The Thai government says people (Thais) can avail of 3 platforms to register Covid-19 vaccine begins on June 1. In addition, spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri says there will be no “walk-in” vaccination centres, after PM Prayut Chan-o-cha stopped the programme.
The PM says Thai nationals seeking a Covid-19 vaccine will be able to register through the Mor Prom platform, through on-site registration, and via special target groups who will receive vaccine supplies .
Referring to the abolition of proposed walk-in centres, Anucha says on-site registration will be offered instead, to avoid people thinking they can just turn up and be vaccinated.
Meanwhile, Chinese-donated supplies of the Sinovac vaccine will be administered by the Bangrak Vaccination and Health Centre in the capital, with the aim of vaccinating 180 people a day. It’s understood those doses are primarily reserved for 100,000 Chinese nationals in the Kingdom, as well as for Thai students who plan to study overseas.