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Schools are the biggest problem. Social distancing will not be possible and clusters are going to form. Without an effective test & trace network opening them up will create an army of asymptomati

Initially as part of blanket restrictions imposed without much detail consideration. Understandable then but now?   For officialdom to change it's mind in the face of requests pointing out p

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20 hours ago, Haveasay said:

Hotels???

Dormitories are the worst place for sleeping with more then 4 to a room.

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29 minutes ago, Brunolem said:

According to the government's lists, almost everything is open, and little remains closed.

 

But in fact it is not like that.

 

First, the country itself is not open, since we are still not allowed to travel freely from one province to another.

 

Then, as already mentioned, schools are not open, which is probably the biggest aberration in a country basically free of the virus.

 

Then, many beaches and hotels are still closed.

 

Yes, some hotels are open, but the ones I have contacted are not fully open, either it's the pool, or the gym, or the restaurants that are still not operating...but something is always missing.

 

Of course, bars, movie theaters and all entertainment places are still closed.

 

Shopping centers may be open, but when you walk inside, it feels like they are still closed.

 

While having some of the best covid 19 numbers in the world, Thailand appears to be the country the least in a hurry to reopen, as if its economy didn't matter at all.

 

There's gonna be hell to pay for such nonchalance...

I don't think so

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They are allowing Banks, Pharmacies and Salons  to resume,?  but in East Pattaya they have never stopped..!!,  & as for children being efficient carriers of the Virus back to their homes, i have seen many many children helping their families in the Street Markets which also have never closed...but i must sit behind a plastic screen in a restaurant  with my wife who i spend 24/ 7 with....

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20 hours ago, Haveasay said:

Hotels???

Hotels were allowed to open as part of Phase 2, as long as they followed the MOPH requirements and applied for an e-certificate.

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4 hours ago, TomJoad said:

Yes.  It's been known among epidemiologists (for decades!) that children are efficient carriers and that returning to school in the fall invariably corresponds to a large increase in flu every year.  

Proporganda they have weaker immune systems only

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2 hours ago, cornishcarlos said:

 

OMG.... That would be my worse nightmare, even without a small chance of catching a cold...

You need to ignore the foreground and look at the striped bikini in the background to the right. It will help you recover from the shock.

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3 hours ago, garzhe said:

They say parks are open but the National Parks are still closed ?

Well saves a few panthers from being accidently shot and blaming the cook I assume.

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Just now, bkk6060 said:

Took one recently from CM to Bangkok Viet jet.

no need to quarantine in BKK ? if you go back (from BBK) to CM do you have to quarantine there? is Air Asia flying as well

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3 hours ago, 4MyEgo said:

What peeeeeees me off is that the night markets are so crowded, yet the local water-holes where the expats here socialise, no working girls, unless wives or girlfriends, would be lucky to have a dozen people there at a time and are open with plenty of airflow, or on a corner and not closed in.

 

One size doesn't fit all, but then again, this is Thailand and the last time I tried putting one on, well like I said, one size doesn't fit all.

It's not only stupid here...UK at long last starting self qauranteine 8th June....however, fruit pickers...yes fruit pickers from anywhere in the world travelling to UK don't have to....how ludicrous is that

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12 minutes ago, Mavideol said:

no need to quarantine in BKK ? if you go back (from BBK) to CM do you have to quarantine there? is Air Asia flying as well

CM to BKK (suvarn) no quarantine.  Nobody at BKK did not even see security.  Driver directly to Pattaya.

 

However, I checked yesterday and if I fly BKK to CM, 14 day quarantine.  So, will not be going back until that is lifted.

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