Yesterday morning, an octogenarian who was Covid positive was discovered dead on a Bangkok street. This marks the 4th time someone was found dead on a Bangkok street. The 80 year old’s body was located near the Victory Monument at 7:30 am. Nearby vendors spotted the man’s body and then alerted health officials. At first, the man’s cause of death was unknown. However, medics from the Ramathibodi Hospital as well as rescue staff got to the scene and used a rapid test on the man. They learned the man who died on a Bangkok street had Covid. It is not […]
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Then you might as well share the link to the updated article. And I still have to point out that there appears to be ambiguity about which meta-analysis we are talking about. The article published by FLCCC and Dr. Kory is not a meta-analysis. It is a simple literature review, pastime fun. Therefore it also bears zero scientific weight because it is not a scientific study.
The only relevant meta-analysis that I could find is later article by a different group of people, although they credit the article by Dr. Kory as "inspiration" to their own work. Link to that meta-analysis article is included in my previous post.
The only foreigners permitted to stay for longer than 90 consecutive in the Country and therefore subject to 90 day reports would be those with a long stay Visa type or those on annual extensions of stay.
Tourists are not permitted to stay more than 90 consecutive days under normal circumstances.
With the Covid situation, tourists can apply for 60 day Covid extensions. They must do so every 60 days and are only permitted to stay for 60 days. For each extension the applicant confirms his address, so in effect every 60 days and no further requirement to confirm his place of residence.
The numbers in bkk will slow down because of the restrictions,but the problem is the other provinces, the numbers will continue to rise because of less restrictions,only seems logical what the next step should be. Also the number of test are so slow in Thailand, 8 million done 60+ million to go.I am beginning to question if the Thai goverment is to fully blame for the lack of vaccines,i am reading so many reports of vaccine companies being to blame for not delivering the vaccines as they promised ,now i feel to be fair i don't want to put all the the blame on the goverment, in saying that they have still not handled the restrictions nationwide enough sooner and delayed opening Thailand which i think they should never had contemplated until it was safer to do so.
I guess i am just tired of all this B.S like everyone else and wish to get back to normality again.
higher number, of infected and dead people, in any countries
= more people not believe anymore, what news, youtubers, etc. say.
finally, governments and all they, do something good.
take way any trust of people and
make sure, most people are and know,
be infected of not wanted restrictions. :)
same for climate topic. more rain, or to same time in world,
= less people believe, i am guilty by co2.