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On 5/30/2020 at 9:27 AM, Matzzon said:

So, nothing more than a normal flu, like I and many here said from start.

Let's revisit that comment when a full 12 month cycle has been achieved.

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I'm sure they will give the opinions of thaigeezers due consideration. 

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18 hours ago, chessman said:

Would be very good news if correct.

 

100,000+ deaths at 0.26% would mean around 40,000,000 people in the US have or have had it. 1 out of every 8 people. That’s a lot.

 

but antibody testing has suggested a significantly lower number than this, the recent MLB testing in various cities where less than 1% were positive for example.

 

they also don’t say which data they are using to make this estimation and the only recent citation used is an Iranian article that is 2 months old and used Chinese figures. 

 

 

It's all a guesstimate without any factual evidence

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40 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

Where did I say I won't wear a mask ?

So you have been trolling.....😬

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26 minutes ago, baansgr said:

Let's revisit that comment when a full 12 month cycle has been achieved.

Probably still going t6o be about the same percentage regarding the death rate. That due to  a regular stream of infections.

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Just now, transam said:

So you have been trolling.....😬

not at all.

 

I stand by my opinion they are not effective however without one I am not able to buy groceries or attend the morning managers meeting at work.

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3 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

not at all.

 

I stand by my opinion they are not effective however without one I am not able to buy groceries or attend the morning managers meeting at work.

Hmmm, Tesco employs farangs.....🤭

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5 minutes ago, Bender Rodriguez said:

sorry but most people that died were in retirement homes or hospices (places to die) or hospitals, NOT THE PEOPLE THAT VISIT RESTAURANTS, HOTELS, AIRPORTS, BTS, ....

 

old sick people with chronic diseases on the doorstep of DEATH

 

0.2 percent for THE REST OF THE WORLD POPULATION

 

 

That is nonsense..........Folk from babies, children, teens, 20's, 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's with no underlying problems have been taken out....🤫

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7 minutes ago, transam said:

That is nonsense..........Folk from babies, children, teens, 20's, 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's with no underlying problems have been taken out....🤫

Must admit I choked up a bit reading about the 3 day old baby dieing in Wales and the first time the father saw his son was the same day he died.

 

However the primary cause of death was not Coronavirus/covid-19, that was listed as secondary.

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On 5/30/2020 at 8:57 AM, Langsuan Man said:

I haven't gotten Covid 19

 

Thank you Thailand for keeping me safer than my own country would

 

And it sure as hell didn't happen as an accident but through the government and Thais being mature enough to accept some minor pain versus DYING 

Don't fret. Unless you are ancient and in poor health, your chances of dying even if you become infected (which is itself highly unlikely) are miniscule.

 

One suspects the reasons Thailand's COVID mortality figures are so low is that the country has relatively few residential or nursing homes where the elderly are found in large numbers.

 

Well over half of all COVID fatalities in some European nations have been among institutionalised old folk, usually with serious underlying problems, scandalously left unprotected from a virus which primarily targets the elderly.

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On 5/30/2020 at 5:47 AM, Logosone said:

This is actually key evidence. Many had argued that school closures made a difference. Since Denmark, Norway, and Sweden have open schools but no Covid19 hotspots in schools whatsoever it would appear that school closures are not the super-lockdown measure they were touted to be. 

 

Wholly unnecessary in light of the experience in Denmark, Norway, Iceland and Sweden.

 

This is only key evidence for people who make the wrong conclusions.

 

That opening the schools now doesn't lead to an increase in coronavirus infections does not mean that closing them in the past wasn't necessary. It also doesn't say anything about the number of infections caused by opening the schools. The numbers country wide are maybe the same. But how would they have been if schools were still closed ?

 

 

 

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