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Thailand & Pattaya News, from Fabulous 103fm (13 April 2022)

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As Pattaya and Bangkok CONTINUE today, Wednesday, to endure smog alerts, so this morning saw Pattaya reporting 156 and BKK 130. Both in the dangerous red levels and both with the warning to avoid exertion outside and for those with breathing issues to get to medical centres quickly. To put into perspective; Paris, in France reported….. just 5 on the same scale.

Home isolation for people who have been in close contact with someone who has HAD covid, is predicted to be reduced from 7 to 5 days by May according to the DDC.

Thailand, we are told, has laws in place that prohibit the sale of chocolate containing plastic capsules with play things inside SO….. Kinder Surprise Eggs should NOT ever be on the shelves in stores here. With Easter close tho, it’s been reported that some HAD had the children treats for sale, and others brought in as gifts from overseas. A global recall is in effect by the manufacturers following salmonella outbreaks and anyone having them is recommended to dump them. The FDA states that there are no official reports of import, however at least one registered importer DOES import other products from the same makers. A UK recall of Kinder chocolate products, which is now spreading globally, covered the same products – Kinder Surprise, Kinder Mini Eggs, Kinder Surprise 100g and Kinder Schokobons.

Pattay anews: Kinder Salmonella

Local authorities have warned business owners that public water splashing and water fights are illegal this year. Temple celebrations will go ahead as planned and some venues are offering special events throughout the city.

Drink driving is a definite NO-NO right now, more so than usual as road checks will pop up anywhere and anyone caught faces a day or so in police cells until courts reopen, but the good news is that the cost of private taxis, booked via apps is at an all time low.

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Thailand & Pattaya News, from Fabulous 103fm (12 April 2022)

Thailand & Pattaya News, from Fabulous 103fm (12 April 2022) Pattaya’s smog index sat a scary 152 this morning, Tuesday. With Bangkok reporting 156. To give a comparison, Paris registered 15 and Los Angeles 29. The issues of air quality are of serious concern to physicians and anyone with breathing issues MUST get medical advice. Today is the 4th day in a row where figures have been at all time […]

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