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Thai PM says news of Egyptian delegation incident was like being hit by a plane

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"Accompanied by Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul and director-general of the Disease Control Department, the Prime Minister is due to fly to Rayong province by helicopter at 4pm today (Wednesday), to visit the Passione Mall, the D Varee Diva Central Rayong Hotel and a wet market, and to offer moral support to the townspeople."

 

I wonder whether the Public Health Minister will wear an invisible mask again?

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1 minute ago, Clarkey611 said:

I wonder whether the Public Health Minister will wear an invisible mask again?

Its a copy of his real face so you never know he is wearing a mask.  They sell them, you are aware of that right, Oh wait what was I thinking its A Nut In, pro farang hater

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17 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

He also expressed concern over the high-risk behavior of people frequenting night entertainment venues, warning them to exercise extra caution.

He should be humble and ask for forgiveness by inviting army soldiers from Egypt without any quarantine  instead of blaming people frequenting night entertainment venues.

But again, that's what he always does when he messes up, blaming somebody else.

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Posted (edited)

If 1 person off 1 flight caused such an incident I cannot foresee Thailand allowing any tourists any time soon.

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Man up for a change. Did you apologize to your people for your egregious lack of protocol? Who is responsible for this? The army. Why were they let in? The army.

 

Who leads the nation? Why aren't you taking responsibility? In many countries you would be forced to step down for such a failure. Not here. You messed up. Why were they exempt from testing, like all others? Again your hapless and spectacularly toxic army. 

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Now I read that Egyptian soldier was allowed to go on a day trip to China from Rayong. How is that allowed? 

Beggers belief

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29 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

Did you apologize to your people for your egregious lack of protocol?

You can almost feel the anxiety in Pattaya right now

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18 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

he had been hit by a plane

We can live in hope

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Thai gov prioritizing some groups that have no vested interest in the safety for Thai people, so they do what they want. Meanwhile those of us expats, that are vested and invested in thail and its people are shut out, made to spend too much money/time to get in country. 

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In an earlier report it was stated that the diplomats child also tested positive, how many were actually tested and were all of this group immediately put into 14 day quarantine?

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he learned of the Egyptian military mission’s transgression of Thailand’s health safety protocols”

 

So its the fault of the Egyptians that they were allowed into the country?  Is it possible the fault that this happened is the responsible of Thai’s ... no that’s a crazy idea, forget it.

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Fantastic regulation: everyone must be tested except military and diplomatic delegations: hope the virus knows the difference not to infect these two groups....bravo great rule   

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Unless Thailand wake up they are doomed. Staying closed in the hope of a vaccine is naive at best. Even if there is a vaccine (and that is still a big if) Covid is going to be around for years to come. Poverty and everything associated with it also brings significant illness and death. The government have done a great job of blaming everyone else and convincing many of those in Thailand the same. Pointless. 

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