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“Bubble and seal” method to contain outbreaks at factories, keep business afloat


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With a number of Covid-19 clusters at large factories, the Thai government has been working to contain the virus quickly and rollout of vaccinations to the workers to prevent a downfall in the industrial sector. One of the controversial methods of containing the virus is the so-called “bubble and seal” policy at factories where a cluster of infections has been reported, requiring all workers to stay inside the factory for nearly a month. The latest wave of Covid-19, with cases first recorded on April 1 at Bangkok nightlife districts, has spread rapidly in prisons, construction camps and factories. More than […]

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So the ones who are not infected continue to work, but are not allowed to leave.

There is another term for this: Slave Labour!

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There is no need for workers who are not infected with the virus to stay inside the factory, more testing  has to be done.

Living conditions inside factories must be a horror show as they are businesses and not living quarters, no mention of hygiene within the factories.

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