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2 hours ago, anchadian said:

Chonburi Public Health Office is reporting 973 new cases today and 12 deaths. Most new cases are in Chonburi City (226), Si Racha (241), Bang Lamung/Pattaya (124), and Sattahip (119). There are 13,609 patients in care #COVID19 #โควิดวันนี้ #Thailand

 

https://twitter.com/ThaiNewsReports/status/1438289481677737984

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Further details:

https://thepattayanews.com/2021/09/16/chonburi-new-and-confirmed-cases-of-covid-19-rise-to-973-with-12-deaths/

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PCR test positive cases, total of 13,897 official new infections, with 394 of those from prison and 13,503 from the community. 188 official covid deaths recorded.    Rapid tests positive cas

Around 9,000 excess deaths in Thailand  during July. A figure to compare to around 3,000 registered Covid-19 deaths during this period. I guess some posters will explain the gap by suicides committed

Scandalous for a country that is buying billion dollar subs from China and seeks to bail out its national airline in $12b debt.

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2 hours ago, TooMuchTime said:

Woah anyone notice Thailand's 7day case count trend is following every single other country out there and also represents a bell curve?  I think we can use this to predict then cases will bottom out.

Different patterns of descent after a Delta wave —None have come back to baseline —Some are heading back up (the original notion of a full, quick descent seems to be, for the most part, an illusion)

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https://twitter.com/EricTopol/status/1437113690810056706

 

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An off topic post about "A fully vaccinated woman visits Mississippi and dies of covid" has been removed as well as the replies.  This topic is about:

 

Thailand reports 13,897 new COVID-19 cases, 13,527 recoveries and 188 deaths

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35 minutes ago, dinsdale said:

It would be nice to see some chart in relation to deaths due to the Delta variant. I think this might show a different story in relation to other countries.

The unfortunate reality is that since 1st April there have so far been 14,953 deaths from covid and Thailand has a long way to go yet on that.🙁

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38 minutes ago, dinsdale said:

It would be nice to see some chart in relation to deaths due to the Delta variant. I think this might show a different story in relation to other countries.

You “think” it “might” 

 

Feel free to post the chart to show the “different story”

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UK Apr 1, 126,800 deaths. Sept 15, 134,647. An increase of 7,847. Thailand Apr 1. 94 deaths. Sept 15 14,765. An increase of 14,671. This reflects Delta fatalities.

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Chiang Mai, Thailand's gateway to the north, struggles in absence of international tourists

 

Chiang Mai, Thailand (CNN) — Prior to the pandemic, Chiang Mai received around four million international visitors a year, according to Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) figures.

 

But the economic effects of Covid-19 on this tourist city and province of the same name in northern Thailand have been nothing short of devastating, with many travel-related businesses closing and thousands of people losing their jobs.

 

https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/chiang-mai-thailand-pandemic-tourism-cmd/index.html

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33 minutes ago, coolcarer said:

It would also be useful to get their parents vaccinated, too many have already died leaving orphaned children in Thailand, thousands of them.

My wife was vaccinated via the school who were helping the parents get the jabs (AZ)

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2 minutes ago, RichardColeman said:

My wife was vaccinated via the school who were helping the parents get the jabs (AZ)

I might be wrong but I think I rememder it being said that all students would be vaccinated by the end of September with Pfizer. I wonder how that's going.

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1 hour ago, dinsdale said:

It would be nice to see some chart in relation to deaths due to the Delta variant. I think this might show a different story in relation to other countries.

Should also have data of the age groups of those infected.

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3 minutes ago, Pattaya Spotter said:

Recoveries matching new cases...looking good.

Thats completely irrelevant 

Both new cases and recoveries.

 

What matters are hospital ICU cases / deaths.

 

 

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The country will be opening possibly in October or it could be November or maybe even in December.

 

The Nation: Thailand is not ready to reopen the country on 1st October as the Covid-19 vaccination rate has not yet reached a safe level, Siriraj Hospital’s dean of the Faculty of Medicine said, suggesting that the reopening be postponed to 1st November

 

https://www.nationthailand.com/in-focus/40006223

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At long last, there is some recognition from the Authorities that " Long Covid " exists in Thailand.

However, the exact percentage of people who have Long Covid after their initial Infection seems to have eluded the Department that made the statement.

Acording to them between 10- 20 % of those infected now have long covid.

It seems that research is not their thing, so they pluck numbers friom thin air to publish.

Just a tad amatuerish.

 

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3 hours ago, TooMuchTime said:

So with asymptomatic cases, ATK tests, and lack of testing, you think the true covid case count is significantly higher?  What about the death count?  Does this mean the death rate is actually lower??

No.

Case count at least x10. Not a big deal, just some tinpot governments with little willies have an issue showing the ACTUAL high figures. 

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4 hours ago, Bkk Brian said:

PCR test positive cases, total of 13,897 official new infections, with 394 of those from prison and 13,503 from the community. 188 official covid deaths recorded. 

 

Rapid tests positive cases, 1,768 bringing the unofficial total to 15,665

https://ddc.moph.go.th/covid19-dashboard/

 

Rolling 7 day average (up to 14th Sept) which includes prison cases and bar chart of community cases from daily official announcements.

https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirus/country/thailand

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When countrys give travel restrictions to their citizen's, they watch 7 day average number/ 100000 people. If i remember correctly that magical number is 200/100000! Soon Thailand has just "manage" situation when magical number has drop under 200 before October! This post is not conspiracy post or is it.......?

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4 hours ago, anchadian said:

Phuket health authorities are reporting 244 new local cases , two cases from the Sandbox and three deaths. There are 3,549 patients in care . The #PhuketSandbox has had 93 cases since 1st July #COVID19 #โควิด19 #โควิดวันนี้ #Thailand

 

https://twitter.com/ThaiNewsReports/status/1438289691485167616

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Details of the 3 deaths :

 

“The deaths were all over 60 years old and the youngest was a 61 year old man fully vaccinated with AstraZeneca though he suffered from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The other two deaths were unvaccinated: an 81 year old man with high blood pressure, heart disease, and lung cancer, and an 86 year old female living in a high-infection area with renal failure.”
 

https://thethaiger.com/news/phuket/3-deaths-and-2-sandbox-covid-19-infections-today-in-phuket

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1 hour ago, Bkk Brian said:

Different patterns of descent after a Delta wave —None have come back to baseline —Some are heading back up (the original notion of a full, quick descent seems to be, for the most part, an illusion)

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https://twitter.com/EricTopol/status/1437113690810056706

 

looking at reported cases can be a bit misleading and not show the true 'curve'.  no country is able to report an accurate number of their cases each day, month, etc...  deaths is a more accurate measure, while those can be hidden, still more accurate than trying to chart cases.  the death charts for india and indonesia both look alot like thailand although thailand has only just turned down.  i'm sure people will say india hid their deaths and that may be true but it just means the bell type curve went up higher, still came crashing down after a fairly short period.  these things tend to last 2-3 months.  i have seen a few from last winter that lasted longer and did not crash down, more gradual (italy for example, 4-5 months).  so there are outliers. 

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17 minutes ago, Kadilo said:

Details of the 3 deaths :

 

“The deaths were all over 60 years old and the youngest was a 61 year old man fully vaccinated with AstraZeneca though he suffered from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The other two deaths were unvaccinated: an 81 year old man with high blood pressure, heart disease, and lung cancer, and an 86 year old female living in a high-infection area with renal failure.”
 

https://thethaiger.com/news/phuket/3-deaths-and-2-sandbox-covid-19-infections-today-in-phuket

I think you not make this kind post if victim's are ( new born, healty 5 years old and sporty 15 years old).Anyway they not say sawadee to nobody anymore! RIP

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Phuket hospital claims success with subcutaneous injection of AZ as booster

The Vachira Phuket hospital has claimed successful experimentation with subcutaneous injection of AstraZeneca vaccine, as a third booster dose for people already inoculated with two doses of Sinovac vaccine. Used subcutaneously, a single dose of vaccine can be given to five times as many people as an intramuscular injection, and with slightly higher antibody levels.

 

https://www.thaipbsworld.com/phuket-hospital-claims-success-with-subcutaneous-injection-of-az-vaccine-as-booster/

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9 minutes ago, 2 is 1 said:

I think you not make this kind post if victim's are ( new born, healty 5 years old and sporty 15 years old).Anyway they not say sawadee to nobody anymore! RIP

Agreed, because the chances of that happening are extremely rare. 

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