MERS in Thailand

Thailand, a booming medical tourism hub popular with Middle Eastern patients, announced its first positive MERS case Thursday. 75-year-old man from Oman traveled to Bumrungrad hospital in Bangkok for treatment. He was tired and coughing. They found out after 4 days that he has MERS!

The patient, who arrived with three members of his family, was later moved to the Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute and is in quarantine.

Oh my Buddha!

  • He had MERS on the plane from Oman to Thailand and was coughing. Did you check and quarantine all the passengers and crew on that flight!
  • It took Bumrungrad hospital 4 days to come out with MERS diagnoses, of course he was treated without any precautions during these 4 days!  The last thing you want, is a nurse in Bumrungrad hospital gets infected with MERS virus. Bumrungrad hospital process 4000 patients/day and is a booming medical tourism hospital, popular with Middle Eastern patients.
Bumrungrad hospital in Bangkok
Bumrungrad hospital in Bangkok

If that MERS spreads in Thailand. It will be disastrous. Imagine couple of MERS infected Arab guys, go to Bangkok, Pattaya or Phuket, walk around, sleep around and spread the MERS virus to the hard working “Thai girls” who will spread it to everyone, they get in contact with in a matter of seconds.

  • It will destroy the only industry that is still standing in Thailand “Tourism”.
  • Farming is down, No rain this season.
  • Exports are down, Baht is so strong and Thai labor is more expensive than neighboring countries and hard drives are becoming obsolete nowadays.
What a Vacation! Kerry Sue Newman from England stands with nurses while in quarantine for 2 weeks at Hua Hin hospital after she was found to have sat near the Omani MERS victim
What a Vacation! Kerry Sue Newman from England stands with nurses while in quarantine for 2 weeks at Hua Hin hospital after she was found to have sat near the Omani MERS victim
Thai hospital staff work in the isolation ward where a 75-year-old man from Oman was being treated for the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) at Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute in Nonthaburi province on June 19, 2015
Thai hospital staff work in the isolation ward where a 75-year-old man from Oman was being treated for the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) at Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute in Nonthaburi province on June 19, 2015
Private hospitals instructed that all foreigners wanting to come to Thailand for medical procedures first be tested for Mers, and be rejected if infected
Private hospitals instructed that all foreigners wanting to come to Thailand for medical procedures first be tested for Mers, and be rejected if infected
The health alert is stepped up and Thai Airways showed how it disinfects flights from the Mideast after the virus was detected in a man from Oman.
The health alert is stepped up and Thai Airways showed how it disinfects flights from the Mideast after the virus was detected in a man from Oman.

Tourism accounts for 10 percent of the Thai economy. 26.5 million tourists, about 2.5 million come for medical reasons, 30% are Middle Eastern patients.

  • MERS virus first surfaced in Saudi Arabia in 2012. Over 300 died from MERS in Saudi Arabia.
  • Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) has spread at an alarmingly rapid pace in South Korea since the first case was diagnosed on May 20, infecting 165 and 23 died.
  • More than 6,700 people are currently being held in quarantine in South Korea in a bid to halt the spread of the virus.
  • As South Korea scrambles to control an outbreak of the killer MERS virus, its fearful citizens have donned surgical masks en masse — but the jury is out on whether they actually protect against the invisible enemy lurking in the air.
South Korea is expected to lose over $900 million in tourism revenue because of MERS. Chinese tourists are switching to Japan
South Korea is expected to lose over $900 million in tourism revenue because of MERS. Chinese tourists are switching to Japan
Lee Jae-yong - Samsung heir apologizes for spread of MERS by Samsung Medical Centre, his foundation runs
Lee Jae-yong – Samsung heir apologizes for spread of MERS by Samsung Medical Centre, his foundation runs

A Hadith narrated by Al-Bukhari (2855) and Muslim (1671) claims that some people came to Madina, Saudi Arabia and fell ill with bloated abdomens. The Prophet Muhammad told them to combine the milk and urine of a camel and drink that, after which they recovered.

Use your brains, if you still have some left

  • Is drinking Camel Urine which is full of body toxins will cure you!.
  • Is killing or beheading another human being will send you to heaven! Be real! 
  • Listen to me now. I will tell you, my Prophecy “Go Drink Coffee, not Camel Urine”. Save lives, don’t take lives.


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