Bangkok postpones vaccinations at 25 non-hospital sites from Tuesday
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) announced this morning (Monday) the postponement of inoculations for people who have registered via the Thai Ruam Jai website, scheduled for tomorrow (June 15th) onwards, at all 25 vaccination sites outside hospitals.
The BMA assured the public, however, that they will administer the vaccines as soon as they receive them from the government, and will notify recipients of the new appointments via text message.
82,851 people in Bangkok have been inoculated at 25 non-hospital vaccination sites since the beginning of the mass inoculations last Monday. 13,905 people were inoculated yesterday (June 12th).
The 25 vaccination sites affected are:
The BMA’s announcement followed postponement of appointments, scheduled between June 14th and 20th, by several hospitals over the weekend, citing insufficient vaccine allocations, as Thailand entered the second week of its planned mass inoculations.
Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul has denied that the ministry has anything to do with the postponement of vaccination appointments.