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Three suspected Covid-19 cases in Nakhon Ratchasima

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could it be the same way as it happen when they had that cluster at Lumphini park.... ohhh boy!!! if that's the case, all the hard work down the pipes

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8 minutes ago, smedly said:

who infected who

 

I'm starting to wonder

 

this whole Egyptian thing is starting to look more and more like a yarn

 

there is no CV19 in Thailand - we don't test anyone but we are 100% sure

 

I call this whole thing B S

 

 

Could be blame the foreigners again and stop any them coming in without 14 day quarantine first.

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8 minutes ago, timendres said:

The entire concept of "we will have no infections" is right up there with "we will farm unicorns".

Based on what ?

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11 hours ago, Mavideol said:

could it be the same way as it happen when they had that cluster at Lumphini park.... ohhh boy!!! if that's the case, all the hard work down the pipes

Thanks  goodness for the Thai military  machine,  just  like everything else Thai we  can fik it, again and  again and  again  and  again.

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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

In a brief press conference on Wednesday (July 15), Nakhon Ratchasima governor Wichian Chantharothai announced that three people, who had visited Rayong province between July 8 and 11, are showing symptoms of Covid-19 infection.

Oh dear there goes Thailand boast of 40+ days of no domestic infections outside of quarantine...
Thailands record has been blown out of the water because of the military blunder again for the chosen few!

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2 ways of looking at this. First is its over the top, or 2nd an example of the track and trace system in place.

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