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9,658 new Covid-19 cases and 84 coronavirus-related deaths were reported today by the CCSA. In the 24-hour period since the last count, the CCSA has reported 8,526 recoveries. There are now 99,144 people in Thailand being treated for Covid-19. In the latest and most severe wave of the virus in Thailand, the CCSA has recorded 1,856,110 confirmed Covid-19 cases. Out of the new cases recorded today, 218 were found in correctional facilities. Tens of thousands of inmates at Thailand’s overcrowded prisons and detention centres have tested positive for the virus over the past several months. More information and provincial totals […]

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Increase in numbers for the past two days, is this the next wave?

Interesting that every daily report mentions the prisons, blame the bad guys.

(Suppose a letup of blaming Farung should be appreciated.)

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8 minutes ago, palooka said:

Increase in numbers for the past two days, is this the next wave?

Interesting that every daily report mentions the prisons, blame the bad guys.

(Suppose a letup of blaming Farung should be appreciated.)

It's pretty hard to belive the numbers.. the death rates have been dropping which is a good thing as long as they are accurate.

the pcr testing is the only recorded numbers as was posted on the thaiger about doctors complaint '10k daily positive atk tests were not recorded'.. 

So difficult to say if another wave without total numbers of combined tests.. some people here have atk's just to see if they are positive then just isolate themselves rather than informing the local authorities.. 

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1 hour ago, palooka said:

Increase in numbers for the past two days, is this the next wave?

Interesting that every daily report mentions the prisons, blame the bad guys.

(Suppose a letup of blaming Farung should be appreciated.)

I notices in past few weeks that people relaxed all covid control measures, there are many crowds, people not wearing masks and so on... increase in numbers should be expected. As soon as government announced Nov 1st opening, we became "opened" instantly. It's a good warm-up before real opening or whatever it's called now

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When deaths reduce 2 or 3% it's widely reported as a decrease, yet when the numbers go from 57 to 84 (47%) there's hardly any comment... 

Perhaps the government could explain whether it's expected and acceptable? How many excess deaths do they think they can justify from the money they hope to get, before properly protecting their people?

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