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The timeline of the 57 year old French woman who has tested positive for coronavirus in Koh Samui has been announced by health officials.

 

She returned from France with her husband and son, attended Alternative State Quarantine in Samut Prakan, visited the French embassy, flew to Samui and went to Big C and 7/11 near her home.

 

After two negative tests in quarantine she showed positive after reaching Samui. Her relations are negative and a friend is undergoing testing. 

 

The Thais said that ten passengers and 2 crew on a flight were high risk close contact and 21 other, medical personnel, were deemed low risk.

 

No directives about contact at the retail stores have been announced. 

 

Here is the timeline:

 

The family left Limoges on Sept 30th and boarded THAI airways TG 933 to Bangkok.

 

They attended ASQ.

 

Tests on October 3rd and 11th were negative.

 

On the 15th she went to the French embassy then flew on Bangkok Airways PG 167 to Koh Samui where the family were met by a friend and driven home in a private car.

 

On the 17th she exhibited symptoms of cough, phlegm, fever and muscle aches. She had visited 7/11 and Big C near her home on this day.

 

On the 20th she went to Bangkok Samui hospital and was admitted.

 

On the 21st she left hospital but a test came back positive.

 

On the 22nd she was subsequently confirmed with another test. She was isolated at hospital. 

 

Her husband and child were negative, the friend who picked them up is having a test.

 

Source: Sanook

 

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The woman was Covid free after state qurantine, where did she get the infection ? yes in Thailand.   Thai people is not tested regulary, the covid virus can be in the society without anybody

You are basing your conclusions on a single case while there's data on tens of million cases.   The accuracy of tests and the length of incubation periods were questionable early on, it's no

Only the foreigners; returning Thais do not need a pre-flight Covid test. Doesn’t make sense......

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19 minutes ago, Sharp said:

It's already being touted the tests are dubious at Best!!!

PCR tests have improved dramatically during the pandemic, and have also gotten easier to perform. The exact accuracy of PCR tests has been tough to pin down. According to Dr. Robert Schmerling reporting in Harvard Health Publishing, "the reported rate of false negatives is as low as 2%. The reported rate of false positives—that is, a test that says you have the virus when you actually do not—is 5% or lower."

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23 minutes ago, Seismic said:

PCR tests have improved dramatically during the pandemic, and have also gotten easier to perform. The exact accuracy of PCR tests has been tough to pin down. According to Dr. Robert Schmerling reporting in Harvard Health Publishing, "the reported rate of false negatives is as low as 2%. The reported rate of false positives—that is, a test that says you have the virus when you actually do not—is 5% or lower."

I read it's the amount of amplifaction required gives many false positives due to the fact if you amplify anything enough times you will find a trace of it even dead viruses.

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Just now, Sharp said:

I'm not disputing anyone's ideas or knowledge only quoting from my various sources and forming my own opinion as below 

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Although I agree the 70+ figure doesn't match up should be 5.4%

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21 minutes ago, Sharp said:

I read it's the amount of amplifaction required gives many false positives due to the fact if you amplify anything enough times you will find a trace of it even dead viruses.

Please elaborate how that works in detail. Because I believe it’s a load of nonsense: PCR generally is highly reliable and one of the best testing technology that exists in modern diagnostic, and many Covid-19 PCR seem to have sensitivity and specificity rates of up to 99.9%. 

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35 minutes ago, finnsk said:

The woman was Covid free after state qurantine, where did she get the infection ? yes in Thailand.

Probably whilst in quarantine.

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38 minutes ago, Sharp said:

I'm not disputing anyone's ideas or knowledge only quoting from my various sources and forming my own opinion as below 

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Many people that are surviving are reporting that months after recovery they’re still experiencing many health problems. Respiratory and brain problems mostly. 

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