Thailand: The Streets of Bangkok Under Lock Down | Curfew May Be Next | Day 2

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Today (Day 2) in Bangkok, Thailand, I took a ride on the streets of Bangkok to see what the traffic and the Lock Down looked like in Thailand’s largest city. With a possible curfew coming anytime from the Thai Government, I wanted to see if essential services were still open. I recorded video on a side Soi (street), and a larger street. There is traffic on the roads, but the traffic has diminished substantially since the lock down began in Thailand. My main purpose for being on the streets of Bangkok was to get food. I did that successfully. However, I used extreme caution while I was out. I wore a mask, gloves, practiced social distancing, and used hand sanitizer several times. Additionally, if you are an expat or tourist, who is worried about penalties for visa overstays, please check with your local immigration office for their rules on the matter. Stay safe!

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  1. Thank you for the update.
    I am glad you are at super Maximum protection. Glad you have the supplies to “survive in place”
    It may be indoors but Still Do More Life!

  2. Hi m8 glad to see u’re ok 9 Thai time is 03.00 Swedish time as i’m not sure i will work tomorrow dunno if i will be up but if i am see you then. Take care

  3. Thanks again for the great video. Very strange twilight zone life there on the Soi and here in Indiana. I am able to work since I am a healthcare person. Travel here forbidden except for essential travel. I hope your right that we will have a better eorld after this is over. Be safe and healthy my friend.

  4. Hey Jeremy from Dennis in Dallas. If someone in Thailand suspected they were infected, where would they be tested at? Government? Hospital? Private Physician? Also what labs are performing the actual test, government, private labs? Thanks

  5. Thank you for the report. The “V Logger” is the modern day equivalent of a ham radio operator. The public needs people such as yourself to get the truth out about what is happening around the world.

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