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Healthcare worker pleads with PM to set up “war room” to manage pandemic


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A healthcare worker at the Thammasat University field hospital in central Thailand has urged the Thai PM to set up a “war room” for daily Covid-19 meetings. In a Facebook post, the unnamed medic pleads with the PM to hold daily meetings with his ministers in order to stay on top of developments and deal with issues immediately, as opposed to online meetings every Tuesday and working from home. According to a Thai PBS World report, the healthcare worker goes on to ask if any government official has ever met with frontline medical staff working tirelessly on emergency wards, to […]

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No worry  the self announced Czar says it will be all over in two to tree weeks  maybe 4. 

He has totally lost the grib at this point but there is a lot to blame for the disaster  e.g the approximately 700.000 working in the health care system. 

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3 minutes ago, ozz1 said:

war room and all the generals can show off there medals together

A army who shoot on their own people and who never were in a war. The Japanese needed 24 hours and they surrendered. 

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Nice sentiment from this medic, but the reality is that it would take weeks for them to agree who should attend, and who should sit where.  Then they will conduct a gabfest of polite conversations with all attendees agreeing what is being done is the best thing possible to be done and ..............  Best that I end that rant there. 

I think that the medic and other staff should be pushing for their own group to be formed made up of front line medical staff - and hopefully they will speak out and suggest ideas. Then take whatever ideas are generated and agreed, and then present them to the PM. 

The PM could also take that approach - ask them to convene such a committee made up only of front line staff - no management - no politicians - no officials.

Best I wake up now.  

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