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Burmese child didn’t get virus in Thailand: DDC


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29 minutes ago, RichardColeman said:

Pretty sure some Thai 'virology expert' was on here the other day saying there could be a 19 day incubation period which blows it back in Thailand's direction. Then again I guess it's only 19 days on import but 24 hours on export !

Incubation periods are never guaranteed. They are only estimates and averages based on previous cases. Every case is slightly didn't because every strain is slightly different. Then again I am no virologist!

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1 hour ago, hioctane said:

Incubation periods are never guaranteed. They are only estimates and averages based on previous cases. Every case is slightly didn't because every strain is slightly different. Then again I am no virologist!

No virologist...sure but what you say is plausible. We know enough now to  see comparisons with the flu and how that mutates every year. 

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3 hours ago, ukrules said:

It's going to be a very interesting few weeks ahead as all these people are forced to leave the country and be tested on arrival as they get home.

I have a theory that this is might be what prompted the unexpected 'leniency' when they allowed people to stay for many more months than normal.

 

Were they doing this out of the kindness of their hearts of was it an exercise in keeping people here so they weren't tested as they arrived home and found to be infected or even worse - previously infected and now recovered.

 

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