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First COVID Delta+ case found in Thailand, no cause of alarm – DCD


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4 hours ago, webfact said:

no cause for concern over its severity, drug or vaccine resistance as the disease being closely monitored,

Hallelujah .

 

We will all be save and closely monitored as well ...

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Thailand !! TEST , TEST , TEST !!!

Thailands covid policies, Vaccination policies and testing policies are absolutely crazy and a failure !! 
start bringing in more worthy vaccines , Start ramping up testing.

HOPEFULLY THERES A LESSON LEARNED HERE FOR FUTURE DISASTERS !! 

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Feels like we're in the rinse/repeat cycle?

 

Hopefully continued vaccinations/boosters can hold this AY variant at bay.

 

But this feels eerily similar to the Songkran epoch.

 

 

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Its now accounting for over 10% of all cases in England........................

 

This week's http://covid19.sanger.ac.uk update: AY.4.2 continues slow climb in proportion: 9.7% in England in our most recent two week average, just over 10% if you look only at the most recent week of data. Another week consistent with small, but real, growth advantage

 

https://twitter.com/jcbarret/status/1452608971353821189

 

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Not often we get to follow a story from Patient Zero; first one in Thailand. I wonder where PZ came from, which country, how long PZ been in Thailand, why wasn't he caught prior to boarding the plane. Who else has PZ been in contact with, did they catch Delta+ ? Lots of details need to be given out; wonder if they will be. Of course PZ has to be a farang.

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