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Tomorrow the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration will hold a general meeting to consider possible colour zone adjustments and additional disease control measures for the country. The CCSA meeting will be chaired by PM Prayut Chan-o-cha and will discuss all areas of pandemic management. According to the Government House, the 3 primary topics of tomorrows meetings will be continuing and revising Thailand’s vaccine allocation and distribution plans, assessing disease control measures throughout the country, and revisiting and adjusting what provinces are assigned which colour-coded Covid-19 restriction zone. The Ministry of Public Health will propose an updated list of which provinces […]

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Why after almost 2 years is the issue of migrants, legal or illegal only now being discussed? For most of this year large outbreaks all over the country have been blamed on migrant workers and yet only now is it seen as important. The government is always way behind the curve in identifying the real causes of the Covid emergency in Thailand, preferring to get uptight about a small number of tourists rather than the hundreds of thousands of migrants from neighbouring states. It seems like this country is run by wholly unrealistic individuals who prefer their own agendas rather that adopting rational policies.

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9 minutes ago, Pompies said:

Why after almost 2 years is the issue of migrants, legal or illegal only now being discussed? For most of this year large outbreaks all over the country have been blamed on migrant workers and yet only now is it seen as important. The government is always way behind the curve in identifying the real causes of the Covid emergency in Thailand, preferring to get uptight about a small number of tourists rather than the hundreds of thousands of migrants from neighbouring states. It seems like this country is run by wholly unrealistic individuals who prefer their own agendas rather that adopting rational policies.

Yes you said yesterday and the day before and the day before that and  ............

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9 hours ago, MikeW said:

Maybe these unemployed Thai people should be doing those jobs 

Thais have to be paid correct wages, therefore too expensive to employ, more profit for the boss with migrants. It's all about money.

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