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19 minutes ago, webfact said:

The third wave of COVID-19 infections in Thailand have already peaked, the Department of Disease Control (DDC) has said.

That was Thursday, what about today new all time high figures?

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2 minutes ago, Snig27 said:

He clearly hadn't seen Friday's figures when he (mis)spoke.

Exactly ... 

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3 minutes ago, Bkk Brian said:

Not good news.............

 

BREAKING: Thai health officials reporting 2,070 new cases and four more deaths. There are 19,873 people in care: 15,642 in hospitals & 4,231 in field hospitals. There are now 352 people in a serious condition & 91 on ventilators

 

https://twitter.com/ThaiNewsReports/status/1385409044689547264

The implication is that a great number of the 15,642 in hospital are symptomatic. 

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Thailand reports daily record of over 2,000 COVID-19 cases, 4 new deaths

yes indeed the department of Disease control is right again.... Everything comes from the Government or related offices are lies.. They are all incompetent and don't know anything. First shouting before checking or investigate.... 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

The third wave of COVID-19 infections in Thailand have already peaked, the Department of Disease Control (DDC) has said.

And the came the braking news with 2,070 new cases...🤔

 

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

He (Dr Opas) said that reports that 40 people had suffered an adverse reaction to the vaccine were not true.

 

That is not quite true either.

 

“That was not what happened,” a nurse at Lampang Hospital’s covid department told Thai Enquirer by phone. “The report of 40 severe cases of side effects is not true.”

“There was only one severe case of side effects before we temporarily halted vaccinations on Wednesday,” an official at the Lampang Provincial Health Office’s covid department told Thai Enquirer. The province has since resumed its inoculation program on Thursday.

The health official told Thai Enquirer that there was only one case that required hospitalization and it was a 46-year-old woman who suffered from a stroke-like symptom 15 minutes after the injection.

She also said the majority of the remaining 39 side-effect cases have minor symptoms such as numbness or lack of strength of their limps, tighten chest and low blood pressure and all of them have recovered by themselves.

 

Umm. Who to believe?

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4 hours ago, Marvin Hagler said:

 

These guys decide what the figures will be everyday...he probably knows what numbers they will release over the next 2 weeks.

First thought that I had😂

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30 minutes ago, webfact said:

Speaking on Thursday, DDC chief Dr Opas Karnkawinpong said he expects cases to gradually decline over the next fortnight.

I guess we'll see then. Maybe it will, maybe it wont. If it does, the credit will be claimed. If not, it will all go very quiet.

 

Until the next time.

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Wow how did he become a doctor and DDC Chief what could possibly go wrong with guys like this in charge, why are they asking me questions, because your Chief what do l say, say something good ok, ok we reach our peak everything ok in few weeks, why you say that, l not understand the question. IDIOT

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

 

The third wave of COVID-19 infections in Thailand have already peaked, the Department of Disease Control (DDC) has said.

 

Speaking on Thursday, DDC chief Dr Opas Karnkawinpong said he expects cases to gradually decline over the next fortnight

What school did he not go to.

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

 

He said that people organised events which lead to a spread of infections can expect to face legal action.

That’ll be the government then.

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6 hours ago, richard_smith237 said:

 

Excellent information. 

 

IMO this is the true metric....   The number of people in serious condition (352) and on ventilators (91). 

 

Knowing the number of people in serious condition helps us ‘observe’ the true impact of this virus. 

 

Knowing the number of positive cases is an extremely poor cousin to the ‘serious condition’ metric. 

There could be a lot more untested asymptomatic people, or there could be not many more. Asymptomatic people have very little reason to go and get tested, thus the numbers are always going to be misleading.

 

The numbers of people in 'Serious Condition’ with Covid-19 will not be easily manipulated or ignored, monitoring this figure on a daily basis will allow all of us to place our finger on the true pulse of Covid-19 in Thailand. 

 

 

It depends on what the Thai government puts down as pneumonia or Wuhan virus (Covid-19).

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

Speaking on Thursday, DDC chief Dr Opas Karnkawinpong said he expects cases to gradually decline over the next fortnight.

Well just one day proved him wrong.

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Thailand’s third wave of COVID infections have has already peaked

 

Yeah. Right! He or one of his colleagues also said that new cases would be down to 80 a day by the end of the month. 

 

 

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Dr Opas also said that people who are due to get vaccinated will undergo mental health assessment prior to being inoculated. The assessment will help health officials protect against Immunisation Stress Related Response (ISRR). 

 

555. "Wan nii khun sabay dee mai kha?."  "Sabay dee khap."  Congratulations.  You have just passed the assessment for Immunisation Stress Related Response (ISRR).

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