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The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration has warned that the easing of restrictions could lead to a surge in infections in the coming weeks. Spokesman Taweesin Visanuyothin says that if the public gets complacent, mid-October could see infections shoot up again. According to a Thai PBS World report, the doctor has voiced concern after seeing crowds of people at the entrances to shopping malls, waiting for them to open. Taweesin says that such situations present an ideal breeding ground for the virus and that this could be reflected in a surge in infections over the next 2 weeks. According to […]

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11 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

According to a Thai PBS World report, the doctor has voiced concern after seeing crowds of people at the entrances to shopping malls, waiting for them to open.

Like outside the vaccine centers?

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This could just be a preview of Prayut not giving up the Emergency Decree, for all the hot air we've heard over the last few days.

Even without it, the measures they are now talking about; fully vaccinated to even enter a mall or restaurant will make things not much different than they are now.

They'll be unlikely to lift the congregation or alcohol ban, so what will the difference be if they do away with the old rules, just to give us new rules that look like the old rules?

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I was initially thinking of visiting in February of next year. Now I am thinking of not considering a trip until June of next year.

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1 minute ago, Lawyers_Guns_and_Money said:

I was initially thinking of visiting in February of next year. Now I am thinking of not considering a trip until June of next year.

Depends on what you are planning to do here. Once the rules ease, you'd be fine for a hiking or beach holiday. Probably no better time then now with peace and quiet. If you're hoping to meet people to socialise, have a nice drink and join the evening/nightlife that you know from before, you may well want to postpone longer. I'm convinced that's not going to return for years.

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1 hour ago, Thaiger said:

he Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration has warned that the easing of restrictions could lead to a surge in infections in the coming weeks.

"Could" should be changed with 'Will"

Be careful out there.

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10 minutes ago, Lawyers_Guns_and_Money said:

I was initially thinking of visiting in February of next year. Now I am thinking of not considering a trip until June of next year.

2023 might be a better plan 

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1 hour ago, Thaiger said:

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration has warned that the easing of restrictions could lead to a surge in infections in the coming weeks. Spokesman Taweesin Visanuyothin says that if the public gets complacent, mid-October could see infections shoot up again. According to a Thai PBS World report, the doctor has voiced concern after seeing crowds of people at the entrances to shopping malls, waiting for them to open. Taweesin says that such situations present an ideal breeding ground for the virus and that this could be reflected in a surge in infections over the next 2 weeks. According to […]

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I continue to regard it as criminal if they ease the rules with low numbers of protection by vaccination, as easing is always and everywhere followed by "going nuts to the max".

Not to be disparaging, but the normal Joe in the street hasn't got even a hint of a clue about what we discuss here in detail and just (mostly) follows the rules.

Part of the government's job is to protect its people. They need to vaccinate. Nothing else until that is completed to a high degree.

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2 hours ago, Thaiger said:

Spokesman Taweesin Visanuyothin says that if the public gets complacent,

So it's all going to be "the public"'s fault?

What a surprise .....😠

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3 hours ago, Thaiger said:

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration has warned that the easing of restrictions could lead to a surge in infections in the coming weeks.

The CCSA has not said what INFECTIONS ….. massage with happy ending may not be happy for some.

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2 hours ago, Bob20 said:

Part of the government's job is to protect its people

I think that is unfortunately the only thing they have done. Wink wink.

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3 hours ago, Lawyers_Guns_and_Money said:

I was initially thinking of visiting in February of next year. Now I am thinking of not considering a trip until June of next year.

I admire your optimism.  I've just cancelled December 2021, February 2022 looks doubtful, July for CM and Samui looks like a maybe. I'm growing tired of having to talk to my daughter on Skype or Line. Good luck.

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1 hour ago, AdvocatusDiaboli said:

The CCSA has not said what INFECTIONS ….. massage with happy ending may not be happy for some.

The 'Happy Endings' are predominantly for the ex pats, zimmer frames, grey hair or balding with no regular partner. A little stereotypical but in the main, accurate. For those feeling it has hit a raw nerve, don't get paranoid. It's the primate mentality in most of male humans.

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Just now, Guevara said:

The 'Happy Endings' are predominantly for the ex pats, zimmer frames, grey hair or balding with no regular partner.

So CCSA has nothing to worry about, as not many infections then 😊

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5 minutes ago, Guevara said:

I admire your optimism.  I've just cancelled December 2021, February 2022 looks doubtful, July for CM and Samui looks like a maybe. I'm growing tired of having to talk to my daughter on Skype or Line. Good luck.

Really sorry to say this.

With the lack of good quality vaccines and the total inability to manage an effective vaccination program late 2022 early 2023 might be a decent bet. 

Just my opinion of course.

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