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6 hours ago, tribalfusion001 said:

Chinese tourists you mean...

Any foreigner, and I am not being a snot about this.

 

All of New Zealand's 20+ new cases this month are due to travelers from outside the country. They  have been identified through the mandatory isolation requirements.  China's new cases are imports - travelers from Europe or the USA.  Canada is not publicizing the issue, but it has a problem with the thousands border crossers from the USA. There were 200,000 border crossings from the United States into Canada in the week of June 15-June 21, 2020.  About 75% are commercial truckers, and the others are individual travelers. The truckers are not subject to  14 day quarantines. A number of these people are infected with Covid19.   

 

If Phuket quickly reopens to foreign tourists, infections will be imported from around the world.  There are people out there who do not care who they infect.  Here is an example of stupid people.

 https://thehill.com/changing-america/well-being/longevity/505625-alabama-students-are-throwing-covid-parties-and-betting

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

Failure to do so will result in stern action, and the venue may be shut down.

Always the loop-hole.

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But customers flown in on a private jet (you know the big spenders) will be exempt from any of these rules!

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On 7/3/2020 at 4:47 PM, geriatrickid said:

Any foreigner, and I am not being a snot about this.

 

All of New Zealand's 20+ new cases this month are due to travelers from outside the country. They  have been identified through the mandatory isolation requirements.  China's new cases are imports - travelers from Europe or the USA.  Canada is not publicizing the issue, but it has a problem with the thousands border crossers from the USA. There were 200,000 border crossings from the United States into Canada in the week of June 15-June 21, 2020.  About 75% are commercial truckers, and the others are individual travelers. The truckers are not subject to  14 day quarantines. A number of these people are infected with Covid19.   

 

If Phuket quickly reopens to foreign tourists, infections will be imported from around the world.  There are people out there who do not care who they infect.  Here is an example of stupid people.

 https://thehill.com/changing-america/well-being/longevity/505625-alabama-students-are-throwing-covid-parties-and-betting

For your information, this disease originated from, and spread from, China.

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On 7/3/2020 at 10:02 AM, natway09 said:

The problems start once those big things that buzz & have 2 big wings start arriving & I am

not talking about the locusts

Going forward, without those 'big things' arriving, Thailand really will have problems.

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TiT. The rules are as flexible as an elastic band if you know.

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On 7/3/2020 at 5:32 PM, Jimbo in Thailand said:

Angels in Thailand? 🤣🤣🤣

Angels Buzz???

Whowoulda thunk

 

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Dear Khun geriatrickid you must come a different planet..... Thailand doesn't have a local virus case since 56 days...from whom the should get it no-one has it in Thailand...tourist can't come in to Thailand for the moment... and expatriate which like to come back...can't come back so easy and if have 2 week quarantine...if there is no business- there will be no jobs...no jobs no spending..... customer will dye out.

you must have worked for the government....where you got money without having risks. 

 

 

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