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2400 excess deaths in Thailand!!

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10 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.

Yes, they complain and moan. Should be happy thailand help them not die. 

 

2400 “excess” deaths. 3 months.

= 800 per 1 month

= 26 per 1 day

= 1 “excess” death per province per 3 days. 

= false narrative 

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9 hours ago, Dumbastheycome said:

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.

There is the spike of expected deaths that must be songkran. As we all know there would be a jump during the deadly days.

Because songkran was cancelled the number of deaths would be expected to be lower in april than normal by a large number.

Perhaps taking that into account may make the difference look larger?

It was about 390 deaths at songkran last year.

Thats not really so significant.

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11 hours ago, 2long said:

I used to believe the BBC until I read about Bill Gates' support.

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2% is a small number, may be many people were deterred from visiting hospitals.  My wife and I were when our hospital announced 7 doctors and staff diagnosed positive 5 days after our last visit.

 

That's when you start wearing a mask.

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2 hours ago, Yinn said:

Yes, they complain and moan. Should be happy thailand help them not die. 

 

2400 “excess” deaths. 3 months.

= 800 per 1 month

= 26 per 1 day

= 1 “excess” death per province per 3 days. 

= false narrative 

Why is it a false narrative. The data indicates that there are a number of increased deaths over time. Considering the fact that Songkran was cancelled,  infectious foreigners were banned, there was slowdown in construction and a lockdown and some very effective social distancing measures taken,  there should have been a decrease in the number of deaths over the previous year. Instead we have an excess of deaths.  Thailand doesn't do full autopsies so it is  easy to say a patient died from a cause other than Covid19. 

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