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CCSA calls for vigilance as holiday weekend sparks fears of new COVID-19 infections

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14 hours ago, 4MyEgo said:

I have to ask myself, do any other countries have no local transmissions, or is Thailand really special, that said if I believe what I am supposed to believe, then that would make me stupid, I think 🙄

New Zealand have had no new vases for longer time than Thailand so far, NZ also had, or still have(?), very strict border controls.

 

According to WHO a country if free of Covid-19 after 30 days with no new reported cases. According to that definition Thailand should be safe now, as long as borders are kept under strict control.

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58 people died in Thailand in about 5 months. I don't know but I'm sure 

Most of them are very old 

As far as I'm concerned 

It's all big noise for absolutely nothing 

And I don't really care what would anyone might say. Mass brainwash panic. Total Distraction of tourism and economy 

Over flu.... Great job... 

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19 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Meanwhile Thailand’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) said the mass exodus of people to rural areas could result in a surge of new COVID-19 infections, therefore, people need to exercise caution and continue to be vigilant at all times.

With no domestic infections for well over 30 days where is it going to stem from ?

Pure scaremongering !

More will die on the roads but that's acceptable.

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14 hours ago, bodga said:

and  102  avg died on American roads also, still Thailand tries its  best with a  paltry 65 or  so daily.

Pretty usless comparison when comparing 300,000,000 against 70,000,000. 

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18 hours ago, Guderian said:

As well as New Zealand and Vietnam.

New Zealand????

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17 hours ago, Traubert said:

Hooray!

 

Post number 6.

This is where the Thai government and the fancy Generals are badly at fault, They boast about how they have kept the virus at bay, sit round a table and make up 22 stupid rules for bars reopening, and yet don't have the brains to do anything about the carnage on the roads.

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17 hours ago, jvs said:

Remember back when a lot of people went back to the provinces because they lost their jobs?

There was a lot of talk back then about these people going to infect the elderly and

a lot of people would get the virus?

I did not happen then and i  predict it will not happen now.

Maybe the government will say it has happened as an excuse for more power trips, it would not surprise me at all.

'Listen to us people, we know best".  :clap2:

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15 hours ago, bodga said:

and  102  avg died on American roads also, still Thailand tries its  best with a  paltry 65 or  so daily.

Thailand is similar to Britain as far as population is concerned, America has many millions more.

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There will be 2 new cases and the Government will shut down the country again.

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Simple. If they are that worried Stop giving people holidays every month. Most of them are out of work or have just had months off already. How many holidays do they need

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On 7/4/2020 at 7:49 PM, Moon6966 said:

58 people died in Thailand in about 5 months. I don't know but I'm sure 

Most of them are very old 

As far as I'm concerned 

It's all big noise for absolutely nothing 

And I don't really care what would anyone might say. Mass brainwash panic. Total Distraction of tourism and economy 

Over flu.... Great job... 

The virus that has swept across Europe and that is in the Americas is certainly not 'the flu' - In the US over 120,000 people have died in 6 months, and that's with lockdown, social distancing, borders being closed etc. 80,000 people die annually in the US from influenza, and that is with no lockdown or other measures in place  

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The proof of the pudding will be in about 14 days time, the number of people on Jomtien beach with no masks and no social distancing is amazing. If no new numbers then we should have some confidence that Thailand is Covid free.

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On 7/4/2020 at 4:29 PM, Traubert said:

Yesterday there was 53,301 people who disagreed with you in America and 624 who'd have liked to but were no longer alive.

 

I'll excuse your stupidity. I am referring to COVID in Thailand amongst the populous, of which there are no cases! If anyone who is not a US general or has political clout or money tries to come here they will have to be quarentined for 14 days. Also, COVID 19 was never a Pandemic. Many eminent virologists, Consultants and emergency room doctors have saif it's impact would not even be equal to the Flu. The fact that doctors were told to illegally put everyone that died down as dying of COVID has now been recognised as illegal and foctors and hospitals are being sued where families could not claim compensation for diseases like asbestosis ( a lot in NY since 9/11) who cannot claim. Also victims of accidents who also cannot claim as their death certificate says they died of COVID. Soon the preverbial excrement will hit the fan and the exaggerations like in Italy and Spain will also be revealed in UK, US , and Germany along with many more.

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They just seem lost, as usual 

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