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Two Bodies Found on Bangkok’s Streets Confirmed with Covid-19


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BANGKOK, July 21 (TNA) – Two of four bodies, found lying on streets in Bangkok last night were confirmed with Covid-19.

 

The three bodies were found in Phra Nakhon district and two tested positive for Covid-19. The Covid-19 test result has not come out for the other one.

 

Full Story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news-743551

 

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Kary Mullis, the nobel prize winning inventor of PCR has said that a PCR test ... "If you do it well, you can find almost anything in anybody... and it doesn't tell you that you are sick or

Another story to increase the hysteria of a disease. 

But either way, dying on the street unable to get medical treatment (I assume) is reminiscent of pandemics earlier in history, and not the sign of a country that is offering an adequate health package

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5 hours ago, gk10012001 said:

How long can the virus be detected or accurately tested for in a dead body? 

Why does it matter?

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5 hours ago, gk10012001 said:

How long can the virus be detected or accurately tested for in a dead body? 

yes, cant wait to know that.....

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1 hour ago, nobodysfriend said:

This sounds already like in India a few weeks ago ...

If they cannot manage to control this very soon , they con say bye bye to tourism at all .

Still plan for opening ?

What con be done wrong , will be done wrong ...

( Murphy's law ? )

they dont care... still have their salarys.....

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1 hour ago, wavodavo said:

Yes I agree. the poor buggers probably cant afford to see a doctor or be admitted to hospital so when they get sick they just lay down and die. .... very sad

Seeing a doctor costs 30 baht. If they can't afford that to possibly save their life then - well, I don't believe that. More likely they were afraid to seek help as they were scared of hearing the truth. Not at all unusual.

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2 hours ago, Benmart said:

Another story to increase the hysteria of a disease. 

600,000++++ Americans were unavailable for comment...and now we are in the Delta upswing due to lack of that "hysteria"......as I carry the burden of the Unvaxxed

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6 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

I'm actually surprised there have not been an outbreak of oxygen wars and accusations of the rich getting oxygen at the expense of the poor. Going to get very bad in the coming few months

The rich probably own all the oxygen so will hike the price and get richer.

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