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Pfizer’s COVID Vaccine Due for Thailand


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1 hour ago, internationalism said:

will be available well into 2022.

thank you minister and prime minister for thinking about this vital issue since around september 2020.

at that time this very same minister said, that phizer is expansive and to be trusted, that's why thailand went for AZ from siam bioscience.

here article from matichon the last year

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=938311316982000&set=p.938311316982000&type=3

 

Also these clowns said that Pfizer was not suitable for Thailand, as it must be kept at -70°C. Quite pathetic for a nation which plans to go to the moon, isn't it?

 

Despite BioNTech and it's partner Pfizer reduced the cooling requirements in the meantime, even -70°C is not overly difficult. I wrote on Thaivisa 6 months ago already that cheap dry ice for food storage has a temperature of -79°C, and liquid Nitrogen, a common cooling medium which is cheaper than beer, has -192°C. 

 

Now as Anutins pants are on fire, cold storage of the Pfizer vaccine suddenly is no issue anymore. 🤣

 

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11 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

That's the one. First name Michelle, a well known actress.

 Thought she was from Scotland, near the Firth of Tay?

 

 

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Just now, herfiehandbag said:

Look, you can do somethings with bamboo, others are more difficult.

 

Rockets are easy - they do it every year.

 

Constant refrigeration to -70C is another matter. What happens when it rains and the electricity goes off?

Then the population will also go off.

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38 minutes ago, herfiehandbag said:

Constant refrigeration to -70C is another matter. What happens when it rains and the electricity goes off?

 Why you worry...?

 

Lung have icebox.😁

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13 hours ago, webfact said:

The government then asked the company to work out the schedule, price and relevant conditions of the vaccine as soon as possible.

1. 2023.

2. 60% price increase in line with all new Pfizer orders.

3. All monies in advance.

 

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15 hours ago, Justgrazing said:

 

He really should have learned to keep his mouth shut by now on this whole vaccine debacle should the Minister for Chaos .. everyday Thailand is lagging further behind in the requirement to vaccinate their population .. but again here he is making grand claims with little or no substance .. the longer this fiddling while Rome burns continues the longer the country will take to reopen to the foreign visitors that many ordinary Thai's rely on returning for their living .. 

Thai's deserve better than having this buffoon in charge of such an important issue .. 

He, or any other corrupted and ignorant politician, shouldn't have any direct control of the vaccination programs - which is now a bloody bureaucratic mess.

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3 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

1. 2023.

2. 60% price increase in line with all new Pfizer orders.

3. All monies in advance.

 


4. Five-ten times more expensive for foreigners to keep it in line with pricing at National Parks, Historical sites and other attractions.

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It's very possible Pfizer jabs will be available this year.  The US is close to 50% of the population with one jab, and almost 30% with 2.  Now, many places are seeing reduced demand.  Mainly in the "bible" belt.  So there might be a big supply available shortly.

 

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2021/01/28/960901166/how-is-the-covid-19-vaccination-campaign-going-in-your-state

 

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18 hours ago, webfact said:

Mr Anutin said the procurement was discussed smoothly with Pfizer on Thursday

Scrambling now to get vaccines into the country as they've collectively stuffed up big time waiting for Siam Bioscience to start production.

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44 minutes ago, hotchilli said:

Scrambling now to get vaccines into the country as they've collectively stuffed up big time waiting for Siam Bioscience to start production.

According to various news sources, BS started production in January 2021, now passed its 5th production line. But release is scheduled for June 2021?

 

Meanwhile #1 Thai pharma Pfizer wasn't contracted to locally produce any of its covid vaccine.???

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Price shouldn't be a concern, just cut the PO now.

 

I mean was there any hestiancy placing the order for the submarine?

 

Then start working the delivery date(s).

 

Longer-term Thailand should consider setting an mRNA-vaccine production facility; it might take a year or more but it will probably become necessary in the future.

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, rwill said:

Meanwhile...

"The European Commission said it expects to seal the world’s biggest vaccine supply deal within days, securing up to 1.8 billion doses of Pfizer’s (PFE.N) COVID-19 vaccine for the next few years"

 

EU to shortly sign world’s largest vaccine deal with Pfizer | Reuters

And thus the reason Thailand is having problems.  Too many buyers with lots of money to spend on this.

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1 hour ago, Jeffr2 said:

And thus the reason Thailand is having problems.  Too many buyers with lots of money to spend on this.

I would say Thailand’s problems are all self inflicted.  I know it’s the Thai way to blame others or circumstances beyond their control ... but not this time.  

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8 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

1. 2023.

2. 60% price increase in line with all new Pfizer orders.

3. All monies in advance.

 

There will also be a disclaimer issued, in light of all the claims of various other Vaccines having serious side effects.

Pfizer will carry no responsibility what so ever, after the Drugs have been delivered.

The onus will be on the purchaser to store, handle, and administer the Drugs as detailed.

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