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Thailand on Friday (May 14) reported 2,256 new COVID-19 cases, and 30 additional deaths.

 

● 2,073 new infections

●  183 prison / prison infections

 

Friday’s cases bring the total number of COVID-19 infections in Thailand to 96,050 with 548 deaths.

 

The news comes as PM Prayut announces that walk-in vaccination centres are delayed and will not be ready until June.

 

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I think english have good saying - to defecate otherwise to get off the potty. Thailand  is taking 1/2 measure that are not effective and that prolong the misery. Either do proper restriction of activ

funny you should mention that   every Thai person I have spoken to over that last few weeks has said they will refuse to take the Sinovac Chinese vaccine - go figure 

Well how do you like them apples.  Now we will have daily prison numbers as well.  Wonder what the positivity rate is there.  Just rolling along at 2000 plus cases a day and double digit deaths.  Wond

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The latest rolling seven-day average charts of daily COVID cases and deaths in Thailand, updated through May 12. The cases trend chart has yet to reflect the record 4,887 new cases reported yesterday, but does show the country's COVID daily COVID deaths rising into pandemic record high levels.

 

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This is not getting any better. As far as Covid in prisons, Just YouTube Thailand prisons. Most of them are wall to wall prisoners along with guards and staff. Would not be surprised to see everyone in Prison test positive

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Thailand gets a step closer to being able to offer the highly regarded Moderna COVID vaccine through at least some of the country's private hospitals.

 

 

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Thailand today is opening the a 1,200 bed field hospital for COVID patients at Challenger Hall, Impact Muang Thong Thani, in Nonthaburi province in a bid to ease the mounting pressure of COVID cases on traditional hospitals in the Bangkok region.

 

The facility will be equipped with portable x-ray units and ventilators, and officials say it is capable of being expanded to up to 5,000 total beds if needed. The field hospital is being opened in what normally is one of the country's largest convention hall/exhibit space arenas.

 

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The field hospital has been set up with extensive remote monitoring of COVID patients, in order to minimize the risk of spreading the virus to health care workers and care for a large population of patients.

 

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1 minute ago, brewsterbudgen said:

Is today when we should expect an announcement about whether the closures that were up to 17 May will be extended, or whether parks, pools & gyms, cinemas, and restaurants for dine-in can re-open on 18 May? 

I hope you're not trying to hold your breath!My guess the announcement will be made on the 17th May or June if they remember.

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25 minutes ago, FarFlungFalang said:

I hope you're not trying to hold your breath!My guess the announcement will be made on the 17th May or June if they remember.

Today as part of daily update briefing acc. to Pattaya News yesterday.

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As I said yesterday already.. today around 2000 new cases , but the prisons will make it look worse... So don't worry they are in prison and no danger but we can continue with around 2000 a day

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9 minutes ago, robblok said:

Same crazy remark as yesterday.

 

People who work in prisons are not immune to covid. They are easy to infect and will spread it on. Unless you think they really take precautions like PPE suits and so on (i doubt it). People are also being released from prisons on a dayly base so they add to the population too. Just imagine a few untested infected prisoners going home.

 

So keep your blinders up and ignore it if it makes you feel better. But logical it is not.

Please explain me than why suddenly since this week there is a split between the normal cases and prison cases..... 

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11 minutes ago, robblok said:

Same crazy remark as yesterday.

 

People who work in prisons are not immune to covid. They are easy to infect and will spread it on. Unless you think they really take precautions like PPE suits and so on (i doubt it). People are also being released from prisons on a dayly base so they add to the population too. Just imagine a few untested infected prisoners going home.

 

So keep your blinders up and ignore it if it makes you feel better. But logical it is not.

or are they only this week released??? I don't have blinkers but some other people have... look further than your nose

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