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    Hi, Interesting to see that protesting is also illegal, although considering the origin of this government maybe not that surprising Sanuk!
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    So all the 7/11 shops are open. No need to panic.
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    Strange ... I was in my local Tops grocery yesterday, shelves full and no shortage of anything. The small food stalls have all had to close (no more fried dishes, somtam, ice cream etc), but that is the only thing unusual. A few days before that I was at The Mall in Ngamwongwan (Nonthaburi). No signs of any panic buying any many restaurants still open (take out only).
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    55555 Damn, now I have to stay at home officially, whereas I was doing it in defiance before
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    Carrot-Carat same-same.
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    Latest titbit is that Donnie wants to put everyone with Covid19 on a cruise ship and push them offshore to protect the mainland. What next, sink 'em?
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    ...and then you have this, an organization that is supposed to know about world health but they ignore warnings??? WHO ignored Taiwan's warnings about coronavirus in December World Health Organization ignored Taiwan's warnings about human-to-human transmission of coronavirus on Dec. 31 TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Tuesday (March 24) confirmed that it had warned the World Health Organization (WHO) about the human-to-human transmission of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) in December of last year. Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokeswoman Hua Chunying (華春瑩) posted a tweet on Saturday (March 21) claiming that the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission had issued a notice about the COVID-19 outbreak on Dec. 31. However, in reality, the notice stated it "had not found any obvious human-to-human transmission."... https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3904054?fbclid=IwAR1RhIthchyaiJG395h4cUTlJ95nH_QuBwL9v4vHMHobmdCudVLMM68xzLg
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    https://www.bangkokpost.com/vdo/thailand/1884755/quiet-night-in-bangkok Bangkok’s usually bustling nightlife is replaced by closed doors and deserted streets after all entertainment facilities were ordered closed as part of the measures to control the coronavirus spread. (Video by Jetjaras Na Ranong)
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    Kenny Rogers (1938 - 2020) Kenny Rogers has died aged 81 his family announced overnight on Friday - the husky voiced singer was known for hits such as The Gambler and Coward Of The County.
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