The Department of Medical Sciences recommends the intradermal injection of COVID-19 vaccines to increase the number of vaccine recipients with available doses but the practice requires skilled health workers.
Ambassador of the Republic of Korea Lee Wook-heon yesterday met Tokyo Paralympics’ bronze medalist Kwansuda Phuangkitcha and national para-taekwondo team coach Shin Young-kyun, and presented bunch of flowers and various gifts, including Hanbok (Korean traditional clothes) and training shoes.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon separately visited Phetchaburi and Ayutthaya provinces to inspect water situations and order assistance for flood victims.
The Public Health Ministry will improve its drug rehab centers in the wake of problems at one facility.
Police released the young couple who had been arrested for their sex shows on a website on bail of 100,000 baht each.
The cabinet endorsed the third phase of the We Travel Together hotel subsidy scheme and people can exercise their right to the subsidy in October.
The number of new daily COVID-19 cases will not fall further for the time being because of the resumption of business and activities, according to Dr. Kiatiphum Wongrajit, permanent secretary for public health.
Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang sets three conditions for the reopening of the capital to welcome tourists, saying they were based on public safety.
Airports of Thailand (AOT) will apply its Advance Passenger Processing System (APPS) to quickly check the health certification of air passengers to support country reopening in October.
BANGKOK, Sept 21 (TNA) – The Department of Environment under the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) set up 90 outlets to receive used plastic bottles for the production of personal protective equipment (PPE) suits.
The Food and Drug Administration has not approved the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine made by Sinopharm for children aged 3 and over on insufficient safety information and urged Biogenetech Co to give more information.
The first dose of COVID-19 vaccination for Thais next month will be the vaccine made by Sinovac, according to Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul.