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Lockdown easing latest: Calls to open bars and clubs ahead of schools rejected

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52 minutes ago, tribalfusion001 said:

In the BP Facebook page today, South Korea will have mandatory QR codes to enter bars, clubs and karaoke clubs from 10th June. You just know that Prayut will implement this. https://af.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idAFKBN239075

Not a problem for me. Helps protect me actually. Test, track, trace. What is hard to understand about that?

 

 

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Entertainment versus Education. 

Thats a tough call.

 

Many drop out of education and go into the entertainment industry. 

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opening the bars gives bloggers something to write about as they have nothing nothing

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3 hours ago, mickymouse1 said:

Do you have proofs that what you said is entirely true for the entire population?

What is the total population in Thailand right now and how many of them were tested? Regards.

If you don't test you don't know, a not so favourite Thai relative is telling me how bad UK are handling the Virus and when pressed he tells me yesterday 8000 proved positive and its sane  same each day, when i sit in the lazy git ( not worked all his life 50 year old) i ask him if he has or had the virus he laughs and says no, when i ask him he knows he goes into fits of hysterics and asked my wife where she found me, her reply an absolute classic, was, not at your work place for sure.

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He warned against going to Japan despite the country opening up.

An exception might be essential business travel. But for tourism purposes it would mean going into 14 day quarantine on return and was just not worth it in his view. 

He warned against going to Japan despite the country opening up. An exception might be essential business travel. But for tourism purposes it would mean going into 14 day quarantine on return and was just not worth it in his view.

 

He suggested that all foreign travel for pleasure was not sensible at this time, was problematical anyway and people might wait until there was a vaccine. 

 

A bit hypocritical...

Especially when any one entering Thailand has the 14 day isolation anyway. 

Whats he trying to say?

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4 hours ago, kingofthemountain said:

Except if they want to change the actual world reputation for Thailand

and get ride of the girlies bars, It could be the unspoken project

Add to that further reduction of farang retirees..

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30 minutes ago, Phil McCaverty said:

Not a problem for me. Helps protect me actually. Test, track, trace. What is hard to understand about that?

 

 

But there is no covid-19 in Thailand to test, track, trace...

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Should be able to open the open air bars now. 

On the point of international travel. If your saying for your people to stay home. You can expect the countries your hoping to save tourism to stay home as well. You just forecasted your fate for the remainder of this year and perhaps next year. 

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47 minutes ago, tribalfusion001 said:

But there is no covid-19 in Thailand to test, track, trace...

Probably why.

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This is a way for Thais to get rid of farang business owners keep us closed but yet invite Thais to open but yet expat news groups are too scared to say it  .... this is thailand push toward a more thainess state .... this is Thailand land of smiles

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