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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post
    That would be great, actually! The news is coming in thick and fast today, if I understood the TV correctly then all bars are also now closed for a month. That is certainly going to put a dent in most of the cities social life and I also feel for my local friends who work in bars, they will be going without pay for a month. As I see it life is still pretty decent for me, I'm glad I don't work for the main competitor of my school - they might be made redundant at the end of March.
    Didn't think of that. Bars are a perfect storm for something like this, and though Chinese tend not to frequent the public ones it needs just one tainted farang to do the honours, and from there the system starts creaking.

    Can't start to imagine the consequences, both local and national, but at what point would bars be ordered to close in Thailand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Or that people writing the lists are making assumptions, just like you.
    The people I work for don't make assumptions. There is lots of money at stake you oaf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happynz View Post
    "I didn't know Mike Pence. Never a fan of Pence. MAGA!"
    To be fair, he hasn't thrown Jared under the bus despite his woeful failures . . . yet
    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Upto until the 70's Australians referred to themselves as Pom's.
    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    833 of 1,848 members tested - thats 45%

    Just what the Hell do they practice at that church, spit swapping?

    Guess it beats drinking Kool-Aid or riding comets...

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    It's funny listening to baldy orange cunto talking how "ready" the US is.

    For a start you have 82 million with no or inadequate health care in a country whose healthcare system is ranked 27th in the world.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bowie View Post
    833 of 1,848 members tested - thats 45%

    Just what the Hell do they practice at that church, spit swapping?

    Guess it beats drinking Kool-Aid or riding comets...
    Who knows with these sects??? They have created a massive problem in Korea by refusing testing and spreading it all over the country...




    'Superspreader' in South Korea infects nearly 40 people with coronavirus | Live Science

    This is old news, the numbers are much higher.


    So, I was talking to the wife about the woman who refused testing, the super-spreader, and:

    The wife says: "Is she dead already?"
    I say: "The mortality rate is low, so why should she be dead?"
    She says: "Because lots of people want to kill her... "

    A typical Thai conversation, I thought...
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    How do I post these pictures???

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    It's funny listening to baldy orange cunto talking how "ready" the US is.

    For a start you have 82 million with no or inadequate health care in a country whose healthcare system is ranked 27th in the world.

    Damned cunto. Why not to have somebody else who can surely do better (for the American people)...

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    ^^ Ranked last among wealthy countries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Damned cunto. Why not to have somebody else who can surely do better (for the American people)...
    Can you read he made no comparison... Oh wait no you cant..

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    All Peace Corps being evacuated this week. Now as serious as this sounds it is more due to the fact that the suspension of flights to countries outside of Mongolia limits medical evacuation choices, so they seem to be playing it extra safe. That said, I can't help but feel I should put things in piles in case I need to leave in a hurry. Like Bettyboo, I am supposed to be signing a contract this week, but I guess that is going to be delayed. If it carries on like this I might have to take a break with my studies, as the last module requires research in my place of work. Time for a walk and clear the mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happynz View Post
    You obviously didn't watch Trump's presser, Dave.

    Transcript of Trump's bullshit...
    "I don’t think it’s inevitable, it’s possible, it’s probable. Small level or large level. Best people in the world, best prepared people. Ready, Willing and Able, a term we use. Very well under control. It may get bigger, it may get a little bigger.”

    Good grief...
    The good thing about covid-2019....Trump will not get re-elected.
    This will finally break his back. The Democrats are too dumb to get rid of Trump due to their incompetency.
    Looks like Mother Nature will fix the problem . The irony is unbearable
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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    with no or inadequate health care
    how many will be forced into bankruptcy when they are unable to pay 3k for a mandatory test which their insurance will not cover ?



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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Can you read he made no comparison... Oh wait no you cant..
    What a fucking retard.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post
    All Peace Corps being evacuated this week. Now as serious as this sounds it is more due to the fact that the suspension of flights to countries outside of Mongolia limits medical evacuation choices, so they seem to be playing it extra safe. That said, I can't help but feel I should put things in piles in case I need to leave in a hurry. Like Bettyboo, I am supposed to be signing a contract this week, but I guess that is going to be delayed. If it carries on like this I might have to take a break with my studies, as the last module requires research in my place of work. Time for a walk and clear the mind.
    Mate for most people it's just a cold. Unless you are over 70 just soldier on.

    They will appreciate your loyalty I'm sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
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    Yea . . . so, how's your German fluency these days? .
    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Upto until the 70's Australians referred to themselves as Pom's.
    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    Germans are greedy, arrogant and dumb. No need to point the finger on the Chinese.
    Here in Germany you will not catch the virus if you fill out your papers correctly

    ITB Berlin changes rules due to COVID 2019

    ITB changed access requirements due to Coronavirus



    The safety of our visitors is our highest goal. This is a known phrase often used when there is nothing else to say. 100,000 travel professionals from all corners of the globe are ready with tickets in hand to fly to Berlin and attend ITB 2020. Some already said they canceled, but the investment to exhibit at ITB is tremendous. Money talks for many exhibitors and it appears the City of Berlin cannot afford to write off such an event. Berlin owns the majority of Messe Berlin.

    Today ITB put new rules in place to “secure” the safety of their visitors, exhibitors, and staff.
    While events get canceled in many European cities, including Frankfurt and Cologne, the German Capital Berlin shows resilience. The founder of the tourism resilience movement the Hon. Minister of Tourism from Jamaica, Edward Bartlett is staying safely home because to attend parliamentary meetings.
    Mohammed Hersi, Chairman of the Kenya Tourism Federation has a reminder stating on Twitter: Cost-benefit analysis, better off postponing the fair to a later date. Can you imagine all those delegates running such a risk-taking back the virus to their hotels & firms they run in their country? This is the creme de la creme of global tourism. Not worth the risk even for Berlin . UNWTO please take notice. While crowds are being discouraged in many places ITB will bring together the who is who in world tourism. Corona is not a terror threat that you can physically mitigate.
    ITB Berlin issued this statement:

    As We have been instructed by the local public health authorities all exhibitors at ITB Berlin are required to fill out a declaration. This declaration is a condition for access to the exhibition grounds and serves to identify persons belonging to a COVID 19 risk group.

    The risk group criteria are as follows:
    A recent stay in one of the risk areas as defined by the Robert Koch Institute (within the last 14 days):
    China: Hubei Province (including the city of Wuhan) and the cities of Wenzhou, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Taizhou in Zhejiang Province.
    Iran: Qom Province
    Italy: Province of Lodi in the region of Lombardy and the city of Vo in the Province of Padua in the region of Veneto.
    South Korea: Gyeongsangbuk-do (NorthGyeongsang Province)

    The list of risk areas is being regularly updated by the Robert Koch Institute. Updates can be found on their website
    Visitors meeting the following condition will not be permitted:

    • During the last 14 days contact with persons who have tested positive for infection with SARS-CoV-2.


    • Any signs of typical symptoms, i.e. fever, coughing or breathing difficulties.


    • Anyone belonging to the risk group or who refuses to fill out the declaration will not be admitted to ITB Berlin.

    This is a precautionary measure in order to protect those participating in ITB Berlin and the public in general. The Federal Ministry of Health and the Robert Koch Institute have assessed that the health risk in Germany remains low (cf. www.rki.de).

    Currently, no restrictions on entry to Germany have been imposed on Chinese, Asian or Italian citizens. The decision was taken at an extraordinary meeting of the council of EU health ministers that still applies. Accordingly, before arriving in EU countries air travelers may be asked if they have been in coronavirus-infected regions or have come into contact with infected persons.
    We regret any inconvenience caused. However, the safety and health of all visitors and exhibitors at ITB Berlin has the utmost priority for us, and we are following the instructions of the relevant public health authorities to ensure that.

    For that reason, in order to protect exhibitors and visitors, our cleaning and disinfection measures will remain in place. All participants are also advised to observe the hygiene measures recommended by the Robert Koch Institute: regular and thorough washing of hands, as well as avoiding coughing, sneezing and shaking hands.

    Let’s hope everyone will fill out their declaration truthfully. The German Federal Minister of Health Spahn doesn’t want people to worry saying, we’re prepared. After he said this 2 more cases of the virus came about in Germany.
    ITB Berlin changes rules due to COVID 2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post

    We had a visitor yesterday (not sure what it actually does...):



    Where is Mr Sausage now with his 'predications'???
    You didn't ask ? Would be interesting to know, anyone?

    Looks like Mr Sausage got ....

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    TWO new cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed in the UK after they caught the deadly bug in Italy and Tenerife.
    A parent at a primary school in Derbyshire is 'confirmed' to be one of two new people to contract Covid-19 leading the school to close.
    Pupils at Prince George and and Princess Charlotte's school have self-isolated after returning from Coronavirus-hit northern Italy.
    Follow our coronavirus live blog below to stay up to date with the latest news and updates.


    • 6 Minutes Ago27th February 2020GP SURGERY MINUTES AWAY FROM SCHOOL WITH CORONAVIRUS PARENT SHUTS
      Buxton Medical Practice, just a two minute drive from Burbage Primary School where a parent was diagnosed with coronavirus has shut its doors.
      In a statement the GP surgery said: “We have a confirmed case of coronavirus, we are liaising with Public Health England the CCG to ensure all appropriate actions are taken.
      “Please do not come to the practice.”

    • 16 Minutes Ago27th February 2020EUROPEAN COMMISSION INJECTS 94M INTO WHO CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE PLAN
      The European Commission has earmarked €114 million for a coronavirus response plan, organised by the World Health Organisation.
      The Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan will hand money over to health bosses in Africa, and funds will also be channelled into developing diagnostics and treatment.
      Millions were also set aside to cover repatriation flights.


    • 27 Minutes Ago27th February 2020SAUDI BANS MECCA PILGRIMAGE
      Saudi Arabia has BANNED the holy Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca in a bid to stop the spread of deadly coronavirus.
      Foreign visitors will not be able to visit the holy city, Muhammad's Mosque and the Kaaba and those from affected regions will not even be able to enter the kingdom.
      Officials say the unprecedented move is just temporary, but Muslims around the world are worried the move could affect the annual Hajj pilgrimage later this summer.

    • 36 Minutes Ago27th February 2020CORONAVIRUS SPREADS FASTER THAN SARS AND EBOLA
      A new animation capturing the frighteningly fast spread of coronavirus shows how the killer flu outpaces past deadly epidemics.
      t shows that initially, the Covid-19 outbreak was slower than Ebola, swine flu and SARS – which is also a type of coronavirus.
      However, 41 days into each respective outbreak, Ebola had infected 243 people, 520 had been sickened with swine flu and 3,600 had SARS.
      By comparison, the new coronavirus outbreak had more than 41,700 cases worldwide by Day 41.

      The animation, created by production company Abacada, was uploaded to YouTube on February 12.
      Since then Covid-19 cases have risen to more than 82,000 globally with 2,800 people dying from the illness.
      The new virus is part of the same family of coronaviruses as both SARS and MERS.
      By the time SARS was contained in May 2004, it had claimed the lives of 774 people and sickened 8,098 – a mortality of 10 per cent.
      Meanwhile, there have been a reported 2,518 MERS cases with 866 deaths since its emergence in 2012 with a mortality rate of 34 per cent.
      The video also compares the new coronavirus to the Ebola outbreak which hit West Africa in 2014.

    • 46 Minutes Ago27th February 2020YET ANOTHER BRIT SCHOOL SHUT AFTER PARENT DIAGNOSED WITH CORONAVIRUS
      One of the two new Brit coronavirus cases is a parent at a Derbyshire primary school.
      Burbage Primary School in Buxom has shut its doors, warnings parents and pupils over Whatsapp last night to stay away.
      The school will now undergo a thorough deep clean in a bid to halt the bug's spread.
      Burbage Primary School's head Anthony Tierney said: “We are shut, it is just a precaution. I can’t say anything more at the moment.”

    • 52 Minutes Ago27th February 2020PUPILS AT PRINCESS CHARLOTTE & PRINCE GEORGE'S SCHOOL IN SELF ISOLATION
      A number of students at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's kid's school are undergoing self-isolation after coronavirus fears.
      Four pupils from Thomas's Battersea are currently in quarantine while they wait for test results.
      They were told to self isolation after returning from a trip abroad.
      The school is one of more than 40 affected by coronavirus.


    • 1 Hour Ago27th February 2020TWO NEW CASES OF CORONAVIRUS IN UK
      Two more people have tested positive for coronavirus in England with 15 now infected with the deadly bug.
      The two coronavirus patients have been transferred to two specialist treatment centres in London and Liverpool.
      England's Chief Medical officer, Chris Whitty said the virus was transferred after they came into contact with it in Italy and Tenerife.
      It comes as the UK government braces for more cases to emerge.

    • 19 Hours Ago26th February 2020BBC'S NICK ROBINSON TESTED FOR KILLER FLU AND C4'S JON SNOW IN ISOLATION
      The BBC's Nick Robinson has been tested for coronavirus, while Channel 4 newsreader Jon Snow is in isolation after they returned from Vietnam and Iran.
      Nick Robinson faces a 48-hour wait in quarantine as he awaits test results.
      And yesterday Snow announced he would be in isolation after reporting in Iran – which has had the highest number of virus deaths outside of China.
      He said he wasn't showing any symptoms but had taken the precaution to stay in self-isolation to be safe.

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    Southeast Asian States Worry About Their Citizens, Sources in Virus-Affected Countries



    Prime Minister Hun Sen called on China Wednesday to airlift raw materials to Cambodia to keep the garment sector in the country working through the coronavirus epidemic that has stifled industry and travel around the region.


    Hun Sen’s appeal, made at a speech in the presence of China’s ambassador, came as Southeast Asian countries continued to struggle with the impact of the COVID-19 sickness on their economic ties with China and the thousands of citizens living there or in coronavirus-hit South Korea.


    Cambodia, whose textile sector gets some 60 percent of its inputs from China, could leasing aircraft from Phnom Penh's airport to help transport raw materials if China agreed, Hun Said said at a speech to open a highway.


    “We could rent the cargo planes from Cambodia to transport raw materials from China,” he said.


    “It could help the survival of our workers who are facing the loss of their jobs due to the factories being shut down, because of the raw materials shortage,” he said, speaking in the presence of Chinese Ambassador to Cambodia Wang Wentian.


    Wang gave no reply.


    On Monday, Hun Sen unveiled plans to give tax breaks to garment factories, as well as other subsidies from the national budget.


    He proposed paying workers 40 percent of the current minimum wage for up to six months in the event that production is suspended, while the government provides workers an additional 20 percent of the minimum wage over the same period.


    Some factories in Cambodia have decided to suspend their workers for a short time due to the materials shortage and the effect of the Covid-19 in China.





    In Vietnam, meanwhile, the country’s national steering committee for COVID-19 prevention and control called for a quarantine on all Vietnamese people returning from South Korea, , which the largest national total of COVID-19 anywhere outside China, where the virus first emerged.


    The Vietnamese Health Ministry has mandated that all passengers coming from coronavirus affected areas be quarantined for 14 days.


    The Vietnamese government -- which estimates that there are some 200,000 Vietnamese people living, studying or working in South Korea – has ordered the ministries of education, training and labor to provide lists of students, laborers and others from Vietnam who reside in South Korea.


    Vietnam’s Ministry of Labor said Monday it was working on a plan to bring home about 20,000 Vietnamese overseas laborers in affected areas like Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.


    The ministries were also told to spread the word to citizens with relatives living in South Korean to avoid travel to other areas in South Korea. Vietnam has imposed strict controls at border gates and airports on travelers from or through the infected areas and repatriated Vietnamese would have to undergo a 14-day quarantine.


    On Tuesday, Ho Chi Minh City Chairman Nguyen Thanh Phong said an outbreak would catch the city of 9 million people without enough doctors or nurses.


    He told state media that city’s hospitals can hold only 900 patients, while if the 322 communes or districts in the city had just three infected cases each, it would mean that nearly 1,000 patients would require quarantine and treatment. These requirements would exceed the city’s pool of available medical personnel, he said.





    In Myanmar--which has millions of its citizens living outside the country in Thailand, China, South Korea and Japan—there is rising concern about the coronavirus, even though the country has not had a case.


    On Tuesday, State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi said that her government aimed to evacuate the Myanmar citizens who has been stranded in China and want to return to Myanmar. It was not clear when this would happen, amid airport closures, quarantines and other travel restrictions.


    Myanmar migrant worker Than Lay, working in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong, said he was getting by on simple foods, with roads and markets near him closed.


    “I’ve relied on a small food stall in the neighborhood for my daily meals,” he told RFA’s Myanmar Service.


    “We can’t have a decent meal since the markets are closed. We have only dried rations like rice, cooking oil, salts, eggs and seasoning. We don’t have fresh meat and fish now,” added Than Lay, who is one of an estimated two million Myanmar nationals living in China.


    Similar restrictions were affecting many of the 50,000 Myanmar expatriates in South Korea, said Win Myint Oo, a Myanmar resident of Seoul.


    “It is almost impossible to get out of Seoul for now since there are blockages. Very few people go out and don’t go to the crowded places,” he told RFA.


    Zeyar Tin Win Htin, a Myanmar diplomat working in South Korea, said his office was scrambling to help migrant workers keep their papers in order amid the epidemic.


    “As for our embassy, we have been providing services related citizenship, such as the extension of passport or certificate of identification,” he said.

    Southeast Asian States Worry About Their Citizens, Sources in Virus-Affected Countries

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    All schools in Japan told to close until April over virus outbreak

    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday asked all elementary, junior high and high schools nationwide to close from Monday through the students’ spring break, which typically ends in early April.


    “Efforts have been made to prevent the spread of infection among children in each region, and these one or two weeks will be an extremely critical period,” Abe told a meeting of key Cabinet ministers on the coronavirus outbreak crisis.


    “The government attaches the top priority to the health and safety of children, among others,” he said.


    Later Thursday, the health and welfare ministry said Abe’s request does not apply to day care centers for children and after-school facilities for elementary school students.

    MORE All schools in Japan told to close until April over virus outbreak | The Japan Times

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    2 cases reported in Roi Et. Quarantined in 2 seperate hospitals.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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    Word of warning don't inform any people you have contracts or that you've been in Asia.

    Just been in informed by one of them,I can't do any work for them for 16 days. ferking scaremongering pricks.

    Take it those sensors don't work that they inspect you with.
    Last edited by Chico; 27-02-2020 at 08:19 PM.

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    Hard to believe but there's been a village meeting in the next village concerning an elderly couple who've just returned from Japan. General consensus of village is that they need to be locked up in their house for a couple of weeks. Strangely no one mentioned them going to the local clinic, which is actually very good, the clinic that is.

    I sense the sweet aroma of panic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    Strangely no one mentioned them going to the local clinic, which is actually very good, the clinic that is.
    They don't need to go to the clinic if they haven't got any symptoms of corona, but they should avoid meeting other people during the incubation time which is two weeks.
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