The capital has been accepting Covid19 vaccine registrations for residents of any nationality since Dec. 1, regardless of how many vaccinations they have previously received, Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuan announced yesterday.
“The campaign aims to vaccinate as many people as possible in Bangkok to build herd immunity against Covid19 virus, especially now that the new Omicron variant has been reported in Thailand,” he said.
“People can register even if they are not Thai, or have previously received two, one or no vaccinations. Those who have had Covid19 virus among members can also sign up for a booster injection, provided they have recovered for at least three months.”
The vaccines are administered at the Bangkok Youth Center (Thai-Japanese) in Din Daeng District and 11 hospitals: BMA General Hospital, Taksin Hospital, Charoen Krung Pracharak Hospital, Wetchakarunrasm Hospital, Ratchaphiphat Hospital, Luang Phor Taweesak Hospital, Lat Krabang Hospital, Sirindhorn Hospital, Bang Khun Thian Geriatric Hospital, Khlong Sam Wa Hospital and Bangna Hospital.
Interested parties can register through the QueQ application by scanning the QR code on the app and choosing the desired vaccine location. A group of 10 or more can register in a batch by scanning the Google Form registration QR code. Vaccines for this group are only provided at the Bangkok Youth Center.
The registration is only for persons over 18 years old, one ID card or similar document and proof of vaccination are required when receiving the booster vaccination.
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