More than 57,000 Thai frontline medics given Pfizer booster shot

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Department of Disease Control said on Sunday (Aug 8) that from Aug 4 to 7, more than 57,000 medical professionals who had previously got two jabs of Sinovac vaccine were given a dose of Pfizer vaccine to boost their immunity against Covid-19.

The Ministry of Public Health has earmarked 700,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine from the total 1.5 million doses that have been donated by the United States,” DDC deputy chief Dr Sophon Iamsirithavorn said.

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