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Ten new Covid-19 cases reported

By THE NATION

 

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Ten new Covid-19 cases were reported in state quarantine over a 24-period on Saturday, including two domestic cases and eight cases in the state quarantine.

 

 

The domestic cases were two Myanmar nationals in Tak province. They are a married couple, aged 63 and 53, who have been living in Thailand for several years and have a son who now works at the Mae Sot–Myawaddy goods transport checkpoint. Officials suspect that they contracted the virus from there.

 

The other cases included a Nepalese, aged 26, one from the United Arab Emirates, aged 24, a 43-year-old from the US, a 57-year-old from Poland, three people aged 22, 25, 56 from the UK, and and a 24-year-old from Japan. All of them, except the Nepalese, are Thai nationals.

 

Meanwhile, four Covid-19 patients have recovered and been discharged.

 

The total number of confirmed cases in Thailand has risen to 3,679 (736 in state quarantine),142 are in hospital and 3,478 have recovered and been discharged. The death toll remains unchanged at 59.

 

According to Worldometer, as of 10am on Saturday, the total number of confirmed cases worldwide had risen to 39.57 million (increasing by 412,917), 29.65 million have recovered and 1.1 million have died (up by 6,185).

 

Thailand ranks 143rd in number of cases, while the US tops the list with 8.28 million, followed by India 7.43 million, Brazil 5.2 million, Russia 1.36 million and Spain 982,423.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30396364

 

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quarantine somewhere would be better than hospital, you can imagine the bill padding going on

China and Thailand have herd immunity from late 2019/early 2020

Strange that everyone with Corona positive test stays in hospital, even asymptomatic people 

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5 hours ago, Pedrogaz said:

Second wave building up.....only a wavelet at the moment but come January with these stupid schemes with visas to get Chinese here, we will soon end up with a tsunami. 

The first will arrive in a few days.................unbelievable that Chinese people, where the virus originated from, are allowed to enter Thailand. 

 

That doesn't make any sense, but too many things are very similar.

 

  Who needs a soldier who extends the emergency decree that his position is safe? 

 

    The draconian Emergency Decree on Public Administration in Emergency Situation provides authorities with broad powers to arrest individuals without charge and detain them in informal places of detention. Officials carrying out the duties under the decree enjoy legal immunity. The decree does not require access to legal counsel or visits by family members.

 

   https://www.hrw.org/news/2020/10/15/thailand-emergency-decree-pretext-crackdown

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50 minutes ago, elephant45 said:

Dear Lord. 10 Cases? Shut down all of the worlds airlines, banks, restaurants and all outside activities!

And safe all prostitutes. Amen. 

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15 hours ago, cyril sneer said:

China and Thailand have herd immunity from late 2019/early 2020

Anyone with half a brain knows you can't stop a virus until herd immunity is reached it's a basic scientifically proven fact.Herd immunity isn't a way to stop a virus it's the result.You can take the approach of Thailand and Sweden and let it rip and get it over with quickly or you can draw it out endlessly. 

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16 hours ago, cyril sneer said:

China and Thailand have herd immunity from late 2019/early 2020

Herd immunity my ass......what pills are you taking i need some.

 

More like selective reporting on actual numbers.

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