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Seven returnees test positive in quarantine facilities

By The Nation

 

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The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) on Monday reported seven new cases over a 24-hour period.

 

All the new cases were Thai nationals and asymptomatic.

 

A 67-year-old male masseur returned from Bahrain on October 18 and tested positive on October 22 in a Chonburi state quarantine facility

 

A 49-year-old male masseur returned from Austria on October 18 and tested positive in a Bangkok state quarantine hotel on October 22.

 

A 25-year-old male student returned from Jordan on October 21 and tested positive in a Chonburi state quarantine facility on October 24.

 

A 40-year-old woman returned from Qatar on October 21 and tested positive in a Chonburi state quarantine facility on October 24.

 

A 39-year-old female masseuse returned from Iraq on October 21 and tested positive in a Bangkok state quarantine hotel on October 24

 

A 42-year-old woman returned from Turkey on October 21 and tested positive in a Chonburi state quarantine facility on October 24.

 

A 49-year-old male freelancer returned from Kuwait on October 21 and tested positive in a Chonburi state quarantine facility on October 24.

 

Meanwhile, 13 patients have recovered and been discharged.

 

The total number of confirmed cases in Thailand increased to 3,743 (795 in state quarantine), of whom 141 are in hospital, 3,543 have recovered and been discharged and 59 have died.

 

According to Worldometer, as of 10am on Monday, the total number of confirmed global cases had increased to 43.3 million (up by 404,793), 31.9 million have recovered, while 10.28 million are active cases ( 77,749 in severe condition) and 1.15 million have died (up by 4,498).

 

Thailand ranks 146th for most cases in the world, while the US has the most number with 8.88 million, followed by India 7.9 million, Brazil 5.39 million, Russia 1.5 million and France 1.13 million.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30396780

 

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51 minutes ago, webfact said:

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) on Monday reported seven new cases over a 24-hour period

based on the recent report of the French woman in quarantine who obviously got infected while doing the 14 days, how many of all these reported cases over the last 6 months actually had the virus before being quarantined

 

It is the last place I would want to be 

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"A 49-year-old male freelancer returned from Kuwait on October 21 and tested positive in a Chonburi state quarantine facility on October 24."

 

Used to peruse the Coconut bar in the evenings back in the day but I never saw any male freelancers.  Maybe he was from Phuket or the islands???

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25 minutes ago, AbeNormal said:

They do

 

They don't Abe, Thais on Q flights are not required to be tested for Covid prior to boarding.

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Safe to say many have had it and did not know they had it.  Like the preacher said:  Stop your wicked wicked ways.    Drink more water and eat more fruits and vegetables.   Make sure you eat enough garlic. 

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24 minutes ago, Whale said:

 

They don't Abe, Thais on Q flights are not required to be tested for Covid prior to boarding.

sure about that ?

 

regardless, I think these quarantine centers and the planes they travel in are hotbed super spreading environments, if you didn't have the China Virus before traveling all it takes is one infected person and you're likely going to get it

 

It was reported that gym equipment in the ASQ hotel where the French woman stayed was contaminated with the virus

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5 hours ago, AbeNormal said:

sure about that ?

 

regardless, I think these quarantine centers and the planes they travel in are hotbed super spreading environments, if you didn't have the China Virus before traveling all it takes is one infected person and you're likely going to get it

 

It was reported that gym equipment in the ASQ hotel where the French woman stayed was contaminated with the virus

Transmission of a plane is highly unlikely, as indicated by recent research in the US. Got a link about the gym equipment being contaminated? 

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28 minutes ago, DavisH said:

Transmission of a plane is highly unlikely, as indicated by recent research in the US. Got a link about the gym equipment being contaminated? 

Research funded by.... the airline companies. No comment...

https://www.cbsnews.com/video/airline-study-says-risk-of-virus-transmission-low-while-flying/

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6 hours ago, yellowboat said:

Safe to say many have had it and did not know they had it.  Like the preacher said:  Stop your wicked wicked ways.    Drink more water and eat more fruits and vegetables.   Make sure you eat enough garlic. 

 

 

That won't help when your blood oxogen levels drop and you start struggling to breath.

 

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