100k/mo still seems a lot if you aren't paying for housing
Take away my mortgage and car insurance here in Vancouver and I probably spend 50k/month
And that's with going to nice dinner once/with
Ordering takeout a fair bit
Meeting friends for beers
I agree with the vaccines but lockdown on a long way didn't work as we can see in the studies of this countries like Australia and by the way only very rich countries can afford a long lockdown because you need a huge amount of money to manage that. 3rd world countries cannot afford it or they would die of starving . A bad example is also Thailand the borders are locked since march 2020 and still not able to offer everywhere vaccine walk ins, useless apps and registration hoops and still making it to a struggle to get a jab. Anouncements and then arriving there and the vaccine out of stock and no staff who can answer when it will avaiable, etc etc. After so much time to prepare it us unbelievable not get it fixed and especially when the economy and people struggeling because of it. They talking about vaccine passports but not even able to offer enough vaccines to reach 50% vaccination rate. People who get the astra have their 2nd shot 3 month after I saw personally the papers they got. If everybody who get a shot now has to wait minimum 3 month how ridiculus is it to demand vaccine passports or certification from people?! And with waiting 3 month for the second shot how they wanna come over 50% of vaccinated people or they count only the first shot and trick the statistics.
I'm absolutely petrified of snakes, even your story freaks me out
And that's a major concern of mine when/if we ever move to Thailand
I'm also worried about any dogs I will have and snakes if we let them out in the yard
Today, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation reported 13,256 new Covid-19 cases and 131 deaths. Since April 1, in the latest wave of the virus in Thailand, the CCSA has reported 1,495,750 Covid-19 infections. In the 24-hour period since the last count, the CCSA recorded 13,829 recoveries. There are now 128,367 patients being treated for Covid-19. Out of the new cases, 478 were found at correctional facilities. Tens of thousands of inmates at Thailand’s overcrowded prisons and detention centres have tested positive for Covid-19 over the past several months and new cases have been reported on a daily basis.
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