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Public Health Minister confirms effectiveness of anti-COVID-19 measures on Samui


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How convenient to bring that into the equation. You might have noticed, despite numerous, well attended protests against your lot, the Thai Covid figures remain the same !

"Do you say the demonstrators are not wearing masks?"

Bla, bla, bla.🤪😝🤣

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he can thank buddha he has a lot of money, he is very lucky he not have a spender wife, cause he is going to need money when he is kicked out of government

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10 hours ago, Petey11 said:

"However, the Public Health Minister expressed concern about the ongoing political rallies, as they might pose a risk of COVID-19 transmission. Social distancing has not been strictly implemented."

Yet some ministers, ex ministers and their wives are telling yellow shirts to protest and hold political rallies.

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From the perspective of English, only a vaccine is an anti-covid measure, ie., stop infection. What the Minister is confirming is the effectiveness of covid-19 "counter measures", ie., avoid infection. Thailand does not yet have a vaccine.

 

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He Anutin....how about slapping some health care workers who catch COVID in their work while trying to save sick people.... 

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