More changes, this time much better. Foreigners will be able to register for vaccination at local hospitals beginning Monday, June 7.
More information is likely forthcoming before June 7, such as which are the participating hospitals and by what methods to register.
May 22, 2021
All foreigners in Thailand will be able to register at vaccination centres for Covid-19 shots from June 7, when the campaign for mass inoculations begins, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Friday.
Deputy spokesman Natapanu Nopakun said the government had set June 7 for the start of the vaccination campaign.
Foreigners could register to get their vaccine shots at designated hospitals and health centres where they live.
"Thailand will not be safe until everyone is vaccinated," he said during the daily briefing of the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, and late relayed the message on his personal Twitter account.
The announcement follows confusion and bewilderment in foreign communities after the Public Health Ministry said on May 4 that priority would be given to vaccinating Thai people first.
It reversed the decision on May 6, announcing equal access to the vaccine for Thai and foreign nationals to help create head immunity.
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What you must do before your jab
May 22, 2021
The Department of Disease Control on Friday released guidelines for the general public to follow before they get their Covid-19 jab.
On the day of the vaccine:
• Drink from 500 ml. to a litre of water
• Prepare your ID card and registration documents
• Wear a facemask and clean your hands thoroughly
• Maintain social distancing
• Take medication for your chronic condition if any
The department said that so far 6.39 million people have registered via the Mor Phrom (Doctors Ready) application for a jab in June, which has already met the quota for the month.