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  1. Yea much better to let them rely on food hand outs by charitable people, this is not the US or UK where there have been good schemes in place to help.............jeeez
  2. Phuket health authorities are reporting 149 new local cases , no cases from the Sandbox and one death. There are 2,871 patients in care . The #PhuketSandbox has had 154 cases since 1st July https://twitter.com/ThaiNewsReports/status/1449523468995727364
  3. Chonburi Public Health Office is reporting 389 new cases today (the lowest since July) and three deaths. Most new cases are in Chonburi City (68), Si Racha (107), and Bang Lamung/Pattaya (69). There are 8,012 patients in care https://twitter.com/ThaiNewsReports/status/1449522806551552001
  4. UPDATE: 10,863 confirmed cases, 4,125 probable cases (ATK), and 68 deaths (1.02%). Out of 107,790 patients , 41,189 are in hospital, 56,703 in hospitel and 7,972 in home/community isolation. 2,820 in a serious condition (-25) with 658 on ventilators (-10) https://twitter.com/ThaiNewsReports/status/1449538403368726529
  5. PCR test positive cases, total of 10,863 official new infections, with 64 of those from prison and 10,799 from the community. 68 official covid deaths recorded. Rapid tests positive cases, 4,125 bringing the unofficial total to 14,988 https://ddc.moph.go.th/covid19-dashboard/ Rolling 7 day average (up to 16th Oct) which includes prison cases and bar chart of community cases from daily official announcements. https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirus/country/thailand
  6. Southern surge in COVID-19 cases sees daily cases jump by 20% on Friday as doctors issue warning New outbreak comes as Bangkok is preparing ‘swab hubs’ to cater for a strong inflow of foreign tourists from November as Thailand ramps up its reopening process. Thai public health officials are warning the public to still exercise caution as the country’s overall vaccination rate has not yet reached the targeted 70% of the population nationwide particularly with the popular Loy Krathong Festival due in mid-November. Thai officials are working to confront an escalating outbr
  7. The Education Ministry announced on Saturday that as of Thursday, more than 864,000 students in the 12-18 age range had received one jab of the Pfizer mRNA vaccine. Though the Royal College of Paediatricians has advised that boys aged 12-16 be only given one jab to prevent the risk of myocarditis or heart inflammation, the Public Health Ministry is reconsidering this advice. “The ministry will next Wednesday discuss whether boys in the 12-16 age group should get a second jab,” deputy government spokesperson Ratchada Thanadirek said. “Hopefully we will have a conclu
  8. I wonder how many of these are suffering with long covid, the symptoms can be very nasty. The Thai government is carry out a survey currently The mystery of how long Covid damages our memory In the 16 months since Chrissy Gibson was diagnosed with Covid-19, she has had to re-learn many aspects of her life. How to walk, how to talk, how to live. She is one of the millions of long Covid patients, who despite no longer testing positive for the virus, continue to have life-altering side effects like memory loss. https://www.bb
  9. DDC has urged the public to be aware of their safety when attending funeral ceremonies, as they have a high risk of creating new clusters of #COVID19 infections. From 21 September to 7 October 2021, there were 838 people infected with the disease from attending funerals. https://twitter.com/prdthailand/status/1449306622363193350
  10. Our daughters school (International) opened 2 weeks ago to normal levels, all year groups attending from pre-school (3 y/o) to year 13 (17-18 y/o). Over 800 students, rapid test once every two weeks. All went well and great to see them all back rather than online learning. They are off next week for half term then return after that. (Phuket). All other Int schools here also opened, around 6 of them 2 weeks ago. No cases been reported as far as I know.
  11. 4th lot of AstraZeneca doses donated by Japan lands on Thai soil The fourth lot of 385,210 AstraZeneca vaccine doses donated by Japan landed in Thailand on Friday night. The Foreign Ministry said Japan has given Thailand more than 2 million doses of the vaccine so far. The vaccine donated to Thailand was produced in Japan. https://www.nationthailand.com/in-focus/40007590
  12. As of the 14th Oct the vaccination coverage (double dosed) for: Pattanai = 22.3% Narathiwat = 23.8% Yala = 31.5% Songkhla = 32.8% Low I think as they were not targeted as tourist destinations https://covidtracker-th.netlify.app/
  13. You forgot to add the under reporting of deaths. around 16,000 for the month of August, around 9,000 in September, its yet to update for Oct https://ourworldindata.org/excess-mortality-covid
  14. Thailand to ramp up vaccination in four southern provinces to contain Covid-19 Thailand’s Public Health Ministry is to ramp up vaccination in four southern provinces - Yala, Pattani Songkhla, and Narathiwat - to contain the surge in Covid-19 cases. Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said the ministry will to distribute 1 million doses of Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine to the four provinces this month. "A total of 400,000 doses of vaccine is scheduled to be delivered next week while another 600,000 doses by end of the month,” he told rep
  15. More whack a mole going on: Chonburi Governor orders more Covid-19 related temporary targeted closure of work camps and construction sites in Banglamung and Sattahip The Chonburi Governor, Phakkhrathon Thianchai, has announced the temporary closure of work camps and construction sites in Banglamung and Sattahip. The order was posted by the Chonburi Public Relations office today. The orders conclude, “Many Covid -19 confirmed cases were being found at work camps and construction sites in Banglamung and Sattahip district.” “In order to control the
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