returning within the next week or so. Like all ferangs on lockdown, they can't wait to get back to work.

How can they get back to work when the bulk of their work comes from tourists and the borders are still shut?

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15 hours ago, crobe said:

What is the betting that they will only allow the bars to open if they strictly use the Thai Chana application.

Personally I want to see people have to use the app and QR code for all temples, churches and mosques as these have been more cause of distributing the virus than any other type of establishment 

The area of Phuket that was constantly having cases and cross infecting was Bang Tao. This is a Muslim area with NO BARS and plenty of  small Mosques.

So I appreciate what you are saying.

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Basing policies on faux numbers. Don't bother, just blast it open and go for herd immunity, you'll do it anyway since you are unable to get test & tracing going properly.

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19 minutes ago, kingdong said:

How can they get back to work when the bulk of their work comes from tourists and the borders are still shut?

See my post #57

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35 minutes ago, stouricks said:

I am waiting for the nine who flew in on Monday via EVA to BKK. Do they show in the figures yet?

They might but they will be counted as imported cases not new cases.

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13 hours ago, CNXexpat said:

Not sure if it´s possible for the old farang pensioners to get a herd immunity. I guess most of them will not survive an infection. Also many will get a financial problem if they are infected because they have no health insurance.

It's just a matter of time before the world says screw it, let them die. Morals go out the window when the stomach is growling, they are a luxury.

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16 hours ago, FritsSikkink said:

The UK and USA have never had the situation under control, so not comparable.

What is control? Is there such a thing?

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17 hours ago, keith101 said:

We can expect the numbers to rise again like what's happening in the UK and US etc .

Stay home, never go out again! You got a good portion of brainwash ... is this the UK or US?

Have you seen something spread here like the US or the UK?

 

Stay home and keep everything closed here, in Thailand ... forever ... because it's the same as in the UK & US ... no, we are in Thailand.

 

Just deal with the situation country by country ... and keep it real. If there is no outbreak, there is no outbreak. 

 

 

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