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2400 excess deaths in Thailand!!

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No surprise, although maybe previous years varied a lot as well

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5 minutes ago, bermondburi said:

I lost count how many times this particular subject already has been posted and discussed in this forum over the last month

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Thailand dodged the (first) bullet.

 

Next?

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1 hour ago, Susco said:

I lost count how many times this particular subject already has been posted and discussed in this forum over the last month

Because there are many bitter expats living in miserable circumstances here who simply cannot accept the fact that Thailand did far better than the advanced western countries.

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19 minutes ago, saakura said:

Because there are many bitter expats living in miserable circumstances here who simply cannot accept the fact that Thailand did far better than the advanced western countries.

yet  no  one  can explain why

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Probably due to unusually high number of pneumonia cases my Bangkok ICU nurse/sister in law was telling my Mrs about in March 🤔  

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Without bothering  to look further than the charts supplied above it is notable that the graph line  of "expected deaths " indicates a rapid descent and then a spike slightly higher and slightly earlier than expectations presumably based on averages of historical  data.

If the stats  for each year in isolation that the average  which the comparative is being presented as radically outside of  known  norms I would be surprised.

Even if it were to be accepted  that a percentage of the "excess" deaths were attributable to  C-19 it would still leave Thailand looking good .

I am sure  that in the longer term the statistics of deaths due to all preventable infectious diseases will also show a significant drop due to the imposition of some basic hygiene awareness.

In part of that will be in the reduction of the hordes of  habitual "visitor" inhabitants of public hospital facilities camping out with many clogging outpatient clinic seats while catching up on whatever Soap Opera  drama is so conveniently  provided  on  TV screens.

 

 

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Inflammatory post removed.  

 

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From the same report the UK has 43% excess deaths!

 

I know where I'd rather be right now despite the risk of being flattened by a bus.

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9 hours ago, saakura said:

Because there are many bitter expats living in miserable circumstances here who simply cannot accept the fact that Thailand did far better than the advanced western countries.

 

 

Do you seriously think a country that fixed its elections and relies on tourism will be honest with figures ? Be praising NK soon

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1 hour ago, Crossy said:

From the same report the UK has 43% excess deaths!

 

I know where I'd rather be right now despite the risk of being flattened by a bus.

.......or hit by a pickup truck coming out of a driveway an early morning 😉😉

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