Tags : Sinovac


Investigation into Korat man’s death after mixed vaccinations

NAKHON RATCHASIMA: An investigation has been launched into the death of a 39-year-old man a week after he received a second Covid-19 shot, with a different vaccine, in Bua Yai district. Supoj Prasarnchue, of Bua Yai district, died on Oct 7 at Bua Yai Hospital. He had been given a first dose, of Sinovac vaccine, […]Read More


Migrants Receive Sinopharm Vaccine

BANGKOK, Oct 5 (TNA) – The Thai Red Cross Society vaccinated migrants against COVID-19 with the vaccine doses that its Chinese counterpart donated. Migrants of many nationalities visited the Relief and Community Health Bureau of the Thai Red Cross Society in Pathumwan district for the inoculation with the COVID-19 vaccine made by Sinopharm. The Thai […]Read More


Registrations for AstraZeneca booster shots for those with 2 Sinovac

The COVID-19 vaccination site at Bang Sue Grand station in Bangkok has announced that they will start providing AstraZeneca booster shots, for those who were already vaccinated with two doses of Sinovac before July 31st. Registrations will be open from this Thursday (October 7th) at 9am through mobile phone providers, and the vaccinations will start […]Read More


Every First Jab Will Be Sinovac Vaccine in October

BANGKOK, Sept 20 (TNA) – The first dose of COVID-19 vaccination for Thais next month will be the vaccine made by Sinovac, according to Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul. The plan for the Sinovac vaccine to be the first dose for COVID-19 vaccination resulted from Thailand’s order for 12 million doses […]Read More


Sinovac-AstraZeneca vaccine cocktail main formula now, says official

Forget about getting two AstraZeneca shots. The main Covid-19 vaccine regimen for Thailand from now on is Sinovac-AstraZeneca, says a senior health official. The change has not been formally announced, but was discovered accidentally when a government hospital opened registrations for the wrong regimen and had to cancel them. Full story: Bangkok Post BANGKOK POST […]Read More


Government to Spend B4.25bn on 12 million Sinovac Vaccine Doses

BANGKOK, Sept 8 (TNA) – The cabinet allocated 4,254.36 million baht to acquire 12 million more doses of the COVID-19 vaccine made by Sinovac. Government spokesman Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana said the cabinet approved the spending to buy the additional doses of the Sinovac vaccine to mainly protect specific groups of people from COVID-19. Read: Sinovac vaccine […]Read More


Health minister defends Sinovac vaccine, as MPs question its efficacy,

The government’s alleged COVID-19 vaccine mismanagement, from the procurement initially relying on just the Chinese-made Sinovac and the UK’s AstraZeneca to their distribution and use, were contentious issues in a heated censure debate in parliament on Tuesday. Seri Ruam Thai MP Rewat Wisarutvech questioned the government’s dependence on just two vaccines and then only trying […]Read More


Registration opens for expats in Phuket to receive Pfizer

PHUKET: Expats in Phuket who have not yet received a COVID-19 vaccination have been invited to register to be vaccinated by either AstraZeneca, Sinovac or Pfizer. The announcement came yesterday (Aug 27), not by Phuket officials, but instead via Bangkok Hospital Phuket. Full story: thephuketnews.com By The Phuket NewsRead More