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Thailand’s PM Prayut Chan-o-cha is postponing his inaugural Covid‐19 vaccination citing paperwork issues with the AstraZeneca vaccine shipment. According to Khaosod English, the vaccine shipment was sent to Thailand last Wednesday from South Korea, but was missing the additional required paperwork.

Prayut was supposed to receive the vaccine tomorrow, but the highly‐publicised event will not be happening. According to Khaosod English, an official at the Secretariat of the Prime Minister has also confirmed the news of the postponement without citing a reason.

Although the Sinovac vaccine is also being administered in Thailand, healthcare officials say Prayut is too old to receive it as its age limit is 60. Prayut is 66 years old, which is well over the oldest age that can receive the vaccine.

The Sinovac vaccine drive is set to commence on Monday, 2 weeks behind schedule. Those frontline health workers, hospitality workers and vulnerable groups will receive the vaccines first.

Meanwhile, Phuket is waiting for the green light to start administering vaccines and has already held a vaccine administration rehearsal overseen by Phuket Vice Governor Pichet Panapong along with other health officials.

Pichet says the first vaccine round of 4,000 doses should arrive early in March, with the 2nd and 3rd set of doses, 16,000 and 48,000 respectively, to arrive in April and May.

The government pandemic center reported 72 new confirmed infections on Friday, after first only reporting 45 new cases. 37 of those cases were locally-transmitted, and one 6 year old Thai girl returning from the UK was found to have tested positive for the virus. Samut Sakhon, again, reported over half of the new cases yesterday, as it remains the epicentre of Thailand’s second wave of the coronavirus outbreak.

The total virus tally in Thailand sits at 25,764, with 83 fatalities. The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration has not yet announced the amount of new cases for today.

There is no word yet on when PM Prayut will be rescheduled to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine.

SOURCE: Khaosod English

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    Jim Kelly

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 12:28 pm

    Well, well….now there’s a surprise… NOT!! IT’S ALMOST LIKE THESE GOVERMENTS WANT TO PROLONG THE COVID CRISIS FOR AS LONG AS POSSIBLE!!!! ANY OLD EXCUSE TO DELAY THINGS!!!!!
    Like I have always maintained, the corona virus is nothing more than a “tool” for the rich and powerful to regain control of the planet’s population!!! NOTHING MORE!!!!

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    Stardust

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 12:29 pm

    In Singapore they started the roll out with Pfizer and Moderna. These got the approval from the Singapore institutes after apply and approval starting in december. Sinovac has no approval and Singapore is wondering why China made a shipment to Singapore before a aprival and also wothout suffient datas for a apply. They will sent it back. In Thailamd they made a approval in 3 days? Sure sure. Not wondering why pfizer and moderna woth aproved trials and data disclosured needed again 3 month approval in Singapore til the roll out. Til today there is no suffient datas or data disclosure from Sinovac and everybody waiting. Which liable and serious doctor and scientist would give on that condition green light?!

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    Slugger

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 12:39 pm

    Someone’s got paranoia badly.

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    Jim Kelly

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 12:42 pm

    The longer all this is delayed will mean the Thai economy will free fall into the abyss without a parachute to save it! All the discussions about tourism recovery and sales recovery are totally meaningless! More interesting would be the stats for bankruptcy, defaults, repossessions and suicides!!

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    Alexandra

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    The vaccine is being held up because of paper work? WTF? They could have easily waivered the silly paperwork just to start the vaccination asap. But there is something else going on. Some one didn’t get the money deposited to their secret account yet, therefore it’s being held.

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    disgusted `

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 1:34 pm

    Well there is a surprise….not.
    The ;longer that this is allowed to go untreated the longer it will be before Thailand can open up again so all the people will suffer longer because these people in charge can’t pull their heads out of their backsides and do what is right.
    Thailand is always the last to do anything, maybe it is because they just want to make money from it as they never tell you how much they are going to rip you off for the vaccine and always that it will be soon.
    Useless.

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    Glenn

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 1:45 pm

    The Astrazenica vax (gene therapy) “delivers genetic instructions to human cells to make the spike protein jutting out from the new coronavirus’s surface”.

    A nice way of saying it is a variant of gene manipulation ‘similar’ to others without admitting directly that it modifies the human genome.

    Maybe Uncle read up on this stuff and decided not to be the national guinea pig / human test subject.

    NOBODY needs a vax for a flu that has a worldwide fatality rate of 0.032% and 0.0001% in Thailand.

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    PaulC

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 1:50 pm

    Well if he not want it then I will have it!!!

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    Slugger

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 1:54 pm

    Hope you’re a happy vegetable when the virus catches up with you.

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    Jesus Monroe

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 2:01 pm

    Does he know something about them vaccines that the people don’t?

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    Stardust

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 2:34 pm

    @slugger I think you never see a school from inside or you are a empty head. How you want to make a approval for any medicine or vaccine without suffient datas or disclosure of dates. You are not only a troll you are a stupid troll! By the way this was the normal process for pfizer, biontech and other vaccines!

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    Robert Bunker

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 2:40 pm

    Rapidly degenerating into a Carry On film without the laughs.

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    Geoff

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 3:50 pm

    Judging by some of the comments here – somebody’s left that door open again!

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    Geoff

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 4:00 pm

    To coin a phrase – “it’s a virus Jim, but not as we know it”.

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    Toby Andrews

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 4:24 pm

    Great organisation Thailand.
    You finally have the vaccines but you do not use them.
    What happened, did some go missing en route, and you are having a recount?

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    luca

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 4:32 pm

    the italian drug authority has approved the astra zeneca vaccine for people aged 18 to 65, the chinese vaccine has not been approved by any regulatory authority of democratic countries, only dictatorships are using it and of course there is no data trustworthy audiences, I think the dictator of Thailand who is over 65 would like to take a Pfizer or Moderna shot and is making this skit to do it in secret

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    Gosport

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 5:26 pm

    That is great, correct procedures must be followed for the safety of people.

    Well done

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    Nipral

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 6:16 pm

    ?????????????

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    Ian

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 8:46 pm

    What a shambles you seriously couldn’t make up this stuff each day it’s like one big comedy day after day but the poor Thai people are crying not laughing

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    James Pate

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 8:59 pm

    They could’ve handled this much better by giving Prayut a shot of anything for the camera as scheduled and then just give him the real one later when the paperwork is sorted.(If that’s the real reason for the delay.)

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    James R

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 10:25 pm

    I have had my fist vaccine in the UK, my son had his six weeks ago as a medical worker as did my wife.

    We are all ok, no problems.

    Perhaps there was no vaccine as usual delivered to Thailand and the paperwork problems is all made up to cover it up.

    In any case a country like Thailand needs 100 million doses, not a few thousand as they are supposed to be receiving.

    It is good the Thais are taking this seriously and wearing masks etc, the few crazy farangs who state the virus is a hoax on this blog are very few.

    Thank god most of us are not crazy.

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    EdwardV

    Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 10:45 pm

    The PR is horrible. From controlling the outbreak better than just about any country, to botching the vaccine purchase and now this three ring circus. First he was suppose to get the Chinese vaccine (which I fully understand him not wanting to take), to then the night before re-scheduled to get the AZ instead. The reason was a previously unknown lack of data for those over 60. Now another previous unknown lack of paperwork for AZ. I sure hope the public vaccination roll out goes better.

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    Issan John

    Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 12:32 am

    Agreed, Ed V, appallingly badly handled PR.

    Assuming previous widespread reports which mentioned it in passing are correct. the “paperwork” wasn’t “approved”, because the AZ approval specifies the point of origin / manufacture and so far that hasn’t included S Korea.

    If correct (IF), all perfectly legitimate and understandable, but unbelievably badly handled PR – way beyond “horrible”.

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    Issan John

    Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 12:43 am

    “Singapore is wondering why China made a shipment to Singapore before a aprival and also wothout suffient datas for a apply”

    What absolute rubbish, Stardust. Sinovac made the shipment because that was what was agreed under the advance purchase agreement with Singapore, announced publicly and confirmed by the Singapore government over two months ago.

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    London Al

    Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 3:19 am

    Sinovac has an age limit of 60???? Now we’ve reached even higher levels of absurdity, firstly the vaccine surely doesn’t recognise something as specific as an exact age limit, and secondly the over 60s are the very people who need a vaccine most, common sense tells me it works perfectly well on everyone and this is more scientific backside covering.

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    Issan John

    Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 10:22 am

    No, London AI, age limits are perfectly normal unless covered in Ph3 trials – that’s why AZ, Pfizer, Moderna and nearly all others so far have a lower age limit of 18 (some 16) until the Ph3 trials are complete for those age groups, and some still have upper age limits in some countries (AZ in Poland, amongst others, for example).

    Sinovac’s Ph3 trials on over 60’s were made in Brazil and Chile, IIRC, but the numbers were limited (600 in each IIRC) so accepted by some countries but not others. Some see 600 as only Ph2, others are happy to see them as Ph3, others are happy to include Ph3 as part of Ph4.

    It’s up to each country, even within the EU where some have set different rules – some easier, some stricter.

    Sinovac’s Ph3 trials for over 60’s were

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    Toby Andrews

    Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 10:47 am

    The picture above shows PM Prayut Dictator number one, watching a plane load of Chinese tourists flying over Bangkok to friendlier destinations.

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    Issan John

    Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 2:16 pm

    Incongruous, at best, naming anyone “… number one” as this was a well known Khmer Rouge term.

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    Stardust

    Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 6:25 pm

    @ issan john your garbage again!As usual you are spreading fake news and liar as usual. Singapore made the roll out of moderna and pfizer since february 15th. There is no approval or roll out from Sinovac! Thaiger should notice that you are a fake news spreader and spreading cccp propaganda. By the way Thaiger is a Singapore company and our office is also in Singapore. We well notice you permanent fake news spreading here in this comments! Mr 50 cents keyboard army!

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    Daniel Verex

    Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 7:07 pm

    Perhaps the Thai’s are in consultation with the confused leaders of Europe. Macron and Merkel….

    There are plenty of people around the world that would be grateful for any vaccine… I hope no vaccine goes to waste….

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    London Al

    Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 7:12 pm

    John I realise they haven’t trialled fully with the over 60s and I understand why they would be more cautious with the very young, what I was trying to do is point out the absurdity of it all, it’s ridiculous to allow a 59 year old to have the vaccine but not a 60 year old, let’s see what happens in the trials, I’d put my house on it being just as effective for older people.

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    Yan

    Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 8:14 pm

    This is the purest bullshit…again…Prayut just doesn’t want to take the Chinese worthless vaccine….And the fake news goes on…

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    Anh Lam

    Monday, March 1, 2021 at 1:54 am

    So BP did a big Photo Shoot with PM Pyut Baby face crying “Mommy” when he got his shot? You tell us was it actually the vaccine or just a plazibo?
    BP or any other ew coverage is responsible to report facts not fiction. People deciving people.

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    S2K

    Monday, March 1, 2021 at 1:27 pm

    @Glenn none of the vaccines alter your DNA…
    You do know that you can be arrested in Thailand, for posting false information about the vaccines, right?

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    S2K

    Monday, March 1, 2021 at 2:07 pm

    @Anh Lam, this is not BP. This is TheThaiger.

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PHOTO: 3 million Covid-19 deaths recorded around the world.

Today marks a grim milestone as the Covid-19 pandemic officially crosses 3 million deaths around the world, with outbreaks still surging in various parts of the world. Over a year into the pandemic, and we are currently seeing over 700,000 new infections and 12,000 deaths per day, with Brazil, India, and France facing growing crises.

The 3 million figure reflects official numbers, though many suspect that real totals could be much higher, pointing at government conspiracies and early deaths that were not attributed to Covid-19 when little was known about the novel coronavirus in the early days.

Still, the official number is overwhelming enough – equal to the population of Kyiv, Ukraine, or the state of Arkansas in the US, and larger than world cities like Lisbon, Caracas, Dubai, Manchester or Chicago. Imagine nearly one-third of the people in Bangkok wiped out, or the entire nation of Armenia or Jamaica.

Following a steep decline in both new infections and deaths at the start of this year, the graph is again in an upward trajectory, both in terms of new cases and deaths from Covid.

Grim milestone: 3 million Covid-19 deaths worldwide | News by ThaigerThe World Health Organisation laments the dire condition of the world dealing with the pandemic after 16 months and so many opportunities to prevent the spread with basic safety precautions. Brazil has spiralled out of control, racking up 3,000 deaths a day, nearly 25% of all the Covid-19 deaths in the world in the past few weeks. New variants have been spreading like wildfire throughout Brazil as more dangerous strains have wriggled their way into countries around the world.

In India, the distribution of vaccines has been thwarted by swelling Covid-19 outbreaks and deaths. In New Dehli, 13,000 infections were reported in a day amongst the 29 million residents, but the city only has 178 ventilators available as of Wednesday.

Only 1.1% of the Indian populations has been vaccinated, and officials faced criticism of their vaccine exports while so many need jabs domestically. In Thailand, the percentage of people vaccinated is even lower.

700 million vaccines have been distributed worldwide, but they have been shipped disproportionately to the wealthier populations throughout the world. In rich countries, 1 in 4 people have been vaccinated, while in poor countries that number is less than 1 in 500. In fact, 87% of the vaccines distributed worldwide have been to wealthy nations, and the delays in India due to increasing Covid-19 deaths will not help close that gap for many months to come.

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Thai Hotel Association pushes “hospitels” – hotels as hospitals

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FILE PHOTO: Artist rendering of a "hospitel" - a hotel converted to a hospital.

With the third wave of Covid-19 ripping through Thailand, hospitals are rapidly filling up and the Thai Hotels Association has proposed “hospitels” as a creative solution. The portmanteau of “hospital” and “hotel” is the THA’s brainchild for creating more space for the growing number of Covid-19 infections that require treatment or at least observation as Thailand hits record daily case numbers. The idea of turning hotels into temporary hospitals was promoted by association president Marisa Sukosol Nunbhakdi this week.

“The move aims to reduce crowdedness at hospitals and promote continuous care for Covid-19 patients after new cases increased rapidly since late March.”

23 hotels have already registered to be hospitals, with 2,000 patients currently receiving treatment in the 4,900 available beds. The Ministry of Public Health laid out guidelines for hotels interested in participating. Hotels must have a minimum of 30 rooms and pass the alternative state quarantine evaluation. The ASQ-approved properties must have evidence of acknowledgement by the surrounding community to confirm their validity and eligibility. The hotel must be able and willing to take care of hospitalised patients for 5 to 7 days, even with no signs of symptom progression. Conversely, patients checking in must agree to stay in the hotel and be relatively self-sufficient.

Strict medical requirements must be met as well. Each patient must be provided with their own digital thermometer and pulse oximeter, and a portable x-ray machine must be available. The hotels must be staffed like hospitals, with at least one doctor, a clinical psychologist, a pharmacist, a radiologist, and an infection control nurse. There must also be one nurse per every 20 patients staying at the property.

This proposed solution might provide a welcomed supplement to the rudimentary field hospitals the Thai army has been hastily building to accommodate the influx of newly infected patients. While the quick work is commendable, some have hypothesized that at-risk foreigners may be ignoring calls to come forward for Covid-19 testing in part because being diagnosed may land them in these less-than-posh field hospitals for days on end. A more comfortable “hospitel” would allow infected foreigners to be treated in more pleasant surroundings thus encouraging them to come forward for testing.

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Bangkok is now a red zone. Government gives people today to get back from Songkran break.

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…. before the next round of restrictions come into force at midnight tonight.

Bangkok and 17 other Thai provinces (there are 77 in total) are now declared maximum control areas. These “red zones” are the feature of the Thai Government’s new restrictions to get a grip on its rising Covid infection numbers since the start of April. The restrictions will last for at least 14 days.

From tonight, at midnight, some new restrictions are in force, not only in the red zones but every where else.

Think nightlife, think gatherings of more than 50 people, think restaurants. These are the area the government has generally targeted. The CCSA spokesperson yesterday, and the Thai PM Prayut Chan-o-cha, went out of their way to portray the new restrictions as NOT curfews and NOT lockdowns. But, if you live in a red zone province, including Bangkok, then the new set of restrictions are a lockdown in just about every sense without outright telling people to stay at home.

Everything will have to be closed from 11pm – 4am in the morning, including all convenience stores. Hope you’ve paid your Netflix subscription!

The government is also advising businesses in Bangkok, and other red zone provinces, to allow employees to work from home, or have adequate precautions in place if they need to work in the offices.

Unlike the last two outbreaks of Covid within Thailand, this cluster has emerged from the indulgences of Bangkok’s hi-sos, celebrity and look-at-me culture. The trendy clubs around Thong Lor and Ekkamai are the destination for people that want, or need, to be seen, including some politicians who have either ended up infected or knew someone in the club and pub scene and have had to self-isolate.

The late evening sojourns, with nary a care for masks or social distancing, small spaces, lots of people… it has proven the perfect breeding ground for a new Covid cluster.

Bangkok’s legendary shopping centres and community malls will have to shut their doors by 9pm, a situation now across the board for all Thai shopping centres including places like your local Tesco mall.

But convenience stores, supermarkets, community markets can stay open until 11pm.

At this stage people are being advised not to travel to Bangkok, or any other red zone province, for the next 2 week (after midnight tonight). The travel advisory isn’t an order at this stage, more of a hurry-up-and-get-back-from-your-holidays request.

Last weekend saw the mass exodus out of the city. The same return from the provinces is happening today and tomorrow. Even though the official Songkran holiday ran from Tuesday to Thursday this week, plenty of people have take the Mondays and Friday off last week to end up with an extended 9 day holiday. The government was hoping the longer Songkran break would be a boon for the shattered hospitality and tourism businesses. But last weekends sudden climb of new Covid infections caused some people to cancel or postpone their bookings.

The annual Songkran road toll, usually a national disgrace, was cut by over 50% this year due to the lack of traffic and people deciding to wait it out and catch up with their families later.

Thailand recorded 1,547 new infections around Thailand today, a slight drop from yesterdays’ 1,585 reported new cases. But the last 4 days have revealed the largest list of daily infections since the first case was detected in Thailand on January 13 last year, a 61 year old Chinese passenger on a flight from Wuhan to Suvarnabhumi – the first known case of the novel coronavirus outside of China.

2 leading police from the Thong Lor police station have already been sidelined into inactive posts, a face-saving measure to show the government were being pro-active in reacting to the sloppy enforcement (or non-existent enforcement) of Covid precautions in the district’s active nightlife. Officials are also tracking down the owners of the nightclubs and bars for potential prosecution, principally around Bangkok and in Phuket where parties, promoted and run by a group called ‘Kolour’ ended up becoming Covid spreader events.

Here’s a list of the red zone provinces.

1. Bangkok
2. Chiang Mai
3. Chon Buri
4. Samut Prakan
5. Prachuap Khiri Kan
6. Samut Sakhon
7. Pathum Thani
8. Nakhon Pathom
9. Phuket
10. Nakhon Ratchasima
11. Nonthaburi
12. Songkhla
13. Tak
14. Udon Thani
15. Suphanburi
16. Sa Kaeo
17. Rayong
18. Khon Kaen

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