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Anonymous asked in TravelAsia PacificThailand · 8 months ago

In this time of coronavírus frenzy, would it wise to accept a teaching position in Thailand?

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  • Anonymous
    7 months ago

    no it will not be advisable to go to Thailand

    now

    their medical institutions are not

    that advanced and will cost you

    a fortune to get good treatment

    for any disease

  • 8 months ago

    Of course not , Thailand is a high risk area. 

  • No, I would wait.  Even with the figures showed by the Thai government I would doubt those figures are accurate.  The government is only interested in tourist and they are not coming.  Anywhere in this world that has the virus, it is very possible to get in large crowds of people.  I was planning to fly to New York in April but canceled.  You never know who or where someone has been that could be on the flight.

  • 8 months ago

    Thailand has most of it under control.  The airlines are cleaning their planes zealously.   My first reaction was get out of the US as fast as possible.  Before it gets worse here.  Your worse possible case is that someone else traveling may have it on the plane.  The CDC does not have the most accurate figures on the the current flu season, why because it does not consider the flu that dangerous yet it kills an average of 30,000 people annually.  This flu season they already estimate it has killed in the United State 20,000 to 50,000.  Covid-19 is nothing compared to the current flu VIRUS 

    good luck

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  • 8 months ago

    In this time of coronavírus frenzy..... NO

    If you learn something about viruses you can get at home and around the world and the common sense things you can do to reduce your chance of getting one of the many corona viruses out on the planet enjoy a special experience.

    Shall we all guess if you have some health issue that compromises YOU?

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