The Food and Drug Administration has signed a contract to purchase five million doses of Moderna vaccine with Zuellig Pharma.
Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang said the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration set up 53 community isolation centers with altogether 6,013 beds.
A 39-year-old teacher in Prachuap Khiri Khan province died because of her pressed brainstem after receiving the second jab of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Department of Disease Control.
Phuket is ramping up Covid-19 control measures to screen inbound travellers.
The army deployed its transport aircraft to send asymptomatic COVID-19 cases back home in remote areas. The service can be booked via tel. 0 2270 5685-9.
Tourism and Sports Minister Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn attends the opening ceremony of Tokyo Olympics at Tokyo’s National Stadium today.
Police are checking the messages of 25 celebrities who have called out criticisms on the government’s performance via social media and will take legal action if they violate laws.
People in three vulnerable groups flocked to the Bang Sue Grand Station for walk-in COVID-19 vaccinations, offered on the first day.
Rapper Danupa “Milli” Kanatirakul was fined 2,000 baht for libel in relation to her Twitter-based post, criticizing the government’s performance.
The director of the National Vaccine Institute apologized for the lack of COVID-19 vaccine readiness and blamed it on rapidly changing situations and viral mutation.
The government ordered public universities to halve their tuition fees and private universities to give a 5,000-baht discount to each student right away.
Two of four bodies, found lying on streets in Bangkok last night were confirmed with Covid-19.