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Bangkok to have 25 vaccination centres by end of May

Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang on Sunday visited Central Plaza Ladprao in Chatuchak district to oversee the inoculation of Covid-19 vaccines to Bangkok Mass Transit Authority public transport drivers.



He was accompanied by officials from the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA).

The vaccination point on Central Plaza Ladprao's third floor will operate from 8am-5pm, injecting up to 1,200 people per day.

BMA and the Board of Trade have opened vaccination stations at three locations so far -- Central Plaza Ladprao, The Mall Bang Kapi and Samyan Mitrtown. Both authorities aim to open 25 vaccination stations by the end of May.

The jabs are currently being administered to registered medical staff and at-risk frontline workers such as teachers, bus drivers, garbage collectors, delivery and daycare centre staff before being rolled out to the general public in June.

Bangkok to have 25 vaccination centres by end of May

Officials are preparing 25 vaccination stations in Bangkok at the following locations:

1. University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce

2. Bhumirajanagarindra Kidney Institute Hospital

3. SCG Bangsue

4. Central Plaza Ladprao

5. Siam Commercial Bank Head Office

6. Sripatum University

7. Central Festival Eastville

8. Central Plaza Pinklao

9. Iconsiam

10. Tesco Lotus Pinklao

11. PTT Station, Rama II

12. The Mall Bang Khae

13. Big C Bangbon

14. Samyan Mitrtown

15. Thanya Park

16. True Digital Park

17. Asiatique

18. CentralWorld

19. Siam Paragon

20. Tesco Lotus Rama IV

21. Emporium

22. The Mall Bang Kapi

23. Robinson Lifestyle Lat Krabang

24. Tesco Lotus Minburi

25. Big C Romklao

Once up and running, the 25 centres will be able to vaccinate 38,000-50,000 people per day. The vaccination points will operate for seven months in a bid to achieve herd immunity.

Bangkok to have 25 vaccination centres by end of May

The BMA also advised people to register via the Mor Phrom (Doctors Ready) application and prepare their ID card before entering the vaccination station. If they don’t have the app, medical staff will conduct the follow-up.

Bangkok to have 25 vaccination centres by end of May

Published : May 16, 2021

By : The Nation