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Good Morning Thailand | Phuket murder arrest, Covid wave peaked? | August 9


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Plenty of weekend news following the arrest of a suspect in the murder of the 57 year old Swiss woman in Phuket. Covid numbers may have peaked as the heavy restrictions start to reap rewards. The Tokyo Games are over… did anyone notice? Jay and Tim get to your comments, and what do you think about the new T-shirts? Thanks to our sponsors, “Shamhala” https://boatpattana.com/project/shambhala-grand-villa-en/

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peaked ? it only just started,with no mass vaccine available its now in the lap of the gods,it will take another year to achieve 70% herd immunity.l suggest the current government should start prioritize, how to support its people and businesses for the coming year,because there no catch up or fix available 

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