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Emergency Operations Centres have been set up across 50 districts of the capital Bangkok to put in place strict measures for Covid-19 in order for the public to celebrate New Year’s Eve, Permanent Secretary Kajit Chatchavanich told the media yesterday. According to Kajit, the centres will have measures in place to promptly screen and isolate infected patients, as well as a database system that would send information 24 hours a day. District offices will keep a tight eye on New Year’s celebrations and events, notably at restaurants that are authorized to sell alcoholic beverages until 1 a.m. on January 1. […]

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1 hour ago, AlexPTY said:

First we create a problems, then we try to overcome it. Typical army mentality 


At least it's consistent:

  • First we announce a new or changed rule. Then, once everyone is sufficiently confused, we'll start by improvising a bit and eventually we'll actually think about details.
  • First we release an app/website (as soon as the last line has been coded). Once social media posts become embarrassing, we'll announce that the problems have already been fixed and were minor anyway. Finally, we'll start fixing the most talked about screwups.
  • First we keep urging the public not to panic. Once that mission is accomplished, we ourselves will panic.


  • Haha 1
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