Bangkok residents of all nationalities urged to come ahead for vaccine doses 1, 2 or three

The governor of Bangkok is looking on all residents, no matter nationality, to return forward for vaccination. Aswin Kwanmuang says it doesn’t matter if folks have had no dose, 1 dose or each doses, nor does it matter what nationality they’re. Officials are anxious to totally vaccinate as many residents as potential, together with administering booster doses to protect against the newly arrived Omicron variant.
“The campaign goals to vaccinate as many individuals as attainable in Bangkok to construct herd immunity towards Covid-19, especially now that the model new Omicron variant has been reported in Thailand. People can register even if they aren’t Thai, or have acquired 2, 1 or no jab earlier than. Those who have had Covid-19 can also register for a booster shot offered they have recovered for a minimal of 3 months.”

According to a Nation Thailand report, vaccines are being administered at the following locations in the capital: the Bangkok Youth Centre (Thai-Japanese) in the Din Daeng district, the BMA General Hospital, Taksin Hospital, Charoen Krung Pracharak Hospital, Wetchakarunrasm Hospital, Ratchaphiphat Hospital, Luang Phor Taweesak Hospital, Lat Krabang Hospital, Sirindhorn Hospital, Bang Khun Thian Geriatric Hospital, Khlong Sam Wa Hospital, and Bangna Hospital.
To register, individuals can use the QueQ app and select a vaccination location. Groups of 10 or extra can scan the QR code within the app to get taken to a Google form for group registration. Group vaccination might be carried out at the Bangkok Youth Centre solely, which can also be accepting walk-ins.
Vaccine recipients should be over the age of 18 and present an ID card or passport, along with their certificates of vaccination if they have beforehand received a vaccine dose.
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