Recently, Rajada, deputy spokesman of the Prime Minister’s Office of Thailand, revealed to the media that the Thai Cabinet has approved a government budget of 1.3 billion Thai ts (about $45m) to order 2 million doses of coronavirus vaccines from China, which will first be Thailand’s front-line medical staff and elderly people with chronic diseases.
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Earlier, on January 7, the head of the Thai Disease Control Agency said that Thailand had planned to implement the coronavirus vaccine in three stages:
The first phase will prioritize the provision of 1 million vulnerable people and medical personnel from February to April, requiring 2 million doses of vaccine, in two injections.
The second phase will provide 26 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to vulnerable groups and the hardest hit by the epidemic in May and June.
The third phase will provide the coronavirus vaccine to the general Thai people from the second half of this year to the beginning of next year.