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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.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Vaccination points will be set up at the Bang Sue Grand Station’s first floor and mezzanine from next Monday (May 24), Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob announced on Sunday (May 16).
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Bangkok Red Line mass transit system from Bang Sue to Rangsit (North) and Bang Sue to Taling Chan (West) will open in March next year with free rides for a three-month trial period, said Transport Minister Saksayam Chibchob on Monday (Nov 16).
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): National vaccination efforts are running slower than expected, causing a backlog of doses to build up, Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) spokeswoman Apisamai Srirangsan said on Monday (July 26).
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.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Friday (March 26)
Thailand's Centre for Economic Situation Administration (CESA) approved on Friday a waiver to the quarantine measures for vaccinated foreign visitors to Phuket effective on July 1, confirmed Tourism and Sports Minister Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn.
One of the better performers during earlier waves of the coronavirus, Thailand has been hit hard by a spike in infections in recent weeks. The country is now looking to ramp up its vaccination programme after new strains were identified in its community.
Thailand placed barbed wire and checkpoints in several southern villages along the Malaysian border on Monday after identifying a cluster of infections with a coronavirus variant that's believed to spread faster.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Vaccine hesitancy has risen sharply in Thailand opinion polls show, just weeks away from the start of a mass inoculation programme and as the country fights its deadliest COVID-19 outbreak.