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Sangkhla Buri district in Kanchanaburi enters 14 day lockdown


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The Sankhla Buri district in Kanchanaburi, a western Thai province is locking down for 14 days and people are ordered to remain at home from 10 pm to 4 am to help prevent Covid outbreaks. The order was signed by Governor Jirakiat Phumsawat, who also acts as chairman of the provincial communicable disease control committee. Other restrictions include barring the transport of all kinds of goods going through the Three Pagodas Pass checkpoint until July 22. However, businesses that have already signed contracts for purchases or the transport of goods before the order came out are grandfathered in. Further, flea […]

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6 hours ago, kmc said:

i wonder how to people feel about this.  it's basically a flu-like illness for those under 70

And premature death for those over 70. So that’s ok then is it? Fu*ks Sake. Unbelievable 

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