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Rayong hotel shuts doors for 14 days after Egyptian guest tests positive

By THE NATION

 

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D Varee Diva Central Rayong Hotel on Tuesday (July 14) announced on its Facebook page (@DVareeRayong) that it will employ three measures in response to the incident where a 43-year-old Egyptian soldier tested positive for Covid-19 after he and 30 other Egyptian soldiers and military staff stayed at the hotel from July 8 to 11.

 

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration said earlier on Tuesday that 394 people were at risk of contracting Covid-19 from the military personnel as he and his group had visited a shopping mall in the province, as per data collected via the ThaiChana platform.

 

The hotel has put the following measures in place as of Tuesday:

 

1. All hotel staff are to stop working immediately and undergo Covid-19 tests, after which they will be in quarantine from July 14 to 28;

 

2. The hotel will shut its doors for at least 14 days as well as disinfect its premises;

 

3. Guests who have booked rooms between July 14 and 28 are required to change their bookings or contact the hotel for full refund.

 

D Varee Diva Central Rayong can be reached via (+663) 899 7333, email [email protected], the website www.dvareerayonghotel.com/ or via Facebook.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30391291

 

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And compensation for this fiasco may be be claimed from?

Actually who is ultimately responsible for this disaster?

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It will be deducted from the covert mission expenditure for the Egyptian special forces unit who came, went, and created havoc without conquering anything unless it was to spread the virus samples obtained from those places they flew to so that there own country could start to make a vacine...ooops I said to much already...

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Shall I set a place at the dinner table this evening for Mr Cock-Up sir?

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Posted (edited)
18 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

ooops I said to much already...

No -- a 'Guest Set' stand-up comedy routine should last at least 10 minutes.

Edited by SkyFax

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Now the virus is back in the country, you might as well open up like others are doing.

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11 hours ago, Thailand said:

And compensation for this fiasco may be be claimed from?

Actually who is ultimately responsible for this disaster?

Disaster lol? One person is found with the virus and they lock down the entire region of Rayong. That's pretty insane 

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All these restrictions and fines and the government is allowed to say sorry! Farcical!

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24 minutes ago, Haveasay said:

All these restrictions and fines and the government is allowed to say sorry! Farcical!

It is called saving FACE.  It is the only thing they know how to do other than there over the top closures, and worrying.

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Maybe the people who let the flight crews go shopping should all take

responsibility and pay for this expense. Maybe PM Prayut should also

compensate instead of his, soo heart felt apology..

Geezer

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If they are going to react like that, with every Covid- case found, this country is <deleted>...doomed for all eternity and we are straight back on the way into the age of hunters and gatherers!

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If Egyptian crew followed all the rules they were told about, then they did nothing wrong. If they disobeyed the rules, then that it is a different story. 

 

If the government told the schools and shopping center to close down, then the government should fully compensate the shopping center and also give money to the school. The average daily profit for each store within the shopping center should be paid by the government
 

Most countries are opening up, even though they still have infections. I think shutting down the shopping mall for two weeks is extreme overkill.

Unless there is evidence that the virus spread to the employees in the shopping center, this is unnecessary. It seems test are highly inaccurate, and a waste of money to test the employees so quickly

 

With this attitude the country will not be able to open up for a few years

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