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9 minutes ago, YetAnother said:

pathetic attempt at governmental control

Big General is watching you!

 

They have known about the extension of the state of emergency to the end of June for a long time, otherwise they would have not said that schools would open until 01 July, closed international arrivals until 30 June and extended the visas until 31st July.

 

None of the Thais followed the stay at home request for all the holidays between 01 and 06 May, and the Government did not enforce the 14 day quarantine period when they all left or returned. Amazing Thailand!

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1 minute ago, Magenta408 said:

Billy, Gyrogy and the Rockefellers are still throwing far too much money at these Neanthertals. All they see is a flow of money coming in and are not able to reason. They play their little games oblivious to the harm they cause to their countrymen.

Ah..the Rockefellers at last...who'd have thunk it?

 

I guess that "Billy" refers to Bill Gates...

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2 hours ago, eeworldwide said:

Source?

They have been showing on TV news and in the news papers for weeks. Massive cues for food...

 

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1 minute ago, john mustang said:

i start to believe the entire British SAS stays in Pattaya.

Indeed they do..just down the soi from the Navy SEALS..

 

They all get a discount apart from the Kazakhstanian synchronized swimming team-which SHOULD get a discount but don't.

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4 hours ago, herwin1234 said:

We leave that hyperbolic language better for the usa...

No, it isn't. How did you decide to get the USA involved in this topic? 

We leave that hyperbolic language better for other countries...

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4 hours ago, Tropicalevo said:

1,000 Thais returned from overseas in the last two days. Some of them will be found to be positive. Not all of them obey the isolation rules.

It is still out there - just in smaller numbers.

It will always be there. These restrictions are to "flatten the curve", which means that we are spreading the same number of infections over a longer time.

The measures will not eradicate the virus. For that, you need a vaccine or the majority of people being infected 

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1 hour ago, Expat Tom said:

Oh! By the way, the governemnt will immediately invite 10,000,000 Chinese back to Thailand as soon as the restrictions are lifted. Maybe the government should update its info. China has another outbreak on its boarder with Russia and has locked down 100,000,000 Chinese just a weeks ago......WELCOME BACK CHINA! THAILAND LOVES YOU!!!

100 milion Chinese locked down? I beg to differ.

 

Where did you get your information? The White House?

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4 hours ago, herwin1234 said:

bc people still can have the virus without symptons for up to two weeks if i am correct.

To end the emergency too soon would be very foolish with giving a second outbreak a change.

More excuses it's called taking responsible measures. Stay home 2 weeks or be fines 100k Baht

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What I do not understand are the restrictions with interprovincial travel.  The domestic airlines and buses are running now.  The car traffic is heavy.  I do not see the emergency measures in effect.  Maybe this will end in June but I think the borders will be closed for quite some time.

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4 hours ago, herwin1234 said:

bc people still can have the virus without symptons for up to two weeks if i am correct.

To end the emergency too soon would be very foolish with giving a second outbreak a change.

You realize there has been more than 1, zero case, 14 day virus cycle in the majority of provinces? Perhaps a more logical approach would be to isolate the high-risk group (which is a tiny % of the Thai population) instead of destroying the economy, and prolonging the agony of not building herd immunity. The infection rate for the 69,430,000 Thai population is 0.004 percent. If there is no herd immunity acquired by the "not at risk" majority of the population, then yes, there could be a "2nd Wave". There is also the possibility that no vaccine will be developed...there is not one for SARS covid and many other lethal viruses, and "science" has never "eradicated" a virus. Either a vaccine or an infection/recovery, gave immunity.  An aside comment to "Tropicalevo".  I would wonder why 1000 returnees were not tested, given the simplicity of that solution.

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I hope this means another round of electric and water bill discounts. Maybe pressure internet providers for similar discounts (10-30%).

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