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Cross-country bus driver tests positive, passengers urged to get tested


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52 minutes ago, NanLaew said:

 

Taking your hypothetical to its logical conclusion, if you had ridden this bus at any time between the dates given, in lieu of paying 6000 baht for a PCR test, would you self-quarantine instead, just in case?

No.

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13 hours ago, possum1931 said:
14 hours ago, NanLaew said:

 

Taking your hypothetical to its logical conclusion, if you had ridden this bus at any time between the dates given, in lieu of paying 6000 baht for a PCR test, would you self-quarantine instead, just in case?

No.

 

That's very socially responsible of you.

 

Now, if subsequent reports did indicate that there was a cluster that was proven to have originated on this bus service that you used, in lieu of paying 6000 baht for a PCR test, would you self-quarantine instead, just in case?

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2 minutes ago, NanLaew said:

 

That's very socially responsible of you.

 

Now, if subsequent reports did indicate that there was a cluster that was proven to have originated on this bus service that you used, in lieu of paying 6000 baht for a PCR test, would you self-quarantine instead, just in case?

If it was a cluster of people who were positive, then yes I would quarantine myself for a couple of weeks, I would even pay for a test if I was sure no one was profiteering from it, but no way would I help fill the pockets of the unelected "PM" and his tinpot soldiers.

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