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Offline Johnnie F.

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Number of confirmed cases per province
« on: March 26, 2020, 07:22:14 PM »
The website Thai Enquirer keeps an updated list of the number of infections per province. According to that Korat has just 6 now. But who knows the real figures? How many are waiting for their test results, and how many suspected are waiting to be tested, and how many are infected without showing symptoms severe enough to go and see the doctor? How many are afraid of getting a positive result, and be outcasted etc.?

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Re: Number of confirmed cases per province
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2020, 08:06:19 PM »
The website Thai Enquirer keeps an updated list of the many are afraid of getting a positive result, and be outcasted etc.?

fleeing the scene you mean - on there way to West region  :o
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The website Thai Enquirer keeps an updated list of the number of infections per province. According to that Korat has just 6 now. But who knows the real figures? How many are waiting for their test results, and how many suspected are waiting to be tested, and how many are infected without showing symptoms severe enough to go and see the doctor? How many are afraid of getting a positive result, and be outcasted etc.?
Health officials also revealed that Thailand is likely to experience a further spike in cases due to improvements in the testing process, more testing kits being available. interesting article here as we are led to believe the old are more vunerable. And while it is true that the elderly and sick remain most at risk, many more younger people in Thailand have been confirmed as having the virus.

According to data released by the Ministry of Public Health’s Department of Disease Control, the average age of COVID-19 patients in Thailand is 40 years old.
Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.

 



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