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3 hours ago, bwpage3 said:

This makes no sense at all, unless of course the quarantine is a financial ploy to put money in someone's pocket.

 

Why close the country off, yet allow 10,000's of protesters face to face?

 

 

 

 

great question....who is going to answer it ???

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10 hours ago, bwpage3 said:

This makes no sense at all, unless of course the quarantine is a financial ploy to put money in someone's pocket.

 

Why close the country off, yet allow 10,000's of protesters face to face?

 

 

 

 

Could say the same about any Western country...lockdowns and curfews yet airports and planes no social distancing....then wonder why there is a problem

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11 hours ago, bwpage3 said:

Has nothing to do with the government wanting protests and everything to do with 10,000's of people packed together.

 

You have no realistic clue how many cases of COVID is in Thailand. Do you honestly believe everything the Thai Government tells you?

 

Masks are not proven to prevent Covid.

 

See my other post. Man from France arrived in Thailand Friday, then tested positive for Covid on Monday.

 

1. How did he get on the plane in France? Did he not have current health and COE?

 

2. How did he NOT test positive upon arrival at the airport in Thailand?

 

3. How many people was he in contact with at the airport and on the way to quarantine?

 

4. How did he test positive for Covid in quarantine?

 

5. Covid usually shows up 7 to 10 days after contact. This means he must have been Covid positive before getting on the flight, yet he passed health inspection and COE was issued.

 

 

 

 

Of course it has but you just don't understand it. That is ok not everyone is equally bright.

 

You are talking about a government mandated quarantine, something a government can control. The protests are out of control. So how can you compare measures that under control of the government with those that are out of control.

 

The amount of COVID is far less in Thailand then it is in Europe and the US. I don't believe its zero but its far lower so people don't want to import covid. You quote a few cases while in Europe and the US it runs wild

 

Keep your eye blinkers on and moan all you want Thailand is doing it right.

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On 10/28/2020 at 12:07 AM, bwpage3 said:

This makes no sense at all, unless of course the quarantine is a financial ploy to put money in someone's pocket.

 

Why close the country off, yet allow 10,000's of protesters face to face?

 

 

 

 

 

It's people rights to protest against their governments if they think they do a poor job. Well in most countries at least. 

 

Covid-19 shouldn't put protests on hold when it concerns the future of a country in my opinion, and governments worldwide shouldn't use covid-19 as an excuse to stay in power by taking away peoples rights to protest. 

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