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Nine new returnees test positive for Covid-19

By The Nation

 

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The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) reported nine new cases in state quarantine facilities over a 24-hour period on Tuesday.

 

Six soldiers who returned from a UN mission in South Sudan on October 12 tested positive on the same day, but the results were unclear. Their infection was confirmed on October 15.

 

A 22-year-old Thai male student returned from the United Arab Emirates on October 9 and tested positive on October 16 in a Bangkok state quarantine hotel.

 

A 26-year-old Thai woman who returned from Oman on October 14 tested positive in the Chonburi state quarantine facility.

 

A 25-year-old Thai masseuse returned from the United Arab Emirates on October 9 and tested positive on October 16. She developed a severe cough and headache while in quarantine in Bangkok, and revealed she been infected once before in September.

 

Meanwhile, three other patients have recovered and discharged.

 

The total number of confirmed cases in Thailand has risen to 3,700 (753 in state quarantine), 150 of whom are in hospital and 3,491 have recovered and been discharged. The death toll remains unchanged at 59.

 

According to Worldometer, as of 10am on Tuesday, the total number of confirmed cases has risen to 40.6 million (up by 337,854). Of them, 30.3 million have recovered, while 9.17 million are active cases (72,805 in severe condition) and 1.12 million died (up by 4,389).

 

Thailand ranks 144th in the list of most Covid-19 cases in the world, while the US tops the list with 8.45 million cases, followed by India 7.59 million, Brazil 5.25 million, Russia 1.41 million and Spain 1 million.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30396480

 

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Faulty PCR test. I would say that near everyone that gets tested tests positive especially if they are repeatedly tested.

The PCR test was not designed to test for viruses as it is designed to multiply fragments of DNA by millions and billions. If you multiply DNA then you can find all sorts in there, segments from when you recovered from a flu or cold or any virus of which there are many over the years including any vaccine you took. All of these amplified give false positives. The test is not approved and should not be used. Most of the ilnesses recorded as COVID can be put down to a bad flu or cold or some other respiratory ailment.

 

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I wish that just ONE of these returnee articles would report on back-tracing the vector of the exposure/infection  ...that is unless it's a GIVEN that exposure can't be eliminated even if fulfilling all the pre-flight requirements AND only a post-flight quarantine can eliminate the chance of further exposures.

 

Sorry sheeple, we can't tell you the truth and risk world-wide panic and destructive behavior on your part ...this isn't the same as your team losing the superbowl and allowing you to do some minor looting, there are higher stakes in play here.  Whatever.

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6 hours ago, bodga said:

9 THAIS should be the headline

No they wouldn’t put that as they want the Thai People to believe it’s the dirty foreigners who bring Covid to Thailand.

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