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Tears and heartbreak as flight ban keeps farang-Thai families apart

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4 hours ago, uhuh said:

And that's exactly why they don't let you in. Well done. 

You want to come and happily spread Covid19 to others.

Thais have to rely on their public hospitals. 

You, instead, will have private insurance,  get the best treatment,  and if things turn sour you probably get repatriated by air ambulance,  insurance pays. 

 

Just follow TVF, so many farangs don't believe in corona, don't care about others  - even their governments don't care. 

When 95% in the BTS started to wear masks, back in March, it was invariably farangs who were walking around with naked faces. 

They feel rules are not relevant. They don't even want to wear a mask - who would trust these people about quarantine?

They think they are smarter than Thais.  Just peruse TVF to see their racist superiority complex. 

 

These people are dumb and dangerous. 

Yes, Thailand wants their money. 

But the risks are just too high.

Yeh just close all borders forever, job done

Are you for real??

Maybe you should live in a zorb ball and let the rest of the world get on with living.......not in fear

There are literally thousands of ways to die and this is just another one.

Maybe they should ban mosquitoes too, they originally came from South Africa.

Dengue fever kills plenty of people too

 

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1 minute ago, fredwiggy said:

No country will be free of the virus for a long, long time, if ever.

<deleted>, guess they wont be able to enter then !!

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7 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

They should re-open borders but only allow entry to those that come from countries (or spent at-least the preceding month in that country) that are confirmed to be free of the virus.

There is a 20 minute test being developed in the UK but even that would cause huge queues entering the country

You've just got to let nature take it's course, the economic costs are just too great to carry on in this catatonic state

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Just now, fredwiggy said:

I know a few

They probably ride motor bikes with a mask and no helmet in shorts and a t-shirt too 😅

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You know what , this virus isn't going away

Viruses tend to kill people who are weak

A lot of people in Thailand right now have no money

No money = little food, little food = worsening health 

Worsening health = even more susceptible to viruses

 

In the Bengal famine hardly anybody died of starvation

Over 90% died of malaria and other viruses because their bodies were too weak to fight 

 

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7 hours ago, mr mr said:

don't care much at all what they think of me.  

Right,

and we can think of them what we want. 

While keep smiling,

as they do. 

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47 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

They should re-open borders but only allow entry to those that come from countries (or spent at-least the preceding month in that country) that are confirmed to be free of the virus.

Right, and should every foreigner in Thailand not be expulsed to his home country, on whatever what visa he is? 

After all if there are only Thais in Thailand anymore, only Thais would be able to transmit the virus to their  compatriot. 

 

 

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If you say so but my gf is confirmed on a repatriation flight from UAE.(she's not Thai she's traveling on a UK Passport.)  As I said before each person has to coordinate with Thai immigration In the host country and pay for passage in advance and pay in advance for quarantine accomodations on arrival. It's a tedious process because of the ambiguous procedures the backlog is getting bigger and unfortunately many Thai people there are service workers that lost their jobs weeks ago and are out of money. Now as Ramadan winds down UAE is imposing a stricter curfew as well.

No end to the madness...

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