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The Philippines reported 28,007 new Covid-19 cases in a single day, three times bigger than Thailand’s number yesterday, reaching over 3 million in total since the pandemic began in March 2020. A total of 52,511 patients have died so far. The Southeast Asian country’s hope to end the pandemic is now long gone, despite its vaccine efforts, following the uptick in recent Omicron cases and the deadly Delta variant. According to specialists, the Philippine government recorded 181,016 active cases as of January 11—an undercount since Filipinos struggled to get testing while having Covid-19 symptoms. Since fully vaccinated people were also […]

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The media has only 2 options when it comes to covid reporting...

  • Report number of cases (what doesn't matter) 
  • Report number of deaths (what actually matters)

Since deaths have drastically fallen, and since the overlords want to maintain fear, the only thing that is ever reported is number of cases (this is akin to the number of common cold cases or cases of athlete's foot).

— Wake up sheeple —

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23 minutes ago, kmc said:

The media has only 2 options when it comes to covid reporting...

  • Report number of cases (what doesn't matter) 
  • Report number of deaths (what actually matters)

Since deaths have drastically fallen, and since the overlords want to maintain fear, the only thing that is ever reported is number of cases (this is akin to the number of common cold cases or cases of athlete's foot).

— Wake up sheeple —

But what will the ambulance chasers find to comment on without Covid? Oh, wait a moment -  road deaths, I forgot. 😃

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53 minutes ago, kmc said:

The media has only 2 options when it comes to covid reporting...

  • Report number of cases (what doesn't matter) 
  • Report number of deaths (what actually matters)

Since deaths have drastically fallen, and since the overlords want to maintain fear, the only thing that is ever reported is number of cases (this is akin to the number of common cold cases or cases of athlete's foot).

— Wake up sheeple —

You should be happy here in Thailand then, the Govt don't test so they don't have to count, they do (I hope) count the deaths so you can give Pnut and Co a 5 star report.😅 

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1 hour ago, Poolie said:

But what will the ambulance chasers find to comment on without Covid? Oh, wait a moment -  road deaths, I forgot. 😃

Or the proverbial suicides and Ya Ba overdoses. 🤫😉

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