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    If true I 'suspect' it's because Thailand hasn't a clue who has what outside of hospital surroundings. Imagine being from Myanmar or Cambodia of all places and telling a Thai hospital you have symptoms. They're seen as the lowest of the low by the general public so fear would prevent them from coming forward. Begs the question of how many people have it or have had it that Col. Cuckoo's brigade are unaware of.

    I still can't figure out how so many countries, Asian predominantly, continue to report that the only confirmed cases of Covid-19 come from abroad. Have scientists not identified a pattern between aeroplane grub and the virus yet?

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    Back to the same scenario if no one gets tested here in Thailand then they have no cases.
    Perfect! Ignorance is bliss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAS View Post
    Back to the same scenario if no one gets tested here in Thailand then they have no cases.
    Perfect! Ignorance is bliss.
    Or having been tested and told they have the flu, but not that flu! Surely not?
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    Thailand reports just 1 new infection, a Thai who had recently arrived from South Africa and who was in state quarantine. This is the 27th day without a report of community acquired infection.


    21/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,148
    +1
    72
    +1
    3,018
    +0
    58
    +0
    290,652
    +2,354


    21/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    304,331
    +1,221
    42,632
    +43
    7,890,145
    +175,018


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    We have some very encouraging figures in the UK today, Samsung will be especially pleased to see the UK has finally dropped below the 1000 figure for new infections (958). More importantly the number of COVID-19 related deaths is also a its lowest since March with an encouraging 15 COVID-19 related deaths. We do need to take in to account that these are still 'weekend' figures - but still a great improvement week-on-week.

    Thailand reports 3 new infections, all of whom were in state quarantine. This is the 28th day without a report of community acquired infection.

    Things are not so rosey for the rest of the world. Worldometers report there are now over 9,000,000 COVID-19 confirmed cases around the world. The World Health Organisation has reported a record increase in global coronavirus cases, with the total rising by 183,020 in a 24-hour period. 116,000 of these were were seen in North and South America. The previous record was only 4 days ago when there were 181,232 worldwide infections reported in a single day.


    22/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,151
    +3
    71
    -1
    3,018
    +0
    58
    +0
    290,652
    +1,508


    22/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    305,289
    +958
    42,647
    +15
    8,029,757
    +139,659


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    The UK infection rate improves again, at 847 we remain under the 1000 mark. The death rate, with the 7 days average, continues to reduce.

    Today's figures are below:

    23/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,156
    +5
    75
    +4
    3,023
    +1
    58
    +0
    294,988
    +4,336

    Thailand's new infections are individuals who were in state quarantine.
    This is the 29th day without a report of community acquired infection.


    23/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    306,210
    +874
    42,927
    +171
    8,309,929
    +237,142


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    Public Health England have added a note regarding today's death figures:

    Due to improvements in how the coronavirus death data is processed in England, a further 109 deaths that occurred in April, May and June 2020 have been confirmed in addition to 166 new deaths reported to PHE today. So the cumulative deaths total is 109 higher than if you added the daily figure to yesterday’s total.
    Last edited by Tobias; 23rd Jun 2020 at 16:29. Reason: To add Public Health England notes on deaths data
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    The UK again reports improving figures with new infections well below the psychological 1000 figure. Death rates also continue to reduce.

    Today's figures are below:

    24/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,157
    +1
    73
    -2
    3,026
    +3
    58
    +0
    298,016
    +3,028

    Thailand's new cases were found in state quarantine.
    This is the 30th day without a report of community acquired infection.


    24/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    306,862
    +653
    42,081
    +154
    8,542,186
    +232,086


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    Today's figures are below:

    25/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
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    3,158
    +1
    62
    -11
    3,038
    +12
    58
    +0
    300,278
    +2,262

    Thailand's new case had previously arrived from Egypt and was found in state quarantine.
    This is the 31st day without a report of community acquired infection.

    25/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    307,980
    +1,118
    43,230
    +149
    8,710,292
    +167,023

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    Last edited by Tobias; 25th Jun 2020 at 18:41. Reason: Fixed data
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    Today's figures are below:

    26/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,162
    +4
    64
    +2
    3,040
    +2
    58
    +0
    302,822
    +2,544

    Thailand's new cases were all found in state quarantine.
    This is the 32nd day without a report of community acquired infection.


    26/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    309,360
    +1,006
    43,414
    +186
    8,911,226
    +165,665


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    More improving figures are reported today. The UK again reports less than 1000 new infections whilst Thailand reports no new infections or deaths. The UK death rates continue to head downward.

    Today's figures are below:

    27/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,162
    +0
    51
    -13
    3,053
    +13
    58
    +0
    306,790
    +3,968

    This is the 33rd day without a report of community acquired infection.


    27/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    310,250
    +890
    43,514
    +100
    9,067,577
    +155,359


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    Some sobering milestones have been reached over the last 24 hours, according to worldometers. Test-confirmed worldwide COVID-19 infections have now exceeded 10,000,000. More than 25% of that total is attributed to the USA with some 2,600,000 cases.

    The number of people who have died worldwide with COVID-19 is reported to have exceeded 500,000, again the USA accounts for more than 25% of that figure (128,000+).

    The USA does not appear to be taking this pandemic very seriously, there appears no proper direction from their government, it's almost as if they've buried their heads in the sand telling the world how great they are doing controlling the virus whilst the infection rate is rising at a rate that's higher than their previous peak. The USA represents about 5% of the world's population and yet it accounts for 25% of the number of worldwide infections and 25% of the world's COVID-19 deaths.

    Looking at Thailand and the UK it's good to note both countries report improving figures. For the 2nd day in a row Thailand reports no new infections, and it was 34 days since it last reported a community acquired infection. There have been no reports of COVID related deaths since 2nd June, 26 days ago. Thailand appears to have a grip on this.

    The UK again reports less than 1000 new infections and the trend of those who are dying from COVID-19 continues to head downward. Let's hope as the lockdown continues to ease the rate of infection, and death, continue in the right direction.

    Today's figures are below:

    28/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,162
    +0
    51
    +0
    3,053
    +0
    58
    +0
    306,790
    +0

    This is the 34th day without a report of community acquired infection.


    28/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    311,151
    +901
    43,550
    +36
    9,195,132
    +127,709


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobias View Post
    The USA does not appear to be taking this pandemic very seriously, there appears no proper direction from their government, it's almost as if they've buried their heads in the sand telling the world how great they are doing controlling the virus whilst the infection rate is rising at a rate that's higher than their previous peak. The USA represents about 5% of the world's population and yet it accounts for 25% of the number of worldwide infections and 25% of the world's COVID-19 deaths.
    They could say exactly the same about us.

    When you look at the UK, Spain, Italy and France, between us we are less populated than the States but have had more deaths than them 136,000+ so 25% between 4 European countries. Yet we think its now safe enough to start opening our borders to tourism across Europe, lets hope cases don't spike over here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobias View Post

    The UK again reports less than 1000 new infections and the trend of those who are dying from COVID-19 continues to head downward. Let's hope as the lockdown continues to ease the rate of infection, and death, continue in the right direction.
    I find it mindboggling that we are still getting that may new infections.

    Good news on the death rate as you say. The doctors probably understand this virus far better than when it originally started, so have a better idea what treatments work best and what doesn't etc, and what complications they might expect.

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    I find it very surprising that holidays abroad are available now, packed aircraft etc.If I was in the UK I would stay at home for now and take the odd day trip and keep away from the crowded beaches. Might as well allow football matches open to the public and other venues because this will surely cause an increase in cases. I guess mask wearing will be compulsory but doubt there will be social distancing due to the cost involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg / Pairin View Post
    They could say exactly the same about us.

    When you look at the UK, Spain, Italy and France, between us we are less populated than the States but have had more deaths than them 136,000+ so 25% between 4 European countries. Yet we think its now safe enough to start opening our borders to tourism across Europe, lets hope cases don't spike over here.
    Don't you see this being very different? Yes, all four nations you mention have had it tough, very tough but every one of them have handled the situation much differently than the US.

    The Europeans acknowledged the problem, they realised the situation was serious, they all took drastic action in locking down their counties, there was some criticism (rightly or wrongly) that they acted too slowly but when the decided to act they acted decisively and their governments gave clear messages. They have not tried to blame anyone for the pandemic, for the failures, for the approaches they have taken. They looked for solutions, where the blaming can wait until the crisis is over.

    The Europeans only eased their lockdowns when the evidence suggested it was prudent and the spread of the virus was being controlled. Here's a graph of the UK infection rate, note how the rate began to steadily come down after the lockdown, and how the rate of transmission stayed in a downward trajectory at each stage the lockdown was eased:


    The graphs for Spain, Italy and France are all very similar. If you are interested in seeing them you will find them on worldometers.com, which is where I've grabbed these from.

    Compare that to the USA rates:


    The difference is clear. The US started well but became inpatient, there was no adequate leadership, and some very mixed messages. The President appears more concerned with looking good whilst pretending (and declaring himself) to be the stable genius. He wanted the world to know how brilliant he is, while blaming anyone and everyone for the dire situation the country is in. The medical experts were regularly being undermined, they were being ignored and despite them strongly advising not to ease the lockdowns the US decided to open prematurely anyway and ignore their advice.

    Instead of encouraging caution Trump instead sent out his typical rallying call to his followers by openly encouraging right-wing protests of the social distancing restrictions in states where lockdowns were in place. Remember those tweets? "LIBERATE MICHIGAN" and "LIBERATE MINNESOTA" and then the “LIBERATE VIRGINIA, and save your great 2nd Amendment. It is under siege!”. Even the wearing of face coverings appears to have been turned in to a political statement.

    It appears to me many in the US are too short sighted and wrapped up on "individual" rights and freedoms where the concept of "the greater good" can't apply if infringes on those rights and freedoms.

    Americans have their "rights" ingrained at a very early age and one that certainly abounds now is the one referred to in that famous Patrick Henry speech "Give me Liberty or Give me Death!"

    Well it looks like they've made their choice.
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    We are concerned about a second wave/ second peak I feel the USA hasn't reached their first peak looking at those graphs.
    I was speaking to a guy in the USA last night and I asked what was going on he blamed those infected with no symptoms as the cause. When I said just stay away from crowds, stay 2 metres apart, wash hands etc, seems to work, he was shocked at the thought and replied washing hands too much will decrease your immunity.

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    Today's figures are below:

    Thailand notes:
    This is the 35th day without a report of community acquired infection.
    It is 27 days since a COVID-19 related death was last reported.

    29/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
    Change
    3,169
    +7
    58
    +7
    3,053
    +0
    58
    +0
    307,566
    +776

    Thailand's new cases were found in state quarantine, Thai's who had arrived from India and the USA.

    29/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths Total Tests
    UK
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    311,965
    +815
    43,575
    +25
    9,290,215
    +93,881


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    Some more milestones published on 26th June 2020 by Nature Medicine:





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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmbo60 View Post
    I was speaking to a guy in the USA last night and I asked what was going on he blamed those infected with no symptoms as the cause. When I said just stay away from crowds, stay 2 metres apart, wash hands etc, seems to work, he was shocked at the thought and replied washing hands too much will decrease your immunity.
    I was reading a tweet today by Dr Tom Frieden, former Director of the Centres for Disease Control (CDC) in the United States, and a highly respected authority in the field of communicable diseases who is now based in a public health role in New York working on pandemic response and recovery. He also produces an excellent regular audio diary for the BBC World Service which is well worth listening to. Back in March, he said, "The outbreak of Covid is going to be bad or very, very bad."

    He gave these three pieces of excellent advice - the "3 W's":

    Wear a mask;
    Wash your hands;
    Watch your distance,

    Pass these three W's - and not the virus - on

    to which has now been added a 4th "W":

    If you encounter anyone not doing any of these things:

    Walk away.
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    The number of deaths registered in the UK over one week has fallen below the five-year average for the first time since mid-March. More than 80% of local authorities in Great Britain have also seen death rates fall to normal levels. The decrease reflects a decline in coronavirus-related deaths, official data shows.

    Source: Death rate 'back to normal' in UK

    Today's COVID-19 figures are below:

    Thailand notes:
    Thailand says it has carried out 603,657 COVID-19 tests as of yesterday.
    This is the 36th day without a report of community acquired infection.
    Thailand's new cases were found in state quarantine, Thai's who had returned from Qatar.
    It is 28 days since a COVID-19 related death was last reported (2nd June).

    30/06/20 Total Cases In Hospital Total Discharged Total Deaths 'PUI' Under Investigation
    Thailand
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    3,171
    +2
    57
    +1
    3,056
    +3
    58
    +0
    309,474
    +1,908


    30/06/20 Total Cases Total Deaths Total Tests
    UK
    Change
    312,654
    +689
    43,730
    +155
    9,426,631
    +133,467


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    https://www.axios.com/fauci-senate-t...cbd41d11c.html

    Anthony Fauci testified to a Senate committee Tuesday that he would "not be surprised" if the U.S. begins reporting as many as 100,000 new coronavirus cases per day, adding, "I'm very concerned and not satisfied with what's going on because we're going in the wrong direction.

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