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Vaccines are working but the job is only half-done ahead of Thailand reopening


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48 minutes ago, Petey11 said:

Doctor is delusional saying lower than expected number of infections, tow the government official line or out.

Or give them more rope? We are just being strung along.😄

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Countries that locked down with high vaccination / booster rates have fared worse than those that didn't impose restrictions and still haven't jabbed more than 20% of their population!

 

How does that equal to a great vaccine?

 

The fall out from this mismanagement is going to be immense

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8 hours ago, fondue zoo said:

....Ich verstehe einfach nicht, warum Länder, die mit Omicron überschwemmt sind, Thailand nicht um Ratschläge zur Eindämmung bitten.

 

 

he is good🤣

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17 hours ago, hotchilli said:

So 20% GDP against 80% GDP domestic production

a bit like the tail wagging the dog?

I think tourism is more important to Thailand then they're letting on.

"I think tourism is more important to Thailand then they're letting on."

Maybe that should be changed to "I think money is more important to Thailand than they are letting on".

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17 hours ago, hotchilli said:

So 20% GDP against 80% GDP domestic production

a bit like the tail wagging the dog?

I think tourism is more important to Thailand then they're letting on.

Yep, but that 20% employs a heck of a lot of (voting) people here.

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13 hours ago, ed strong said:

Countries that locked down with high vaccination / booster rates have fared worse than those that didn't impose restrictions and still haven't jabbed more than 20% of their population!

Is the jury out on that yet? Places like Australia and NZ fit that bill and in the case of Oz are now letting omicron run.... infection numbers are peaking on the East coast already. NZ has yet to  open up but omicron running through it is unavoidable. The advantage I see is that omicron is coming up against a highly vaccinated population, and it has already been confirmed that will reap benefits with lower hospitalizations. They missed the worst of the early mutations, like Delta with more severe symptoms.. 

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Don't sgree with half done as the title say. Click bait again? 

I got my booster shot a week ago in isaan, I was early and the place was actually so quiet that I drove over to the hospital and asked if it was moved. Nope, just too early. Went back again and had my free pfizer by 8:30.

 

I asked the nurse in charge and she said. Most in this town have already had their vaccine. I listened to people around me and less than half took their second shot, the rest their third.

 

Sounds much better than half done to me

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