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Quarantine Tales #1: Thaivisa talks to expats in quarantine: “It’s all very professional just don’t ask for an Irish coffee”


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I  miss the wife and daughter like mad, but, rather u than me George, 100,000 baht just basically to get into thailand is pathetic - i'll wait.

Quarantine Tales #1: Thaivisa talks to expats in quarantine: “It’s all very professional just don’t ask for an Irish coffee”   Image: Reuters file photo   Today Thaivisa begin

That confirms there’s no logic to it. 

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Is the additional 14 days self-isolation at home mandatory? It says ’recommended’  in the article, but is there any penalty if broken?

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7 minutes ago, Golden Triangle said:

 A couple of large bottles of your favourite tipple in your luggage from your home country may help ease the pain.

Shh. Don’t give the game away 😉 

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51 minutes ago, Wiggy said:

Is the additional 14 days self-isolation at home mandatory? It says ’recommended’  in the article, but is there any penalty if broken?

No, it's "recommended", not mandatory.

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12 minutes ago, Golden Triangle said:

I really don't understand the no alcohol rule, can someone explain the logic or medical reason if any ?  A couple of large bottles of your favourite tipple in your luggage from your home country may help ease the pain. 😎 

Order from the Ministry of Public Health.

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