The experience of this virus is now clear that it’s 99.9% airborne transmission. Outside dinning, swimming pools, golf courses and other outdoor activities such as being on the beach present a very very small risk. I think barber shops and salons are more of an issue given the enclosed spaces and recirculated air through air conditioners. Bars are a trickier one as although many are outside and hence “safe”, social distancing and general carful behaviour tends to go out of the window as the alcohol flows.
It’s a total nightmare and the sad part is that there is little end in sight. A further mutation or two could put the whole world back 12 months. We need to control the chances of transmission and hence chances of mutation as soon as possible. Wealthy countries are being short sighted not to get vaccines out to everyone. The U.K. is already talking about a thirds booster jab for the more vulnerable starting in September. The plan is to give Pfizer as a booster to people who have had two doses or AZ as Pfizer is more effective against the Delta variant. In my view we should be giving those booster doses to other countries now.
A broken arm and a broken chin are serious injuries, but quite a bit less severe than what you’d expect to get after falling off a building. Yet that’s the entirety of the injuries sustained by a man in Pattaya after plunging 4 stories off an area roof. The 38 year old man had been on top of a residential building in Naklua in order to clean the roof some time before 4 pm on Thursday afternoon. He had been cleaning a tile area and lost his footing on the presumably slippery tile and stumbled over the edge of the […]
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