日本韩国真人直播软件

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  1. read the actual information avalable and your suggestion is tRumpian in is lack of relationship to the truth
  2. If I had one I’d lend it to you if you ever get to Thailand as you seem to more need
  3. Do actually read the research papers, your suggestion of more effective at 2 weeks is wrong, also the statement of the second dose being redundant at 12 weeks is bunk. the reason for a single dose with a second at 12 weeks is to reduce the incredible strain on the U.K. health system, as nobody who had a single dose was admitted to hospital, whereas in the control group there were several hospital admissions together with a death. Is a shorter interval better? Probably. Is being refused hospital admission because there are not enough staff or not getting treatme
  4. And as of now is approved based on studies showing 60% efficacy, vs 94.5% + for Pfizer and Moderna. Studies ongoing to determine if the low 1st dose regimen which achieved 90% efficacy on a young (55 yo or less) sub group is also achievable on a larger group more representative of the general population. You should really get your quotes accurate.
  5. As mentioned it is “day of application” no seasoning needed. But must be from outside Thailand, with proof of that. The letter of guarantee is a standard bank letter.
  6. The last sentence claim is not even remotely true, it’s not even in the top 20. Don't balance probable truth with absolute lies.
  7. You are looking at old, incomplete, data given the best injection and dose regimen the 3 are roughly equal.
  8. Extremely unlikely (probability virtually zero) as Thailand doesn’t have enough infection, you need a county with infections to do mass testing. They are testing in Brazil
  9. Your understanding is wrong. Only the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine will be provided at cost. It is also being manufactured in Thailand for distribution in the local region. The USA vaccines are a profit centre for the producers. also since the sublimation temperature of dry ice is -78C transport of vaccines at -70 or less is not as big a problem as you think Needs -20C for long (6 month) storage, fridge 2C for medium storage, possibly stable at room temperature (20 C) for 12 hours.
  10. Why would that have stopped you? I only ever had travel insurance for the first few of my hundreds of flights. I do have worldwide health insurance that is uneffected by travel. By now any travel related costs will be far less than the premiums I would have paid. Also, though not what you mean, the literal answer to the question you asked is, January the 1st 2020 was the first day you could have entered Thailand last year.
  11. You get told the conditions and decide if you want to comply with them. Stop being a kid with testosterone poisoning and actually grow up. Winging about Thailand imposing extra conditions on someone who could have a much much dangerously transmitted version just shows your “me me me don’t care about others” attitude. FWIW not much I know, I did 14 days confined to a bed while feeling perfectly OK after the first 2 days. I was not permitted out for any reason at all including body functions, I was fit active in my 20s and at the time there was no TV in the wards just 3 rad
  12. A few more pictures of french cleats in action use and making Being made on a Sysport Holding up a set of cubbyholes Some of the wall storage tool holders Ready use wood storage This is not comprehensive at all I have quite a lot more places where they are in use. An example is a wall cabinet I made as a test piece about 10 years ago, it was in our old kitchen, talking it off the wall and putting it up in my workshop was extremely simple and fast as i
  13. Not really. I have a very nice, expensive, drill/driver (about 5 years old) and the battery life has dropped substantially, so budget on replacing batteries when you look at the tool. Conversely I still have my first Black&Decker drill that’s about 50 years old the only thing it has had is a replacement power cable that is about 3 times longer than the original.
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