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The public relations department posted a reminder on their Facebook page today of the 4 main measures the government is focusing on after reopening Thailand to international tourism at the beginning of last month. The post on the PR Thai Government Facebook page reiterates the criteria they laid out in November using the acronym VUCA to keep the reopening safe and successful. The Department of Disease Control had created the VUCA plan – which stands for Vaccine, Universal Prevention, Covid-Free Setting, and Antigen Test Kits – to lay out the 4 main steps that must be taken to safely reopening […]

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In better news today, Singapore scientists have devised a rapid antigen saliva test that is 97% accurate and gives a result in 15 minutes. It could be in production by March. Rapid and accurate testing would be an absolute game changer! Those who have the virus are detected early and can then get the care they need. Those who don't have the virus can get on with life. Think about it...rapid and accurate testing can really change the way we handle this virus.

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