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1 hour ago, webfact said:

The government’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) admitted on Monday that it had made errors in managing the entry of some groups of foreigners.

Not too sure anyone will be held responsible for such an atrocious decision ?

As it is Thailand, it will probably be a "carry on with your job, and don't do it again" attitude. 

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1 hour ago, richard_smith237 said:

I was obviously wrong. People just cannot be trusted to do the right thing. 

I isolated myself in the UK upon arrival in April, which meant renting a small cottage for two weeks. I went to the supermarket twice, masking up and wearing gloves to protect others.

Thank you for confirm your own statement

the self quarantine doesn't work

I am sure you don't even realise your 2 shopping round, even

with mask and gloves, were a big risk for all the other people in these places.

 

The only way is a controled confined place with armed guards at the entry.

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I read a few days ago of a foreigner being sued for 500,000 for stray golf ball hitting caddy I avoid golf as someone said just ruins a good walk or something along that lines.

but perhaps more importantly any of us could become infected and inadvertently cause any business to close for a unspecified period of time since all of us farangs are dirty and rich I wonder when the lawsuit claims will start.?

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