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Covid-19 vaccination to be delayed in provinces with low infection rates


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Several Thai provinces with low infection rates have had to delay their Covid-19 vaccine rollout after receiving fewer doses than expected. The Bangkok Post reports that the Public Health Ministry has cut the vaccine allocation of provinces that have reported substantially lower infection rates. However, Kiattiphum Wongrajit from the Health Ministry says 2 million doses of both Sinovac and the AstraZeneca vaccine are being distributed and that all provinces will receive some by Monday. Provinces with serious outbreaks are being prioritised, along with provinces included in tourism promotion. In the north-eastern province of Udon Thani, one hospital doctor says 246,000 […]

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