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Bang Sue Grand Station will begin the rollout of Thailand’s booster shot program, a third vaccine to bolster the effectiveness of those that received 2 Sinovac vaccines previously. The director of the Bang Sue central vaccination centre confirmed the rollout will begin at 11 am tomorrow. The first round of injections will be for 150,000 people who initially were vaccinated against Covid-19 between March and May at the Bang Sue centre with two doses of the Chinese-made Sinovac vaccine that is less effective against the Delta variant of the virus now found in the majority of infections in Thailand. In total […]

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51 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

... two doses of the Chinese-made Sinovac vaccine that is less effective against the Delta variant of the virus now found in the majority of infections in Thailand.

"... less effective ..."

That's a bit like saying I'd have been less effective in the England squad than David Beckham ...

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Less effective so a third shot will not help either, because the vaccine Sinovac is just not powerful enough to fight at all against the Delta variant, so is useless is like taking 5 tablets of SARA against dengue fever... it does not work, period!!!

they printing all these words in your head 'BOOSTER SHOT' to make you think it helps, is nonsense, they simply need to get rid of these vaccines that they ordered to much. And give people 'fake' hope.. what is against the emergency degree, correct? Yayaya

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I hope that it is not a rerun mess that the last one was. Disorganized and another avenue for more people to contract the disease during lockdown. Booster shots are questionable.

Last week I had my second blessed jab of Pfizer at Siam Paragon and it was efficient and orderly. I hope that Bang Sue can follow suit.

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14 minutes ago, mickkotlarski said:

I hope that it is not a rerun mess that the last one was. Disorganized and another avenue for more people to contract the disease during lockdown. Booster shots are questionable.

Last week I had my second blessed jab of Pfizer at Siam Paragon and it was efficient and orderly. I hope that Bang Sue can follow suit.

But Kh Anutin claimed it was not haphazard as you described, rather just the camera angles 😂

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1 hour ago, mickkotlarski said:

I hope that it is not a rerun mess that the last one was. Disorganized and another avenue for more people to contract the disease during lockdown. Booster shots are questionable.

Last week I had my second blessed jab of Pfizer at Siam Paragon and it was efficient and orderly. I hope that Bang Sue can follow suit.

 

 

I would describe my experience at Bang Sue as 'organised chaos'.  Saying it was disorganised discredits then when, quite frankly, handling 20,000+ people is not easy.  I think the 'walk in' concept was always going to create havoc......... vaccinating by appointment only at least controls the numbers.

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