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Today, the CCSA reported 9,122 new Covid-19 infections, down 989 since yesterday. They also reported 71 new deaths, which is up by 8 from yesterday. Since April 1, when the most recent wave of infections began, there have been a total of 1,802,934 reported cases of Covid-19 in Thailand, with 18,407 deaths.     Today the Thai Department of Disease Control also reported a total of 10,731 recoveries, which is up by 119 from yesterday. There are now 105,546 people receiving medical treatment for Covid-19 related issues. The total cumulative number of vaccinations in Thailand as of today is 65,592,321. […]

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All this nonsense over a 1% (probably less) fatality rate. You can be sure that a great many of minor or even "not knowing" Covid cases have gone unreported. You can also be sure that almost every Covid death, and maybe more have been reported as a Covid death. All this adds up to a less than a 1% fatality rate in Thailand. More than 99% of people in Thailand who get Covid, recover. Just using their own numbers and some realistic logic.

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Where are the daily provincial totals? Can’t see the point in changing the reporting method at this late stage

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4 minutes ago, Freeduhdumb said:

Still doesn't come close to the top killers in Thailand... this gross over reaction to a mild killer in Thailand is now a very real tragedy. 

https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/leading-causes-of-death-in-thailand.html

What I find odd is that even the professionals in the healthcare industry have no apparent concerns about catching cancer in it's early stages. I'm along in my age and when I asked the doctor for a PSA test, she asked why? As if it's stupid to try and detect something before it becomes terminal. Likewise, my wife (Thai) is getting up in years and just can't seem to grasp the importance of annual female examinations including a mammography. If I hadn't pushed her over the past several years, she would have gone without. SMH

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11 minutes ago, Blogosopher said:

What I find odd is that even the professionals in the healthcare industry have no apparent concerns about catching cancer in it's early stages. I'm along in my age and when I asked the doctor for a PSA test, she asked why? As if it's stupid to try and detect something before it becomes terminal. Likewise, my wife (Thai) is getting up in years and just can't seem to grasp the importance of annual female examinations including a mammography. If I hadn't pushed her over the past several years, she would have gone without. SMH

"Healthcare" for anything other than emergencies has long been a real tragedy. Doctors have been maneuvered into being mere technicians and promotors of sickcare and not real healthcare. It's a for profit medical industrial complex funded by the Pharmaceutical giants. Doctors are mere drug pushers and rarely take a wholistic approach to human  healthcare.

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2 hours ago, Blogosopher said:

What I find odd is that even the professionals in the healthcare industry have no apparent concerns about catching cancer in it's early stages.

What you are describing are deaths by omission... let's take a look at deaths by commission. 

Just in the U.S. ONLY... 225,000 deaths per year by Doctors. What is that number for the entire world? How may die from doctors in Thailand? This isn't hyperbole... this is the facts. Within the posted blog is the Journal of the American Medical Association citation as evidence this is a fact. 

And here we shut down the entire world for "cases" of a new flu, of which the majority are asymptomatic. With many of those taken to hospitals or camps, surrounded by actual sick people to then likely get sick(this is called nosocomial infections)... this is insanity. As the saying goes... none of this agenda is about our health.

https://foyyousocial.blogspot.com/2013/03/jama-report-doctors-are-third-leading.html

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5 hours ago, Blogosopher said:

What I find odd is that even the professionals in the healthcare industry have no apparent concerns about catching cancer in it's early stages. I'm along in my age and when I asked the doctor for a PSA test, she asked why? As if it's stupid to try and detect something before it becomes terminal. Likewise, my wife (Thai) is getting up in years and just can't seem to grasp the importance of annual female examinations including a mammography. If I hadn't pushed her over the past several years, she would have gone without. SMH

Off topic a little bit as you mentioned it.
 

Perhaps your doctor is like my doctor and understands that a PSA check is not a good way to detect prostate cancer. It’s nothing more than a possible indicator. A high PSA doesn’t mean you have prostate cancer and a low PSA doesn’t mean you haven’t got it. That’s possibly why your doctor is not advising you to get it. Unless you have other symptoms it is not advisable as a routine check and far more useful for checking progress of the cancer once it has been confirmed. If you are concerned or there is a history working your family you are far better getting an MRI scan. Even that though requires a qualified specialist to interpret the scan correctly. 

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