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Anyone know the procedure for entering and leaving the malls? From the vids I have see, you scan a QRcode that sends you to a government website to register. It seemed the site was all in Thai so if you can't read Thai it'll be difficult.

 

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The QR code is basically a location tag. When I went to Fashion Island on Sunday, they used the LINE app to scan me in. When at HomePro you had to scan another QR code, so basically they have an idea where your phone has been at a certain point in time. Tried to log out later, worked at HomePro but not at the mall itself. Apparently it's just linked to some sort of survey which I didn't bother with.

I suspect that if you don't have your phone with you, you just fill in a form with your phone number. 

Will probably try next time with an old dumb phone that doesn't have a camera but still works, just to throw a spanner in the works, so to speak..

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Try as they might, the QR wouldn't work on my phone. Instead, I just wrote my name and phone number of a sheet they had for that (since apparently it wasn't uncommon). Also, at least in the mall I went to (Ngamwongwan), you had to sign again at every shop or restaurant you visited. My impression was so they could locate you, if it turned out some who was infected had been to the mall or shops the same day as you were.

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Are the writing instruments, sheets etc suitably sanitised? Presumably they have hand sanitiser for use prior to signing otherwise... ?

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What happens when a CV+ person visits a mall and 5 days later is diagnosed?  Does everyone in that mall at the same time as the CV+ person have to go into isolation? Since the person may have contaminated the area, does everyone that visited the mall (after he entered)  that day have to isolate? That could be 100's of people, if not a 1000 people.

 

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Yes, but it's a start, you can try to isolate a town or a city and track down each contact and pull the plug on further transmission.

 

Easier in small places like NZ, but with the power of big data base algorithms, doable everywhere.

 

and in Wuhan they're continuing with the goal of total eradication.

 

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Wuhan you say? Are the travel restrictions eased now? Flights resumed?

 

 

 

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