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Over 6,000 people get dengue fever in 4 provinces

By THE NATION

 

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More than 6,000 people have been hit by dengue fever, four of whom have died, in four northeastern provinces in eight months.

 

The Office of Disease Prevention and Control 7 said the four deaths were among 6,024 patients in Khon Kaen, Kalasin, Mahasarakham and Roi Et. These statistics were collected from January 1 to August 29 and make the area the second worst for dengue. 

 

Office director Dr Teerawat Valaisathien said dengue fever is being closely watched after constant rain in several parts of the country, increasing wet areas where carrier mosquitoes can reproduce.

 

The doctor warned people to keep their food and pets in a safe place before spraying rooms or homes to tackle mosquitoes. He also advised users to cover their noses and mouths and suggested that all windows be closed for 10 to 15 minutes to make the spraying effective.

 

Full story: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30394622

 

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-- © Copyright The Nation Thailand 2020-09-16
 

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9 minutes ago, Snoopax said:

what is the WHO doing about this ?

Possibly full lock down and everyone wrapped in  either cotton wool or bubble wrap..ohh and a booze ban from midnight till 11 am and  also 2 pm till 5 pm  😋

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I have had dengue years before and recently chikungyuyaa which is incredibly painful. They came and sprayed my house after but not the village. Waste of time, effort, and money as they took pictures to show themselves off

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Unfortunately, dengue fever cannot be used to spread worldwide panic. Since everyone has always had corona viruses in their bodies, "Covid19" and a non-validated PCR test is the logical choice to install the NWO.

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I don’t see trucks spraying Moobaan I got mine in Pattaya from overfilled flower pots 

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47 minutes ago, geistfunke said:

Unfortunately, dengue fever cannot be used to spread worldwide panic. Since everyone has always had corona viruses in their bodies, "Covid19" and a non-validated PCR test is the logical choice to install the NWO.

Dengue cannot be passed directly from person to person, it needs a female mosquito in between.

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1 hour ago, Snoopax said:

So, this is almost twice the number of Covid-19 cases and they are not just "positive" to an unreliable test, and what is the WHO doing about this ?

You do not get dengue from other people. Very simple really.

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1 hour ago, johng said:

Possibly full lock down and everyone wrapped in  either cotton wool or bubble wrap..ohh and a booze ban from midnight till 11 am and  also 2 pm till 5 pm  😋

Don't even mention it... 

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33 minutes ago, stouricks said:

Dengue cannot be passed directly from person to person, it needs a female mosquito in between.

with all the diseases (no need to name them), the majority of females passe around maybe better get rid of them and live on a society with only males 555

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34 minutes ago, GreasyFingers said:

You do not get dengue from other people. Very simple really.

Ahh, but there should be an insurance scheme....

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this is just 4 provinces! Take a look at the big picture 2 months ago.

 

https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30391213

 

There were over 50 cases in our village alone, including Madam Moon and I. They seem to have got it tamed now after a lot attention from the local health workers.

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AS in other countries they infect the mosquito with wolbachia bacteries.

It brings down population of mosquitoes, so why not yet in Thailand?

Oops, Just red Thailand is involved with dengue mosquito fighting. 

Oops, it's an article of 2011. Guess thai "mai pen rai" way.

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But the big question is how many people have died in contrast to Covid-19?????

Only 57? Or much more?

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