BANGKOK, June 18 (TNA) – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration said it received 35,000 more vials of COVID-19 vaccines equivalent to 350,000-420,000 doses and would use it for the inoculation of registrants whose appointments had been deferred.
The newly received doses would be administered for the people who had registered via the Mor Prom platform for inoculation from June 14 to 30 and people who had registered with the “Thai Ruamjai Safe Bangkok” system on through its website, the Paotang mobile application and specified convenience stores, BMA said.
It distributed 25,000 vials equivalent to almost 300,000 doses to 126 hospitals in the capital for people aged 60 years and over and those with seven categories of chronic diseases. The rest 10,000 vials equivalent to 100,000-120,000 doses were sent to 25 non-hospital inoculation stations for general people.
From each vaccine vial, health workers can administer 10-12 doses. (TNA)