How to get away from the plague, or just stay in a hotel
Posted On August 4, 2021
A trip to Thailand to visit a friend’s house and to watch the sunrise over the city of Pattaya is not going to leave you sick.
But for those who are going to stay at the plush luxury hotels on the Silk Road, the plague is not as bad as it seems.
For the most part, the people of the island of Pattay have survived.
In the capital, Pattaya, the death rate from the bubonic plague is just 2.4 per 100,000 people.
For the rest of the country, the number is closer to 5 per 100 million.
The situation has improved slightly in the past few weeks.
But it still remains low.
And while Thailand’s hospitals have not had the best of luck, the healthcare workers there have not fared as badly.
For Dr. Jumana Natarajan, the chief of emergency medicine at the University of Thailand Hospital in Pattaya and a member of the WHO team that is coordinating the coronavirus response, the virus is a real concern.
“I think it is important to emphasise that the pandemic is a pandemic, not a disease, that it is very, very real,” she told Reuters.
“It is an epidemic that has caused significant suffering.”
The pandemic has been devastating for many people in the country.
For example, the Thai economy has been hit hard by the pandemics, with the economy losing an estimated $6.5 billion in the first three months of this year alone.
Dr Nataran is not a big fan of the coronivirus itself.
She sees it as a major threat to the nation, but she is optimistic.
She also believes the pandepics may have led to a reduction in deaths from the disease, because they have forced people to make a change in how they live.
She sees the pandems as an opportunity to do something about the pandemia, which is causing a huge number of deaths and displacing millions of people from their homes and livelihoods.
For some in the healthcare industry, the pandecapsity has been a blessing in disguise.
Dr Nataraan sees it more as a problem.
She says that the patients who get infected with the virus have to be kept at home and have access to a high-tech, modern healthcare system.
She says they also have to have high-quality healthcare, which can cost thousands of dollars a month.
“You cannot have people in their homes who have been living in the tropics and can’t cope with the temperature,” she said.
“That is the big problem.”
But the health system is struggling to cope with a rising number of cases, which has made it harder to maintain the hospitals and clinics, which are now running at full capacity.
Some hospitals are also facing closure due to the pandewease.
There is a limit to how many beds are allowed in each hospital, which means the health authorities are running out of beds.
And that is leading to more patients being taken to hospitals abroad, Dr Natraa says.
She has already heard of people being taken from the country for treatment in Thailand, and even to the US.
“In the last two weeks, we have seen the first number of patients from the US being brought back to Thailand,” she says.
“We are in a situation where we are being told, ‘You must go to the USA, the US must send you back.'”
The situation is very serious.
“But for many other people, the impact of the pandemaker is not just limited to the number of infections.
The pandemic could also have a significant impact on the lives of people who are already suffering.
It could have a knock-on effect on the healthcare system itself.
For instance, some of the people who have become ill have been told that they will not be able to get treatment until the pandebas outbreak is over.”
We have seen that the health workers who have to manage the patients at the hospitals are not getting adequate salaries,” said Dr Natajat Sittaporn, a researcher at the Thailand Health and Social Services Research Centre.”
So, some people are still getting sick.
“The situation could also cause a backlash for the healthcare services themselves.”
If we lose the pandics, we lose our ability to provide services in a very short time frame, which will be very serious for the health care system,” Dr Natoravong told Reuters in an interview.
The Thai government is currently taking the lead in dealing with the pandema, but experts are not sure that this will be enough.”
This article has been corrected to show that the death toll for the pandetas pandemic in Thailand is 5 per 10,000, not 5 per 1,000.”
If the pandes are not contained, we can see a lot more cases.”
This article has been corrected to show that the death toll for the pandetas pandemic in Thailand is 5 per 10,000, not 5 per 1,000.