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On 6/30/2021 at 8:56 PM, Mekong said:

Thailand has only vaccinated 6.8% of the population and forecasts show that figure will be 10% in another 10 weeks.

Meanwhile General Pinocchio claims the country will be fully vaccinated by October and “Open for Business”

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https://graphics.reuters.com/world-coronavirus-tracker-and-maps/countries-and-territories/thailand/    

Australia is just in front,

 

Plus we are using a vaccine no one else wants too, nothing to do with the side effect of dying of course

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13 hours ago, My Penis is hungry said:

with the side effect of dying of course

I hope you're exhibiting, your occasionally wry, sense of humour.

Mind you, I woke up dead, this morning, having had one shot of two, of the Pfizer jab.

So you'll have to forgive my posts, if they seem, well, somewhat, from beyond the grave.

Nice here, but all the folk still have, what they died from, so I avoid the the car accidents, war victims and diseased.

Young people who had unexpected heart attacks, are quite nice, if looking continually surprised...

I'm making my way to the SEA section, as we speak, who'd a thought, they'd divvy the place up, into geographical regions?

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Following on from the Indonesian scam of washing and re-using swabs for Covid tests:
Thousands in India given fake COVID-19 vaccines

Thousands of people in coronavirus-ravaged India have been jabbed with fake COVID-19 vaccines in a sickening scam that charged desperate people between $10 and $17 per dose...

https://nypost.com/2021/07/05/thousands-in-india-given-fake-covid-19-vaccines-in-sick-scam/

Note to self: plan to have multiple thousands of confederate flagged and branded, vaccination equipment packs, ready for sale in American South, when the next virus rears its head, in 3 or so years time...

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Scams everywhere it seems:

‘Mastermind’ behind online vaccine scam arrested in Saraburi

A man suspected of operating an online vaccine scam that stole more than 300,000 baht from victims was arrested in Saraburi on Wednesday.

Police nabbed Weerasak Suksamdang, 26, in front of the TPI Polene building in Kaeng Khoi district and charged him with fraud and computer crime.

Weerasak denied the charges and was transferred to Muang Udon Thani Police Station, where complaints about the scam were filed on June 30.

The complainants said they were scammed by a Line group called “Vaccine Sinopharm”, which advertised jabs for 1,800 baht.

Police said the scammers claimed to be doctors who had procured leftover Sinopharm doses from the Federation of Thai Industries.

Once victims had transferred cash, they were deleted from the Line group and received no vaccine.

The scam netted over 300,000 baht from victims, police added.

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The first suspected scammer, Ronakorn Puttaraksa, was arrested on July 2 in Muang Saraburi. 

Police said Ronakorn confessed to setting up the Line group with Weerasak and others because he did not have a job.

https://www.nationthailand.com/in-focus/40002951

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Maybe some well thought out planning ...

5,000 bed field hospital to be set up at Suvarnabhumi Airport

A 5,000 bed field hospital is to be set up in the compound of Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport and is expected to become operational in August. The new facility is being established to address the current hospital bed shortage, being caused by a continued surge in COVID-19 cases, according to Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob.

The Transport Ministry has been asked by the Public Health Ministry to set up a field hospital in the airport’s 100,000m2 area of the Satellite 1 building. The second floor will be used for intensive care units and doctors’ facilities, while the third and fourth floors will be used to accommodate mild and asymptomatic patients.

The new facility will open just in time, as the lease for the Bussarakum field hospital, at Impact Muang Thong Thani, will expire next month and the new field hospital, at the airport, will be able to accommodate three times as many patients, said the minister.

Meanwhile, a cargo terminal inside Don Mueang International Airport, is being converted into another huge field hospital, with the capacity to accommodate 2,000 asymptomatic and mild COVID-19 cases. It will become operational on July 12th.

 

https://www.thaipbsworld.com/5000-bed-field-hospital-to-be-set-up-at-suvarnabhumi-airport/

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Me! me! me ! me! can I answer please? please?

Small pox is non existent, because it's been replaced by big pox, wearing red MAGA baseball caps?

Evalooshun!

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See? it’s not the vaccine, it’s the act of refusing the vaccine, that causes death….

Covid 19 coronavirus: Woman who refused vaccine dies of Delta variant

A woman in the United States has died of coronavirus, after she refused the vaccine, because of concerns over side effects, her family have said...

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/covid-19-coronavirus-woman-who-refused-vaccine-dies-of-delta-variant/OFI5WYY5I6N3OIOA5QKHZICQOQ/

 

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On 7/8/2021 at 6:22 AM, Coss said:

Scams everywhere it seems:

‘Mastermind’ behind online vaccine scam arrested in Saraburi

A man suspected of operating an online vaccine scam that stole more than 300,000 baht from victims was arrested in Saraburi on Wednesday.

Police nabbed Weerasak Suksamdang, 26, in front of the TPI Polene building in Kaeng Khoi district and charged him with fraud and computer crime.

Weerasak denied the charges and was transferred to Muang Udon Thani Police Station, where complaints about the scam were filed on June 30.

The complainants said they were scammed by a Line group called “Vaccine Sinopharm”, which advertised jabs for 1,800 baht.

Police said the scammers claimed to be doctors who had procured leftover Sinopharm doses from the Federation of Thai Industries.

Once victims had transferred cash, they were deleted from the Line group and received no vaccine.

The scam netted over 300,000 baht from victims, police added.

lg

The first suspected scammer, Ronakorn Puttaraksa, was arrested on July 2 in Muang Saraburi. 

Police said Ronakorn confessed to setting up the Line group with Weerasak and others because he did not have a job.

https://www.nationthailand.com/in-focus/40002951

Saraburi is a bit of a shit hole, home to much drug dealing etc

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