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Thailand travel bubble in chaos: Plans for international flights between participating countries put off indefinitely

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6 minutes ago, condobrit001 said:

Clearly this is revenge by the UK due to Thailand's draconian requirements for entry for UK citizens - 14 day quarantine, $100,000 insurance, doctors free to fly certificate, approval by Thai embassy etc.etc.. Well  done Boris.

More likely they did an internal survey in the Foreign Office , anyone going to Thailand for their holidays this year, answer came back no so they decided 14 day quarantine for anyone returning from Thailand that sounds more plausible

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Maybe they will have to re think things totally. Finally set up a quarantine system which is bigger than few hotels . Set up testing on arrival. 
 

To be honest I think I’m clutching at straws but is it really feasible to have that many people out of work since March. I don’t know the figures but heard it’s 6 million unemployed in tourism sector at least ...

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6 hours ago, BestB said:

1 step forward, 3 steps back.

 

China should have never been on that list to begin with

But the people in the govt love the Chinese

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The thing that really makes this worse is that the political nonsense especially in the US, the fake news, is taken seriously by people outside the US and is likely a major driving factor.

 

Just really <deleted> that corrupt politician's political agendas are making it so that I can't get married, and may actually ruin my relationship and basically like ruin my life, just because some <deleted> want to use this <deleted> to gain power. I'm specifically talking about the US here, so. Just to clarify.

 

But thankfully there's hope because I pretty much think after the November election all this will likely blow over, at least in the US. and then maybe misinformation won't be keeping me from being able to get married.

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26 minutes ago, vermin on arrival said:

It showed that in 34 % of people in Berlin who had never been in contact with the Sars-CoV-2 virus showed nonetheless T-cell immunity against it (T-cell immunity is a different kind of immune reaction, see below)."

 

 

And just how exactly would those researchers be able to state with certainty that the 34% of Berliners they're talking about in their sample had never been in contact with the virus?

 

BTW, that claim isn't actually being made directly by the author you quoted. It's the author you quoted taking an excerpt out of something that was published elsewhere by others.

 

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1 minute ago, Raphus said:

As I have already stated. The longer the country stays closed. The longer the economy is going to suffer.

Thailand is going to be seriously indebted very soon if they dont pull their fingers out. The writing is on the wall.

A country cannot stay closed indefinitely. The only people that will travel in the next few months are those with a reason for work, family, and emergencies. Tourism will not pick up now as people reign in spending during uncertainty.

I also want to get to thailand to teach. But cannot due to these draconian rules that are strangling its economy.

Thailand will never be the same again after this summer as there will be so many hotels and businesses closed. The volume of tourists for next year will not be possible due to lower capacity in hotels as many will close.

 

I too need to get out there to teach.....and if things keep going the way they are I'm looking at serious difficulty as I am not permitted to teach in my home country whilst on a career break. No income here at home may mean having to sell my house! I have watched the proceedings with interest and not a little astonishment.

Testing on arrival, track and trace, self quarantine if necessary would go a long way to helping LOS start the economy rolling.

 

It seems there are new directions taken each and every day!

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6 hours ago, BestB said:

1 step forward, 3 steps back.

 

China should have never been on that list to begin with

Correct Money number 1 Comes to Mind Yet Again. 

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Probably the the only country in the world that is welcoming China back in .What can they expect ? 

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Read yesterday Cambodia is saying mid 2021..

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