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Phuket Public Health strictly following measurements to prevent monkeypox


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By Goong Nang(GN)

 

Phuket- The Phuket Provincial Public Health Office is strictly following measurements to prevent monkeypox.

 

The Phuket Provincial Public Health Chief Doctor Kusak Kukiattikoon told the Phuket Express, “No Monkeypox has been found in Phuket or Thailand at this stage.

 

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We have strictly followed measurements of people who arrived in Phuket from other countries. Monkeypox is similar to chickenpox which is a group of smallpox. The infection is caused by close contact.”

 

Full story: https://thephuketexpress.com/2022/05/26/phuket-public-health-strictly-following-measurements-to-prevent-monkeypox/

 

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If Thailand get rid of 75% of all the monkeys the thread is is almost nihil... Overpopulation at the the temples and with no natural enemies they still breed and breed.. Kill them to control the number, because too many means not enough food and as we could see this week the attack students in schools to get something to eat

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3 hours ago, RandiRona said:

Keep an eye on ladyboyz if you want to control monkeypox.

If I look at a ladyboy my missus gets really pi$$ed at me for the rest of the day.

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1 hour ago, ikke1959 said:

If Thailand get rid of 75% of all the monkeys the thread is is almost nihil... Overpopulation at the the temples and with no natural enemies they still breed and breed.. Kill them to control the number, because too many means not enough food and as we could see this week the attack students in schools to get something to eat

Monkeys and Soi dogs... off-limits.

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