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The south of the country has been struck by a wave of Beta variant Covid-19 infections, after a cluster first discovered in a school spread to 402 people. The Beta variant, originally known as the South African variant, gives health officials greater cause for concern as studies show it may be more resistant to vaccines. According to the Bangkok Post, the cluster of infections was first reported on June 9 in a school at the Margaz Tabligh preaching centre in the southern province of Yala. Since then, it has spread to 402 patients across 12 provinces. Apisamai Srirangson from the […]

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30 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

According to Apisami, around 4,000 people make up the Margaz religious community, which includes around 500 students from 17 provinces. They frequently come together for social gatherings, including meals in which utensils and trays are shared. They also perform religious ceremonies in which facemasks are not worn. However, she adds that the Eid festival next month will go ahead,

Great, let's all work together on this... Religulous ?

Is this the end of the phuket sandbox?

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I always admire this country ability to trace all sources and movements of COVID infected people throughout the country. If they could only stop the spread of stupidity,

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"The Beta variant, originally known as the South African variant, gives health officials greater cause for concern as studies show it may be more resistant to vaccines."

I dont understand what they are worried about.  there's no vaccine down here.

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1 hour ago, SpeedosFlashTrader said:

I dont understand what they are worried about.  there's no vaccine down here.

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