March 24, 2021
Ministry of Public Health reveals that Thailand has received over 100,000 doses of COVID 19 vaccine, Lot 2 vaccination plans, spread over 22 provinces.
Time 15.00 on 24 March 2021 at the Ministry of Public Health In addressing the situation of COVID 19 Dr. Sophon Iamsirithaworn, MD. Deputy Director-General of the Department of Disease Control (Cor.) Said that COVID-19 is a dangerous contagious disease. Covid 19 vaccine Therefore considered to be used in an emergency
Currently, Thailand has two types of vaccines: 1.Inactivated vaccine Sinovac and 2.Viral wax vaccine Of AstraZeneca By the number of people who received the COVID 19 vaccine Of Thailand from February 28 to March 23, 2021, totaling 102,050 doses, totaling 96,188 cases, separated by 96,188 first dose of vaccine and 5,862 fully 2 doses of vaccine.
Those who have received 2 doses of the vaccine will receive a certificate of COVID 19 vaccination. It is paper and digital. With details with name and surname Date of vaccination, needle 1-2, injection site, and certified person’s signature If it is digital, there will be a QR code. Scan to confirm it is correct, issued by the Ministry of Health.
- 8 hundred thousand doses of vaccination plan
Dr Sophon said that for the spread of the COVID 19 vaccine. Of Sinovac Lot 2, total 8 hundred thousand dosages, divided into 3 groups: 1. epidemic control 3 hundred thousand dosages in 6 provinces, namely Samut Sakhon 100,000 Bangkok 50,000 doses, Mae Sot District Tak 75,000 dos Pathumthani 25,000 doses, Samut Prakan 25,000 dosages and Nonthaburi 25,000 doses.
2. Economic recovery, 290,000 dosages, 18 provinces, separated into 240,000 tourism provinces, 8 provinces, namely Chonburi, Rayong, Chiang Mai, 20,000 doses each, Khon Kaen, Krabi, Phang Nga, 10,000 dosages per province, Koh Samui, Surat Thani province, 50,000 doses and Phuket 100,000 doses The border is 50,000 doses, 8 provinces, namely Songkhla, Sa Kaeo, 10,000 doses each, Chiang Rai, Mukdahan, Ranong, Nong Khai, Chanthaburi, Narathiwat, 5,000 doses each, of which 22 provinces have a total of 590,000 doses in the provinces that received the first vaccination to administer medical personnel. Outpost staff And people at risk first
And 3. Reserve 210,000 doses for health personnel, volunteers, other necessary groups and control outbreaks in other new provinces as well.