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"Thailand is in talks with China to establish a quarantine-free travel corridor by January to rescue its ailing tourism industry"     This maybe a risky move!  I have been following a Vlogge

Good god thailand is like an infatuated teenager when it comes to China.    They are literally at the core of every economic thought they have.     

Would you expect anything different. Suppressing human rights and media coverage is an art they have perfected, much like the former USSR.

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TAT& Gov. KEEP TRYING Eventually the pandemic will pass and things will go back to normal. That will probably be before TAT& Gov. come up with a feasible sensible proposal.

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29 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

Of course, and yet the dirty foreigners from Myanmar have now reintroduced it into the province of Tak, oh no batman, looks like the Joker has been let out of the bag.  However, asymptomatic folks probably walk amongst us, why test if no symptoms right?. So the borders should be opened, right?  But, please let the Chinese come in untested and unquarantined first to see the damage they can possibly bring, unless it is all covered up again.

The proposal is for a travel bubble with China...not Myanmar. 

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52 minutes ago, Jeffr2 said:

And I've got a friend who's lived there for over 20 years and says the virus is not a problem.  His wife is a nurse and says no patients at their local hospitals.

 

For sure there are under reported cases.  That's true in every country.  But the virus is not raging in China like it once was.  Europe and the US are the hot spots now.

 

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/PIIS1473-3099(20)30800-8/fulltext

That is 100% correct travel internal is ack to nrmal

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