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Number of initial Sinovac Covid-19 vaccines for Pattaya and Banglamung area in mid-May decreased, inoculation date slightly postponed


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By Goong Nang (GN)

 

Banglamung – The number of Sinovac vaccines scheduled for a mid-May arrival in Banglamung and Pattaya has been decreased from 30,000 doses to 20,000 doses, according to city officials this evening, May 14th, 2021. Vaccination dates have also been slightly postponed due to the lack of trained medical staff for this first major batch of vaccines.

 

The Pattaya City Deputy Mayor Manot Nongyai told local Pattaya media today, including The Pattaya News, “The number of Sinovac Covid – 19 vaccines set for mid-May has been decreased from 30,000 doses to 20,000 doses. (The Pattaya News notes that we had previously been given a number of 40,000 earlier this month, although that has also seemingly been reduced due to ongoing outbreaks of higher urgency in the Bangkok area).

 

The Chonburi Public Health Office said the reduction is primarily due to limited doses available at a national level at this exact moment and that other areas were a higher priority due to ongoing outbreaks. This is expected to be resolved, however, in only a few short weeks with the majority of Thailand’s vaccines expected to start arriving from locally produced AstraZeneca. We are still on track for our plans to re-open to foreign tourism by October.”

 

Full story: https://thepattayanews.com/2021/05/14/number-of-initial-sinovac-covid-19-vaccines-for-pattaya-and-banglamung-area-in-mid-may-decreased-inoculation-date-slightly-postponed/

 

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Mr Mayor as already gotten his...was it this Chinese <deleted> one....don`t all shout at once now 😉

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8 hours ago, sammieuk1 said:

All going as expected then 🤔 

Exactly!  👍

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10 hours ago, webfact said:

We are still on track for our plans to re-open to foreign tourism by October

Unless its just the vaccine card then they aint coming mate

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First do not have vaccine now do not have trained people to inject, next will be no people who want to get it 😂

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Since the army is in charge, they could equip the snipers with tranquilliser guns and have them inject the vaccines without having to come into contact with their targets.

 

This would ensure that social distancing is respected, and in the meantime they could organize a contest to see which sniper has shot his target from the farthest distance.

 

Obviously, this elegant solution would also solve the problem of not having enough trained nurses to inject the vaccines.

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Surely only the other day the mayor said " We are ready for anything " surprise surprise, anything got here and they ain't ready, 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

 

If it weren't so serious you could laugh about this krap 

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26 minutes ago, Leaver said:

 

They have only had months and months to train people for the most simplest of medical procedures.  What a failure.  

No need to train people

 

Only in Pattaya area there is hundred of hospitals, clinics and medical shops and laboratories (All of them without any patients at the moment, except maybe few of the public ones)

All these people should be more than pleased to volonteer a day or two to vaccinate

 

i don't even mention the biggest thai military naval base in Sattahip, they have a big hospital too here, they have maybe few people to send for help on a day of vaccination

 

imo it's more again a Thai style lame excuse to try to not lose face 

 

The fact is: there is no vaccine doses to inject 

(Except few thousand of sinovac)

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5 hours ago, Leaver said:

 

They have only had months and months to train people for the most simplest of medical procedures.  What a failure.  

Exactly months is not enough, takes 2 years just to become nursing assistant and learn how to open a bottle or fill up a syringe. It’s another 2 years to learn how to inject 😂😂😂

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11 hours ago, Brunolem said:

Since the army is in charge, they could equip the snipers with tranquilliser guns and have them inject the vaccines without having to come into contact with their targets.

You need to stop playing those computer games and venture out of the basement at your moms. 

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12 hours ago, BestB said:

Exactly months is not enough, takes 2 years just to become nursing assistant and learn how to open a bottle or fill up a syringe. It’s another 2 years to learn how to inject 😂😂😂

 

I suppose it has to be a long course so the teachers can get more bribe money.   🙂

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2 hours ago, Leaver said:

 

I suppose it has to be a long course so the teachers can get more bribe money.   🙂

Think it’s easy to explain intermuscular means to inject into muscle ?😜

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Well, Well,  nothing Suprises me any more,  They couldn't organise a pi$$ up in a brewery... 

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The vaccine  roll out is commencing, slowly but ahead of schedule, with priority  groups being determined. People bickering on this forum might try talking  to their neighbors or asking around at  various hospitals  or even checking other threads on this forum...Many countries had start up problems. Thailand is not alone in this

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