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The military and police are being deployed to seal off nearly 600 construction worker camps in the Bangkok area to ensure the inhabitants don’t leave before their camps are closed. The Thai government has imposed shutdowns on “risky places”, especially worker camps in Bangkok and nearby provinces. Also, 4 southern provinces: Pattani, Yala, Songkhla, and Narathiwat. The shutdown is set to last for 30 days beginning Monday. The move is intended to halt the spread of Covid-19. Around 80,000 workers, mainly migrant workers in the Bangkok area, have to remain in their camps while they are sealed off. However, the […]

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The will not pay them I guaranty it. Or they will pay them if they are bribed.

A Thai wearing a chest full of fake medals is incapable of taking money with his left hand and giving it to a person with his right hand.

He would break his arm, or burst into tears.

As for the food. There has already been a case where they were giving Burmese workers in a camp, worse food than Thais in the same camp.

The food will foul.

A Burmese will say to another, "The food is foul isn't it?" And the other Burmese will say:"Yes and you don't get a lot."

Still all is not lost. The soldiers guarding them will soon take a bribe and the Burmese can escape and go to Burger King.

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Latest news is that 8 soldiers that were guarding them are now infected, and 100 are in the close monitoring list. How much longer before they just use the word on Bangkok that the PM hates to use ………. LOCKDOWN.

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