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BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Embassy of Japan in Thailand has urged the Thai government to increase vaccination for foreigners after the recent deaths of Japanese nationals due to Covid-19.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - AstraZeneca has asked Thailand to extend the timeline for the delivery of 61 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine by five months, a deputy minister said on Thursday, a move likely to disrupt further the country's sluggish vaccine rollout.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand plans to allow some construction projects to resume in its capital and surrounding provinces although most sites and workers' camps will remain closed as the Southeast Asian country deals with its biggest coronavirus outbreak to date.
BRUSSELS (Reuters): The World Health Organization (WHO) forecasts that people most vulnerable to Covid-19, such as the elderly, will need to get an annual vaccine booster to be protected against variants, an internal document seen by Reuters shows.
Thailand to allocate Sinopharm vaccines to selected organisations as govt reports over 3,000 daily Covid-19 cases for 5 days in row
Thailand's Chulabhorn Royal Academy will allocate an initial batch of the Sinopharm vaccines to prioritised organisations, the academy's Secretary General Nithi Mahanonda said on Monday.
BANGKOK (The Nation): Thailand logged 29 deaths and 3,175 new cases over a 24-hour period on Monday (June 21).
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said that Bang Sue Grand station’s vaccination centre could provide vaccine to 11, 000 people per day from May 24.
Thailand’s outbreak epicentre of Bangkok will allow some aesthetics-related businesses to reopen after its worst wave of infections improved and more people are vaccinated.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The number of daily Covid-19 deaths reached a new high on Wednesday (May 26) at 41, with 2,455 new infections.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Largely spared the brunt of the Covid-19 pandemic for most of 2020, South-east Asia is now in the grip of a new wave of infections that is putting unprecedented pressure on health systems of countries in the region and threatening to bring their economies to the ground.