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Quarantine could be reduced to SEVEN days if STV plans successful: Tourism Minister


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Ha, ha, ha, ha!

 

Lets me get this right, in Thailand a civil servant with no medical background rewrites covid 19 quarantine regime then spouts off to the press, <deleted>......!

 

Anywhere other than Lieland he would be held to account here he will probably be promoted to Ai Anutin's inner circle, come to think of it he's probably less of a liability but the bar is set pretty <deleted>in low....

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Why don't you let tourist already here be able to buy an extension inside the country?   Furthermore what's the point of quarantine if you do it for 7 days. We already know due the the incub

that just shows how "smart" and good business people they are. When all of that virus close the country started, there were around 500 K foreigners in Thailand, these people could have spend lots of m

Dream On. Another name added to Prayut's brain dead gang. 

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1 hour ago, JusticeGB said:

I once asked a lawyer why he brought so many files to a meeting on quite a simple case. He said he could charge more if it appeared that he had done a lot of work on it. The Minister of Tourism seems to think that a new plan a day shows that he is effective at his job.

Yes, paperwork can be seen. A clear sign that a lot of work has, or hasn't been done. Can't just turn up with a laptop. Not enough evidence for visceral eyes; I mean, how are you supposed to measure the amount of work completed?

 

I've had a few Thai friends send me pictures on line of their workload when they've told me they're busy. The common theme is a picture with a computer screen with a spreadsheet on it and lots of paperwork strewn across their desk. You can't argue with that. 

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Oh I see, it makes sense now! The action of spending money in Thailand - in some mystical, magical way - changes science as we know it. The virus has decided to comply to such measures, and now the incubation period has been shortened. 

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1 hour ago, androokery said:

That’s when they do the second test. There are no daily tests in quarantine. They find cases at the beginning or end of quarantine. 

Actually the third test.

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

The media made absolutely no attempt to explain where all these people would come from, notes Thaivisa, as online ridicule continued to flood forums bearing in mind the huge expense and onerous paperwork needed to visit Thailand under the STV plan

Pipat needs to be taken to one side and asked to think before he speaks, it's becoming embarrassing.

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The problem ist that they prioritize the tourists to stay in the expensive hotel first after landing.

If they really need 2 tests why don't just let tourists make test 2 times in their origin country, so if one of the tests results positive, than just prohibited them to boarding and quarantine should be in the home country.

 

Tourist could make covig test 14 days before boarding and 72 hours before boarding. That's all. Why do they change so many visa rule like a ping pong, angency, hotel list, bla bla bla... and it took so much time and cost.

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4 hours ago, Eibot said:

Why don't you let tourist already here be able to buy an extension inside the country?

 

Furthermore what's the point of quarantine if you do it for 7 days. We already know due the the incubation time you need at least 14 days. You might aswell not quarantine since it will spread guaranteed within a 7 day window. 

You're confusing the incubation period (the time between exposure and the onset of symptoms) with how long you have to wait to ensure the validity of the test (which is much shorter). Taiwan has a very effective 7 day quarantine so there's no reason Thailand couldn't successfully do the same.

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8 minutes ago, alianware said:

The problem ist that they prioritize the tourists to stay in the expensive hotel first after landing.

If they really need 2 tests why don't just let tourists make test 2 times in their origin country, so if one of the tests results positive, than just prohibited them to boarding and quarantine should be in the home country.

 

Tourist could make covig test 14 days before boarding and 72 hours before boarding. That's all. Why do they change so many visa rule like a ping pong, angency, hotel list, bla bla bla... and it took so much time and cost.

There you go using that new fandangled critical thinking but you've missed the point, if they are at home there is no opportunity to fleece them

 

As Confusicus once said 'to think like TaT, first must remove brain'

 

*Just to be clear for the hard of thinking he never really said that but I reckon he should have!!

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4 hours ago, Eibot said:

Furthermore what's the point of quarantine if you do it for 7 days. We already know due the the incubation time you need at least 14 days. You might aswell not quarantine since it will spread guaranteed within a 7 day window. 

2 hours ago, JTXR said:

Reduce the quarantine from 14 to 7 days?  So, the basic biology of the virus has changed, then? 

 

No, it's what doctors thought but now that they know the virus better they have say that 7 days was enough for a Covid-19 quarantaine.

Thailand is certainly not the only country to reduce from 14 to 7. (Mine, France, already reduced it to 7 too), and soon all will go to 7 days only.

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2 hours ago, YetAnother said:

Single digit IQ

Where are you placing the decimal point? 🤔

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