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First batch of Chinese vaccine arrives in Bangkok

20.02.2021 104 просмотров

Thailand will receive the first batch of Sinovac's coronavirus vaccine on February 24.


The first batch of 200,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine, produced by the Chinese company Sinovac (Sinovac), will arrive in Thailand on February 24. The Bangkok Post reported on Saturday that another 800,000 doses will be delivered in March and a million more in April.

Rayong, Chonburi, Chanthaburi, Trat and Tak. Each person will be given two doses of the drug two weeks apart. “Delivery will be made as soon as the Department of Medical Sciences completes the [drug] quality check, which can take up to a week,” said GPO Managing Director Dr. Vithun Danviboon. On February 15, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-Ocha stated that it would take three days to prepare the vaccines for use.

“The organization will provide the company with a list of locations where the vaccines need to be delivered. All deliveries will be made even if the destinations are in remote areas,” he assured. Withoon Danviboon explained that DKSH was chosen because the firm offered free delivery of two million doses of the vaccine to all public hospitals across the country. The first 200,000 doses of the drug will be stored at the company's warehouse in one of the districts of Bangkok after arriving from China.

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