21 May 2024

Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) and the Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health, Medical Services Department, are providing free vaccinations, with the Pfizer mRNA vaccine, to students in non-formal education aged between 12 and 18, from November 25th until December 7th, with registrations through mobile phones beginning today (Tuesday).

Students who have not yet been vaccinated can now apply to be inoculated by entering *707# on mobile phones using TrueMove H service, via the vaccine.trueid.net website or by scanning the QR code on TrueVisions or other channels of True network. 

For Dtac users, students can also apply through https://app.dtac.co.th/vaccine/index.html

The vaccine will be administered at the Asiatique Riverfront and Fashion Island shopping mall.

In the meantime, the Ministry of Public Health has decided to extend free vaccination services to non-formal education students at Bang Sue grand station until December 7th. Students can just walk in and register on the spot for inoculation with the Pfizer vaccine.

For other members of the public, Chinese-made Sinovac vaccine will be administered. 

Meanwhile, Government spokesman Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana said that, so far, 90.75% of 5,085,460 students, or 3,686,476, have received their first vaccine doses and 1,674,270 students, or 41.22%, have received two.

Regionally, 480,952 students in the Northeast, 447,450 students in the central region, 331,020 students in the southern region, 173,032 students in the eastern region, 169,884 students in the northern region and 71,932 students in the western region have received two vaccine doses.