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Anutin: "They" may have stopped wearing masks but Thais are still "naa rak" for keeping them on to prevent disease


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3 hours ago, webfact said:

And he he has said in pointed comments that "people in other places" may not be wearing them but Thais still were.

Correction. People in parts of Bangkok are. In much of the country they've largely gone and have been for a while now. Even in BKK there are less and less in some back street areas. Off the main roads of Chinatown for example, younger people seem to have dumped masks. 

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