BANGKOK, May 24 (TNA) – COVID-19 vaccination began at the Bang Sue Grand Station for registrants in the transport sector who showed up in the morning for inoculation.
A crowd of the vaccine recipients who arrived in the morning included drivers and attendants of passenger buses, taxi drivers and taxi motorcyclists. The Bang Sue Grand Station was turned into a COVID-19 vaccination venue for the workers who are normally in contact with general people.
Bangkok Expressway and Metro Plc (BEM) sent about 200 of its staffers who work closely to general people to the vaccination venue. They included its workers at electric train stations.
Officials expected the inoculation today to cover more than 4,000 workers in the transport sector who already registered for the vaccination. The inoculation at the Bang Sue Grand Station will cover 6,000 workers tomorrow and 10,000 workers a day late this week. (TNA)