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Thailand to procure 200 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines next year


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"Announcing" something seems to be Thailand's strength.   And they rank well with "plans".     Where they fall flat is on "execution".   But yea, other than that the

Great news! So by end of next year, people will actually be allowed to eat at restaurants and get a hair cut!

Boosters?  Let's work on the first round of vaccination percentages before suggestions boosters.    Falling behind from incompetence doesn't look pretty - certainly with all emerging co

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12 hours ago, tomazbodner said:

Great news! So by end of next year, people will actually be allowed to eat at restaurants and get a hair cut!

As far as I know, those items are available today... be it pre-8pm. 

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51 minutes ago, inThailand said:

Thailand to procure 200 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines next year. 

 

I'll call that statement to late and BS! 

Are we turning into pin cushions or do they just like jabbing us?

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1 minute ago, klauskunkel said:

And Sinovac? Off the table? Even after the Chinese embassy's statement of loosing their "good will" and Dr Opas' following deferential statement? 

150m sinovac

40m AZ

10m pfizer

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5 minutes ago, the green light said:

 

"next year" ...  per 200 death every day.. you are looking at 73,000 more death until next year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

200 a day is only reported cases.

 

Notice that the daily new cases is dropping.... So is the testing.

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3 minutes ago, Ralf001 said:

200 a day is only reported cases.

 

Notice that the daily new cases is dropping.... So is the testing.

Well, it could be worse.

Compared to many parts of the world [for 18 months going], Thailand's looking like a charm.

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Since the calls for the resignation of our illustrious leader a large number of initiatives were proposed that are slated to occur in the future. I wonder if that's a coincidence?

 

The sun'll come out tomorrow
Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow
There'll be sun
Just thinkin' about tomorrow
Clears away the cobwebs and the sorrow
'Til there's none
When I'm stuck a with day that's gray and lonely
I just stick out my chin and grin, and say, oh
The sun'll come out tomorrow
So you gotta hang on 'til tomorrow
Come what may
Tomorrow, tomorrow
I love ya tomorrow
You're always a day away

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1 hour ago, inThailand said:

Thailand to procure 200 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines next year. 

 

I'll call that statement to late and BS! 

Yep BS to highest order alright 5555

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The Deputy Health Minister also revealed that there were issues with vaccine administration at the start, but he assured that the administration will go according to plan after negotiations with vaccine producers. 

I love it....the Thai govt merely had some "issues" with its vaccine administration early on.    If what has occurred with the Thai vaccine program is classified as merely an issue I would hate to see what a problem looks like....or what a disaster looks like.

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1 hour ago, drenddy said:

Sorry to say, but thais really deserve their fate.We announce, we will do, next year.

 

Politicians are a ressemblance of a nation.

It's funny.  A lot of foreigners somehow take a view that only government, bureaucrats, police, army, hi-so, teachers, etc., display any of the corrupt, elitist, deceptive features of Thai society, while there is a huge group of "innocent" Thais who have nothing to do with it.

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