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Exactly, but the longstanding truth that I noticed within the first year of living here (and that has only really gotten worse, and that most people refuse to believe) is that Thailand is for Thai peo

You seriously think that's what I meant? read again...   -----   Of course, every Thai should be permitted home - that is a basic human right. As is the right for a family to be to

Tough but understandable move by the government. The Thais knew what they were dealing with and responded appropriately. Yes, some foreigners would have respected the  self isolation requirements

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49 minutes ago, Mama Noodle said:

 

Exactly, but the longstanding truth that I noticed within the first year of living here (and that has only really gotten worse, and that most people refuse to believe) is that Thailand is for Thai people. There is very little, if any, consideration for foreigners in any way. Its always been like this, it will always stay like this. When push comes to shove it will always be Thai first, and even if you marry one you will always be a second-class person. 

 

Itll never change. 

Yet we would not complain if our own countries acted the same right?

 

Then there would not be entire towns / cities following Sharia Law throughout the UK....

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7 minutes ago, Mama Noodle said:

 

Not if they catch the sh*t when they walk out the front door of the quarantine facility, no. 

 

And besides, its apparently good enough for Thai people, and the WHO, CDC etc... 

 

Add a Covid test on the 14th day if that makes you feel more secure. 

And what if the person is Asymptomatic ?

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13 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

As a standalone action quarantining people alone does not eliminate the chances of further spreading.

Agreed...  though it impacts the spread over the 'near future' (as long as lock down lasts), once the world is opened up again, it will spread again. Vaccine and Immunity are the only way we (the world) can live with this.

 

 

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21 minutes ago, KhaoYai said:

Clearly you aren't away from your wife or maybe don't have one.

 

 

Ha, she's asleep in the bedroom.... some days I wish that distance was further.

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Just now, richard_smith237 said:

Agreed...  though it impacts the spread over the 'near future' (as long as lock down lasts), once the world is opened up again, it will spread again. Vaccine and Immunity are the only way we (the world) can live with this.

 

 

Which is why the world needs to remain in lockdown to allow more time for a vaccine to be found.

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26 minutes ago, Don Mega said:
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In other words, a logical and careful step by step action to relieve these situations, and compassion, are not in your DNA! Your sad.

A foreigner allowed entry that has the WuFlu goes onto infect 10 other people..... Yeah I have compassion for those innocently infected.

QUARANTINE !!!...   

 

 

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