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In this clear calm video an explanation is given regarding the success that Thailand has had in dealing with Covid-19. Many foreigners have no idea about the extensive Thai medical health system utili

What a load of b.ll.cks!

Irrelevant.  Covid led to death not the underlying illness. They were not dieing until they caught covid. People who have recovered haven't really recovered. Some are permanently mentally and physical

10 minutes ago, Nout said:

How so? Are you suggesting the information is inaccurate. The content of the video seems more reasoned than your response.

I agree Nout, my response is simply my personal view and my last stand on the subject. How can I doubt Mr Kuster?

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9 minutes ago, stouricks said:

I agree Nout, my response is simply my personal view and my last stand on the subject. How can I doubt Mr Kuster?

Who is Mr Kuster? Do you have reason to doubt him? Anyway. I am sure you would agree we are better off here in Thailand.

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I have to agree with No.3 in the video - wearing masks. I've lived here throughout the pandemic, and I've always been skeptical about whether the official figures were true, or whether the Thai government was 'managing' them.
Back in Jan/Feb when Thailand was 2nd after China in terms of the number of infections, I was initially very worried, and then numbers in other countries started shooting up while Thailand's didn't. I always felt that if the numbers were true, it was the fact that everyone was wearing masks. 
I keep up with international news and have been shocked how people in other countries are so resistant to wearing masks. I'm from the UK so I understand that it's not natural and uncomfortable, but I still find it shocking. 
It was only a couple of days ago when the US CDC director came out and said it bluntly: masks are the most important public health tool there is in terms of fighting the pandemic. And yet there are still people who won't wear them. 

 

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Just now, Cake Monster said:

The Virus was herein late November 2019. Well before the World knew about it, and certainly before Thailand did.

Possibly but not proven. Its funny how people refuse to acknowledge the role of Thai health services and their system of voluntary care workers. Or the system of rigours quarantine. Its almost like some people don't want Thais to be successful in any way nor deserve any credit for anythings? Is this just an indirect form of Thai bashing?

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13 minutes ago, samsensam said:

 

hummm... well on the face of it things have gone well, but most of the evidence is hearsay; do you really believe 56 covid deaths?, if thailand has done so well why doesn't the government produce the factual evidence, the scientific evidence, the evidence from results of ongoing mass testing... as with many things in thailand it's all very superficial and doesn't stand up to logical, common sense scrutiny. not thai bashing just stating the reality.

There is no mass testing. Thousands of people were dieing in Europe before testing. Thousands of people are not dieing here.

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56 minutes ago, Nout said:

Who is Mr Kuster? Do you have reason to doubt him? Anyway. I am sure you would agree we are better off here in Thailand.

Mr Kuster is the guy who presented the video you quoted in your opening post.

 

The other one died at the Battle of the Little Big Horn!

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1 hour ago, Nout said:

I am sure you would agree we are better off here in Thailand.

No better off anywhere it's the same all round the world unless you believe all the media reports.

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