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Social distancing at it's finest. Or is it just a bad camera angle? 😀  

What a mess.   The prince would be rolling over in his grave if he hadn't been creamated.   Celebrating mass booster shots when the majority of the country hasn't even received t

.   Whatta coincidence.....   Exactly what he said last year!

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11 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The Minister of Public Health says he is confident the COVID-19 situation will be better next year,

No prizes for that guess.

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The booster shot rollout is now available to those who were fully vaccinated with two doses of Sinovac vaccine in March-May this year. A shot of AstraZeneca vaccine is being offered as the third dose for this group.

 

The booster shot rollout is aimed at addressing the insufficient level of immune protection

Is there a contradiction here?

Anutan is still saying people WILL BE GETTING Sinocvac as a 1st jab through October, I assume he has to get rid of the 9 mill shots he has just bought and received a "spotters fee" for.

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8 hours ago, Albert Zweistein said:

Rollout ceremony ?

Trumpet fanfares / dancing girls / gigantic cheap nasty shiny plastic trophies / red plastic lino walkway  all the usual trappings.....

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12 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

specifically for those previously vaccinated with inactivated virus vaccines

Dont even want to name the vaccine anymore, after having stated it was all bullet proof last year.

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So in effect he has said nothing that we didn't already know and he just fancied a few sound bytes to go with the photo opportunity.

 

Let's all prepare for the excuses for Covid22.

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2 hours ago, sucit said:

Scandinavian countries lifting all covid regulations (not all countries). No distancing, no masks. Nothing.

 

What are we gonna do when the results start coming in and the apocalypse does not take place there as these regulations are lifted? Will we be sane and follow suit? I hope so. Doubt it though. 

Yep it will all workout with them saving vaccine by jabbing it under the skin like a TB test.

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1. So, he's given up on this year?

 

2. Very imprecise as to in what way "better", and more precisely when "next year".

 

3. I wish they'd stop making predictions (including meaningless ones like this one), and get on with his present job: vaxing the population.

 

4. Too much here of issuing a quirky press release - that leaves us scratching our heads - then off to lunch.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Robert Tyrrell said:

Hello ,

Great to roll out booster shots 🙂 But how do you do booster shots when less then 25% of Thailand’s population is fully vaccinated to begin with !!?? 
Makes ABSOLUTELY NO COMMON SENSE!! 

People in rural provinces don’t count. C’mon, get with the program.

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Just now, wensiensheng said:

People in rural provinces don’t count. C’mon, get with the program.

People (Farangs) that I know in the rural provinces have just had an AZ booster.

 

 

They will get another in December.

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9 hours ago, HeijoshinCool said:

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Whatta coincidence.....

 

Exactly what he said last year!

Hes drawing on his decades of medical training and experience

 

9 hours ago, HeijoshinCool said:

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Whatta coincidence.....

 

Exactly what he said last year!

He's drawing on his decades of medical training and experience to make such calculated predictions. (I was half expecting the usual "and we estimate this will generate zillions of billions of baht for the economy")

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