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Covid timeline: Bangkok cabby's passengers being sought after he tests positive - 68 trips over two weeks

 

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Sanook reported on the latest cases of Covid-19 in the Thai capital Bangkok.

 

They said that there had now been 961 cases - 193 people from outside the city and 768 residents since December 20th of last year. 

 

The latests "timelines" of those infected - numbers 915 - 930 - featured a nursing assistant, a bank staffer, a fortune teller and a taxi driver. 

 

The taxi driver had got fares through an application and had done 68 trips in the metropolitan and surrounding areas from February 5th to 17th.

 

All his passengers are currently being traced. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

The taxi driver had got fares through an application and had done 68 trips in the metropolitan and surrounding areas from February 5th to 17th.

Only around 5 fares a day?

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10 minutes ago, stubuzz said:

Only around 5 fares a day?

The amount of trips is one thing, the distance is another, 5 trips a day between say Swampy Airport and Don Muang or Swampy and Bang Phlad could take all day, without taxi queues.

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

The taxi driver had got fares through an application and had done 68 trips in the metropolitan and surrounding areas from February 5th to 17th.

That will be 68 on an Application, how any on a street pickup.

If he only had 5 passengers per Day, how is he still in Business.

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7 hours ago, Mickeem said:

If he was infectious he would have been a risk for only 3-4 days not the 2 weeks duration

 

 

 

Ok, so what dates wasn't he a risk then ? 

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