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Flash - those are fascinating, thanks, compare a few, really interesting.

If one thinks like me;  (more movement) = (more virus transmission) ; then these could well, foretell, future death tolls.

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This virus is strange and the number reported are even stranger....Hong Kong, 4 deaths? Shanghai, 6 deaths? while Spain and Italy are getting slammed...

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Thailand reports 89 new coronavirus cases, one more death

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand reported 89 new coronavirus cases and one more death on Saturday.

The latest numbers from the government's Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration took the total in the southeast Asian nation to 2,067. Twenty people have died.

 

Reuters via Thai Visa - (press the googlie button if you're seeking more info)

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Gentlemen,

 

after deep investigation and consulting leading authorities wordwide ( Dr. Corsi , crazy Debbie and the AmericanPatriot) I see myself fit today in letting the world know what the reason of the Corona virus really is. Neither fried bats nor Pangolin soup but :

- Permanent spreading of homosexuality

- Warning of climate change

Anybody  now wrongly thinking BubI is under the influence of 16 beer Singh at Happy Girls Bar Soi 4 is dead wrong ! This exclusive knowledgs comes from a holy man whose name is Drollinger and the one who on weekly basis teaches members of the Trump cabinet the bible.Yes. Khun Drollinger did also find out that world has been put together within 6 days by God himself. I would suggest with the help of Caterpillar and General Electric but there we are.

The Untited States of America are currently ruled by a laughable gang of morons. There are no words to describe the full desaster. I still like the US and therefore I am deeply sorry for anybody who has to live there.

 

PS: As I am talking about spreading homosexuality I recommend  St. Drollinger immediete action by using  his holy influence to withdraw the current US ambassador in Germany as soon as possible. A man whose name is Richard Grenell and an insult to all the fine Gentlemen who have been here before. Nothing to do with his sexual orientation but his brain died long ago.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Is WHO compromised? Yes. But its corruption is also being used as a fall guy to cover up our (America's) fuck ups. We haven't relied on WHO for shit in the past. America has always had its own agencies, health and otherwise, that have more than served us with advance warnings, etc. Did we rely on WHO for all the prior outbreaks (SARS, MERS, Ebola, H1, etc.)?  

The real truth is we fucked up. The real truth is there is so much animosity between both parties its paralyzed things. The real truth is Trump sees things through 'pro or never Trumper' lense for EVERYTHING. It could be a circular argument. Is there a strong never Trumper sentiment out there? Definitely. Won't disagree with that at all. Is the environment created by his actions? Depends on which side of the ideological spectrum you fall on. 

I don't see Italy, Spain, Korea, Iran, blaming WHO or focusing on WHO. WHO has never been who (no pun intended) any nation relied on for advance knowledge on diseases. Its almost always been seen as resource to support policy or where to direct resources for the future. 

The big takeaway I got from this is that the various leaders of major countries are NOT working together. Why isn't the G8 or the UN security council or the G20 convening by video and coming up with a plan that they can work together on? Where is America's leadership? Why isn't Putin, Xi, Trump, Johnson and others having their lieutenants if not themselves working on areas they can share info, etc. ?

It's an every country for themselves environment. The only ones that seem to be sharing info and knowledge are the doctors and the masses. There is a profound and disturbing lack of leadership at the very top globally. We are all connected economically and electronically. Even if America reduces the cases to zero, the economy won't fully recover if the rest of the world is in a depression. We aren't a fish bowl. Neither is China. We (community of nations) may not like each other but we all need each other. That's a fact. We need to act like it. 

 

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As for China, the country with zero transparency. I've never ever believed their numbers. Never. Always thought with as much certainty I can without the real numbers it was in the tens of thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of hospitalized. You don't put up as many hospitals as you can every 10 days for 3,000 dead. They have had floods, and natural disasters that have killed far more. If anything this should expose China as a government you can't trust if it wasn't obvious before. 

Okay, their numbers are faked, and faked badly. We still need them to provide their findings. Doesn't matter right now, right now the free exchange of any and all information regarding to Covid19 overrules any other issue. 

Right now global cooperation is the only way to combat it. 

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On 4/4/2020 at 2:29 AM, Coss said:

And because religion - https://edition.cnn.com/videos/us/2020/03/18/coronavirus-social-distancing-church-police-orig-jk.cnn

Apparently people still go and congregate and rub each other, in the name of God - see video at link

 

Stay safe folks  :beer:

 

 

There is a much stronger drive than religion ... sex! The Thais are having problems trying to reign in the backpackers and sex tourists, which is why the 10pm curfew went into effect in Bangkok. The Thai language papers report booze and pot parties being broken up almost regularly.

p.s. There were no infections in the far south, until large groups of Muslims from Pattani went to huge prayer gatherings in Malaysia and brought it back with them. Now the southern border provinces are getting hit hard with it. Inshallah ...

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One death, total hits 2,000

One man died and 89 more caught the coronavirus disease over the past 24 hours, raising the total to 2,067 cases and 20 fatalities, according to authorities.

Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin, spokesman for the government's Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, said the new death was a Thai man, 72, with chronic diseases.

Of the total cases, 612 people had recovered, said Dr Taweesin. 

Of the new 89 coronavirus infections, 31 were in Bangkok, 13 in Nonthaburi, eight in Phuket, five each in Chon Buri and Pathum Thani, four each in Samut Prakan and Narathiwat, three in Songkhla, two each in Yala and Suphan Buri and one each in Surat Thani, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Samut Sakhon, Trang, Tak, Ayutthaya and Lampang.

Bangkok had the highest number of cases with 980, followed by Nonthaburi (128), Phuket (107), Samut Prakan (93), Chon Buri (59), Yala (52), Pattani (44), Songkhla (37), Chiang Mai (33), and Pathum Thani (28).

https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/1893055/one-death-total-hits-2-000

 

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Thai returnees told to report for state quarantine

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered 152 Thais who landed at Suvarnabhumi airport on Friday afternoon and refused to enter state quarantine to report themselves before 6pm on Saturday so that they can be put into state facilities.

A total of 158 Thais — 103 from Japan, 11 from Qatar and 44 from Singapore — landed at the airport at 1pm on Friday, Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin, a spokesman for the government's Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, said today.

But only six of them agreed to be sent to a place prepared by authorities, which is a hotel in Bangkok.

The remaining 152 refused to cooperate, saying they had not been informed about it in advance, and left for home.

After a meeting on Saturday, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration decided to put all of thses returnees in state quarantine.

They must contact the Emergency Operation Centre (EOC) at Suvarnabhumi or the Damrongtham Centre in their provinces.

Dr Taweesin stressed the government had their personal information and could track them down and warned about legal action.

He also urged people close to them to self-isolate for 14 days.

Thais in transit to return home should also contact Thai embassies for advice and they must agree to be put in state quarantine once landing, he said.

The commotion at the airport on Friday occurred mainly because of the transition of rules.

The group consisted of Thais who were able to fly home because they had obtained all the necessary documents — fit-to-fly certificates issued within 72 hours before boarding and letters from embassies confirming they are Thai nationals seeking to return home — when they boarded planes.

Gen Prayut announced on Thursday evening all travel to the kingdom by both Thais and foreigners would be banned until April 15, effective immediately. After that period, he said all arrivals must be quarantined at state facilities.

As a result, when this group of Thais landed and were told they must be quarantined at state facilities, they protested, reasoning they had not been informed beforehand by Thai embassies that this was part of the requirements.

While recognising the importance of quarantine, they assumed they could do it at home. Some even claimed to have already booked hotel rooms for the purpose.

The Foreign Ministry on Saturday denied it did not follow the government's order by enabling this group to return home, saying the prime minister’s announcement came after the embassies already issued the letters for them.

Ministry spokesman Cherdkiat Atthakorn said that after Gen Prayut’s announcement banning all travel to Thailand on Thursday, the embassies stopped issuing the letters and shut down the online application for the purpose.

He added several Thai embassies also informed in their announcements that Thais returning home would be quarantined at state facilities for 14 days without exception. The online form Thais abroad used to apply for the letters also mentioned the quarantine.

Authorities have prepared facilities in Sattahip and two hotels in Bangkok for state quarantine.

As a result of the confusion on Friday, the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand issued an announcement a few hours later temporarily banning all passenger flights from landing in Thailand until Monday to prevent further problems. It took immediate effect.

The exceptions are state or military aircraft, emergency landing, technical landing (with no disembarkment), humanitarian aid or medical and relief flights, repatriation and cargo aircraft.

Passengers on aircraft leaving other airports before the announcement took effect shall come under the communicable disease and the state of emergency laws. They must be quarantined for 14 days.

A military source said Maj Gen Kosol Choojai, who was in charge of the EOC at Suvarnabhumi and allowed the 152 passengers to go home, was replaced by Gen Paripat Palasin. The major general will face a probe for his handling of the situation. 

 

https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/1893095/thai-returnees-told-to-report-for-state-quarantine

 

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