at thanksgiving dinner one year at my sisters house with her very far left female friends I was asked what is it like to live in Thailand? without skipping a beat I said in a completely serious way "It's great. I have my own death camp near the Myanmar border. It's a short drive from my house."
later one of the husbands pulled me aside and asked me what it was really like living in Thailand. He looked so miserable i did not have the heart to tell him.
To coincide with the Smart Entry scheme for public safety, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has opened the Covid-19 vaccine registration for Thais and non-Thais aged 18 and up. The programme will deliver the first dose, as well as the second and third doses. From now on, registration will be done through the QUEQ application. Those who intend to vaccinate in a group (of 10 or more people) can fill out a form using the QR code. Those who are unable to register through the app may do so at the immunisation site in Din Daeng, Veth Sports Building 2, Bangkok […]
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Thailand’s Public Health Ministry says the public shouldn’t panic over the emergence of the Omicron Covid-19 variant. Dr Kiattiphum Wongrajit says the ministry is monitoring the situation and on alert for possible Omicron cases. Meanwhile, people should continue to observe existing disease prevention measures. “The departments of Medical Sciences and Disease Control have been tasked with monitoring the new variant closely and communicating with the public regularly to ease their concerns. Meanwhile, all provincial public health offices must follow the VUCA measures – vaccination, universal prevention, Covid-free setting, and use of antigen test kits. These measures should especially target priority […]
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