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An official from the Bangkok Metropolitan Association says foreigners may face a slight delay in receiving their Covid-19 vaccines. Panruedee Manomaipiboon, director of the BMA’s health department says while the Health Ministry aims to vaccinate everyone living in Thailand, foreigners may have to wait until August. “As I have said before, the Health Ministry plans to vaccinate Thais first. We will try our best to vaccinate Thais within 2 months, namely June and July, and then try to open foreign resident registration in August.” Panruedee stresses that the government still intends to vaccinate everyone living in the Kingdom, regardless of […]

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Pretty much, the whole process is delayed, even for Thais. I don't believe expats will receive their first jab this year. More likely it will be next year. 

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2021 really isnt going the way we'd hoped it would!! such optimism coming into the year.

Seems like the West is learning / planning to live it with vaccines flying out, whilst Asia opting to just keep boarders closed with an endless battle to contain it

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