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Stefan

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  1. I get it, democracy is important. However the country is still in a much greater crisis. I would postpone all activities until vaccination is successful.
  2. Not really surprising. Same for my (German) Government. they stop caring somewhat once you are overseas...
  3. I think we need to get a dual system. 1) Government provides vaccines to those in need for free at public hospitals, vaccination centers etc. 2) Private hospitals provide vaccines to those who can and want to pay , free market rules apply For my job, I need to travel worldwide without restrictions, so I need a vaccine that is EMA or US CDC approved.
  4. About 20 years ago I had a run in with a couple dogs on Phuket. Driving on my small motorbike, I believe it was a Honda Excel, I was attacked by two vicious dogs. Trying some defensive moves the dogs retreated. Unfortunately in the process the bike tumbled and my mother who sat on the back of the bike, bless her, and I landed on a pebble road. Luckily only minor scrapes and bruises were sustained. Judging by the pink dresses these two poodles wore, I believe they actually belonged to someone and were not strays. Seriously, dogs can be very dangerous for motorbike drivers. Always wear a helmet and try to drive sensibly.
  5. Yes, excellent summary. What Thailand needs now is vaccinations! and open up again soonest a reasonable percentage is reached, not before!
  6. I believe Thailand's numbers looked good for so long, because not many tests were made. We rank at about 140 for tests per 100K people.
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