The government has assured that all foreign nationals living in the kingdom, who have registered for vaccination, will be inoculated starting on June 7.
Disease Control Department deputy director general Dr. Sophon Iamsirsithavorn said vaccinations for all foreign diplomats in the country will be carried out on the same day as the government’s mass vaccination program starts, based upon an advanced reservation system.
He said all diplomatic staff, consular representatives and staff from international organizations in Thailand should register by June 6 via https://aigenesis.biz/intervac/. The inoculations will take place at the MedPark and Vimut hospitals.
Dr. Sophon said other non-Thai citizens can get their jabs starting June 7, adding that priority should be given to the over 60s and those who have any of seven underlying diseases. Foreigners who want to get vaccinated are also required to register via www.ThailandIntervac.com. Those who have booked via the Mor Prom Application will receive the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Information and Source
Reporter : Subhabhong Rarueysong
Rewriter : Tarin Angskul
National News Bureau & Public Relations : http://thainews.prd.go.th
The post Foreign nationals in Thailand will receive COVID-19 vaccine starting June 7 appeared first on BangkokScoop.