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59 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

If i'm traced and tested and the result is positive as a foreigner I'm in for a world of hurt in my wallet.

But chances are, if not traced, I'd have no ill effects form the virus, and it'd be gone in no time.

 

The tracing is absolutely of no personal advantage to me at all.

Tell me again what you don't understand?

Why do you think you will have no ill effects if infected? If you have symptoms you sure as heck better get yourself to a hospital. Or you plan to have NO contact with anyone for X number of weeks? You plan to be a dirty farang superspreader? No wonder why many Thais have a low opinion of farangs. And I don't blame them. 

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If i use this app i might be considered "high risk" because i had a 0.1% chance to catch Covid from somebody who was close by. I will then be forced to pay a few thousand baht for a Covid test. Explai

You have a complete failure to understand.   i have no wish to save other people's lives at my  personal expense. If the governments want co-operation, they should be paying ALL the bil

If i'm traced and tested and the result is positive as a foreigner I'm in for a world of hurt in my wallet. But chances are, if not traced, I'd have no ill effects form the virus, and it'd be gon

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Why do you think you will havd no ill effects? 

I'm fit and healthy (walk 9-10Km nearly every day) and have the correct weight for my height (75Kg, 6').

Most ill effects are reported in those that are chronically ill and with unhealthy lifestyles.

My family are also fit and healthy and with the correct weight.

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26 minutes ago, jackdd said:

We already know that quarantining at home if tested positive is definitely not an option, so obviously the person who you talked to had no clue what they are talking about.

You cold well be right. But that it is what they told me. people are free to call themselves to confirm 

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5 hours ago, Moonlover said:

I do not understand the reluctance of some people to using Thai Chana.

I do - many people do not have a smartphone (like me)!!!!!

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50 minutes ago, Burma Bill said:
6 hours ago, Moonlover said:

I do not understand the reluctance of some people to using Thai Chana.

 

50 minutes ago, Burma Bill said:

I do - many people do not have a smartphone (like me)!!!!!

That is not reluctance. No one can force you to buy one and you like anyone else can sign the register instead.

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6 hours ago, Moonlover said:

 

This case also shows the importance of 'track and trace'. They've had a lot of practice at this now and I have increasing confidence that they can quickly smother these clusters before they get out of hand.

 

I do not understand the reluctance of some people to using Thai Chana. It's an invaluable tool in cases like this.

it is selfishness in the extreme -  and the exact cause of the horror story unfolding in the west. Folks cry "what about MY circumstances" as they're killing others. Reminds me a lot of the behavior of people who drink and drive..

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5 hours ago, BritManToo said:

I'm fit and healthy (walk 9-10Km nearly every day) and have the correct weight for my height (75Kg, 6').

Most ill effects are reported in those that are chronically ill and with unhealthy lifestyles.

My family are also fit and healthy and with the correct weight.

On a statistical basis, the probabilities favor you and your family. Having said that, the problem with statistics is there will always be outliers.

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Slightly off  topic,,... my Daughter Inlaw in the UK was tested positive  for this Virus & told to isolate at home for 10 days, after day 2 she got chest pains, and was admitted to hospital, my Son (her Husband) asked  why he had no symtoms at all  seeing as how he had'nt islolated away from her, the hospital said they had no idea,  but he was tested Negative..

 

The hospital did say that you can catch this virus more then one time..

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18 hours ago, jackdd said:

We already know that quarantining at home if tested positive is definitely not an option, so obviously the person who you talked to had no clue what they are talking about.

Bar talk again

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21 hours ago, Kaopad999 said:

It's almost like a sleeping/invisible virus..

seems much more clever than the humans trying to fight it, in many countries... 

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