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335 more COVID-19 cases recorded on Saturday afternoon in Samut Sakhon province


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335 more COVID-19 cases recorded on Saturday afternoon in Samut Sakhon province

 

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Late Saturday afternoon, the Samut Sakhon provincial health office reported 335 new COVID-19 cases, pushing the total in this coastal province to 4,359 since mid-December.

 

The new cases include 311 detected by pro-active testing and 24 cases among those in hospital, including 13 Thais and 11 Myanmar migrant workers.

 

Of the 311 cases, 118 are Thais and the rest are migrant workers.  No fatalities were reported.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/335-more-covid-19-cases-recorded-this-afternoon-in-samut-sakhon-province/

 

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14 minutes ago, taninthai said:

No they have obviously just started testing higher numbers.

Q But why are they not still fudging the numbers as claimed on this forum? 
A Because it was a myth made up by some forum members whose own countries were being smashed by covid and the Thais outperforming them didn’t fit their narrative.

 

51 minutes ago, rooster59 said:

Of the 311 cases, 118 are Thais and the rest are migrant workers


 

I always noticed the construction workers around Natai Beach were slack with mask wearing, especially in their camps. Now we are all paying the price for their selfish and lazy attitude.

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49 minutes ago, madmen said:

The usuall suspects have been very vocal about Thailand fudging the numbers to look good 

 

So are they now playing with numbers  to look bad? 

 

You keep hugging them, they'll all get better! :thumbsup: Oh, can you hug a few for me? :jap:

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13 minutes ago, taninthai said:

If they not testing high numbers there no numbers mess around with....I think Thailand 1.2 million tests v Uk 54 million tests says it all really


Are you suggesting the Thais should follow the UK disaster of a response? 
The UK have 50 times the tests because they mucked it up and have 1,500 times the deaths. 

Thailand 17,142 tests for every death.

UK only 558 tests for every death. 

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4 minutes ago, Natai Beach said:


Are you suggesting the Thais should follow the UK disaster of a response? 
The UK have 50 times the tests because they mucked it up and have 1,500 times the deaths. 

Thailand 17,142 tests for every death.

UK only 558 tests for every death. 

When are you going to the UK!!! Is it near Samut Sakhon , the topic under discussion!

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4 minutes ago, PatOngo said:

When are you going to the UK!!! Is it near Samut Sakhon , the topic under discussion!

Hugging is perhaps more relevant?

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29 minutes ago, Natai Beach said:

Thailand 17,142 tests for every death.

UK only 558 tests for every death. 

You are aware on average 2000 people a day die in Thailand who knows if they have tests performed on the dead bodies ,,,,there was a lot of pneumonia deaths last year.

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2 minutes ago, taninthai said:

You are aware on average 2000 people a day die in Thailand who knows if they have tests performed on the dead bodies ,,,,there was a lot of pneumonia deaths last year.

Exactly.  Open the schools!

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21 minutes ago, taninthai said:

You are aware on average 2000 people a day die in Thailand who knows if they have tests performed on the dead bodies ,,,,there was a lot of pneumonia deaths last year.

 

Plus in the UK you are classified of dying of Covid even if you were run over by a bus.

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