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CCSA proposes extending Thailand’s State of Emergency for another 2 months


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Thailand’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration is proposing an extension of the nationwide Emergency Decree for another 2 months. At a meeting today, the CCSA and Public Health Ministry noted that it may take until the end of July to bring the latest Covid wave under control. The last declaration of a State of Emergency has been in place since March 2020 and was set to expire at the end of May as the government can only declare the status for up to 3 months at a time. Now, as Thailand’s third wave of infections has proved the most damaging, […]

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A clip from the main Thaiger report reads 'Thai citizens can avail of 3 channels to register for the Covid-19 vaccine rollout when the mass vaccination campaign starts'. I think my highlighted words pretty well define the do-nothing but talk a lot modus-operandum of this shower of a government.

And now we have the CCSA wanting a further2 months of dictatorial ED control, just days after Prayut - he who knows best about everything - suggesting that the governors of Red, high-risk provinces consider lifting the lockdown restrictions.

Proof, yet again that Thailand's top power possesses the free-for-all mentality of a child, who, when shown a lolly-pop nods his head excitedly and tosses the bamboo chew out the pram . . . it's he himself who needs ED control.

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